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Hi I'm Daisy Jacqueline Corona

Im a loving and caring daughter, Sister, aunt and friend and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I consider myself a lucky girl to have been born in the US to humble and goodly parents that taught me the wonderful values of love and respect towards others. I grew up in a beautiful town in the state of Jalisco Mexico named Jocotepec, located by the lake Chapala. Even though i was born in the US I feel and consider myself very mexican and i am grateful to have had the wonderful oportunity to walk the streets in the town my ancestors lived before i was even born. Years later my family decided to return to the US . This transition was very dificult for me because i dint know the language . Luckily time past and i began to understand enough to get by. However my stay in Los Angeles was very interesting because of the area we lived in , the crazy and loud " South Cental LA " . I know the Lord was watching over me because despite of all the drug use and sexual promiscuity that surrounded me I was never involved. Something inside me always reminded me to choose the right and dont give into temptation. Years later my parents took a trip to Arizona and they loved it and so our family decided to make the change and move to The State of AZ.

Why I am a Mormon

It wasnt untill i was in my 20's going out with friends doing what everyone arround me was doing that i starte to feel as if something was missing but i could quite figure out what it was . It wasnt until started visiting with my cousing who was going through a rought trancition that led her to rely on our savior Jesus Christ for help and she began sharing with me her experiences and how reading the bible learning of him was helping her gain faith and devotion towards him. At first i ignored it i thought this was nice but it wasnt for me but one day something happened i felt as if someone told me to listen and so i did. When she left i felt a decired to feel what se felt so i began to read the bible and learn of Jesus Christ . As i began to do so i began to feel a desire tofollow him and find a church that would lead me closer to christ. Gaining a testimony of his atonement (suffering ) was definitely a turning point. All my life i was told that Jesus died for me but i never quite understood what it meant but it was untill this point in my life that i earnestly seeked to undestand what that really meant. After much heart felt prayer and suplication to know the true i reseived a very sacred and powerful witness of the atomenent that compleately changed my life. My heart and entired being was shaken with so much anguish, Icouldnt understand why someone so pure and perfect would suffer that way for me. In that moment i made a promise to change and to try to be a better person although i knew i could never be able to repay him. A few months after ,I came across The Chrurch Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints . I learned of their doctrine and felt in my heart it was where i needed to be so i decided to ne baptized and although it was a hard decision because i knew that Joining the church would bring rejection from my family members i knew with my heart and the knowledge of what i had studied that i had finally found his church .

How I live my faith

I am curently preparing to serve a full time mission in south america Ecquador Guayaquil and this has been a wonderful tender mercy from the lord.

What is the Book of Mormon?

Daisy Jacqueline Corona
The Book of Mormon is another witness that Jesus Christ really lived, that He was and is God’s Son. The book contains the teachings of Jesus Christ, testifying of His Atonement and His love. It supports and verifies the Bible. This book suports the bible in the most plain and amazing way . The Book of Mormon concludes with a great promise that those who read it and sincerely pray about it can know by the Holy Ghost that it is true (Moroni 10:4). Show more Show less

Who are the Mormons?

Daisy Jacqueline Corona
Mormons are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which was organized in 1830. Mormons believe the Bible and Jesus’ teachings in revelations to modern-day Apostles and Prophets. Mormons believe that their church is the same as the original church Jesus established when He was on the earth (see Ephesians 2:19-20, 4:11-14). The name ‘Mormon’ is a nickname because of the Church’s belief in the Book of Mormon (ancient scripture revealed to and recorded by prophets in the Americas during the same time the Bible was being written in the Old World.) Show more Show less