This week was full of stress as we are trying to get Bobby ready for baptism. It has been really hard due to some of his health issues. We have had to jump through a lot of hoops to get him ready. He has a bed sore that is going to be a big road block in his baptism. He is being interviewed by President Porter today, and so we are going to ask him what the best approach would be. Bobby is very excited for this Saturday!
My favorite miracle of the week is this: we met an investigator the other day, she was the daughter of a former (or who we thought was a former). She said that her mom moved a long time ago and missionaries kept coming back. We told we we would make a note of it, and asked if we could come back and visit with her. She wasn't interested at first due to some social anxiety. We talked to her a little bit longer until she became more comfortable with the idea of having us come back. We were able to go back the next day and teach her the restoration, and her dog even peed on us. Powerful lesson nonetheless. After we asked when we would come back, and she said she didn't know and to text her on Monday to set a time. Monday came and we texted her, and got no response. Then on Saturday while doing our work of salvation sheets we got a text from her. She apologized for not texting back sooner. She said that she wasn't sure if she wanted to meet with us again, but that she prayed a decided she did want to meet with us! We are seeing her Wednesday! Miracle.
All of you will be shocked to know that this week we sang to Bobby... it was hard for me as you all can imagine. We sang keep the commandments which was luckily in my range. But the most tender part was that Bobby sang it to us after. He really loves music and it makes my eyes sweat every time. Yesterday we sang "Master the Tempest is Raging". He said it describes his life well with his difficulty with sin and repentance.
That's all for now, folks! Love you all.
Sista Fultzy Fresh