Dear Brethren,

With my utmost humility, I am privileged to be given the opportunity to serve the Lord and to accept His sacred calling to labor in the Cambodia Phnom Penh Mission. I am truly blessed to have come to know God and to strive to be his faithful servant. I am truly blessed to be a convert of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am grateful to serve in the land of my family and to wholeheartedly love God's children. I strive to work hard with all of my endeavors to share God's message of true love and happiness, embedded in the Gospel. In the conviction of my heart, I want to give all that I am to the Lord and to surrender myself to serve His children with the best of my ability. I aspire to labor with diligence, humility, dedication, and love for the Lord and His people. I cannot express the love that I have for the Cambodian people and my eagerness to share them the peace and the joy that the Gospel of Jesus Christ has imprinted in my heart. I strive to make a difference in someone's life and to bring Christ unto his or her life, even if it is just one person. This would mean the world to me. I've realized that it only takes one, one, single person to inspire and to that one person, God's marked inspiration for him or her may last for eternity. Each individual soul is God's priceless possession. I am a witness of Christ and it is my desire to help others see God the way He sees them. I want to help God's children progress to become better people and through Christ, help them fulfill their true and divine potentials. In my labor, I strive to follow God's commandments and to submit my life to God. I have the desire to align my will with God's will in order to effectively preach the Gospel to His children. Just as Martin Luther King, Jr . had proclaimed; I strive to rise above the narrow confines of my individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity. My purpose in serving the Lord is to love His people and to love Him at all cost. I cannot thank you and the Lord enough for giving me a chance to serve the people and the Kingdom of Cambodia. I thank you and the Lord for giving me the sacred opportunity in building the Lord's true kingdom in the country of where I was born.


The white envelope has arrived.
"Bishop, I'm going home!"


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