So this week was better than last week. Only a little better as far as numbers go but much better as far as I feel. T he start of the week of the week went pretty much the same as last week. In the first three days we had 0 lessons. T hen on Thursday President came for interviews. He blanched me and Elder Thueson big time. He basically told us that there is no reason that we should be getting the numbers that we're getting and that we must be missing something. After the interview we felt pretty crappy and down on ourselves. But we figured that he was right and that there must be something that we need to change. We decided that we were going to be exactly obedient to every rule in the mission no matter how weird it may seem (and there are some weird ones). I can now honestly testify that blessings come when we are exactly obedient. I'm not saying that BOOM we had tons of lessons everyday and everyone wants to be baptized. But we definitely felt the hand of God more in our days.
We are visiting a less active member named Moises. He has a business that makes custom t-shirts and stuff so we're making some t-shirts for our zone. They're going to say Iré y Haré. Which means I will go I will do. We got it from 1 Nefi 3:7 which says "Y sucedió que yo, Nefi, dije a mi padre: Iré y haré lo que el Señor ha mandado, porque sé que él nunca da mandamientos a los hijos de los hombres sin prepararles la vía para que cumplan lo que les ha mandado". I only have it memorized in Spanish, but I'm sure you all all ready know it. We picked this scripture because it's my favorite scripture and it really sums up the mission for me. As missionaries we have to have this mentality of Iré y Haré. Throughout our days we may feel discouraged or feel like there is nobody out there for us to teach, but we have to remember that the Lord doesn't give commandments to us without preparing a way for us to do them. I love you all and hope you have a great week.