This week was interesting, like a mental illness.
We had divisions this week, I stayed in Salado and Hermana Cordova went to Laurelty, an area in my other zone. We had a good experience, we were almost ambushed...by a baby cat. Seriously, you had to be there. we were walking down from the mountain that is our area, and it was really dark and there was no one out in the street, and we were kind of nervous, so we started to walk a little faster and suddenly there was a noise behind us and we almost died. Dumb cat.
I just realized today haha, there are three zones in the city of Luque and I have been in every single one...thats awesome. That is called the Luque hole...all of your mission in Luque.
We had a lot of success with inactives, we are trying to push hard so that the leaders and the other members do their visits, and it is working. I honestly think that members, apart from the Spirit, are the most important part of missionary work. Seriously. If we can understand what we are doing and why we are really doing it, we can help so many people to come unto Christ and feel what we can feel.
One hard thing this week was that we lost our three progressing investigators until further notice. Seriously, it was kind of a shock. We went to Jessica's house on Friday (Jessica is the one that came to church on her own TWICE), and the first thing that her mom told us is that she wants to return the Book of Mormon. We were like...wait...what?? But they told us that the dad doesn't want anything to do with us or with the church. So...we left that lesson kind of bummed. Haha, we looked at each other and said, we need to find a private place to bawl our eyes out...but you would be so proud, we didn't even cry (all that much:)) We just started to contact and contact and contact, and I realized that talking to others about the gospel is what makes me happy. It distracts me from all other problems or thoughts that I have. Seriously, the best therapy ever.
One miracle that we saw was yesterday, we were trying to find new people to teach and we saw a woman get out of her car with her kids, we talked with her and turns out that she is the daughter of a member...I had seen her on Wednesday but had forgotten...whoops:) Oh well, must be important. Anyways, we talked to this lady, and when we finished the conversation, I turned around and saw a young man sitting by himself on the soccer field. I felt that we should talk with him, so we went, and, again, we had already contacted him!! ( I have problems...;)) However, this time, we were really close to his house, so we walked with him there and met his mom. The miracle was that Junior's (the kid) aunt had just been diagnosed with cancer that Sunday, and the mom was in desperate need of a venting session. We were able to talk with her and help her realize that whatever happens, she will be able to overcome it. We shared 1 Corinthians 10:13 (my computer won't translate it...) but it basically says that Heavenly Father will not give us something that He knows we won't be able to handle. Throughout my entire mission, this has been my comfort. He knows us perfectly, and whatever happens, we will be okay:)
I love this gospel, I know that our Savior lives, He loves us, and because of that love He suffered for every single one of us and has endless patience, thank goodness:) The mom accepted the baptismal invitation, and we hope that we can get to know the family Lopez more this week. Keep them in your prayers!!
I hope that you all have a good week!! I love you!