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Sarah Hyland, far left, and Lindsey Stirling, far right, present the award for top rock song to Lorde for "Royals" at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, May 18, 2014, in Las Vegas.

Wednesday afternoon, Lindsey Stirling, a Mormon dubstep violinist and YouTube sensation, posted a picture on Facebook with several missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Stirling also shared a link to a blog post she wrote in 2010 detailing her experience as a missionary in New York.

"It was hard but because I learned to love people so much," Stirling wrote, "I have never felt such heart ache and I have never felt so much joy."

The post on Facebook had several comments from Stirling's fans around the world, many of whom expressed appreciation for her standards and beliefs.

"I may be an atheist but I can definitely respect the good work these people do. If their god is a reflection of their behavior I hope I'm wrong and he does exist," Richard Ravenstvo Jackman wrote on Facebook.

Christine Marie also commented, "This is one of the reasons Lindsey is my hero. Her faith is what keeps her going and keeps her strong. I want to have that feeling someday too."

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