We once again taught Gospel Principles in the Spanish Ward. The lesson was supposed to be on the Atonement, but we decided to teach about faith. It went really good. A long-time member shared a story about how she had a knife that she loved to use for cooking because it was sharp and could just get the job done, but one day, it had fallen into a box that she had thrown away. She looked everywhere for it for 3 or 4 days then finally decided to pray about it. She then had the thought to check in the box she had thrown away. She thought that would be ridiculous, but she decided to follow the prompting and she found it. She kept saying it was a silly story, but we were able to use it and analyze it to show what she did to exercise her faith and what God did to answer her prayers. It was a reoccurring theme throughout the lesson that we used to teach that a huge part of having faith is acting and not just praying and waiting for something to happen. She had to get down on her knees and pray then follow the inspiration she received....the knife didn't just appear before her. It was a really good lesson.