Monday, January 26, 2015

The final one!!!

    Im glad to hear how everthing is going well back to home. I cant believe how big everybody is getting. But i guess that is what happens when two year passes by. Tan, me perece que tiene un buen equipo y est├ín ganando a ful. Bien hecho hermanito, ¡¡siga siendo un capo!! There you go tan, now you can use your google translate skills to read that haha! Jordy and Naes, sounds like you had an exciting week on the court. Keep it up! And Jess, I heard that you met Aubrey Tanner the other day in the temple. She was in my MTC district and then i was her DL at one point here in Argentina. It is a small world!
  Well this is it, the start of my last transfer in the mission. Im staying here in Retiro with Elder Hernandez to finish it off. I honestly can believe how the time has passed by. Jordy, you asked me in your letter if, now that im finishing the mission, if it has actually been the best 2 years. It is a little dificult to fully explain, and it would probably take a few weeks to do it. But it a more simple way, yes!!!!! It truly has been the best times of my life. It is bittersweet knowing that it is coming to an end. It will be sad to leave this place and Argentina has now captured a special part of my heart, but im also excited to see all of you again and to see what else the Lord has in store for me. But hey, i still have 6 weeks left. Which means 6 weeks more to work with everything i have. 
   Well, this week we kind of started from the beginning once again. Focusing on finding news, but people who were very interested in listening to us. And that was when a member, Hermana Flores, gave us a reference for her inactive daughter Valeria and her husband Enzo who isnt a member. A while back the missionaries visited Valeria and while they were teaching her, Enzo was listening from the other room. He was interested, but the missionaries never passed by. We were able to meet with the both of them this past week and it was an incredible lesson. We taught them the Restauration and they both were just listening so intently. At the end of the lesson Enzp told us about how his life he has been Catholic, but never really liked the teachings and they never really called his attention. But he told us ´´but when you two taught me this lesson, it really touched my heart´´. In the end he accepted a baptismal date for the 21st of Febuary. He is such a great guy and has some great potential! This experience really showed me that the Lord is going to guide us to those who are prepared. We are always going to have some of those tough times when we dont know what we should do, but if we can trust in the Lord and keep going strong with everything that we have, we will walk in His footsteps and find His lost children. What an amazing blessing we have to have such a perfect guide and example to follow. 
   I hope you all have such a great week and can always walk in the footsteps of the Lord. I love you all so much!!

Elder Wengert - W9

1. Please dont take your horse and carriage on the freeway.... only in Argentina haha!
2. San Martin!!! The soccer team here in San Juan haha. 

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