Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Week 101 Temples

This week went very well, we were busy helping wrap up the final lessons and Samantha's interview. We also had a departing missionary temple trip, which was a wonderful experience. The Baptism was great, her father had the chance to baptize her which was awesome.


Temples are a vital part of the plan of salvation, with out the temple many of our ancestors would be lost. Those who have passed on would not have the opportunity to have the ordinances necessary to enter our fathers kingdom.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Week 100 Repentance is positive

Well this week was a good one. As far as I know the fire is contained, in the canyon. We have been working on getting the baptism for Samantha all finished up. We went out with Rotherham Egin for our ward visits, which went very well. Also our president interviews for this transfer happened. We mainly discussed my plans for my return home, a sort of premium final interview. Sam and her Dad came to church on Sunday which was good. We are still trying to see if Sam and her brother will get baptized or it will just be Sam before Saturday. 

Repentance is positive 

There was a great talk about repentance being a positive thing. Our missionary purpose revolves around the gospel of Jesus Christ. We help those we encounter build their faith in Jesus Christ through reading scriptures, praying and church attendance. As those that we teach and help to build faith they then begin to change. That change is them being converted to that gospel. They begin to keep commitments and change or repent willfully. Those who are really converted become humble wanting to submit to the Lord. This in turn brings them to repentance and helps them relieve burdens and brings joy. As they continue they soon are ready to enter that pathway of baptism or commitment to a Christ centered life. 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Week 98 & 99 Do you have a book?

It has been getting a little warm out here, woke up to find the sunlight dimmed by a large sky filled will smoke. We have a wild fire on the eastern side of the mission, right now not too much to worry about. 

The week went swell, we have been working on getting Samantha finished up and ready for her baptism this month. There is still some things to teach and arrange. The week had a few meetings, Elder Maynes came for a mission tour then stake conference. He looked familiar being in the priesthood session of General Conference. We helped a family in one of Elder Thomas previous wards, move out. There was a lot to move, but he got the meat out of their freezer. So we were happy to score quiet a bit of some prime Fila and other cuts. I found some great news also, I relocated a convert of mine. 

Do you have a book

So this week we got to hear from Elder Maynes twice, one of the stories he shared in both settings was about a man in South America. The man read this book and it talked about how the natives to the americas were visited by Christ. Through time he eventually lost that book. Time went on and people would come to his door and the question he would always ask was, do you have a book that teach about Christ in America. He went on for many years asking that question as he encountered people. The time came that missionaries were able to reach the area where he was, then the day came were he got a knock on the door. So the man asked his question, the missionaries I'm sure surprised said yes. The man invited them in and the whole family had the opportunity to be taught and to find that book once more.

As I come close to the end of my service I like to think about the great power of the Book of Mormon. It is the convincing evidence of the things that we teach as missionaries is true. Everyone has the promise from our father in heaven that he will answer you as you are diligent and truly seek that it is true. It is always great to see those that exercise that faith and find their answer to their humble prays. 

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Week 97 Prophets

Our week was fairly well. We had our meeting for departing missionaries, which is crazy. The Spanish missionaries finally called us back we are going to have a pass off meeting with them for Sam, which is great. We are helping those we see prepare for general conference.


This coming week we have the great opportunity to hear from living Prophets during general conference. It is a great occasion where we can hear what the Lord wants us to do and we can receive a lot of meaningful revelation. Prophets have always played a great role in our heavenly fathers plan. 
       As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we are blessed to be led by living prophets—inspired men called to speak for the Lord, just as Moses, Isaiah, Peter, Paul, Nephi, Mormon, and other prophets of the scriptures. We sustain the President of the Church as our prophet, seer, and revelator—the only person on the earth who receives revelation to guide the entire Church. We also sustain the counselors in the First Presidency and the members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles as prophets, seers, and revelators.
Like the prophets of old, prophets today testify of Jesus Christ and teach His gospel. They make known God’s will and true character. They speak boldly and clearly, denouncing sin and warning of its consequences. At times, they may be inspired to prophesy of future events for our benefit.
You can always trust the living prophets. Their teachings reflect the will of the Lord, who declared: “What I the Lord have spoken, I have spoken, and I excuse not myself; and though the heavens and the earth pass away, my word shall not pass away, but shall all be fulfilled, whether by mine own voice or by the voice of my servants, it is the same” (D&C 1:38).
Your greatest safety lies in strictly following the word of the Lord given through His prophets, particularly the current President of the Church. The Lord warns that those who ignore the words of the living prophets will fall (see D&C 1:14–16). He promises great blessings to those who follow the President of the Church:
“Thou shalt give heed unto all his words and commandments which he shall give unto you as he receiveth them, walking in all holiness before me;
“For his word ye shall receive, as if from mine own mouth, in all patience and faith.
“For by doing these things the gates of hell shall not prevail against you; yea, and the Lord God will disperse the powers of darkness from before you, and cause the heavens to shake for your good, and his name’s glory” (D&C 21:4–6).

