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Hi I'm Sabella Thompson

I love to swim. I love kids and kittens! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived in Florida my entire life. I was born in Pensacola. Right after I was baptized at the age of 8 into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, my family and I moved to Orlando. I have two brothers; a younger and an older. I am the middle child and the only girl. We have two cats that play a big part in our family. Both of my parents are from Texas and I love Texas! My mother is TexMex. She is a mexican born in Texas. She comes from a mixed latino background. My father on the other hand is an all-time American. I love both spanish and american food! I grew up watching both of my brothers play ice hockey. I got into music at a young age. I enjoy playing the flute. In high school I played the flute in marching band and then became drum major my senior year...I had such a blast! WE should never give up our musical talents that our Heavenly Father has given us. I also played Water Polo; I love to swim! My first job was teaching kids how to swim and it was absolutely wonderful. I enjoy the life of being a college student. Two of my greatest satisfactions are to make others laugh and to make others feel special.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family where both my mother and father are members of this faith and I am very grateul for that. However, my father became inactive when I was about 8 years old. Growing up, my family was never the family to have family prayers, family home evenings or scripture studies together. As a kid, both my brothers played on travel ice hockey teams, so Sundays never really involved church, Sundays involved travelling to ice hockey tournaments. Luckily, when I got to the point in any child's life where peers can become a bad influence, my brothers stopped playing ice hockey and my mother started to take me and my younger brother to church again. I choose to stay a Mormon becuase I've prayed to find the answer whether this gospel is true and I have received the answer in so many different ways.Through reading from the Book of Mormon, through prayer, through seeing others with/without the gospel, through hyms, and definitely through the love of other members of this faith and through seeing how our Heavenly Father has blessed me. I LOVE BEING A MORMON. I know this church is true. The gospel standards that are taught every Sunday in church feel my heart with the spirit of our Heavenly Father, guide me into doing what is right and just makes me want to be a better person. The peaceful feeling I get when I'm in Christ's true church and when I hear our prophet of God on this earth speak is just unfathomable. Each and every one of us has a special purpose in this life.

How I live my faith

I strive my very best to live my faith in EVERTHING I do so I can become more and more like our savior, Jesus Christ. It says in the Book of Mormon, "..as ye shall keep the commandments of God ye shall prosper in the land.." I know that if I strive to live up to the gospel standards and strive to be like Heavenly Father and his son, Jesus Christ, He will bless me and I can live with Him and His son again some day. I have realized that if I start my day with a prayer and scripture study as well as end my day with a prayer and scripture study not just because I am supposed to but WANT to, each and every day will be better and I can share blessings with others. No one is perfect, we all stumble and make mistakes. But how wonderful it is to know that we can repent and be forgiven through Jesus Christ and his Atonement. What a blessing our Father in Heaven has given us! I also live my faith by serving a full time mission. I leave soon to serve in California for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I decided to go on a mission becuase I want others to have the happiness that I have becuase of this gospel. I want to be like Chirst in every single way possible, and Chirst's entire life was a mission in serving others.