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Published: Monday, April 11 2011 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Cats
Somewhere in Time, UT

Wonderful story. Those who are sincerely seeking truth will be lead by God and will find it. I know many similar stories.

suzyk#1
Mount Pleasant, UT

To Cats: what you said is true and it just made me feel good inside to read this brother's story and testimony. Bless his heart for trusting in God and listening to the Spirit.

bwoods
Tucson, AZ

Great story. And I will be buying his games!

Serenity
Manti, UT

This wonderful story is also my story. I was raised in the Catholic Church, went to Catholic school grades 1-12 and in my later school years in school I kept asking the nuns questions which they couldn't answer.
I drifted away from God for several years and was lost. I couldn't go to my Catholic faith because it meant nothing to me. I studied other religions, but they didnt ring true.

I was in this hopeless state of mind when the missionaries knocked on my door. They looked different from the ones who have been inundating my home, so I asked them what religion they represented. They said: "Oh, we're Mormons". I remember laughing to myself. After all, I was taught Mormons were polygamists and polytheists. I thought that this should be good for a laugh.

But when they started talking and telling me about the Gospel of Jesus Christ it was something that I had heard before and I was just waiting for it to be put into words. The Spirit taught me more than the missionaries and the miracle of the Gospel came into my life.

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