Elder Beilman

Elder Beilman


February 8, 2015

Au na vosa vaviti vei kemuni kece nikua!
E dredre valailai na macawa sa oti, ia e vinaka tale ga baleta e solia vei keirau na gauna me keirau plantaka vavinaka.
Au via wasea e dua na ka au a vuli nikua. Au a wilika na ivola i Momani mai na ivola i Alama wase tinikatolu tikina tolu, e tukuna "3 And this is the manner after which they were ordained—being called and prepared from the foundation of the world according to the foreknowledge of God, on account of their exceeding faith and good works; in the first place being left to choose good or evil; therefore they having chosen good, and exercising exceedingly great faith, are called with a holy calling, yea, with that holy calling which was prepared with, and according to, a preparatory redemption for such."
Au taleitaka sara na tikina oqo baleta e digitaki keda Na Kalou ni bera na noda sucu mai. E digitaki au me'u vunautaka na nona kosipeli vei ira na kai viti ko koya e na bula taumada. Kevaka ko na cross reference ki na Vunau kei na Veiyalayalati wase duanadrau tolusagavulu ka walu tikina limasagavulu ka ono "Even before they were born, they, with many others, received their first lessons in the world of spirits and were prepared to come forth in the due time of the Lord to labor in his vineyard for the salvation of the souls of men."Au kila ni dina na tikina oqo. Sa digitaki au, Na Kalou, me'u lako mai ka'u vunautaka na dina vei ira na tamata oqo. Au kila ni sa kilai au Na Kalou. koya na sega ni biuti au se kemuni kece.
Au vakavinavinaka vua Na Kalou me talai au ki Viti.
Au lomani kemuni kece!
Vinaka sara valevu nomuni loloma.
Loloma Levu,
Elder Beilman


February 1, 2015

Hey everyone!
Man, this week was just great!
We had Train the Trainers meeting in Nadi on Friday. Where we got to listen to President Layton.. President Layton is the man! You can just tell he is on a different level of Spirituality than most people. I feel like when he speaks, the Lord is telling us what we need to do. Its amazing!
But we took a member, Sister Vauvau, with us to a lesson to a family(Asinate, Sikeli, and their daughter-who is mute). But it was perfect. Because their daughter wasn't schooling because the school that she was going to go to is super far away and the parents didn't know of anywhere else she could school. so Sister Vauvau knew somebody that could get her enrolled to school in Tavua. So Sister Vauvau did everything for them and they took the girl into town to buy her a uniform and everything! it was perfect. The Family was so happy! It was such a blessing!
then Yesterday, after church we saw a less active member who wants to quit drinking kava(Polynesian drink that is not allowed). Yesterday at church, he said to himself that he will try so hard to not drink it for at least one month. so he went home after church and in the evening, he was eating at a friends/family's house and right after that was going to go to a function to drink kava. But we came to his house right at the right time. So somebody called over to him and straight a way he left and came over because he didn't want to go drink. It was a really cool experience! He was so grateful that we came over. And the amazing part about it is that we had a lesson scheduled with an investigator, but it fell through. So it was a really good reminder for me that whenever there is a fall through, I'm supposed to be somewhere else visiting or seeing somebody.
Love you guys! Thanks for everything!
Elder Beilman