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Week 96 Gratitude

We had a service filled this week. There were a few families moving in the ward which needed help. The end of the transfer came, Elder Thomas and I will continue to be companions to finish off our mission. The Priests in the ward have been really good with the ward visits and it has been going real well.


The Lord has promised, “He who receiveth all things with thankfulness shall be made glorious” (D&C 78:19). Gratitude is an uplifting, exalting attitude. You can probably say from experience that you are happier when you have gratitude in your heart. You cannot be bitter, resentful, or mean-spirited when you are grateful.

Be thankful for the wonderful blessings that are yours. Be grateful for the tremendous opportunities you have. Be thankful to your parents. Let them know of your gratitude. Thank your friends and your teachers. Express appreciation to everyone who does you a favor or assists you in any way.

Thank your Heavenly Father for His goodness to you. You can express your gratitude to God by acknowledging His hand in all things, thanking Him for all that He gives you, keeping His commandments, and serving others. Thank Him for His Beloved Son, Jesus Christ. Express thanks for the Savior’s great example, for His teachings, for His outreaching hand to lift and help, for His infinite Atonement.

Thank the Lord for His restored Church. Thank Him for all that it offers you. Thank Him for friends and family. Let a spirit of thanksgiving guide and bless your days and nights. Work at being grateful. You will find that it yields wonderful results.

Elder Caleb S Bailey

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Week 95 Spiritual Gifts

The week went pretty well. We were able to see a couple families that ended up coming to church. One family brought a friend of theirs that was visiting from Africa. Egnosio was also at church and we met with him and discussed the restoration with him. Brother Blood his roommate, sat in and was able to help him out a lot. We are hoping to work with him more often with his busy schedule.

Spiritual Gifts

   Spiritual gifts are blessings or abilities that are given by the power of the Holy Ghost. God gives at least one of these gifts to every faithful member of the Church. As you receive these gifts, they will strengthen and bless you individually and help you serve others. The scriptures teach of many gifts of the Spirit:
   *Knowledge “that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that he was crucified for the sins of the world” (D&C 46:13)
   *The capacity to believe the words of those who testify of Jesus Christ (D&C 46:14)
   *Knowledge of “the differences of administration” (D&C 46:15;1 Corinthians 12:5)
This gift is used in administering and leading the Church.
   *Knowledge of “the diversities of operations,” which helps us discern whether a teaching or influence comes from God or from some other source (D&C 46:16; 1 Corinthians 12:6–7)
   *The gift of “the word of wisdom” (1 Corinthians 12:8; D&C 46:17)
This does not refer to the law we know as the Word of Wisdom. Rather, it is the gift of wisdom—the ability to use knowledge in righteous ways.
   *The gift of “the word of knowledge” (1 Corinthians 12:8; D&C 46:18)
   *The ability to teach by the power of the Holy Ghost (Moroni 10:9–10; D&C 46:18)
   *The gift of faith (1 Corinthians 12:9; Moroni 10:11)
   *The gift “to have faith to be healed” (D&C 46:19)
   *The gift “to have faith to heal” (D&C 46:20; 1 Corinthians 12:9; Moroni 10:11)
   *“The working of miracles” (1 Corinthians 12:10; D&C 46:21; see also Moroni 10:12)
   *The gift of prophecy (1 Corinthians 12:10; Moroni 10:13) 
John the Beloved taught that “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” (Revelation 19:10)
   *“The beholding of angels and ministering spirits” (Moroni 10:14)
   *“Discerning of spirits” (1 Corinthians 12:10; D&C 46:23)
   *The gift to speak in different languages, or tongues ( 1 Corinthians 12:10; Moroni 10:15)
   *The gift of “the interpretation of tongues” (1 Corinthians 12:10; D&C 46:25)
   These spiritual gifts and others listed in the scriptures are only some examples of the many gifts of the Spirit. The Lord may bless you in other ways depending on your faithfulness and on your needs and the needs of those you serve. He has commanded us to work diligently so we can receive spiritual gifts:
“Beware lest ye are deceived; and that ye may not be deceived seek ye earnestly the best gifts, always remembering for what they are given;
“For verily I say unto you, they are given for the benefit of those who love me and keep all my commandments, and him that seeketh so to do; that all may be benefited that seek or that ask of me” (D&C 46:8–9)

