We also had two other miracles this week
1) We were walking during a "District Blitz" and ran into a young lady with a baby. We ended up talking to her and finding out that her husband had a drug addiction. We invited them to the ARP (addiction recovery program) meeting and we had the opportunity to join them in the meeting. That was also a really neat experience. She had been praying that day for help- and she met us a few minutes after she had left her home. She later starting crying during the ARP meeting, being overwhelmed with a feeling of love from God. HE IS REAL!
2) We hadn't taught anyoneand we have to teach every night (mission rule). We had ten minutes left so we stopped on the street and prayed. It was and we were on a sketchy street (sorry mom). Sister S turned down a super dark ally (she wouldn't normally do that) and this HUGE dog just started booking it in our direction. I started thinking about how I was going to kick it, when suddenly it stopped right in front of us and it's owner came chasing after it. This led us to a new investigator with only 10 minutes left in our day- and we taught a 10 minute lesson. Not to mention we didn't get eaten by the dog! We got back home at (two minutes late but close enough).
GOD LOVES US SO MUCH! It has been a good week.
Transfers are tomorrow and I will be getting a new companion. She is from Connecticut and has been out a little over a year. I am staying in Cypress and I am so happy about that. I have loved my time with Sis. S from Tonga. I will love her forever and I'm grateful for all she has taught me!