We led blindfolded young adults around trees and picnic tables, and over large stones and pine cones. They had to listen only to the instruction that we gave, and we would lead them safely back. Elder Fingerle and President Charles were the voices of opposition, and at times were very persuasive. We realised that we had to be vigilant and put on the whole armour of God. In doing so, we would be more receptive to 'the still small voice' of the Spirit.