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Merry Christmas
By Hero
12/24/2010 2:08:13 PM
I just wanted to wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas! My wish for all of us is to have a new year filled with sobriety, and the Peace that only our Savior Jesus Christ can bring. Love and Prayers to you and your families.

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Merry Christmas to All Also    
"I second Hero's wish. 27 minutes and I'll be celebrating 1 day on Christmas Day! Here's to being able to celebrate a year this time next year. I hope everyone enjoys their day tomorrow.

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posted at 01:33:48 on December 25, 2010 by dstanley
My Christmas Gift to myself    
"This morning I rose early and read two magnificent Conference Talks, "Never Leave Him" by Elder Neil L. Andersen and "The Transforming Power of Faith and Character" by Elder Richard G. Scott. That was the cake part of it. The frosting was that I finished the first three chapters of "Clean Hands, Pure Heart", overcoming addiction to Pornography through the Redeeming Power of Jesus Christ by Philip A. Harrison. I then did my writing assignment #2 on page 11.

For those of you who have not read this book (this is a book that is a study guide to the 12 step LDSAR program) I urge you to get it and make it a daily companion with your scripture reading. Give yourself this remarkable gift and find peace and refreshment with every page you read."
posted at 22:05:29 on December 25, 2010 by 3R's


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