"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth!" Isaiah 52:7

Monday, February 3, 2014

Ok this week... wow what to even say. haha we've been having the craziest time but thats ok. its been awesome and really adventurous. On Monday we moved apartments so that was exciting yes we still live in a palace. I can't even think what happened this week. We had an awesome lesson with an investigator family Friday night and I am really excited to see their progress. We are hoping they will get baptized in the next few weeks, but we will see. Thank you all for your fasts for the rain- its been a miracle, we still need a lot more but every little bit helps. On Saturday we had a cool lesson with this woman named Mercedez. So she was taught by missionaried in 2010 but never got baptized so her teaching record was in our area book. Last week I was going through all the former investigators since 2004 and pulled out any that have  come to church. Usually thats an easy way to weed out people willing to keep commitments. So then during weekly planning on Friday we called the names I had gotten to make appts. Then there was this woman named Mercedez- she had never gone to church so I seriously have no idea how she got taken out of the area book. But we called her and set up an appt. She was like oh yeah im having a garage sale tomorrow you should come. So I thought it was kind of a joke and was like man this is kind of a waste of time. But as usual I was so wrong. We meet there and shes like oh ive been waiting for you all day! We had an awesome lesson and the Spirit was so strong. She had breat cancer so the missionaries couldn't teach her back then because her life was just too crazy but now she is really interested and wants to know more. We are super excited  for it. Miracles are happening all the time. Sister Arias and I are doing great, but please keep us in your prayers. We are facing a lot of trials in our area. I can't really talk about it in email, but our area is dangerous. On Thursday we are meeting with the Chief of Police in San Jose to figure out if we should stay in our area or not. Don't worry we are being very safe and please don't call President Watkins because you are afraid for my safety. But just keep us in your prayers even more than usual.
Otherwise nothing else to really report. We are working hard and constantly striving for exact obedience. Luckily we don't have an underground railroad of elder sister letters in our mission. Sheesh. missionaries sometimes kill me.
Love you lots
Hermana FIschetti

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