It really was "an unforgettable visit" from Elder Dallin H. Oaks, Elder Arnulfo Valenzuela, and Elder Joel Martínez.
Elder Oaks walked into the room where we were waiting patiently to take a picture with him and said "Well this looks like a good group." He is such a friendly, kind, energetic and charismatic person. It was very easy to recognize him as a true servant of the Lord. After the picture we filed out of room one by one and were able to shake all of their hands. When it was my turn Elder Oaks gave me a good firm handshake, and I dont know how he did it, but pronounced "Poll" correctly.. for the first time in my whole mission someone pronounced my name right hah. I was chosen to sing in the special musical number/choir with a few other Elders and Sister missionaries which was really neat. We sang "Creo en Cristo" or "I Believe in Christ," which was a tender mercy for me because it has always been a special hymn to me.
They then spoke to us and pretty much talked about finding new investigators, teaching repentance and baptizing converts.
I really loved a part that he spoke about repentance that it isnt always connected with sin, but it is always connected with making a change. Sometimes we are scared to repent, but it is always a positive process. He told us how important it is to be "full-time missionaries" and promised us that if we teach more we will baptize more.
I know that God loves us and guides us by calling prophets.
Con mucho amor