So last night we were supposed to have an appointment with a man named Jose. We rode our bikes to what we thought was his house and knocked on the door. Another man answered and we told him we were looking for Jose and he replied that Jose had just moved out a month ago. This was clearly the wrong house but we taught the man at the door anyway. We decided that it must have been the house next door, so we knocked on that one and a short, young man answered and when we explained we were looking for Jose he replied "Oh, my younger brother, he's not here right now". The Jose we were looking for was a grandfather, so this was also the wrong Jose but we taught that guy also and we followed a similar pattern for the next few houses, not ever finding Jose but meeting a lot of potentials. For those of you serving Spanish speaking missions, asking for Jose is usually a pretty good door approach!
So after that we went by another investigator's house (whose name is also Jose), and had a great lesson with him about the Book of Mormon. I asked him if I could read something from his Bible that he had on his table and the page I opened to had a huge picture of the Virgin Mary, which was ironic because I read James 10 with him, which talks about how there is only one Shepherd, but different flocks.
The rest of the week we spent in meetings, which was really good but my companion and I were excited to find Jose at the end of it.
Hope you all have a great week!