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i did it!
By churchgirl
4/6/2012 12:53:59 PM
i did it, i confessed to my bishop and have my first meeting on april 15th.
im super nervous because i have no idea what to expect, so if anyone could kind of give me an idea i would greatly appreciate it.

to the people who have confessed before: does it feel like the devil is trying to get you to do bad things and causing you stress? if this is a normal thing that occurs right after you confess what do you do about it?

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Great and important step    
"Hello,

I wanted to congratulate you, it is not easy to confess, it require courage and faith.

Confession is only a part of the repentance process and devil as well your brain will try to return back to the old habit, I found comfort and hope with spiritual experience
, connecting with great people such as my bishop, working on my self esteem was important for a long term recovery.

Trust the lord and he will guide you.

Your friend from europe"
posted at 01:17:24 on April 7, 2012 by mike81
tuche, good for you    
"I recently had a talk with the bishop because he was interviewing me for a temple recommend. How did it go?"
posted at 22:39:25 on April 7, 2012 by MoroniDeNovo
@ Moronidenovo    
"this is church girl
send me an email and ill let you know :)"
posted at 15:44:08 on April 9, 2012 by Anonymous


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"I have come to know that thoughts, like water, will stay on course if we make a place for them to go. Otherwise, our thoughts follow the course of least resistance, always seeking the lower levels. Probably the greatest challenge and the most difficult thing you will face in mortal life is to learn to control your thoughts. In the Bible it says, as a man ‘thinketh in his heart, so is he’ (Prov. 23:7). One who can control his thoughts has conquered himself. As you learn to control your thoughts, you can overcome habits, even degrading personal habits. You can gain courage, conquer fear, and have a happy life. "

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