In other news! We had one of the most spiritual lessons that I have ever been in last week! We taught Sister Humble the restoration. At the beginning we asked her how she was feeling about the church and she said that she like it, but still wasn't sure if it was the right one and needed to do more research. We shared the restoration and the first vision, she started to choke up and her eyes started to tear up. Then she just burst out bawling for 15 min that was only interrupted by exclamations of "Thank you God!" And "what is this feeling?" And "I knew there was a reason I was brought to Utah!". We asked her how she felt after she had ebbed the flow of tears and she, still sobbing, told us that she was feeling the most overwhelming feeling of love and warmth that she had ever experienced in her life and that she knew the church is true. We testified that is was the spirit and invited her to be baptized, she said of course, and she is now preparing for the 5th of March. After we had all wiped the tears from our faces (we were all crying), she said, Elder Walker, I knew from the moment you shook my hand 3 months ago that there was something special about you and that you would somehow be a great blessing in my life, thank you so much. I broke down and started crying (don't judge, real men cry...sometimes) and then testified that I knew that everything that she had gone through in life had been to prepare her to receive this message and that I was happy that I was able to meet her and share this gospel message with her.
I just want to testify that I know that the spirit will bring us answers to our questions. I know that this message of the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the most important message anybody can ever share, and I challenge all of you that you will plant a seed and those you talk to will eventually find the gospel and receive a witness from the Holy Spirit of Truth. I leave that with you in the name of Jesus Christ Amen.
I love you all and I hope you have a great week!
Elder Walker & Elder Walker