My name is Kristine Marble. I was born into very humble circumstances in a tiny community started by Mormon pioneers.
I struggled as a child, as a teenager, and as a young adult. I never felt like I fit in. When I married, I thought my past was gone. Life went from being a struggle to a struggle with children and expectations. I did the best I knew how to be a good mother. My husband was controlling and used his influence to shame me, constantly telling me that he was embarrassed by me. I poured myself into studying the scriptures.
I loved The Book of Mormon and I studied constantly. I had to look for and take outside Book of Mormon courses because the things I wanted to talk about were never discussed in the Sunday School lessons.
In the latter part of 2013, I was given a book by a friend of mine called 666 The Mark of America—Seat of the Beast. It was the most logical thing I had ever read. I had tried reading the book of Revelation previously a few times but had no understanding of it whatsoever. It was the beginning of a new life for me.
What had been difficult circumstances – changed. I was able to see things from another perspective and “things” no longer weighed me down. I now know what it means for my yoke to be easy, and my burden to be light. This is my pearl of great price.
Some of you have told me that I have been deceived. You have not read the books I have read, so how can you make that statement? I have read the books offered by the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® and the books by The Real Illuminati®. I have accepted what brings me peace.
I am not ashamed of anything from my past. I am who I am. If I am an embarrassment, that is not my responsibility. If my story is not written with exactness, it is written with simplicity.
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