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Hi I'm Lisa

I love to read good books, eat breakfast cereal, and laugh at funny stuff. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student who loves all religions, beliefs, people, and jellybeans. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ, and I love its message.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I feel happy, peaceful, clean, and good when I am trying to do what is right. Through Jesus Christ there is hope that I can continue to change and become a better person each day. The more I read and follow the words of God's prophets, the more I grow in faith and character. I am happy, and I know that trying to follow God is something that is helping me become a better person. There are some days when I´m not sure if I believe in a church, or in a God. On those days I make a choice about what I am going to believe in. I guess I am a Mormon because on those days I choose to believe in Jesus Christ. I choose to believe in goodness, and to believe in hope and light and in God´s love for us. A prophet in the Book of Mormon taught that if it´s too hard to believe in something, if you can´t make sense of it in your head, you can start with just hoping that it is true. And maybe, just maybe, if you keep hoping and trying to follow God, your hope will start turning into belief. I´m going to keep trying and hoping and believing and moving forward with God, because that is what I choose to do. I choose God and I choose life and I choose happiness. I choose to be a Mormon.

How I live my faith

The more I put my faith in Christ, the more faith I am given. I wouldn't believe it if I hadn't tried it, I really wouldn't. You have to actually believe in Christ, read the scriptures, and trust that your testimony will grow. And it does. But the moment you stop, that is when doubt and fear set in. So you cannot stop! Never stop believing or having faith.