So for pday we went to Prater Stern last week. There they have an amusement park rides and such. But here you pay individually for the ride not just a mass ticket and let's you on any but we went on the swings that take you high into the air and you can see all of Vienna from up there. It was super cool.
We had dinner with the Jevero family this last week, the mom is from England and so some of the things she said reminded me of the British that live in America...hint hint Emma Johnson... But not to name names .
So transfers have came and gone this last week. we picked the new comers into Wien and my new companion Elder Monson.
This week we met with Anita and Sam a couple who had previously met with the Sisters but now want to met with us due to the fact of they want to come into the English Ward and they did not know any of the new Sisters On Saturday We met with Niship who is a member of the church but we are helping him know more about the church and such. Then after quickly went to the church to fill up the baptismal font for an 8 year old baptism then go home start studies, leave and go to the baptismal interview for Luis and come home to finish most studies before our day was done. It was crazy traveling all over Wien!
Luis was baptized and confirmed this week! The Ward was so supportive of him and the have really taken him in as part of the Ward. It is fantastic when wards do that! One special experience this week was we had was a family in the Ward one of the sons needed a blessing but the father was gone and they recently moved here and did not know many phone numbers so at 8 in the morning we received a text asking us if we could go and administer to him. So we traveled as fast as public transit can and go to the need and help those who were in need.
It is interesting of when we are called to serve we can either accept it with an open heart and willingly go or with a negative attitude. When we go in a positive attitude we can see more of the bigger picture or well maybe not see more but we can see what we can do to help others!
One scripture this week that really stuck out to me was found in Mormon 5 verse 21, it reads, "And also the Lord will remember the prayers of the righteous, which have been put up unto him...".
I know Heavenly Father hears our prayer and he knows what we needed well as when we need it. We just need the faith to keep going and to continue to do what is right!
With all my Love from Wien,