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Spiritual Health
By chefdalet
2/18/2011 2:05:06 PM
Step 2 - Key Principle — Come to believe that the power of God can restore you to complete spiritual health.

Ether 12:27 — And if men come unto me I will show unto them their weakness. I give unto men weakness that they may be humble; and my grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them.

Thought about this one forever....what is spiritual health? Have I ever felt it before? Will I ever feel it again?

As I have progressed through my recovery, the most remarkable thing is that I can feel the spirt in ways that I had never done before. Feeling the spirit...that must be what complete spiritual health starts with.

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Not hating    
"I know that for me spiritual health has included a change of heart towards many things of God that I raged against. I used to hate testimony meeting and relentlessly mock many people who bore their testimony in good faith. I hated the Sunday after Girl's Camp. (Again, I relentlessly mocked.) I couldn't stand hearing others teach lessons I was so sure I could teach better. Overall I was a jerk, and I didn't hide my contempt too well. I was mean spirited when it came to things like church. I now have come to love testimony meetings and I *gasp* enjoyed the Sunday after girl's camp and the teen's EFY testimonies. Church is fun and enlightening. I am not ornery on Sundays and I can handle others teaching! Oh, and I cried with joy because I was given a home teaching assignment after my disfellowshipment was over! These are all signs to me that I am on the right track.

I definitely agree with the feeling the Holy Ghost being a part of the recovery to Spiritual Health! It has been marvelous!"
posted at 17:07:09 on February 18, 2011 by hubster


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