The weeks go by and we realize we are in the process of learning every day, as Elder Horlacher has said, our understanding is growing. This last week I have realized how important the prophets are in our individual lives, those from the Bible as well as those today. Ezra Taft Benson has said, Learn to keep your eye on the prophet. He is the Lords mouthpiece and the only man who can speak for the Lord today. The most important prophet, as far as we should be concerned, is the one who is living today. He will tell us what we need to know, not always what we want to hear. How we respond to the words of a living prophet when he tells us what we need to know, is a test of our faithfulness. I am seeing this everyday, in myself as well as the people we meet. If we do what the prophet asks and it is wrong and we do it we will be blessed. It is our faith that will carry us through.
We have had a great two weeks since we have written. We have run into Tom and Judy Simper, from Cedar City, Brian Golding and his wife, from Orderville, and Jamie Spencer and her son Mitch, from Glendale. How fun. We have preformed our vinnet several times now, and last Thursday we had the BYU Dancers at our show and during our vinnet they kept shouting, take him with you, Elder Horlacher plays Jed, a non-member who has fallen in love with Anne, Sister Horlacher, who is a member and is leaving Nauvoo with the Saints, He has ask her to marry him, but she thinks because he is not a believer they wouldn't make it. Jed wants to go west with Anne, but she is afraid to let him come. It was a fun evening.
We love you and pray for each of you, thanks for your love and support.