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Hi I'm Krosbi

Is crunk a word? Can I say that?

About Me

My name is Krosbi Moesinger. I was born in Springville Utah, where I developed a little bit of patience and a whole lotta sass. I was raised in dirt, with a deep hatred for combing my hair, and the phrase "tough it out" embedded in my soul. Traveling the world is the dream, but I'll settle for a job at National Geographic or a comfy couch in the Celestial Kingdom. I am a master "Friends" quoter. I excel at bad jokes and delayed reactions. I have a strong belief that honesty is the best policy, especially if it's accompanied by bad disco music and/or enchiladas. I'm the most easygoing, uptight person you'll ever meet. And I hope that I'm a Mormon or this profile would be pretty pointless.

Why I am a Mormon

There was a point in my life where I thought I had it all figured out. I was content with being mediocre. Through different life experiences, Heavenly Father showed me that He was not content with my mediocrity. He wanted me to be more. To have more. He wanted me to be better. To have better. But over all I know He wanted ME to want those things too. So He showed me the way. He did it through people. He did it through experiences. He did it through my thoughts, my feelings, and most importantly through the consequences for my decisions. I was shown the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I didn't understand it in the beginning. There are still things I don't understand. But I took hold of it hoping that it would fill the void in my heart. And it did. Because of this Gospel I have found more direction as to who I can be, why I need to be that person, and why I need to go the way God wants me to go.

How I live my faith

The testimony I've begun to develop in God and in Jesus Christ, started not too long ago. The beginning of all knowledge that allows us to exercise faith in Christ is a correct knowledge of His characteristics. Understanding that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ are just, patient, charitable, loving, etc, has helped me better understand who I am and who Gods children are as well. As I've started to know who God and Christ are, it has allowed me to become more like them, and to humble myself before them, by acknowledging that all things come from them. I'm still a million miles away from "living my faith" perfectly, but line upon line, precept upon precept, I'll get there.