I'm back and better than ever
By Teddy
3/23/2011 4:11:05 PM
Hey everybody so i've been without computer for a month and i gotta say it was beneficial!

I've never felt better about myself and all.I cant lie i did fall a few times during the month but not as much as i would back 2 months ago and that makes me happy i can see i'm improving.Now i'm doing great i don't feel the need to do it and feel closer to my heavenly father and i know hes happy for what i am doing.Once again i couldn't do it without you all thank you,and i'm glad to be back.


"I'm glad you're doing better and that you can see the improvement. That's a great feeling. Welcome back and keep it up."
posted at 17:01:42 on March 23, 2011 by dstanley
"@DSTANLEY i feel bad i just fell i know i can do this its just i feel now that I'm trying to fight it off the harder it is to resist temptation.I know i'm doing better my big question is what are some tips to resist temptation at the point i am right now,recovering."
posted at 08:58:45 on March 26, 2011 by Teddy

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"Now, my brothers and sisters, let not Jesus’ redemption for us stop at the immortalizing dimension of the Atonement, “the loosing of the bands of death”. Let us grasp the proffered gift of eternal life! We will end up either choosing Christ’s manner of living or His manner of suffering! It is either “suffer even as I”, or overcome “even as [He] … overcame”. His beckoning command is to become “even as I am”. The spiritually settled accept that invitation, and “through the atonement of Christ,” they become and overcome! "

— Neal A. Maxwell

General Conference May 1987