Sunday, July 26, 2015

Another great Preparation Day, filled with the spirit and great blessings.

Yigo Ward Baptism Service

Waiting for the meeting to start...

You've got to love those little children that always sit down up by the baptismal font glass.

Sister Bulewa must like her picture taken

Two weeks ago, the young woman to the right (below), gave the prayer at her sister's baptism. We posted that event on our blog a couple of weeks ago. This time, the sister who was baptized a couple of weeks ago, gave the baptism talk just before her father, mother and two of her sisters (pictured below) were baptized. An amazing family, an amazing experience for all who attended.

Our hearts burned with the peaceful feeling of the spirit confirming the truth of the ordinances performed. How could anyone doubt? This reminded me of the wonderful story of the disciples seeing the risen Lord Jesus Christ on the road to Emmaus in...
Luke 24:31-32 
And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight.And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures? 

Watch the Bible Video Link...Christ-appears-on-the-road-to-Emmaus
Four family members briefed on the basics for baptism by immersion

Dededo Ward Baptism Service

Sister Rock - pictured right

Elder Tafuna and Elder Taule'alo

Posing for a picture with the new member and others. Another wonderful baptism. So many who attended were strengthened and blessed.

Missionaries Front - Sister Talakai, Elder Taule'alo, Back - Elder Roberts, Elder Soriano, Sister Muamoholeva

Went for a nice walk to see the beautiful sunset. We met up with Elder and Sister Thomas, Elder and Sister Hamilton, and after the Sunset, Elder and Sister Guercio joined us. 

For us, it was the first time on Guam that the cloud cover was not covering the horizon where the ocean meets the sky, at the point where the sun sets.

We watched for the "Greenish Flash". There was definitely a change but it was hard to see the green.

Just before the "Flash"

During the "Flash"

Close-up of the Green Flash

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