Oh conference, aren't you just the best.
This marks my third general conference on the mission. It was pretty cool, I was a little sad that they didn't announce any new temples, but I guess it makes sense that they want to finish making all the temples that they already have announced first. Conference is a lot of time spent at the church; we were there for about 6 hours on Saturday. Down here we always watch conference in Portuguese so we can stay with our investigators. I liked the talk by Elder Henry B. Eyring, especially the part where he welcomed anyone who was invited by the missionaries, our investigator looked over at us and said "Hey! He's talking to me!"
Our investigator is just the best, we should be having her baptism this Saturday, which is exciting. She went to all 5 sessions of conference, even the women's meeting. She's already read the Book of Mormon all the way through once and is on her second read; mind you we've only been teaching her for about 3 weeks. She has however, been one of the most challenging investigators in the sense that I may not have all the answers to her questions. Like the other day she read this scripture: Genesis 6:4
4 There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare to them, the same became mighty men which were of old men of renown.
She had the following questions:
1. What does the phrase "sons of God" mean ( e.g. angels or people) and what's the difference between them and "the daughters of man?"
2. Where do giants fit into this scripture and what was their relationship with the sons of god and the daughters of man?
For those of you who don't know, there is no section in Preach My Gospel that gives a thorough explanation as to what this scripture means, so I was la bit caught off guard but I came up with a sufficient answer. Anyone who can give the correct answer gets 10 Reais.
So we're hoping everything goes well for this Saturday.
It was also cool to hear that our mission President Gonzaga was called to be an Area Seventy!! Way to go President!
Really that's about it for this week, we'll be preparing our investigator for her baptism and we should end the transfer on a high note. That's it for this week. Until next week!!!!
|Mungunzá, which is corn, coconut milk, with sugar on top, it's really really good.|
|Some little girl asked us to draw her a picture, so this is what we drew.|
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