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Hi I'm Sarah Scoggin

I grow up in Prattville Alabama. And i help out at all aboard with special need is a teacher. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi There Your All. I enjoyed play game by lot at night or day also i work with computer at home by doing type or help out a friend also i write story out and on Facebook also i like to drawing out art work and I'm very great at for sure and i like to singing out by voice with music also dance and i reading book also lot more thing now.

Why I am a Mormon

I grow up is a child in to a great lady is I'm a Mormon now. And i was in hospital by lot is grow up in child year of be sick also more and i never give up by stay strong like i keep fight with my health but i keep stay strong also my Jra in every part of body by health but with my prayer and all with the faith in heart and spirit i stay strong also with reading the Scriptures by the book and all for sure. I enjoyed life now. Also i use a wheelchair and for long place like the shop mall some store place but i try my best at walk also ran and try to doing yoga and bit of kung Fu by work out bit to stay strong and all like that. I enjoyed by a help out at bowl by the call all aboard i work with special need there by very helpful is a teacher. At hard on day for me to get up and go for the day and all in the morning also weekend right now. But i try my best in life now. And i say prayer at night before bed time for my friend also cats and more people also family. But i like to work with computer also play game and drawing art out also singing out by with the music also dance and like watch movie also make jewel and lot more thing. I try my best of help out my mom in life at home with thing and all also cook food sometime and more. Also i have be in newspaper is i was grow up is a child and all in to a lady i work hard on all thing for sure now.

How I live my faith

I'm part of the youth of the church, and I live my faith by keeping the standards I know are expected of me. I've made certain choices that seem a little odd to many of my high school friends. Also I don't drink. And I don't smoke or do drugs. I don't drink coffee. I don't watch movies with adult content, or listen to music with suggestive lyrics. I don't swear. I go to church every Sunday. I pray. Also I love the standards that I live and I know that they are set to bring me greater happiness. I'm try my best in the church ward with the thing also clear up and all. Also i like help out at art work also make jewel and lot more thing to also right now. I know that the standards that Mormons live are instituted to bring us joy. And I know from experience. Also I know that they help us to live a clean, uplifting life and I know they are inspired. I know that they help me feel the Spirit every day and bring me closer to Jesus Christ. Above all, I know I am happy.

What is faith?

Sarah Scoggin
To have faith is to “hope for things which are not seen, which are true” (see Book of Mormon, Alma 32:21 and Hebrews 11:1). Each day you act upon things you hope for, even before you see the end result. This is similar to faith. Faith in God is more than a theoretical belief in Him. To have faith in God is to trust Him, to have confidence in Him, and to be willing to act on your belief in Him. It is a principle of action and power. The Book of Mormon prophet Alma compared faith to a seed. If you plant a seed and nourish it, if it is a good seed it will grow and eventually bear fruit (Alma 32:28-43). It is the same with faith. If you are obedient to God’s commandments, study His word, and have a desire to believe in Christ, faith will grow inside of you. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Sarah Scoggin
In “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” many Mormon beliefs about families are outlined. One of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ core beliefs is that family relationships can last forever—not just for this life. Just as some of life’s sweetest joys can come through family associations, the loss of a beloved family member can be a source of our deepest sorrows. But death does not need to be the end of our relationships with cherished loved ones. The Lord revealed to the Prophet Joseph Smith that the “same sociality which exists among us here will exist among us there [in eternity], only it will be coupled with eternal glory” (Doctrine and Covenants 130:2). Family members who accept the Atonement of Jesus Christ and follow His example can be together forever through sacred ordinances performed in God’s holy temples. Jesus gave to Peter the power to have things sealed on earth and sealed in heaven (Matthew 16:19). This same sealing power was restored to Joseph Smith. Mormon’s believe that they can be “sealed” or bound together through His power enabling them to live together in eternity. Show more Show less