Love Elder Caleb Bailey 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Week 94 Unity

We were able to have a pretty good week this week. We had some great team up visits with the ward members. President interviews also happened which were good also. Our discussion in district meeting was on working with goals to help us better achieve success in our efforts. It seems to be a repeating topic in our district meetings, maybe we just don't get it yet.

Unity is especially important in missionary work, but also in our lives. I have seen as a missionary not being unified with a companion just will not bring the full power of the spirit. I also have seen the great power that can be brought when you are. 


Just before the Savior carried out the Atonement, He prayed for His disciples, whom He had sent into the world to teach the gospel. He also prayed for those who would believe in Him because of His disciples’ words. He pled for unity: “That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me” (John 17:21).

From this prayer we learn how the gospel unites us with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and with each other. When we live the gospel, receiving the saving ordinances and keeping our covenants, our natures are changed. The Savior’s Atonement sanctifies us, and we can live in unity, enjoying peace in this life and preparing to dwell with the Father and His Son forever.

The Lord has said, “If ye are not one ye are not mine” (D&C 38:27). You can seek and promote this standard of unity in your family and in the Church. If you are married, you and your spouse can be unified in purpose and action. You can allow your unique qualities to complement one another as you face challenges together and grow in love and understanding. You can also be unified with other family members and with members of the Church by serving together, teaching one another, and encouraging one another. You can become one with the President of the Church and other Church leaders as you study their words and follow their counsel.

As the Church grows throughout the world, all Latter-day Saints can be united. Our hearts can be “knit together in unity and in love one towards another” (Mosiah 18:21). We appreciate cultural diversity and individual differences, but we also seek the “unity of the faith” that comes when we follow inspired leaders and remember that we are all children of the same Father (see Ephesians 4:3–6, 11–13). 
- True to the Faith 

Elder Caleb S. Bailey

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Week 93 Temples

We were able to have a great week this week. We were able to have a Temple Trip on Wednesday. Almost everyday we had someone call us to help them out moving something. The Spanish Elders in the area passed us Samantha a girl that is going to get baptized in our ward here soon. We are excited to work with her. 

Temples are literally houses of the Lord. They are holy places of worship where the Lord may visit. Only the home can compare with temples in sacredness.

Throughout history, the Lord has commanded His people to build temples. Today the Church is heeding the Lord’s call to build temples all over the world, making temple blessings more available for a great number of our Heavenly Father’s children.

Blessings from Attending the Temple

In addition to being a place where sacred priesthood ordinances are performed, the temple is a place of peace and revelation. When you are troubled or when crucial decisions weigh heavily on your mind, you may take your cares to the temple. There you can receive spiritual guidance.

Sometimes you may feel that you cannot think clearly because your mind is so burdened with problems and the many things clamoring for attention. In the temple, the dust of these distractions can settle, the fog and haze can lift, and you can understand things that you have not understood before. You can find new ways to deal with the challenges you face.

The Lord will bless you as you attend to the sacred ordinance work in the temple. And the blessings He gives you will not be limited to your time in the temple. He will bless you in all aspects of your life. Your labors in the temple will strengthen you and refine you spiritually.

