The weather today was such a tender mercy. Cloudy, with a cool breeze – it fuels adventure.
That helped me resist the preparation day blues for a few hours, but then we were inside forever and it got me.
Luckily, we started off our PrimeTime on a good note and I was back in the game. We had dinner at our ward mission leader’s home and then knocked his neighborhood (very wealthy). We met a new fellow named Michael who could be golden. Such a miracle. He’s going through a rough time. We also got a return appointment with an Islamic family – we’ll see how that goes.
We went with Dominic an also finally taught his mother! The look on his face when she listened to us was priceless. He said, “Wow. I guess faith really does work.”
-meeting Michael…he is so prepared. That was right time, right place down to a window of about 5 seconds.
-Dominic’s mom’s change of heart. Miracles baby!
-I love Elder Ko because he’s exactly obedient. No question.
Sept 6, 2016
-we got some great referrals from a less active!
-I love Elder Ko for his generous heart. He loves blessing others.
Sept 7, 2016
Long day of transfer planning. With how many new missionaries are coming in, finding all the zone leaders was quite the struggle.
-It’s a good thing the Lord told us to have Sister Panoussi(sp?) train. It’s nice to feel guided by the Spirit during planning.
-I love how much Elder Ko tries to love me.
Sept 8, 2016
-The situation with the STL’s worked out miraculously, what a blessing.
-I love Elder Ko because he’s willing to receive correction.
Sept 9, 2016
Exchanges with Elder Ramos. He’s heading out to Bermuda next week. Hope he’s ready.
-We came by to give a blessing at just the right time and met a member’s neighbor just as she was stepping out, ad she loves missionaries because of Hurricane Sandy! We are going to get her invited over for a dinner.
- I love Elder Ramos for his intense desire to help everyone.
Sept 10, 2016
Today a man called us and said he wanted to talk. We quickly figured he was really going through a rough one and was mildly suicidal. We set up a place to meet immediately, and he left feeling much better with a Book of Mormon. It turns out, a cashier at a gas station gave him our card which we had given him a few days ago. Talking with everyone brings miracles.
I love Elder Ko because he is so concerned for others. The way he tried to take care of a sick Elder Ramos was so much like a mother.