I'm on an exchange with Elder Hidalgo, a cool elder from Chile. About 5'5", he's a good elder with a good testimony. Strappy little guy, too. He is the smallest of the four spanish elders in our district, but he's always good for anything. Little by little, he's overcoming his fears, and becoming stronger. Just last friday, we had a wrestling match. (A little uneven, I think: Me, at 6'3" and 270 pounds, against him at 5'5" and maybe 170.) I won, but in the course of the match, I shattered the crystal on my watch.
In life, we need to check out what we do. Really, that's all that we ask anyone to do. We have a message. As in all things, we need to check whether something is real or not.
|A plastic hat is probably a good sign of a fake.|
Now, it's possible that the watches are real Rolex watches. But, how can you be sure?
The only way is to compare it with the genuine product. That's really all that we ask people to do: Look at what we have. Compare it with the Bible, always having an open mind. Most important, ask God. I'm sure He knows what's true and what's not. If you ask him, you can be confident that he will answer your questions.