"For we labor diligently to write, to persuade our children, and also our brethren, to believe in Christ, and to be reconciled to God; for we know that is is by grace that we are saved, after all we can do."
The 18th of March is gonna be an awesome day. I just hope that I'm here to see it all happen. You see on this day there is a family that we are teaching, this day is now their wedding date. And the plan is to do the wedding ceremony, get them hitched, and then have their baptism. They are awesome. It's been awesome teaching them. But there's just one little itty bitty problem. This week on Sunday we have transfers. So I'll find out if I stay or if I go. And if I go the probability of getting to be there for the day is somewhat low. So I'm gonna have to hope that I don't get transferred or that if I do I stay within Belém. If I leave Belém it's pretty much a 0% chance that I'll get to be there for said wedding. But I imagine most of you have seen us on the return trip from the marriage office thingy (Cartório). There was singing and 4 missionaries in the back seat of a car and it was some what of a tight fit. But We also had the baptism of these 2 awesome young men, Lucas and Victor. They are really special. Like, they understand the lessons better than a lot of people, and they are very curious, they want to know more about stuff, so teaching them is very easy, the hardest part is responding to the questions at times. But I was rather glad to be able to see them take this step. And I rather hope I can continue to see them grow in the church. I love you guys.