There's a recently found investigator of ours that's been taught by missionaries some time before. We found him on the street and have been teaching him. They told us they really want to change. They really want God in their life. He's ready to experience the atonement of Christ. He told us about a miracle that happened to him Friday. He's got a rough history and summing it up, they were arrested Friday. He knew he had to face his punishment. He told the police he'd accept it. He was mocked and ridiculed. He told us how he prayed to the Lord in the midst of the mocking and asked God for deliverance, that he was ready to change his ways. He said he didn't know what came over the police, but they miraculously (like no miracle I've ever EVER heard of before) told him they'd let him go. He couldn't believe it. He came to church on Sunday and told us his story. He just said over and over how he wants to give his life over to God and to become a better man. He knows God's giving him a second chance. I've never in my whole mission witnessed so much faith and dignity and humility in a person who was so willing to accept his fate whatever it may be on this earth because he knew that nothing would be worse than facing judgement with God. His heart was racked with fear, like Alma, for his judgement. Please pray for him at home. I won't give his name at this time, but he needs help. He wants to change. He needs a way to start over, not just spiritually, but temporally as well and he's ready to do it.