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Hi I'm Kelsie

Hi my name is Kelsie and i am a Mormon. I will stand as a witness of God at all time and in all thing and in all places

About Me

I LOVE doing art, i love painting! I've been doing art since i was little. It can open your eyes to the beauty all around you, the beauty god has created for you to enjoy. I'm the oldest of 7 in my family. I love being a friend to all those around me. And i love being a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been blessed so abundantly by following our Heavenly Fathers commandments. Our Heavenly Fathers gave us commandments so we will know what to do and what to avoid in order to receive blessings he wants to give us (joy, peace of conscience, lasting happiness) And i know that this is the true church because the Holy Ghost has testified it to me time and time again. "I will stand as a witness of God at all times and in all things and in all places." God is our Heavenly Father. We are His children. He has a body of flesh and bone that is glorified and perfected. He loves us. He weeps with us when we suffer and rejoices when we do what is right. He wants to communicate with us, and we can communicate with Him through sincere prayer. He has given us this experience on the earth so we can learn and grow. We can show our love for Him through our choices and our obedience to His commandments. Heavenly Father has provided us, His children, with a way to be successful in this life and to return to live in His presence. However, we must be pure and clean through obedience in order to do so. Disobedience moves us away from Him. Central to our Father’s plan is Jesus Christ’s Atonement. The Atonement included His suffering in the Garden of Gethsemane as well as His suffering and death on the cross. Through the Atonement we can be freed from the burden of our sins and develop faith and strength to face our trials. I want to bear my testimony that i KNOW that this is one and only true church upon this earth today. And i KNOW that Heavenly Father and our savior Jesus Christ lives. And the Book of Mormon is the true. And the the Holy Ghost real and is always there when we need him. And that our Heavenly Father is always with us and will NEVER leave us. And i know he also love each and everyone of us very much!

How I live my faith

WE ARE DAUGHTERS of our Heavenly Father, who loves us, and we love Him. WE WILL “STAND as witnesses of God at all times and in all things, and in all places” (Mosiah 18:9) as we strive to live the Young Women values, which are: Faith • Divine Nature • Individual Worth • Knowledge • Choice and Accountability • Good Works • Integrity • and Virtue WE BELIEVE as we come to accept and act upon these values, WE WILL BE PREPARED to strengthen home and family, make and keep sacred covenants, receive the ordinances of the temple, and enjoy the blessings of exaltation.

Mormons believe Jesus Christ is their Savior. Why do we need a Savior?

Kelsie
You can be forgiven of your sins through the Atonement of Jesus Christ by the process of repentance. Because Heavenly Father knew we would sometimes make wrong choices, He provided a way for us to be forgiven of our sins (John 3:16). He provided a Savior, Jesus Christ, who suffered for our sins in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the cross so that when we sincerely repent, we can be forgiven (Book of Mormon, Mosiah 4:6). When we sincerely repent, we: Confess the sin to both God and anyone who has been harmed by our sin. In cases of serious sin, confession needs to be made to the proper priesthood authority. Ask forgiveness from God and from anyone we have harmed. When possible, repair the damage we have done. Forsake our sins. Strive to keep the commandments. Sincere repentance brings peace and forgiveness. God has promised, “Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and I, the Lord, remember them no more” (Doctrine and Covenants 58:42). Show more Show less