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Hi I'm Rebekah Day

& I'm a Mormon

About Me

RM status. California San Fernando, Spanish speaking. I'm pretty much always laughing or smiling, and you better think I'm funny. I kinda play the piano and flute, definitely need more practice...I really just jam out to my air guitar and lipsync though. I love tennis and other sports, but pretty much you'll see me geeking out over technology, books, board/card games, or playing with a bunch of kiddos. I grew up in a small town in New Hampshire and I absolutely love New England, and I can't wait to go on adventures and travel some more after my mission! I never really planned on being a missionary, but now that I am out here serving the Lord, I am eternally grateful for all that is surrounding me, all that I am learning, and all the blessings we have with this gospel!

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up LDS, and over the years I have learned more about this gospel and have gained a testimony of its truth. I love this gospel and I don't know where I would be today without it. I love knowing with all my heart, mind, and strength that our Savior and Redeemer Jesus Christ is always there for me, listening to my prayers and helping me through life. It is wonderful knowing that I have an eternal family and that I can see my loved ones again. I feel a strength and power each morning when I read the Book of Mormon as it testifies of Christ. I feel blessed and loved to know that there is a living Prophet on this Earth today, providing us revelation and guidance so we can return to our loving Savior and have joy in this life. I love to learn about the Restoration of this true gospel and I know that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the true gospel on the Earth today and I know this because of the Spirit which testifies to me and because of the faith that I have been expanding. This church changes lives and I testify of its truth. I am grateful to have this gospel in my life and I am excited as I strive invite others come unto Christ and feel of his love and peace, and experience the promised joys in this life and in the next to come.

How I live my faith

I grew up LDS, but your testimony really hits you when you seek for those answers for yourself. I learned the importance of being a good example, of being there for those I love, and saw the miracles and blessings that come from being an active member in the church. But really, I think the coolest thing is, I learned how to be a better person and I learned who I am and who I want to be. I have the wonderful opportunity to continue to share this gospel that I love and continue to learn as I serve a mission in California :)

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Rebekah Day
When someone is baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, they are also confirmed with the gift of the Holy Ghost through Priesthood Power. A testimony is a spiritual witness given to an individual through the Holy Ghost. A testimony is built off of this individual's faith and knowledge of principles that they have come to believe and strive to learn more about. A testimony is the list of what someone believes to be true, what they have learned and come to know, and what has been confirmed to them through personal revelation through the Holy Ghost. Show more Show less