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Hi I'm Matthew Daley

I'm a Thespian. I'm an Otaku. I love nature in all of her beauty. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a farmer, and a carpenter. A singer, and a poet. I write based upon the muses that come into my life, and dream larger than most people dare to believe. I am single, but currently unavailable. Sorry, ladies. I love theatre, art, anime, movies, and of course, the gospel of Jesus Christ. I laugh easily and heartily at almost anything that amuses me. I have one of the deepest voices I have ever heard. I am one of the deepest thinkers I know, I love photography. So much to know about me, and about my religion. How about sending me a message to know more (about either, but more preferrably about the gospel)

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the gospel, baptized at eight years old. But I wasn't always strong in the gospel, neither did I truly believe it when I was a teenager. It has only been through my trials and tribulations, and the conquering of such challenges, that I have honestly become converted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in body, mind, and soul.

How I live my faith

I am currently on a mission to St. George, Utah. Yes, I know I wasn't sent very far. I use the principle of service the Lord gave his disciples in my everyday life. I always try my best to find service opportunities, not so that I can increase my public standing, but so that someone somewhere can feel by some unseen hand that the Lord has blessed their lives just a little bit more.

Why was a Restoration of the Gospel needed? Haven’t we always had the Bible?

Matthew Daley
John 8 states: the testimony of two is true. The New Testament and The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ are the two Witnesses of Christ; one in the old world of Jerusalem, and the other in the Ancient Americas. The Old Testament, though it is truly wonderful, never actually mentions Jesus Christ by name, only by Title, so without the Book of Mormon, the New Testament stands alone, and by the law of two or more witnesses, does not complete the witness of Christ's divinity. Show more Show less