Saturday, March 7, 2015

August 08 2014

Date: Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 1:29 PM

Well, its time to finally write my last email as a missionary! I am not sure if we will have any time next week to write so ill just make this one count. I jsut want to say that I am so proud to have served the lord as a missionary, I am very happy and eternally greateful for my mission. It has changed, edified, taught, and built me into the man the lord wanted me to become. I still have much to learn but I feel that my learning and progress skyrocketed here in the mission. It is amazing and humbling to look back and see the changes he has made in me. I am very excited and optimistic for the future and cant wait to see you all. I hope all is well, I pray for you daily and I know it will be a very bitter sweet moment leaving my chilean home and family to reunite with my other family. I love you all so much and wish I could repay you for all you have done for me, for your prayers, letters, emails, packages, and support- I am eternally greatful for each of you. I couldnt have done it without you. It looks like the lord is ready for me to go home, but I will always be his missionary, and I will always carry a plaque in my heart with his name on it. I am thankful to have seen so many miracles and to have witnessed the lords tender mercies for the people he loves so much here. I am also proud to say that I am finishing strong, each week they ask us to do 140 contacts as a companionship which can be hard to do, this last week we did 201 contacts and we found 10 new investigators-what blessings. well, I love you all, and I will see you very soon. Take care, and pray for my father along with me please.

Until we meet again...

Elder Roberts

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