|Apia Samoa Temple|
I often thing about the parable of the rich man that had a man named Lazarus at his gates begging for food. The rich man did nothing to relieve him, but the dogs licked the sores on his feet. When the rich man died he went to hell and he looked up and saw Lazarus in the bosom of Abraham. He called out and asked Abraham to have Lazarus come and serve him. He was told no, this man had a tough life and now he was bing blessed. I often think of the Samoan people and how they have so little, but are very faithful. I know that they are very loved by the Lord.
|Elder Taue, Elder Lesa, Elder Tamai, Elder Ale, Elder Fuimaono, Elder Sitivi|