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Hi I'm Danny Chabooka

l am Zimbabwean . l am a Mormon and l have a strong testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.

About Me

Currently l am serving a mission in my Country . l love my family so much and l enjoy playing Acoustic Guitar Music is my hobby . l love the Gospel of Jesus Christ .

Why I am a Mormon

l prayed with a sincere heart seeking for a answer from heavenly father if THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LETTER DAY SAINTS is a true church and l got my answer through the peaceful small and soft voice from the holy spirit . l know that l am in the right path and right destination and l would like to invite others to read the Book of Mormon and to take in consideration the councils of the Prophet and Apostles .

How I live my faith

l live my faith by serving others and that is one of the reason why l chose to serve the lord by going on a mission.

What blessings can we receive through the gift of the Holy Ghost?

Danny Chabooka
The Holy Ghost can bless your life in many ways. Christ promised His Apostles that the Holy Ghost would “teach you all things” (John 14:26) and “guide you into all truth” (John 16:13). He also said that the Holy Ghost “shall testify of me” (John 15:26). The Holy Ghost can inspire you with thoughts and ideas, warn you, and comfort you in times of sorrow. You may have already felt His influence at times in your life. That influence includes “love, joy, [and] peace” (Galatians 5:22).] Almost everyone has felt the Holy Ghost at some time. But there is a difference between experiencing the occasional influence of the Holy Ghost and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost. Although the Holy Ghost may temporarily comfort someone or reveal truth to them, the gift of the Holy Ghost is reserved for those who have been baptized and confirmed into Christ’s Church. This gift is the privilege of enjoying the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost conditional upon keeping the commandments. The gift of the Holy Ghost is given when a person is confirmed a member of the Church after baptism by someone having priesthood authority from God. It is given by the person having authority laying their hands upon the head of the person who was baptized and giving them a blessing to receive the Holy Ghost (Acts 8:14-18). Whether or not we then receive this great gift depends on our keeping the commandments of God. Show more Show less