Anyway, we had a meeting with the Stake President and President Corbitt. It was a great meeting. After the meeting President Corbitt gave us a ride home. On the way home I asked for his permission to let us baptize Fany even though she had only attended church 2 times and they are supposed to attend 3 before baptism. He was thrilled that she was wanting to be baptized and gave his blessing. He had met her the week before when we took her to the temple and he knew she was ready. So on Saturday we baptized Fany, her daughter Shantel and her son Emmanuel. I have never in my life felt the spirit more strongly than at that baptism. Everything went perfectly. Hermana Castillo (my old companion) even got to come. Fany was so prepared and has such a strong testimony already it is amazing.
They were confirmed on Sunday. In Shantals blessing she was told that she would help many people come into the gospel, and Emmanuals said that he will prepare to go on a mission. I feel so grateful to be part of this chain, and for the knowledge that just from my mission generations can come unto the knowledge of the truth. We have already received a few references from people who have baptism dates. I am so happy, my joy is full! When we met with them after church on Sunday Shantal was already talking about how excited she is to go to seminary. This family is so converted to the gospel and so ready.
I am so blessed to see the miracles and the changes that these people go through to be an instrument in the hands of the lord. I love this work and the happiness it brings to me. I recommend to everyone to serve a mission. There are things that I have learned here that I never could at home. I would not trade this experience for anything.
D&C 88:77 - "and I give unto you a commandment that you shall teach one another the doctrine of the kingdom."
Fany and her children