Hermana Kali Green Puerto Rico, San Juan Mission
The greatest spiritual experience this week, for me, was when Elder Neil L. Andersen, who was visiting us at our mission conference, came down from the pulpit to the floor to start talking to all of us. He started by expressing his love, and the love our beloved Prophet, his counselors, and Quorum of the 12 bring to us. I immidiately was hit with The Spirit and felt this overwhelming love from them, the Savior, and Heavenly Father, and all at once I was reminded of how much our Heavenly Father knows us and loves us. Elder Andersen just has this Christ-like light and love to him. Wow...The Conference with Neil L. Andersen was incredible. He is so so so loving and nice, and funny, and he speaks 4 different languages! We arrived a little later than we thought so we ended up sitting in the very back row. President Boucher announced over the pulpit that before the conference would start, we had time to all shake his hand. I almost died of excitement. It was so cool to see everyone go through this line and just be BEAMING with smiles after having just met a member of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles. I did the same, it was something I will always remember. We went and sat down and the conference started. Just a couple minutes into it, before the opening hymn, President Boucher turns to Elder Andersen, then back to us and says, "Elder Andersen would like those in the last row to come up to the front row." Hermana Pichiule and I , and a couple other sisters were in that last row he was talking about. So we quickly moved to the VERY FRONT ROW. It was a huge miracle I did NOT see coming. Once the meeting started, and it was time for Elder Andersen to speak, he came down from the pulpit to talk to us, and stopped right in front of me. I thought I was going to die of excitement. There were a lot of laughs shared with him, as well as, so much wisdom and advice for our lovely island of Puerto Rico. He talked a lot about miracles and how we need to be praying for them. There is one thing he said that really stuck with me, "Most miracles come from being more motivated, pushing hard, and having more trust in the Lord. It has to begin with someone to move up, to think higher, and to expect more." That really struck me, and I immidiately wanted to be that type of person. As I have begun to input these principles in my life these last couple of days, I truly have seen a difference.
What a BIMBO! Listen up, elder Andersen didn't do you any favors. He came to Puerto Rico to sell you a song and a dance. He's a used car salesman for the church! He was probably just looking at your breasts all along. I'm sure he was lusting.
Ha ha ha!
Yeah, your miracle is coming, bitch. The hurricane is going to put an end to your missionary work in just 5 months from now! You can thank bastard Andersen for that.