Sounds like all is going well. That interfaith Christmas devotional sounds awesome! Hope all continues to go well at home!!!
Yes! Things are going extremely well with the new comp. He is a stud!!! He is working on his Spanish, but just in the week we've been together he is picking up on it and doing extremely well!!! It's been super fun working with him. Like I said before, I think he is a convert of 2 years and has a powerful conversion story!! This transfer we will not be going to the temple. I'm pretty bummed, but we go next transfer. Well, hopefully! Our district meetings are on Wednesday mornings. We have a zone meeting - 1 every transfer on a Thursday, and zone conferences every 3 months or so. Funny, you ask if I ever see president! I had an interview with him this last week! He came down and interviewed our zone.
Well, this week was an amazing one! We didn't teach many lessons but it was awesome still!!! We continue to meet with Joaquin and his family every Wednesday!!! They are doing great and are loving the visits. Keep praying for them!!!
Luis and Ines are doing great!!! We had a great lesson with them about the sabbath day and they commited to coming to all the hours from now on. It was a struggle beforehand but now they are coming!!! They are on date and pretty much good to go for the 10th of January. Keep all these people in your prayers. It's the most I can ask of all of you back home but prayer is something that works and I testify of that!! So pray pray pray!!!!
The biggest other news this week is that Daniel and Melbi are doing so well!!! We met with them on Saturday and Sunday and taught her lesson 2, the Word of wisdom and the sabbath day. She is committed to living them all and has told us her goal is baptism. This weekend we are going to be having a lesson on the Law of Chastity and temple marriage. It's the big one because they live together and are not married. I have had a good feeling about them so I am hoping that they can figure out a way to live it. I have the faith they can, we all need to pray for a way for the Lord to provide the way for them to obey it!!!
Those were the biggest progressions this week. I am beyond excited to talk to guys on Christmas Day!!!! It will be the greatest Christmas ever!!!!! I miss you guys and it's gonna be awesome to see you!!!:) It's going to be crazy to see how big you guys have gotten.
For the spiritual thought this week I wanted to say something that has been on my mind. I found a song from another missionary the one about "go bring them in from the plains, go bring them in from the cold" and it has stuck with me all week. I am here to "bring my siblings in from the plains". I am a part of the modern day rescue team! Just as my ancestors before me, I am here to bring those who are suffering out in this world to the valley of Zion and as members of the church that is our job. They always talk about every member a missionary but is it something we live? Before the mission I know I didn't. This week I want to invite you as Brigham Young did to the saints, to go rescue our siblings. Go bring them in from the plains! They are hurting, and starving spiritually and need our help. Let us be that help. Think about what you can do!!! I love you guys!!!! This church is true!!!! Never forget it!!!!
¡el reino de dios o nada!