Anywho, because of scheduling and complications, they will be married, baptized, and confirmed tonight in one little ceremony. It should be quite evening, but if this is what the Lord wants, then I am all for serving Him in whatever way He desires. Just send a lot of prayers this way.
I think this whole ordeal is for me to learn some lessons more than anything. "Seriously Harry, these [investigators] are going to kill me." (10 points for whoever can name that movie!) I am ever amazed at how much growth there is for me as a missionary. However, it is not discouraging at all. Potential is an exciting thing, especially when I look at the people in this area. They want a stake here and I can completely see it. We are really big into visions here and we recited the "Vision of the South" everyday. An excerpt:
"One day the South will baptize more people into the church than all other English-speaking missions in the world together."
It is going to happen.
Other than the drama of this weekend, I was a part of a companion exchange for a couple of days. Sister Tenny and I were reunited and what a reunion. Love that girl and she is an incredible missionary. Going through an experience such as opening an area and both of us still in training will bond two missionaries like nothing else. Sister Tenny is in Winchester so I went down there and had a ball like I always do when I'm in that area. I'm telling you, don't be surprised if Winchester, TN is mentioned in General Conference.
All in all, my brain is fried.
WILL YOU share your favorite scripture with someone this week?
Blessings my friends, blessings.
Sister Neener (: