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Elder Sanjeev Dusara

India Bangalore Mission

No. 2-B, Rear Building, Garudarcharpalya, Mahadevapura Post,

Opp. ABB Tech Park, Adjacent to Brigade Metropolis,

Whitefield Road,


Bangalore 560048,


Monday, March 24, 2014

Week 37: Feeling the Spirit of the Atonement

Last week when we had District Meeting it might have been the greatest meeting I have ever had so far on my mission. Elder Britton did a fantastic job leading all the training and the topic was the Atonement of Jesus Christ. We talked about experiences we have had on our mission where we have felt that love for our Savior and his atoning sacrifice. We split of from our companions and we taught (practice) just one on one with someone else (Elder Nepali) and we were sharing what we know about the Atonement with that person and baring our testimony of it after. I felt the spirit so strongly during that short practice and I even notice that my voice changed while I was teaching. Elder Britton was watching me and he said he has never heard me teach and speak like that ever. The Spirit is so real I cant even begin to describe that many wonders that can happen when it is with you. The next greatest thing happened only 2 hours after we had finished District meeting.

Elder Gardiner and I were trying to visit some less-active families that were in this area (Aryapuram) and no one was available because of EXAMS! Anyway while we were riding down this street I felt an impression to visit one family because we had not seen Kumar in a long time. When we knocked on the door we were greeted by a sister we had never seen before. Her name was Durga and she was related to Kumar's family and she was only visiting for 3 days and tomorrow was her last day. We shared a lesson about trusting in God at all times and he will deliver you out of your trails and afflictions. That can be found in Alma 36:3. When we got finished sharing our testimonies she started to cry because she had not been to church in 4 years and she was hopping for a chance to see the missionaries so that they can teach her husband. They live very far away from church and her husband is Hindu so thats why she has not come in a very long time. That was one of the most powerful lessons I have ever taught in my mission! So Cool:)

Sorry but the photos will come next week because our zone activity took a long time:) Love you all

Elder Dusara

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