A goal for the year was to keep on top of Visiting Teaching and so far, I've missed one month (May). Visiting teaching is just a reminder to the homes you visit that there's someone thinking of you. My Mum is the RS President in my ward and she's added homes to my list because she knows they'll get done and they're all homes I don't mind doing.
Each month you get a message and this years messages have all been Christ based. Today I made my homes burritos-to-go and as I was cooking I tried to liken a burrito to Jesus, but I couldn't think of anything. Burritos don't heal the blind and burritos can't walk on water.
While Mitchy and I were in town breaking the sabbath with the RS President, it came to me. Christ is the tortilla and us the burrito contents and we are all encircled in the arms of His love.
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