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Hi I'm Nathan

I grew up in Utah. I am fascinated with the workings and functionality of the human anatomy. I am a proud Mormon.

About Me

I was born into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I enthuse about the functionality and ability of the human anatomy, and this eager participation brings me closer to God and Jesus Christ. I am eager to serve a mission and live faithfully as a Mormon. I love to write, bake, and play the piano. I enjoy associating with other people, attending weekly Church meetings, and showing my talents.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church and have never considered it. On multiple occasions, I have been confirmed the truthfulness of this Church and how it offers the sufficient knowledge I need to continue through this life. I love my Church and its members and the love that they provide. I am grateful for the unselfishness of many members, including those who confidently faced the destruction caused by recent disasters. I believe and know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints contains true teachings of Christ, the most sufficient teachings any church can offer. I know that Jesus Christ suffered on the cross for us and was willing to give His life for us. I know that I have so many forgiving and strong leaders of this church that are willing to sacrifice their time to offer apostolic witness and testimony.

How I live my faith

I try my best to demonstrate to others of my love towards my Church and my willingness to not condone behavior that I deem unfulfilling to my religion, including profanity and other unnecessary behavior. I am a proud member of my Young Men group and am willing to help others when they need it. I love to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through my actions and behavior.

What is faith?

Nathan
Faith is an essential aspect of the LDS religion, and many people have questions concerning it. Those who research the LDS Church may have read the Bible before, and there is answers contained within this sacred text. Mormons believe in the (correctly translated) Bible, the King James version, and in Hebrews, contained within the New Testement, Apostle Paul says this: "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen" (Hebrews 11:1). Faith, as Paul explains, is the "substance of things hoped for" and "the evidence of things not seen". Faith is something that gives a witness of things that are hoped for and is the evidence of things not physically seen. Show more Show less