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Hi I'm Jeremiah Robinson

I am an actor, a musician, a missionary, a freind, a brother and son. I love life! I know God loves all of us! And I am a Mormon!

About Me

I am am from Ogden Utah. I come from an awesome family of five. I have two little brothers and my Mom and Papa that I love spending time with. I love the arts including listening and playing music on the violin, mandolin and ocarina. I enjoy movies I enjoy being outside and being inside. Doing things with family and friends is the best thing ever and it is all thanks to my Father in Heaven and his son Jesus Christ that I have all these joys in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church but like everyone else, I had to gain my own testimony that what was taught was true. When I was in my teenage years I felt very lonely and worthless even though I had friends and a loving family. I knew that the church taught that God is always there and that he loves us all but I wasn't sure if that was true for me. So I spent a lot of time praying for that confirmation. It didn't come as soon as I asked, but one day during sacrament meeting, the hymn "how firm a foundation" was played which is based on Isaiah 41:10. After hearing that song and reading that scripture, an undeniable feeling of love enveloped me and I knew from that point on that this church was true and that God was there and that he loved me.

How I live my faith

I am waiting to go on my Mission in January so i get to do a lot of studying and preparing for that. I get to think about how I can use what I learn at church in the mission field. I also have friends who are not close to the gospel or not a member of my church so i get to be an example around them and teach them what I know in ways that are not strange or different

Are Mormons Christians?

Jeremiah Robinson
To be Christian...CHRIST-ian...is to believe in and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. The common misconception is that we worship Mormon or Joseph Smith. Both are important prophets, but they are not divine beings. Show more Show less