- True to the faith 

Caleb S Bailey

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Week 92 Families

We had a great week this week we were able to have a shortened zone conference. We discussed service of those that we come in contact with and the great effect it can have on our efforts. One of the Priests in the ward came out with us for weekly team ups and we had a great time with that. He is getting ready for his mission and he wants to come out with us often. 

The central part of the plan of salvation is families, without them we would be lost. We come to this earth and receive our bodies to learn and gain experience. Our families even though they maybe difficult at times are a great blessing. The great love that we feel in our families can last for eternity. As we live here on earth we have to continue to build great family relationships. 

President David O. McKay said, “With all my heart I believe that the best place to prepare for … eternal life is in the home”

Have a great week. 

Elder Caleb S. Bailey

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Week 91 Talents

My transfer has begun, I'm with my old friend Elder Thomas. We were companions way back in the MTC. We believe we will be able to kill each other off in this ward, the Birch Hills ward. When Elder Sparto left we gave the Tricity ward to the Placentia sisters, they are going to cover both wards do to a shortage of missionaries currently. My first week in Birch Hills has gone well. The ward is great and anxious to do missionary work, even though on the smaller side. They have a couple nights a week we're we are able to go out on visits with a member of the ward. Right now we are working on getting to know the ward and finding some great potential to teach. 

So we have been blessed to be here on this earth, to help carry out the great Plan of Salvation. One thing that we receive is many gifts and talents while we are here. These gifts that we have could be leadership, musical, athletic and etc. There are many talents that we can be blessed with, it is up to us to develop and further these. All too often people look at others talents and fail to recognize the ones that they may be blessed with. So first you must realize what gifts and talents you already may have. Sometimes this might take some help from others. Once they are realized time must be put into them, to help them grow. Nothing will help them improve, effort must be put into them. Another part is having faith in your Father in Heaven to assist you and yourself. As you develop and improve your skills and abilities it is up to you to share that with others. 

We have been blessed with weaknesses, so they may become our strengths. 

2 Corinthians 12:9
And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me

Ether 12:27 
And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness. I give unto men weakness that they may be humble; and my grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them.

Love Elder Caleb S. Bailey 

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Week 89 & 90 The Sacrament & Miracles

Monday 7/10/2017
It wasn't a too eventful PDay. We got a little shopping done and finished up some tasks. There was a activity, we played a few rounds of gator ball. After dinner we went out to try and contact some members of the ward we don't know. 

Afternoon our studies we went to the park for some contacting. We had the opportunity to talk to a few people and share about the restoration. We did more finding for the rest of the day. The heat ended putting some missionaries out of commission. We did hit the Chick fil a for cow appreciation day a couple times and also 7 eleven for slurpees. 

In the morning we had a service at the Hathaways. There was an over grown banana tree that we cut down. It took a little while to finish up the job. We went back and finished our studies before we went out for the day. We were able to see the Martin family and share a message with them. We discussed the importance of scripture study and prayer. 

We had a great District meeting focused on the importance of the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is the greatest tool we have as missionaries, it is the evidence of the truth of the things that we share with those that we meet. We go out and our invitation to everyone is to read and ask God of the truthfulness of it. If those that we invite to read and pray about the Book of Mormon have the promise finding if it is true from the prompting of the Holy Ghost.

Our day was taken up mostly by our weekly planning. 

In the morning we had a service helping a family move out of the ward. We seem to have a lot of the older families moving out. We went out and did some contacting of those in the ward that we don't know. We had the chance to talk to Charles's dad for a while about the church. 

Sacrament meeting was great there was a lot of great talks. Elder Sparto spoke of the great worth of souls and the importance of missionary work. One of the greatest feelings that we can have on this earth is seeing those around us come to the knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

The Sacrament 
It is a great reminder every week of the sacrifice the our Savior preformed on behalf of us. We partake of the emblems to remind us of his sacrifice of flesh and blood. All to often throughout our week we forget to remember. If we strive to remember him always as we go throughout our week we will find it to be a great blessing. As we continue to take his name upon us we become changed or converted. 

