Sunday - I was still sick but determined to be amongst the biggest crowd I have ever been in (witnesses that is) to listen to the special talk given by Brother Guy Pierce of the Governing Body. What an awesome experience - we sure felt quite humbled by it all. Of course we didn't know too many people but that didn't matter - everyone is your friend in the truth eh?
Loved the point Brother Pierce made about when we are talking to characters of old in the new world - they will be asking us lots of questions about what it was like living in these last days.
He said they won't be asking us how much money we had in the bank or mundane stuff like that - but what we did to help people learn the truth, will be more interesting to them. Food for thought!
After we got back from the stadium - after having walked for about 4ks looking for a taxi (which I have to say I was scared about taking as we are always warned by the branch not to flag taxi's down in the street because there are pirates among them and they will rob you)- we thankfully had a late checkout at the hotel and could have a much needed cold shower. Guayaquil humidity is a killer!
We didn't get home till about 9pm which made it a long day. I am home today because I think it set me back a bit and I have now just about lost my voice. Problem for no one but me!!