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Hi I'm Emilye Messerly

I'm a music lover. I'm a learner. I'm trying to be a little better everyday. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently serving a Spanish speaking mission in the Kentucky area. Before my mission I was majoring in Exercise Science. When I get home I will finish my degree and go to Physical Therapy school. I'm passionate about taking care of the beautiful bodies that God has given us. The systems inside our bodies truely denote there is a God! I love music. Singing it, playing the piano, or dancing to it. Love it! Combine my love of exercise with a good playlist and there is no stopping me! With all that said, my family is the most important thing in my life. Just give me a night of games with my family and I'll be happy. The time I have spent away from my family on my mission has only made me appreciate them more, and realize what a blessing it is to know I can live with them FOREVER after this life!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I love my family. I want to live with my family forever, and the thought of being without them is too painful to bare. The gospel gives me a chance to be the best person I can be. The scriptures give me the formula of how to be the happiest I can be. I'm Mormon because a life without the gospel would feel empty. I'm Mormon so that I can look forward to the day I will stand before God, and know that I did all that I could do.

How I live my faith

Right now I'm living my faith more than ever before. I am a representative of God, and I am preaching the gospel to as many as will hear me. I try to find ways to improve my thoughts and actions to be more like Christ. He was the perfect teacher; I am not. But he is helping me improve as I try to be more obedient to his commandments. I live my faith by serving someone in need of help, and loving others as Christ would have loved them.