These past, well, nearly two weeks, have been pretty good. We're getting fed pretty well, and we even got to have dinner with the bishop and many other members who don't normally get to have the missionaries over, which has been a blessing. We've also been visiting many less active members, in hopes that we can help reactivate them and maybe even start teaching some of their nonmember friends and family.
We also went bowling again for our P-Day, which was really fun, and we got to go to the temple too. Other than that, things here have been pretty much the same as usual.
Something that we learned during the broadcast that I guess can really apply to everyone is about faith and action. An investigator needs to have a desire to know more, and a willingness to act, in order to receive and answer from the Holy Ghost about the truthfulness of the gospel. That applies to all of us though. If we are praying but we're not really willing to act on the answers or guidance we receive, then it's probably in vain. Sometimes we might not be happy with the answer we receive, and it might not be what we wanted, but when we are willing to follow the will of God regardless, then He'll bless and guide us and we will receive our answer through the Holy Ghost.
Thank you for all your love and support, Happy (late) Australia day!