You know those weeks when everything fails, when really you had no success, when you feel like everything you did was for nothing. Those weeks when you walk around defeated, and just depressed...Well this week was NOT one of those weeks.
This week was actually a wonderful week. I don't know where to start in this letter, but I will say that the Inactive that we challenged to come to church for 4 weeks. He did come again this last Sunday, and by his own personal choice. He has been watching and listening to the general conference from October and is doing so wonderful.
We programmed 3 people to be baptized and we are very happy with them making it to their date. One of them is the sister of one of our Recent Converts. We have been teaching her and her mom for a couple of weeks. This last week we taught a lesson and her other brother was there (we met him for the first time), we asked her if she would be baptized. She said that she wasn't sure. She has been reading and praying, but she hasn't gone to church. She wanted to go to church before getting baptized. So we invited her and told her we would walk to her house to take her to the church. We also gave her a blessing. When S came we get to the house and she comes out, but she doesn't come out alone. The brother decided to come as well...SO AWESOME!! Well, we get them to the church and by the end of it, they wanted to come back. She said she wanted to be baptized. I am so excited for the and the brother is not very far behind from being baptized himself.
All in all we had 6 investigators in the church. One of which is the grandma of our recent converts, we watched The Testaments with them and her, and she ended up crying (such a good movie). We are hoping to get her a date to be baptized today.
So yes, this week was a wonderful week. We have seen a lot of miracles, and I am excited for the rest of this transfer. Sometimes the day doesn't seem to have enough hours in it.
As always I hope you are all happy. I pray for you, and I know the Lord is real and hears our prayers.
I love you,
Elder Mason Paul Reid