We contacted alot this past week and found this couple named H and C. I guess you could say they are "dry mormons" which basically means they know almost everything about the lessons and the church but don't want to get baptized. H was talking to us alot about his hobby of diving with a spear gun out in the ocean and spearing huge fish. He showed us some pics and it looks really cool. They have had really awesome experiences with missionaries. They love it when we come around. They want us to help them paint their house and do other stuff. I was so happy because we are always asking the people if we can help them or do something for them and they always say no. So I'm pumped to help someone!!
Also our investigator J has alot of horses and he says he has to cut grass alot to feed them. We asked if we could help him and he brought us and gave us machetes and we were cutting a ton of grass. It was fun using a machete. I might buy one but not sure yet. After we went to his house and he said he had some doubts about tithing. We shared lots of scriptures from the Bible and Book of Mormon showing him the commandment and then expained to him how we should follow this commandment correctly. Every person can see the wrongful use of this commandment in other churches so he was wondering how the Church is doing with it. I was happy that we could definitely say that there aren't problems and that not one person in the church recieves money for what they do. It is for building God's Kingdom on the earth and much more.
The church is perfectly true. Read your scriptures, say your prayers, and go to church so you can have that strong foundation.
Elder Cody Anderson
Puerto Rico San Juan Mission