Monday, February 23, 2015

For the first time since I got here, it actually feels like winter. Greetings from the winter wonderland otherwise known as Ceder City. Fun fact: 2 feet of snow on the windshield can really mess up your windshield wipers. Elder Gordy and I were out driving this morning. We stopped at an intersection, and all of the snow that was on the roof slid down on the windshield; not conducive to a pleasant driving experience. Anyway, things are going well here. We were stuck in the apartment all day yesterday, because Elder Gordy was sick. I have never gotten cabin fever so quickly. By the end of the day... well, lets just say that I had Elder Gordy worried.
It is amazing to look back on the last week. Often times, miracles can only be seen in hindsight. This has certainly been the case this past week. I can testify that the Lord has been walking with us on this road, and we knew Him not. Sometimes it isnt until the end of the day, and you are looking back that you can see the hand of the Lord in your life. There have been many times that we have been cancelled on, or the people were not home, and our last minute change of plans resulted in the opportunity to serve, bless, or testify. I feel like one of the laborers in the field, called at the eleventh hour, and receiving for my labors a wage equal to laborers far greater than I. As we do the work allotted to us, and put forth our best effort, then the Lord will be walking with us. Then, it our duty to recognize Him. 
Until next week. And be careful on the roads out there.
Elder Miller

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