Monday, December 30, 2013
Monday, December 23, 2013
Monday, December 16, 2013
Monday, December 9, 2013
Monday, December 2, 2013
I am grateful for:
- My calling and setting apart as a missionary.
- My Companion (It would be impossible to be a missionary without one)
- My Mission President and his Wife. They are the BEST!
- My Sector. Izcuchaca. Being here has been one of the most trying experiences of my life, but I have learned so much.
- My Savior Jesus Christ.
- My loving Heavenly Father.
- Living Prophets and Apostles
- The Restored Church
- My Investigators.
- A Hot Shower.
- Food :)
- The Support of my Family
- The Things I´ve learned in the Mission
- That I am Literate
- For an education
- For Modern Technology (So that I can Write and receive emails :)
Monday, November 25, 2013
Monday, November 18, 2013
Monday, November 11, 2013
- 8- Guinea Pig
- 9- Sister Elsa Killing a Guinea Pig
- 10- Guinea Pig
- 11&12- Three dead Guinea Pigs
- 13-16- Taking off the hair.
Monday, November 4, 2013
Monday, October 28, 2013
This week has been a little hard because of the hardness of the people in Izcuchaca. The people are very hard-hearted, and that can be really hard as a missionary. Sometimes I wonder: "Why don´t they understand that I´m hear to help make them happy? Why can´t they realize the importance of our message?" Sometimes I feel like Nephi when he said:
"...For I pray continually for them by day, and mine eyes water my pillow by night, because of them; and I cry unto my God in faith, and I know that he will hear my cry." (2 Nephi 33:3)
"Now when Alma saw this his heart was grieved; for he saw that they were a wicked and a perverse people [...]
And he lifted up his voice to heaven, and cried, saying: O, how long, O Lord, wilt thou suffer that thy servants shall dwell here below in the flesh, to behold such gross wickedness among the children of men? [...]
O Lord God, how long wilt thou suffer that such wickedness and infidelity shall be among this people? O Lord, wilt thou give me strength, that I may bear with mine infirmities. For I am infirm, and such wickedness among this people doth pain my soul.
O Lord, my heart is exceedingly sorrowful; wilt thou comfort my soul in Christ. O Lord, wilt thou grant unto me that I may have strength, that I may suffer with patience these afflictions which shall come upon me, because of the iniquity of this people.
O Lord, wilt thou comfort my soul, and give unto me success, and also my fellow laborers who are with me [...] yea, even all these wilt thou comfort, O Lord. Yea, wilt thou comfort their souls in Christ.
It is a constant struggle, but I´m learning a lot every single day, and that is what´s important. I love you All!!
Oh, This week I also was caught in the biggest rain storm I´ve ever been in in my life! We didn´t even Have coats on because it was hot outside, but weather here in Perú changes even faster than it does in Wyoming (believe it or not). It started to pour! We ran to our apartement and were apsolutely soaked in less than a minute. It was litteraly like somebody was pouring a bucket of water on Izcuchaca. It was a lot of fun.
Elder Jacob M. Harmon
PS: I got the letters that you sent during conference! Thanks a lot. I will respond soon
Photos: This isn´t the day of the big rainstorm, but it is still cool.