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Hi I'm Arielle

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm 21, I'm married to the most wonderful man in the world, and I am an Air Force wife.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to be a Mormon because nothing else makes as much sense to me. Every time I have a question there is someone to answer it, and the answer makes perfect sense. I've felt the spirit every Sunday when I attend church. The spirit has testified to me that the LDS church is the truest church, and I love everything about it. This is a church where everyone is taken care of, and there's is always something you can do to help others, or to better your community. My church teaches that we need to love others, and be tolerant of others, and my church stands behind that.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by loving others. I heard a quote once that states, "I want to be a window for His love." So I try and live so that His love shines through me and touches everyone else.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

Arielle
The entire Earth declares the presence of God. My favorite church hymn is "How Great Thou Art" and it states, "Thy power throughout the universe displayed." Our world is too perfect to have been created by accident. I do believe that God is a scientist, and that's how he made the world. His knowledge and power are perfect, so for Him, all things are possible. I don't believe that an accident created such a beautiful place for us to live. Every flower that blooms and every tree that grows points to a Loving Creator. Science is unfeeling. Science alone would have created a world for us to exist in and to survive in. Heavenly Father used his knowledge and skills to create a world where we can LIVE. Not just exist or survive. This world is made for us to enjoy and delight in. It's a beautiful and wonderful place for us to learn. So the very Earth and all things in it point to not just a Divine Creator. It points to a loving one, as well. Show more Show less