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Personal Narrative: I Am A Mormon

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I’m a Mormon. I Believe in marriage in the LDS Temple. I Believe I pay 10 percent of my earnings to the church also known as tithing. I Believe in being that I must get baptized at the age of 8, but if you were converted to the church, you can be older. I Believe that I am a Latter day saint of the church of Jesus Christ, but there is a lot of history to us, to make us form who we are today. For example, Brigham Young. He is one of the most important people to us. He helped make “The Book of Mormon.” He was also a apostle, he was also a prophet, a dad, a husband, and a bishop. But most importantly, he traveled from Salt Lake City, Utah, to all over NM, to Nauvoo, Illinois. He brought many Mormons, to basically make the city of Nauvoo, they…show more content…
Where John Young and Abigail Howe met and got married. So Abigail turned to Abigail Howe Young. A while after there marriage in 1801, Abigail had Brigham Young, he didn't have a middle name. Anyway when he was about 3 or 4 his family needed to move because of wanting another child, so they moved to the beautiful and wondrous Salt Lake City, Utah. There he grew and had more and more responsibility, and as he grew older and smarter he started a job. He became a carpenter and painter. He started in 1817. A couple of years later, he found the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and was baptized 1832, and was ordained as an apostle in 1835. Him and Joseph Smith were really good friends and when a mob came after him, Joseph Smith, and his brother Hyrum Smith. They cornered them in a room, and shot, Sadly Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum were killed, in 1844. Then Brigham Young was chosen as a prophet, a couple of weeks later and continued until death in 1877. This is the important part, in 1852 he was chosen to be the leader of the Illinois travel. He took over 16,000 Mormon from Salt Lake City to All over NM to Nauvoo, Illinois all on foot. They basically built Nauvoo, after that he returned to Salt Lake City, and took on his duties as a prophet until death in 1877. Now that we got though all the facts, I think I should tell you the story in detail, almost like a story
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