Locking Horns...
By paul
3/9/2011 11:02:12 AM
I woke up this morning with the thought of posting a link to this article on here. I mulled it over for a while, trying to remember the article since it has been quite a while since I've read it myself, and eventually forgot about posting it.

Long story short, the idea has come up in my mind several times since then, so... here it is. Hopefully it can help someone here today. This article really helped me learn to deal with any temptations or urges when I first started recovery.

Don't Lock Horns with the Devil...


Thanks Paul    
"That was for me. Way to stay in tune. :)"
posted at 14:58:31 on March 9, 2011 by lawrence
Good for me too    
"I've seen this before somewhere, but it was good to see it and read it again right now."
posted at 00:01:07 on March 10, 2011 by dstanley

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"The Savior teaches that we will have tribulation in the world, but we should "be of good cheer" because He has "overcome the world". His Atonement reaches and is powerful enough not only to pay the price for sin but also to heal every mortal affliction… He knows of our anguish, and He is there for us. Like the good Samaritan in His parable, when He finds us wounded at the wayside, He binds up our wounds and cares for us. Brothers and sisters, the healing power of His Atonement is for you, for us, for all. "

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General Conference October 2006