that you were constantly trying to improve yourself and your testimony. I’m sure this
has helped you to develop patience, and through your little acts of service, your
charity has increased. You will need both in being able to put up with me at times.
I am thankful that you are thrifty and have learned to manage your time and money
wisely. This will help me so very much in being a good wife and mother.
I am proud of you in your attendance at Seminary and Institute, and your
strong testimony is proof that you took full advantage of these programs. I hope you
recognize that I see you as a spiritual equal and not someone who I need to constantly
push and pull along the straight and narrow path. We both need to work together to
see our family back to the Celestial Kingdom. It will take as much faith and spiritual
strength from you, as it will from me.
Last, but certainly not least, I’m glad you have a strong testimony of Prayer;
that even when you were very young, you understood how important daily prayer was
and that through your prayers, you were able to stay close to our Father in Heaven
and seek His help and guidance.
Once again, I would like to tell you now how very much you mean to me. I’m so
grateful that you support me as a wife and mother in our home. I will do the very best
I can, and if I get out of line, please do not be afraid to get me back in shape. That
is something I admire in you. Through hard work and sacrifice, this love of ours will
continue to grow and blossom until we are brought before our Lord and Savior, Jesus
Christ. I can’t wait to say, "look Heavenly Father; look who helped me to return back
to you. I love him so very much; please allow us to stay together forever."
P.S. Don’t forget Monday is Family Home Evening. If you give the lesson, I’ll prepare
your favorite treats!
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