Watch Your Step
By jja1234
4/19/2012 10:49:29 PM
I've Posted this before but I wanted to post it again to make sure everybody had the chance to read it. This is a video from the Mormon Messages youtube page based on the talk given by Elder Jeffery R. Holland titled "Place No More for the enemy of my soul"

The link to the video is here: />

The link to the conference talk is here:

I'd suggest watching the YouTube version first and then watch the video of the conference talk.

I like many of you started this addiction with a simple step. It simply started with a search on the web. Then it turned into constantly searching out new things and going farther and farther.

The beauty is, Recovery can start with just a simple step as well. For me that first step to recovery was talking to my bishop and its progressing from there. I'd encourage ALL of you to watch these no matter what stage you are at in your recovery. I feel they will be helpful to everyone even if they arent struggling with an addiction.


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"This is such a powerful message. Thank you for reminding me of it. I do need to go back and watch it and continually remember each simple step I make gets me moving forward or backward. The past few months my steps have taken me forward and thats where I want to continue moving."
posted at 23:02:50 on April 19, 2012 by rachp

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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. "

— Boyd K. Packer

BYU, Speeches of the Year, 26 Sept. 1967