Category: Book of Mormon

It Is Safer To Stay On the Ship Of The Gospel

Staying on the ship of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the safest way we can cross the harsh ocean towards the Promised Land. If we ever find ourselves thinking of jumping off the ship to escape the terrible storms of life, we need to recognize that the storms are harder to deal with outside the ship.

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A Book We Ought To Read

As a person who prides in reading A LOT of books, I was struck by my father’s words: “You’ve been forgetting to read the Book of Mormon. It’s a book you ought to read every day.”

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True enough ❤️ Obedience brings blessings!
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Two missionaries went asking me for specific road directions. I told them that our place was the dead end street.

I don't usually welcome nor entertain religious preachers of any faith but I didn't know what happened. I just felt good to invite these missionaries to enter in our house.

When they taught me about the Book of Mormon, I was investigating if there was a contradiction to the Bible. In my past experience, I have met some preachers who said that their own version of the Bible is true and the original one.

Instead, the missionaries simply invited me to read, ponder and pray.
But as I read the Book of Mormon, I could find no contradictions.

Furthermore, I was separated for 12 years and I was living with another woman. When the missionaries taught me about the law of chastity, I asked, "How could I be baptized into His church?"

The missionaries provided me two options. It's either we go our separate ways or we'll wait for 5 years. I was willing to wait for another 5 years. But to make the story short, I broke up with my live-in partner.

I went back to site and asked for the missionaries to visit me again. When the missionaries once again found me, I told them I wanted to be baptized.


Originally I'm from Binmaley, Pangasinan but I was baptized in Tarlac 5th Ward, Tarlac Stake last Saturday July 15 2018.

— Antonio Estrellas
Tarlac 5th Ward, Tarlac Stake
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