Well my amazing campanion Hermana C... is leaving tomorrow to go to one of my old wards... we are both sad. I have never loved a campanion like I love her. The great thing is that I will be able to see her after the mission at BYU. I get to train a new sister trainer leader which I´m excited about. It hit hard today that I only have 6 weeks to make things happen. I find myself tired and ready to give in but I decided I don´t want to be a missionary that just finishes. I want to give the Lord all I have for this last 6 weeks. Starting with the girls in my zone:) Hey side note R.... is in my zone he is going to train and open an area this transfer..
Well R.. ended up not getting baptized this weekend. It was very sad. We took him to the temple to teach him a lesson and a group of his friends that are members of our ward came with us and the spirit was super strong. We told him that generations past and future were celebrating that he was going to become a member on Saturday. He cried a whole whole bunch and we asked him if he would prepare to be baptized on Saturday and he said yes. Then the next day he called us and told us he knows the church is true but that he wants to hold off his baptism until his girlfriend and his family can come to his baptism... we were pretty sad but we know he will be baptized soon!
Our investigator family is so happy in their new home and with protection from the rain. They came to church by themselves this week. The 12 year old daughter told us,"I know that this is the true church and I want to be baptized." The daughter told us she had a dream that a man came to take to her (a man sent from God and he told her the church was true) She told us, " I used to think church was boring but now I love it because I know it is true:)
I´m so happy to be a missionary. On Saturday we got to be part of Helping Hands and picked up bottles. My companion and I walked around having the time of our lives. After the activity a group of missionaries were together and 3 of the American sister missionaries that I love and respect (Hermana M.., H..., and my companion) all told me I read your blog every week before I left on the mission. It filled my heart with such joy and realized that my dream is coming to an end. Well I love you all with all my heart and plead that you can keep the people we teach in your prayers! I love you all:)