My Missionary Commission


I am Called of God. My authority is above that of the kings of the earth. By revelation I have been selected as a personal representative of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is my Master and he has chosen me to represent him. To stand in his place, to say and do what he himself would say and do if he personally were ministering to the very people to whom he has sent me. My voice is his voice, and my acts are his acts; my words are his words, and my doctrine is his doctrine. My commission is to do what he wants done. To say what he wants said. To be a living modern witness in word and deed of the divinity of his great and marvelous latter-day work.
-Elder Bruce R McConkie
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London (6-7-2011)

So 1 a.m. came and went, no call from Dylan. He ended up calling about 7 a.m. He didn’t sleep on the flight over from Chicago cause it was just really turbulent, he ended up talking with a kid from Germany. When he got to Heathrow he found a spot of the ground and slept for 4 hours. Then they ate and then headed to the payphones. Interesting enough he had to stand the whole 4 hours that he talked to people. We talked for about 35 minutes. Dylan said that Heathrow was like a huge shopping mall. Ty requested a picture of Big Ben, but he didn’t get to leave the airport so he said he would settle for a postcard of Big Ben. We’ll see if it happened. So again we were watching his plane on flightaware and his plane totally missed the airport and then made a full circle and came back around again and landed. Turns out there were too many plans landing so they had to circle around a bit. It was cool to watch.

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