So this week was a blast. Literally. It zipped by. It was transfer week so we had Anziani from all over our area coming into Napoli to stay with us in preparation to go to their new areas. The actual transfer day was crazy. We had more than 10 Anziani coming and going all day that we had to get organized and on trains for most of the day.
Anyway in the midst of all this chaos we were able to get in some lessons here and there and meet with my absolute favorite investigators on the planet. L and G (we don’t use their full names out of respect for their privacy). They are amazing. We met with them twice this week and it was an incredible experience both times in two very different ways.
The first time we had a very intimate lesson over the first half of the plan of salvation. Which is the literal plan of our Heavenly Father that explains where we came from, the purpose of us being here on earth, and what happens to us after we die. It is so etching very dear to my heart and one of the initial things that first caught my attention in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints just over two years ago. They accepted it whole heartedly and are making such good progress.
The second time they had us over to make papussas. It was such a fun time and we were able to finish teaching them the plan! They loved how specific everything was and how all of their questions could be answered.
I’m so grateful for the knowledge that is revealed to us through the Book of Mormon and modern day prophets. I’m grateful for all of my blessings and I am so lucky to be here sharing my faith with the people of Italy.
Have amazing weeks!
And see that all these things are done in wisdom and order; for it is not requisite that a man should run faster than he has strength. And again, it is expedient that he should be diligent, that thereby he might win the prize; therefore, all things must be done in order.
[su_slider source=”media: 5140,5139,5138,5137,5136,5135,5134,5133,5132,5131,5130,5129,5128,5127″ limit=”35″ link=”image” width=”800″ height=”800″ title=”no” pages=”no”][/su_slider]