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Hi I'm Kyle

I play basketball sometimes. I'm serving in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission. I'm made of Clay. Bless your heart. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Kyle Buhler. I grew up in Salt Lake City for the first 9 years of my life then we moved to Pleasant Grove In 2001. But have lived in state of Utah my whole life. I listen to Metalcore, and Mo-tab. My family means the world to me. I have five sisters and two brothers. If everyone around me is happy, I'm happy. Currently I'm serving a mission In the Georgia Atlanta North Mission. I love the people of Georgia. What I'm most interested in life is Architecture and Nuclear waste. There is something about nuclear waste that makes me smile and I love designing homes. I have always tried to work as hard, because there is always something more to accomplish. If I haven't accomplished anything I feel guilty. My favorite sport to play and watch is Basketball, and I love to flip pancakes. My favorite colors are blue, and Grey. I look forward every day to finding those who are ready to be a better disciple of Jesus Christ. Those who are willing to accept truth. I believe that this world is a place that we have to live in, but not a place that we have to be a part of. We can make this world a better place by striving to live the way that the rest of the world does not, that is Natural. I reminded myself each day that Heavenly Father is omnipotent, omniscience and omnipresent. He knows when a pine needle falls to the ground. Good thing we cant comprehend how much he loves us!

Why I am a Mormon

Well one church has to be the correct church of Christ; God is not the author of confusion. And The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only church that makes sense to me. Mormons are the happiest people in the world because truth brings happiness. Those of the Methodist faith are pretty happy people too. I am also Mormon because I have personally received an answer though the Holy Ghost that The Book of Mormon is true, through reading and praying about it sincerely, and with that confirmation I know that Joseph Smith was and still is a Prophet of God. I know the best way to live your life is though the gospel of Jesus Christ, and without it I would be lost.

How I live my faith

How I live my faith is trying to have the most Christ like attributes that I can have. And service is one of the ways that I show my faith in Christ. Currently serving a Mission, I'm looking for different ways that I can serve the people of Georgia and the members in the ward. I love showing my love for others by helping them out. But my mission is the greatest way that I show my faith. Inviting all to come unto Christ by helping them receive the restored gospel so that they can enjoy some of the same things that I do. Which is the gospel of Jesus Christ and Eternal Life.

Why do you have 12 Apostles? They were just meant to be around for the time of Jesus Christ, not to be replaced with new apostles.

Everything that Jesus Christ did was in obedience of what his Father asked him to do. Jesus Christ had established the church exsactly as the Father wanted it on Earth on the Foundation of Apostles and Prophets. He called 12 as we read in Matt. 10:1. We see that as soon as an Apostle is killed or dies someone else is called to fill that vacancy, because 12 is the amount that as been established. Jesus Christ originally called Apostles spread out and preached the Gospel just as they did and they could not communicate fast enough to fill the vacancy of the killed Apostles, as a result the Church eventually fell into a state of apostasy. Some of the Apostles realized this and testified of this Apostasy for instance the Epistle of Paul to Timothy in, 2 Timothy 4:3-4. Because Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father are the same yesterday, today, and forever he has now called apostles at a time in which the church could not fall. If they changed or stopped doing what they had always did it would be impossible for us to have faith in him, and he would not be able to save his children. We have 12 apostles today for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the church of Christ. (Eph. 4:12) Without 12 Apostles the doctrines and teachings of Christ will eventually change over a period of time. God doesn't love his children more anciently, then he does now. The Apostles bring us hope and peace! They will help us on our path back to Him. Show more Show less