This week just had some interesting but fun events. Elder Picard got a cyst on his butt. So we went to the doctor and he had to get an ultrasound and stuff. Anyway between calling Sister Morrise and the area doctor and stuff things ended up sounding maybe a little more serious than they actually were, so they almost sent him home like the next day, but after talking with the area doctor directly sending a picture and a measurement and stuff he just has to take the medicine and make sure it is getting smaller which it is. Then when he gets to America he can get it removed. So that was just some drama this week.
Then we were supposed to meet with Zach, but he was giving a responsibility on the base without much instruction. So he had to escort a bunch of Koreans who do repairs on airplanes and stuff onto base. But he left to do some work elsewhere, not knowing that was like super against rules. So basically the military police arrested all the Koreans, got statements and I think maybe even arrested him. But I think everything is okay now! But that all happened when we were supposed to meet, so we just were stuck waiting and trying to still get on the base so we could at least get to the member’s house and share with them a message which we eventually did.
Then Grace and Kevin were going to Seoul this weekend so they couldn't meet on Sunday either! So that was sad. But on our way home on Sunday night we happened to run into them on their way home from Seoul, so that was awesome to see! A small little miracle. :)
I have been reading Jesus the Christ recently, and there have been a few things that stick out to me. One being just how perfectly everything fits together. Christ knows what is coming, and his teachings all build off of each other with amazing connectedness. Then I love a few things about the resurrection. One, that the first three people he appears to are women. Then that the next two are not the apostles but the two on the road to Emmaus. Just to faithful people who were discussing the scriptures. God truly is no a respecter of persons. He does also instruct the Apostles enough to lead his church, but he doesn't put them over the normal faithful men and women who follow him, in fact he appears to them first. (although probably less.) haha.
This week has been good! I love you all, and love hearing from you!
Hurrah for Israel!
Daniel James Sabey