Sorry, I don't have a lot of time today, but this was a great, miraculous week.
We had New Years Eve at the Østergaards. We were allowed to stay out
until 1am. It was fun, they had two families from the ward over as
well. We had appetizers, dinner, jumped off couches and chairs at
midnight and played Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in Danish. Oh and we
star gazed (it was out in the country) and got to see a panaramic view
of all the fireworks in the cities in the far distances surrounding
os. Pretty cool. Here, there are no rules, pretty much, regarding
fireworks... there were also a lot of fires because of that, but we
are all safe.
We were allowed to sleep in until 9am and then had studies and did the
bi-yearly deep cleaning and then were back to Work at 6pm.
We had a miracle day on Saturday. We taught 4 lessons with 4 different
members to all of them. That is RARE at least in Denmark. Anyway, one
of them we had planned fell through and we had a girl from the ward,
Alma with us. I really wanted to be able to have hear experience
teaching someone with us. We tried to visit a less active, they were
not home, tried a previous investigator, they were not either. Then,
we prayed we could find someone, asked Alma where we should go. She
closed her eyes, spun around and pointed. We went that way. The first
3 doors were not interested, but the fourth, she said she would love
to come check out the church. We told her about the Book of Mormon and
invited her to read Ether 12. She's going to and wants us to come
back. Alma said the closing prayer. It was a miracle :)
Love you all! Happy New Year!