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Hi I'm Rencil

I am a Filipino. I am the only child of my family. I am an Isko. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am just a simple guy who loves the color Blue! I play volleyball as well, and believe me, I always play at my best when I am in the Blue Team. I can hit some notes and sing, I can get the groove on and dance, I can think of ideas and write, but I am totally imperfect. Imperfect, but trying, messed up but striving.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in covenant, meaning my parents were members and that they were married in the temple. I was raised in the church and was nourished to become a good son to my family. I may not be a perfect son to my family nor an illustrious individual of the society but the Gospel of Christ helped me become better, striving to follow the examples set by our Savior, Jesus Christ. The fullness of Gospel is in this church. My parents have done their part, and it was on my own when I have received such answer from God that the this church is true. I may not able see him in person but I felt the sweet holy spirit touch my heart affirming my belief that this is Christ's church and this church is true. And that is why, I am Mormon.

How I live my faith

God never failed to make me feel His presence. I had a lot of messed up moments where I totally felt like I was a rubbish, but whenever I pray, an overwhelming feeling always overtakes me, an overwhelming feeling of love, peace and comfort. I know that He is there. Prayer has been one of my greatest faith booster, believe me, as you pray, God will touch you and He will eventually let you know that you matter, that you are His precious son or daughter. He did that to me, and so will He for you. Moreover, reading the scriptures and going to church gave me the strength and the courage to become more faithful. Faith is a principle of action, we must nourish it. It is not enough that "I know", it is more like, "I know, and I follow".