Sister Whittaker’s Second Week at the MTC
June 5, 2014
This week has been difficult, but it’s been an amazing learning experience. I have never prayed more to the Lord and relied on the spirit than ever before. You definitely learn humility learning a different language. The language is coming along slow but I am so blessed to have a district who is getting the language down and can help me anytime. We have all become best friends and my zone couldn’t be better.
I love my Hungarian teachers. We have Sister Skiba – who is an absolute sweetheart and always has a smile on her face. This week we got a new teacher, Brother Runnells.. what a stud! Him and I were both mighty bruins at Mountain View high school so we have a lot in common.
After our amazing devotional on Sunday, they have a selection of church movies you can choose from. This week we decided to venture out and go to the movie called, “Legacy.” (I got to sit by my best friend, Hermana Dalrymple, I love her so much). The movie is a historical film that follows a pioneer family who were members of the church. Well, a few scenes involved kissing and I don’t think I’ve heard a crowd louder before. The missionaries were going wild.
The highlight of my week was probably going to the temple this morning. What an amazing experience. My companions and I decided to do initiatories and once I recieved the names I’d be doing work for, I looked to see where they were from and they were ALL from Hungary! How incredible is that!? The spirit and the love I felt was extrodinary and I hope someday I’ll run into their families and teach them the gospel
I know that Heavenly Father loves you and I. He is on your right and on your left just waiting for you to knock. Thank you all for your love and support. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers.
I have found that in life, you can’t do anything on your own..but with the Lord, anything is possible. You just need to have faith!
7 more weeks to go!
Love you all!
Love, Whittaker Nover!
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