I had an experience on my mission that I will never forget. I was in the city of Dandenong, Australia. It was a cold and rainy day. We had tracted all day and had not found much success so we looked forward to our dinner of fish and chips; they taste so good in Australia. We bought our meal wrapped in brown paper and went to sit down on a bench. The warmth of the food and the smell made our mouth water with anticipation. Just as we were ready to eat a homeless man, smelling of alcohol and looking very hungry, came over to ask for money for food. We had spent all of our money and told him so. We also judged him as one who would spend the money for alcohol so we really did not want to give him any money even if we had any. He left in a hurry looking embarrassed. As we sat there, we both realized we could have given him our food! We did not feel like eating our dinner after this and we got up and looked for him to give him our food. But he was nowhere to be found. I thought of the scripture that said people “entertain angels unawares” and felt we had been tested to see if we were truly the Lord’s disciples. As we went to people’s homes that night to teach them about the gospel, we did not feel like His representatives at all. I will never forget the heart-felt prayers I said that night asking for forgiveness. I vowed that night that if anyone ever asked me for money for food, I would give them food. I was grateful for the experience I had a year later when I was visiting San Francisco with friends. A homeless man came up to me, again smelling of alcohol, and asked for spare change for food. I did not hesitate at all, even with his alcohol smell, but I immediately jumped at the chance to help him – I think this startled him. We went to a local convenience store and I bought him an apple and some cheese. He was thankful for the food. I was grateful for this opportunity to be free of the guilt I felt for that mistake I had made in Australia as a missionary. Repentance is a great blessing and I am thankful for the gospel, which helps me to be free from the guilt that comes from making mistakes.