Monday, June 1, 2015

                                                                              Leaving one house.........
                                                        ...and enjoying the view at the new house.
Hello, my loves!

Well, on Tuesday night after we got home, we got a phonecall from our housing coordinators and they said, "okay sisters, we are gonna move you out of your apartment tomorrow at 2:30!"   errmm...what? We knew that we were going to have to move soon because Sister Belnap's daughter was going to need to move in.  But they didn't need us out of the apartment until June 1st, so we were thinking we still had about a week until we were to move.  But nope! So we packed everything up on Wednesday morning and had that entire thing emptied of our stuff, furniture, food, dishware, everything! And they packed us all up and moved us to the Long's house. They live all the way up by the sky resort. It's kind of far away from everything and it kills our fuel efficiency to drive up that steep mountain, but they have a really nice place for us to stay, and I am more than grateful that they have opened their home up to us!  We miss Sister Belnap, but the Longs are a great family, so we are excited to stay. (Plus they have dogs! :D I love living with pets again!)

The tough thing this week has been that people have been so busy the last few weeks, we haven't been able to meet with many of our investigators.  But the good news is, we were able to find a few new ones! Found a great new couple that just moved in. They have a brand new baby and aren't really familiar with religion or Christ, so we are excited to teach them the first discussion tomorrow.  Plus we met Drew, the old man with a huge grey beard that can be seen riding his horse up and down the streets of Inkom.  This week he was even taking his horse for a stroll in the rain.  He was very friendly, but he is baptist so wasn't interested in the church. But hey, we met Inkom's famous bearded horseman!

I love the Lord. and I love his scriptures. The more I have been able to immerse myself in the scriptures this week, the closer I have been able to get to Christ.  I've been reading in the New Testament lately and just marking it up like crazy.  It makes me appreciate the men who took the time to record the life of Christ. But it also makes me realize how much was not recorded, and how much there is still to learn.  It makes me grateful that we have modern day revelation and that we knew there is more that the Lord is yet to reveal to mankind here on this Earth! 

I love you guys soooo much!

Have an awesome week!
God Bless,
Sister Moreland

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