Anyways it's been cool to be able to get to know some other missionaries, to see some of their struggles and really just think about how we can help them become the missionaries the Lord would have them be. It's been a very humbling experience, and it'll be a good one, though I will definitely miss working all the time every day.
This Sunday a member decided to bring her friend to church, and I have honestly never met anyone as prepared as [J]. In Sunday School he starts to explain he fall of Adam better than I've ever heard it explained by any member, so much so that the teacher asked him if he was a member. Then in Priesthood he just whips open the scriptures as if he's been reading them his whole life, and he says to me, "I feel like I've been here before, I'm just super comfortable here". Yeah, crazy! Then we went to the VC with him later that night and he said the same thing, he was literally at the point of tears, and he understood why we do baptisms for the dead the first time we explained it to him. Super crazy! It was incredible to see how God prepares people.
Unfortunately he will also still have his struggles, as well as his girlfriend. His girlfriend has a crazy life... Honestly one of the saddest I've probably ever heard, it almost brought tears to our eyes just to listen to her tell her story. Still, the power of the atonement is very real, and while it will be a process to be able to heal, I'm confident that she will one day be fully healed and be a completely different person. It was a really cool week, and it went by incredibly fast, we're extremely busy, and we're trying to work and plan hard. Hopefully the Lord will continue to pour out the blessings and we'll be able to organize our time sufficiently to be able to all the things that the Lord requires of us.