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Hi I'm Nicolé Morris

I'm an 18 year old aspiring journalist, who lives in England, and dreams of travelling around the world. And, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm 18 years old, and aspire to be a journalist, and dream of travelling around the world, consuming the many different cultures out there. I enjoy reading novels and love the "escape" from reality that they provide. In my life right now, I have just finished studying 5 A-levels, and am working towards saving money for the university of my dreams; BYU-Idaho. I was always told to "Never give up on my dreams" and always put the Lord first, and this is something that I have great faith in. There are two scriptures in The Book Of Mormon that I strive to live by, as their words are not only powerful, but remind me that I am a daughter of the most high; these are: Moroni 10:23 and Doctrine and Covenants 115:5.

Why I am a Mormon

Throughout my life, I have seen many different miracles come to pass, whether this be personal or an account shared. I feel the divine love of Christ in my life and know that he watches over me, every minute of everyday. The Lord does not want us to fail; he wants us to return to him- and so, he is there to constantly direct us in thought and action; we just need to be there to listen to the still small voice that is provided for us. In the world today there are many people who feel as though they don't fit into the mould that society has created for us to live by- but The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints, is there to show us that it's okay not to fit in. The Lord loves each and everyone of us, no matter our differences or our backgrounds. The Lord loves us and his gospel brings great joy to my life, and the lives of many others. I always find it difficult to sum up in just a few words just exactly what the gospel means to me, and yet it is so simple: the Gospel is my life and I wouldn't have it any other way. I know that if I always put the Lords work first, and remain steadfast in faith, that everything will work out and I will be able to become the person I desire to be; constantly being an example of the Lords true church.

How I live my faith

Not a day goes by where I do not live my faith. My standards reflect my faith and make me stand out from my peers, in situations that would seem pleasing unto the world, and yet, are discouraged in the church. For the past 4 years, I have attended an early morning seminary class, in which we study The Book of Mormon, The Doctrine and Covenants, The Old Testament and The New Testament. During all four of these years, I received 100% attendance, not wanting to miss a single class so that I could continue to expand my knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ. At times where this proved difficult I persevered and in hindsight I am grateful that I did, as my testimony continued to grow and strengthen and has now provided me with the adequate knowledge that I need to teach the young children of the church, as we discuss teachings and principles of the Lord and his son, Jesus Christ. Scripture study is and always will be an important factor of my life. I have grown up, waking up to find my parents studying their scriptures together, and have had the opportunity to divulge in some of the best conversations with my Grandparents, about the truthfulness of the scriptures. But, one of the most simple principles of living my faith is prayer and the power of it. The Lord listens to our each and every word. He hears us and he is aware of us, and if we believe and have faith in this principle- the words of Moroni 10:23 will prove to be true.