From: Elder Jonathan Fischer []
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 9:21 AM

Too Early Querido Família, Boa Tarde de Brasil!! Está semana foi rápida de novo!!!

Eu estou muito feliz por que nos temos um batismo esta semana.

This week went by fast. There was not two many highlights this week. It was kinda sad though because one of our investigators cancelled his baptism because he had to go to Cabo Frio to visit his grandpa who was sick. But, im hoping he will still be baptized this month. J But that Sunday, we had a great fast and testimony meeting. One of our investigator bore her testimony. It was so great. The spirit was so strong. Its awesome because her and her husband will be married 3 of January and baptized later on the same day!! She really is a great person. Her aunt was baptized in may with her husband. They are going to be great leaders in the church. It is really great to see someone grasp the gospel and realize the truth-and really follow its teachings. Its like watching a child grow.. haha.. I can´t even imagine how our Heavenly Father feels. J

Also, the weather took a different turn. It stopped raining and warmeedddd up!!! It has been really sunny lately. O and this past Wednesday we played soccer. It was really fun. The stake center has a court. We played with one of our investigators and his cousin, and some kids from the wards. It was fun. Its amazing to see how good some people here can dribble the soccer ball.

Well, im excited for this week because we the Lord has blessed my companion and I with a baptism. Arnold, and his son will be baptized this Friday. He has been investigating the church for 3 years. It's a blessing to help him. Hes a great guy. His oldest son Lucas, 11, was already baptized. His kids are really cool. The Lord truly has blessed me and my companion. Well, that's my week. I hope you are all doing well. I received pictures!! Its great to see everyone. Especially the photo from last Thanksgiving...Brings back the memories. O mom, I received my lenses. Thank you so much. !!! Até semana que vem!

Com amor,
Elder Fiscer

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