Monday, December 19, 2016

Incompatible Compendium (MAD LIBS)

Incompatible Compendium
unit of time:_________________
adjective:  _________________
adjective ending in 'est':______________
verb ending in 'ing':________________
same noun as last time:_______________
he/she/it (corresponding to the last noun):______________________
he/she/it (same as last 'he/she/it'):________
famous historical person:________________
name of person in room:________________________
famous modern person:__________________
verb ending in 'ing':_________________

_________   ___________,  everyone! This week was a very ___________ one! Perhaps the
 adjective      unit of time                                                      adjective

_____________________ thing that happened was when we met a crazy ___________ while we 
 adjective ending in 'est'                                                                            noun

were _________________ in a(n) ____________ neighborhood a few nights ago. Well, when we
          verb ending in 'ing'               adjective

knocked on the crazy _______________________'s door, ___________ came out and showed us
                                    same noun as last time                he/she/it

pictures that were taped to the ___________. ______________! It was weird! __________ had 
                                                  noun             exclamation                           he/she/it

pictures of ________________________,   _____________________,  _____________________, 
                    famous historical person         name of person in room      famous modern person

and even a picture of a stuffed _____________ doll ___________________ a _____________.
                                                   noun                    verb ending in 'ing'              noun

What a(n) ___________ day.
So, anyway, sorry about that. It seemed like a great idea, so I tried it. In case you were wondering what the real story was, we met a crazy lady while knocking doors who had pictures of Jesus, Elvis, and a bunch of other macho-looking/famous dudes taped all over her door. It was a very surreal experience.
The Christmas season truly is great. Yesterday we got to go to a large musical Christmas event put on by our stake. Our investigator Rose came and we were able to show her the baptismal font afterward. She is way awesome, and will definitely be baptized on the 30th. The musical event itself was worthwhile, the performers decent. I am quite sure that some of the sopranos at least contributed to the legend of the banshee as we know it today (just kidding).
Anyway, I was thinking a lot about Joseph the (surrogate) father of Jesus Christ. I feel that Joseph is often overlooked in the nativity story. What an overwhelming responsibility, to be the earthly substitute guardian of the Savior of the World. How very inadequate he must have felt. How relieved he must have been to know that he could still marry Mary!
We know little about him, but we do know that he was a very good man, and followed the law of Moses. Anyway, my point is, many of you will do great things that will go overlooked by mankind. Do not worry about that! Our Heavenly Father sees every single thing that you do, and will repay you for all! I am so grateful for Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior! I am grateful for this Christmas season, and I am especially grateful that I can have this time devoted to God in order to serve him and help my brothers and sisters. I hope you all have a wonderful week!  ________________!
  farewell salutation

Elder Benge

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