Our first little miracle came right after P day ended last week. Elder Seamons and I were tracting, and neither of us was really in the mood. I wasn't focused at all and I wasn't thinking about helping the people we were meeting. I asked Elder Seamons if we could say a prayer and we did. I felt a lot better after the prayer, and when we went to the next building, the door was open. We decided to go in, and the first door we went to we found someone who had gone to English Class before and still had a Book of Mormon that the missionaries had given him. We got to share the Restoration with him, and the whole experience really strengthened my testimony of prayer. If we hadn't prayed, we wouldn't have had the spirit with us to help us.
We've also had some cool experiences teaching people. Rozália really wants to get baptized on October 8th and she's been preparing so much. It's really cool to see how much she loves the gospel. She wants to learn so much and she reads a lot from the Book of Mormon every day. Her husband, József, won't be ready because he can't come to church and he has some Word of Wisdom problems, but we're going to keep working with him. Things are great here.
I've got some fun pictures from this week. The first two are of Szentkirály. It's 15 ish minutes outside of Kecskemét. It's crazy. We go from city to way spread out houses and farms so quickly.
The other pictures come from our other adventure this week. We went to teach a Less Active that lives in Kiskunfélegyháza. It's 28 kilometers south of Kecskemét, so we had to get President Szabadkai's permission to go. We had a fun time going there and it's a really pretty city. We got to share the restoration and first vision with Jenő, the less active. It was a cool experience. We'll see if he wants to change and come back to church.
Other than that, this has been a good week. I read Jacob 5 this week, which was really cool to read as a missionary. The Lord has given me part of His vineyard to work in, and it's important that I follow His instructions and commandments in carrying out His work.
This week has been great. I hope everyone is doing well.
Love you all,