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Hi I'm Mason Stewart

I love Utah and all the many things I do there. Raised in Lehi Utah. I play the Euphonium, I'm a dork and I love being a Mormon.

About Me

I'm 21 years old. I have lived in Lehi, Utah pretty much my whole life but I have traveled to most of the Western states as well as, Illinois,New Orleans, and Arkansas. I love music, not really sure why. There is something so great and grand about music that effects almost everyone so deeply. It's amazing. I love rainy days! I love to Snowboard, paintball, and I love just being around the ones I love. I play the Euphonium, Trombone, Tuba, and a little bit of Trumpet..... Tiny bit. In high school I was part of the Wind Symphony, Jazz Band, Marching Band, and also the pit for school musicals. I try to be the go to guy that my friends can come to with whatever problem they are dealing with so I can do my best to help them. In the future I would love to have a career in music but. . . . still not sure how I plan to do that or even if it is the right thing for me, but other than that I'm just a normal 21 year old guy trying to life life to the fullest by trying to exemplify Christ's love in my life by serving others. I served a two year mission in Spokane, Washington

Why I am a Mormon

Why I'm a Mormon. It's a fair question. I was raised in the church all my life and in all honesty for a long time I never questioned what I was taught. I went to church, read my scriptures and did everything that I was taught to by my parents. When I was about 16 I felt a strong desire to know if what I had been living all my life was true or if it was just lies. So I started by just routinely praying and just not worrying about it. But I realized later that if God was going to answer my prayer I needed to show him that I truly wanted to know and act of the knowledge that I would receive. So then I would pray, then read my scriptures (Book of Mormon and Bible) very thoughtfully, then I would pray afterwards with a sincere desire to know and act on the answer that I received. One night as I was praying and afterwards I felt this indescribable felling of comfort and peace and a clear mind. All my other worries, school, music, everything was pushed out of my mind and I could think clearly about these feelings. It is this that was my answer that the things I had been taught during my life were all true. I'm so grateful for this witness I received. I'm also immensely grateful for Jesus Christ. I know that he is my personal Savior and the Savior of the world. I know that it is only through him that we can obtain salvation.

How I live my faith

I live my faith as best as I can by simply helping anyone in anyway possible. To care for those around me and make sure that they have what they need. I try to continually strive to become more Christ like every day so I can better help my fellow man. I also love to just talk with anyone I can about life and be their friend no matter who they are! I most of all love to share the glad news of this gospel with all I know. Especially through music. Music has a way of talking to everyone all at once to effect them even to the point of tears or help them feel the greatest appreciation of our Savior Jesus Christ all through music.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Mason Stewart
Yes they can. What a glorious thought this is. To have the opportunity to not only be married till "death do ye part". In reality our marriage and family relationships can be continued after we die. This is one of the greatest blessings God has given to us his children. I look forward to the day that I can be married to a wonderful daughter of God for time and all eternity and what a glorious blessing that will be. The power and authority given originally to Peter from Jesus Christ is the power by which families can be together forever. In Matthew 16:19 it reads "And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven." this power was lost for a time but restored through Joseph Smith so that we may enjoy this blessing once again in our lives. Show more Show less