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Hi I'm 'Alisi Falahola Heitonga

I grew up in Friendly Island of Tonga, I went to school in Liahona High School graduated 2010. I'm proud to be a Mormon

About Me

I born and raise as a Mormon,I love to play volleyball and also i love meeting other people because i love to smile and help everyone. I love my family very much and i always love to spent time with them at home and anywhere.

Why I am a Mormon

Born and raise up in the gospel of Jesus Christ.I believe that this is the true gospel of Jesus Christ and it had been restored back again to this earth through the prophet Joseph Smith. I love this gospel and I don't know what I would've done or where I would've been without it. This gospel had helped me to progress and to grow.I have seen so many blessing in my whole life and I can’t count or express it but I knew this is his plan for the Happiness of his children by knowing for myself that this is his true Church will find Joy, Happiness and Eternal Life.

How I live my faith

By reading, Pray and following the teaching of the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price and also listening the word of Living Prophets named Thomas. S. Monson and always have perfect hope for all the things that he promise us even tow we haven’t seen those blessing but he will! Because I know that he is a God that not lied and he answer my prayer !! And yes the perfect Examples our Savior and his Atonement's that could open the door to lead us back Home!

Why is it important for us to take care of our bodies? Why are our bodies called temples of God in the Bible?

'Alisi Falahola Heitonga
Close your eyes and picture a temple. What color is it? How big is it? Does it have any windows? Are there spires? How many?You are like the temple. we are different from everyone else, but we too are a house for the Spirit of God—the Holy Ghost. The Apostle Paul said: “Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? … The temple of God is holy, which temple ye are” (1 Corinthians 3:16–17). Your body is a temple for your spirit.Just as you treat temples with respect, you should treat your body with respect. You can do this by obeying the Word of Wisdom (see D&C 89), by dressing modestly, and by keeping your body clean. You should also keep your heart and mind clean by reading, listening to, and watching only “things that are pleasing to Heavenly Father” (see My Gospel Standards). Show more Show less