Monday 7/17/2017 
It was Elder Spartos birthday so he had a lot of activities planned. After stopping by the mission office in the morning we headed over to raising Cains for lunch. There was a fairly large group that followed for his celebration. We all then went to a mall where we did some shopping. He bought some Wolferine claws. Which he later used to cut random things. Our night continued with us doing a little finding before the night ended. 

Early in the morning there was a service for the big family history center in Orange. We picked up the move in package for the new apartment they will be moving us to. That took us while to do. After dinner we were able to do some visits of the members. 

We had a great District meeting on the role of the spirit in conversion. It was a nice review, it is so important for those we teach to feel the spirit while we teach them. The spirit is truly the teacher, that is the converting power. After district meeting we had a group of missionaries that went up to the Silverado canyon for lunch. The Flores family was home later on and we taught them the gospel of Jesus Christ. They have been doing very well with their reading which has helped them a lot. 

It was our weekly planning day. We weren't able to get all finished up since we moved into a new apartment. That sucked up most our time for the day. We did stop by to see a few people at the end of the night. 

While we were doing some finding in the heat Elder Sparto went down. He stopped for a second and said he felt faint and leaned on me then I eased him to the ground. I gave a call to the nurse and got him back to our apartment. The heat got to him and he had a little heat exhaustion. He was in recovery most of the day. In the evening there was a stake pioneer day celebration that we stopped by, it was a pretty cool event. They setup a town and everything. 

In sacrament meeting a return mission president and his wife spoke. They shared some great experiences. A few stories were shared about following the promptings of the spirit and the great effect it had even saving some people's lives. President Golden was in attendance and we talked with him for a moment before he left. After church the ward had a linger longer in celebration of being a ward for a year. After dinner we did some finishing to our weekly plan, by making some calls. 

We often fail to recognize the effect of following the spirit. There are times were we get a thought and aren't sure whether to follow, us thinking it is our own thoughts not the spirit. The thing is that is how the spirit works through the impressions to our mind. We will be guided by receiving the thought to do something good. It is our job to follow that immediately and not spend time on the subject. The way that we receive more direction from the spirit it showing our willingness to follow the ones that we already receive. So as we do these things we are blessed with more impressions. These impressions bring us Miracles of us acting. 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Week 88 Daily Bread

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Week 87 - Contention

Monday 6/26/2017
It was a very busy day. We were able to get Elder Martin's departure stuff taken care of and haircuts in the morning. I got Elder Sparto also. After PDay we had dinner with Bishop, he told us many stories from his mission. Elder Martin got dropped off with the zone leaders then we headed back so Elder Sparto could unpack. 

Afternoon studies we finished up with getting Elder Sparto in the area. We were able to see a few people throughout our day. We taught the restoration it was good. After dinner with the Westerguard family we went out finding to finish off the night. 

Afternoon studies there was meetings at the mission office. They lasted a couple hours, during we practiced teaching some of the lessons. Before dinner we were able to do a little street contacting. Dinner with the Paulas was at 301 Cafe in old Placentia. We were able meet with Brother Schinning. We shared the restoration with him. 

In the morning we had District meeting. We had the opportunity to learn of prayer and the language of prayer. It is such a great blessing for us to have a two way communication with our Father in Heaven. After I went into a trio with Birch Hills, while Elder Sparto went to the my Plan meeting. We grabbed some lunch with the people that didn't have to go to the my plan meeting. Elder Sparto was struck with some throat sickness so after he had orders from the nurse to get rest. We picked up dinner from the Thatchers and went in. 

Elder Sparto was still a little out of commission. So he rested for the most of the day. We got out at the end of the day to pick up some stuff for him. We were able to help move a refrigerator for a member before the night ended. 

After studies we had a meeting to get introduced to President Golden. We were able to meet him and talk for a quick moment. President gave a great introduction to us. We finished off our evening with some finding. The Brown family a new move in was home so we stopped by to say hello. 

It was a great Sunday, Elder Sparto was able to meet a lot of the ward. We had a great discussion on the Holy Ghost in gospel principles. We often don't realize the many roles of the Holy Ghost and the ways that he blesses our lives. After church we had dinner with the Adlongs. The night ended with us trying to visit a few people. 


