Scott our investigator is a personal trainer so we spent one morning working out with him. He worked us super hard. I have never thrown up after exercising until last Thursday. It was terrrible. Unfortunately he isn't really making any progress, and he is in love with a married member of the ward. It is and interesting situation. We invited him to read the Book of Mormon and to pray about it, He told us he would consider it.
Anthony is coming closer to baptism. He is having a hard time understanding the Book of Mormon but he said this last week that he know that an ordinary man could not have written it. So that was cool. Then at a dinner appointment we asked a family in the ward to pray for our investigators. At the end of our lesson with them we ended with a prayer. Then at the end, a sister in the ward, was in tears and asked us who Anthony was. We told her that he was just one of our investigators. She then said that he was going to be baptized soon. That was pretty cool. Everyone else is slowly progressing.
I think it is important to remember that we are God's hands. We can be instruments in his hands to answer others peoples prayers. We need to be good examples. It is hard, but people see the difference. That is how many people come to the gospel. I love this story and thought I would share it.