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feeling weak
By ME
3/10/2012 7:45:04 AM
usually i'm the one making positive comments to everyone on here. but not lately. i feel so weak. i feel like every moment alone is a struggle. if it's not my strongest weakness then it's food.
it's absolutely true what it says in the addiction recovery book, about how addictions mute out the spirit. i don't know if i have felt the spirit in over a week or more.
just so tired of fighting.

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Then stop fighting    
"And start surrendering to the Lord. Fighting can be exhausting. It can wear us down. And the truth is we aren't strong enough. But the Lord is. That is the beauty of life. We don't have to be David and we don't have to fight Goliath. We just have to be in the right army. We can't surrender to Goliath. But we can join the Israelite army and let the Lord be David. He will win our battles. The SA White Book is an amazing guide for surrendering to the Lord. I encourage you to read it. I'm pretty sure you can find a free PDF version online."
posted at 10:49:32 on March 10, 2012 by iamstrong
When ae your moments of weakness?    
"It seems that each person is different. I've found that for me, it was when I was bored and alone. I currently have nothing going on in my life so I feel like there is no reason not too. But I think I've changed since the last time I looked at porn.

Again, when are you weak?"
posted at 03:53:44 on March 13, 2012 by moroni


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"My brethren who are caught in this addiction or troubled by this temptation, there is a way. Don’t accommodate any degree of temptation. Prevent sin and avoid having to deal with its inevitable destruction. So, turn it off! Look away! Avoid it at all costs. Direct your thoughts in wholesome paths. Please heed these warnings. Let us all improve our personal behavior and redouble our efforts to protect our loved ones and our environment from the onslaught of ography that threatens our spirituality, our marriages, and our children. "

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