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Hi I'm Lia

I grew up in Malaysia. I Love to share my feeling about God. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

About me, I will share with you all what is interesting about me. I have 8 siblings and two parents who are very love to me. I was born of a simple family. I'm not so smart in school but I'm so actif. I have many hobbies. during my school very much involved in all kinds of sports available. I love sport and I was good playing the high jump. my game is Ping Pong, Basketball, Volleyball and I love to dance and sing. Now I want to venture into muzik. I Will learn guitar and piano. I am very grateful for my interest in this property. Thank to God to give me this. And I will all this in my church.

Why I am a Mormon

I know this Church is true becouse I Have Learn,Study all about The Book Of Mormon and The Church.My Family are blesssince we join this church.we change very much.

How I live my faith

Now I was called as second counselor in the church's kelaskanak. I received many blessings in this ministry. I also have been called to serve as a missionary and now in Vancouver, Canada Mission.

What do Mormons believe is the purpose of life?

Lia
od, your Heavenly Father, has prepared a marvelous plan for your happiness. When you realize that God has a plan for you, it is easier to understand why you are on this earth. God wants all of His children to progress and become more like Him. This time on Earth provides opportunities for you to grow and progress. Coming here allows you to: Receive a physical body. Exercise agency and learn to choose between good and evil. Learn and gain experience that will help you become more like your Heavenly Father. Form family relationships that may become eternal. By following our Heavenly Father’s plan, you—like all of His children—can someday return to live with Him and with your loved ones. You can have greater peace in this life and eternal joy in the life to come. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about “eternal life?”

Lia
Heaven is the place where God lives and the future home of those who do God’s will and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. The hope of our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and the purpose of life on this earth is to teach us and prepare us that we, along with our families, might live with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ eternally. After we are resurrected we will be judged and rewarded for the things we have done in this life (see Revelation 20:12,13). Jesus Christ taught His Apostles that in His Father’s house are “many mansions” (John 14:2). Our loving Heavenly Father is anxious to reward all of His children according to their obedience to His commandments and their willingness to follow the Savior. Those who do these things and are worthy to return to the presence of God and Christ become “heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ” (Romans 8:17) of all that the Father has. They will return to live with Heavenly Father and with their families in His eternal glory. Those who choose not to follow our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ will receive a reward according to what they have done in this life, but they will not enjoy the glory of living in the presence of God. Show more Show less

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Lia
Much of what is done in the Church is to bless and help those who are not Mormon. The Mormon Church has donated more than $1 billion in cash and material assistance to 167 different countries in need of humanitarian aid since it started keeping track in 1985. Many of these countries have few to no Mormons, but are also non-Christian. More than 53,000 Mormon missionaries serve through the world today. All of their service is to help those who are not Mormon. Joseph Smith himself taught that we are "to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to provide for the widow, to dry up the tear of the orphan, to comfort the afflicted, whether in this church, or in any other, or in no church at all." Show more Show less