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Prayer therapy
By R_Matt
2/18/2014 7:45:26 AM
Just want to say a prayer here to start my day.....

Dear heavenly Father I acknowledge my sickness before Thee and all these good people seeking recover from the same illness. I'm easily deceived into thinking looking at images of women will comfort me and heal me...I'm angry at people around me, angry at work, angry at the CEO five positions above me and making more money than I can imagine; I'm filled with envy and want quick fixes (impatient). Scared financially (debt).... And Thou knowest of my broken down car. I'm frustrated at the recent death in our Ward....Please comfort these storms that are Raging inside my soul. Please let sunshine replace the darkness, I submit this burden unto thee; I cannot carry it. Thank You for thy goodness all around, for the Gospel through the ages, for the opportunity to Live In these Latter-Days! Thank You the work going forward. Please help me see another's need that I might be an instrument in thy hands. Please bless this LDSAR site that it may continue on and continue to be a place of great healing. In the Name Of Jesus Christ Amen

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thanks matt    
"Matt,
you hit on a lot of the same things I'm struggling with. I appreicate your willingness to share it reminds me of the need to turn to God when things at all times
Best wishes"
posted at 10:30:03 on February 19, 2014 by sjanderson


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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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