It isn't productive in anyway, it upsets our Father in Heaven. Just as our earthly parents are upset when their children quarrel, argue and fight our Heavenly Father isn't pleased with it either. When there is contention it is a block to feeling the prompting of the spirit, which needles to say isn't good. 

3 Nephi 11:29 
For verily, verily I say unto you, he that hath the spirit of contention is not of me, but is of the devil, who is the father of contention, and he stirreth up the hearts of men to contend with anger, one with another.

We must strive to be more like the Savior and follow after his example. 

Colossians 3:13 
Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Week 86 The impression of the spirit

Monday 6/19/2017
Elder Martin finished up his My plan for his return home. We picked up the Birch Hills Elders and did a few things we needed to get done. At PDay activity we got a couple activities going and that was fun. Dinner was with the Patinos, we had to hurry to an appointment after. Our appointment was with Maricela, she isn't interested in changing from where she is a now. We encouraged her to continue to seek, and bore testimony to her. 

The day was a very hot one. After studies we went and had lunch with the Miller family. We shared a message with them about fathers. They had quite a few stories to share with us so we were there for a while. We did a little finding in the heat not to much success meeting people. Our dinner was with the Nebakers. We shared the restoration with them and invited them to make a family invitation plan. The night ended at the Olsen family we talked with them about serving their neighbors and others around them. They had some good referrals for us before we left. 

At District meeting we discussed baptism and working with our investigators towards that. We went over making baptismal calendars. The usual Zone pictures followed then off to lunch. We met up at the Chipotle. Elder Dodd lost his I pad which we weren't able to find sadly. The Thorums took us to I hop for dinner. After we did finding to finish the night. The Andersons were home and we talked to them about their neighbors. 

In the morning we headed to the mission office. Elder Martin had his departing missionary temple trip. I ended up with Elder Wright a previous companion of mine for half of the day. We met back up at Alohas for lunch and we parted with our companions. After some studies we went out finding for the rest of the day. While talking to people I was able to meet someone from the Dayton Ohio area too, which was cool. Brother Sutherland was home so we stopped by and shared the Plan of Salvation with him. There was not to many other people willing to talk for the rest of the night. 

After studies we went to an appointment, but it fell through. We walked around the neighborhood and met Angel. She was curious about the church that was across the street. So we talked to her for a little while and she was very open to talking anything about it. I'm looking forward to working with her in the future, since she is solid. Weekly planning took up the rest of the day till dinner. I ate a quick meal before we headed to the mission home for Elder Martin's departure dinner. I went in a trio with Elder Dales and Cook. We did some finding for the rest of the night till we picked up our companions at the end of the night. 

Our morning started with Elder Martin going to his departure interview with President. We finished up studies and the rest of weekly planning before dinner. We had dinner with the Campbell's. After dinner we had finding for the rest of the night. As the night came to an end we met Charles. He has investigated before and has felt the spirit when he investigated. So we helped him recognize that and got all of his information so we can meet with him. The night ended with transfer calls. My new companion will be Elder Sparto my mission Brother for his last transfer. 

It was a good sacrament meeting. The high councilor gave a good talk that related our lives to canoeing down the river of life. There is many obstacles and things that can bump us up. Elders quorum was also great we talked about struggles with faith. After church we went back and Elder Martin got his stuff ready to go home. At the end of the night we went out and did some finding to finish off. 

The impression of the spirit

 It was great when we met Charles on Saturday. He having been taught before was great. The best part was he had felt the spirit during his previous investigation. The impressions of the spirit leave great mark on the soul. When he read from the Book of Mormon he felt great peace and a feeling of knowing it is true. We asked if he had ever been to church, he said yes it was kind of weird everyone was happy and it felt really great. He knew it was the spirit, it left a mark that we helped him recognize again. 

Also we were at a members home this week. They told us of a neighbor they had really liked them, but eventually they moved. One day some missionaries knocked on the door. He remembered the neighbors and how great they were then noticed the feeling that was missing. The missionaries had that it eventually led to them being converted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

We often don't realize the effect and spirit that we bring. It truly does have a great impact on

the others around us.