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Hi I'm Enoch

I'm a rapper. I'm a songwriter. I'm a producer. I'm an IT guy. I'm a family man. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to make music! I first started with heavy metal and various other derivatives of rock music. I bought a 1/4 sized electric guitar (because it was cheap) and started learning tablature. A few years later I was introduced to hip-hop music by a friend of mine. After that I found myself writing in my "rhyme book" during class. Today I still write songs and produce various types of instrumentals, in a hope that someday I will be able to do it full time, and have my music heard the world over. I am a father of one adorable child with a second one coming just around the corner. I've been married to my beautiful wife for three years now and I'm so glad that I found her :)

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church so I've always had it in my life. When I went out on my own, however, I realized that I needed to find out for myself if these things that had been around my whole life were in fact true. I went to church and I prayed, and I even studied other religions. After quite some time of pondering, praying, and rationalizing I came to the conclusion that I was really lucky to have had the church in my life from the beginning, and that I indeed was making the right choice by choosing to stay in the church. My belief was later strengthened further when I started dating my wife, and experienced some very strange situations during the process of her investigation and later conversion. I will not go not further details about it as the situations were a trying a time, but the experiences reinforced my belief in God and Jesus, and gave me an undeniable example that Jesus is the light and that his power always overcomes that of the devil.

How I live my faith

I do my best to make it to church every Sunday and ensure that I pray constantly during the week. I've found that it is much easier to just ask god about a decision that is bugging you or a matter that has you scratching your head then the ladder which is racking my brain in series of rational bouts only to end up wondering if I really know what I'm talking about. Ive also found that by following the rules of the church, I feel better and more liberated, not restricted. I believe this is because each rule has a purpose, that if followed, actually ends up doing you a lot more good in the end then just not following the rule. I relate this to following what we call the word of wisdom, which is really just a divine guideline for how to take care of your body and health.