Sunday, October 4, 2015

July 27, 2015

27 July 2015

Hello all,
So we have a new rule in our mission that we only get an hour to email so I'll try and write as much as I can but if I don't respond to the personal emails, that is why.
We met with Gábor and talked about the temples. He is golden as always.
We also met with the Sueék. We tried to teach about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and they liked it but they used to meet with the J-Dubbs and I they had a rough experience when they told them they weren't interested after listening to them for over a year. So I think they are scared to meet with missionaries again because she told us they weren't ready to commit to anything. But they are wonderful as always.
We met with Remi. She hasn't been to church the whole time since I've been here and I don't think she is reading or praying anymore. We're kind of stumpped what to do with her but she is super sweet. We'll see, and keep praying.
We met with Zsolt. He is such a great great guy but unfortunately he had some rough experiences when he was a kid that make him feel like he isn't, which is hard because he still feels like he needs to repent. The sad thing is that we know he has repented and has gained forgiveness but he needs to forgive himself and those that have done the wrong to him. We cannot gain forgiveness from God until we are willing to forgive ourselves and move on. It is definitely a difficult thing to try and help someone understand but he is fantastic and so ready for baptism. He said he wants to be baptized in december which is better than in a year so we'll see as he progresses what happens.
We met with Zsolt again and talked a bit more about repentance. He is so fantastic and I just want him to realize he is a good person.
We met with Zsuzsa. It was a quick lesson but we helped her download the LDS library app and the Hymn book app too and she LOVES the mormon tabernacle choir so we helped her with finding that. She is great. And she read!!
We met with the Laciék! They are fantastic. They just aren't reading or progressing. It is just heartbreaking when you love someone so much and know that the gospel could change their lives and they aren't willing to even try. I sang a little bit with their son though which was fun and Bube made us szilvás gombóc (or plum balls, basically a plumb inside of this potatoe dough deliciousness)  Ugh, they just need to progress!!


We met with Roli. He is great as always. He passed the sacrament in a new suit at church on sunday and his two little girls were there with him too! It was so great. We are so proud of him.
We had angol óra. It was good. There was a new guy from budapest and he also came to sport nap and church. I guess he used to go in budapest so we'll see if he progresses anywhere!

with Rankin at zone training. LOVE THIS GIRL!!

We had zone training and the APs came. Zone training was great but after the aps made an announcement that we aren't going to have angol óra for the month of august because President received revelation that we shouldn't have it. It was surprising at first but I think it is going to be good. It will weed out the eternal investigators and hopefully give us an opprotunity to meet with people more individually.

We met with the Márkék. We talked about scripture reading and gave the kids charts to color in when they read a chapter out of the childrens book of mormon.

In the morning we went to the piac (or farmers market) with Zsuzsa and we saw Zsolt there selling their produce with his mother. They are super super nice and were so excited to see us and gave us a big bag full of spinach, plums and blackberries. They are the best.
We met with Piroska. She has a real problem in her leg and was having a rough time walking but she is doing good. Love her to death.

We had church which was great.
Then we met with the Laciék again. Bube made us chicken liver (thats right, I ate liver) and tiltott paprika. They hadn't read again so we read alma 32 with them and I bore testimony hardcore and they still were the same. I just don't know what to do with them. I love them so much but they aren't progressing. We'll see.
Well thats about our week. I love you all and hope you have a great week.

Sok szeretettel,
Heath Nővér

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