Who Is the TRUE God?
By R_Matt
11/12/2014 6:47:45 AM
The following Quote resonated with me yesterday:

We are not worldly being having a spiritual experience but spiritual beings having a worldly experience.

So the Solution to the problem is Spiritual not worldly.

This has been the case with me. I had created my own concept of God in my life. One that was a mix mash of different beliefs that suited my needs. I would match this concept up to the God taught to us by the Prophets but would also include some of my own ideas. This is what I mean:

My concept of god was like a quilt all intricately woven over many many years. The quilt was a comfort to me and a place to escape. Pornography did the same thing for me; a place to find quick comfort and Escape and Unknowingly, subconsciously it became woven into the quilt. And its now very difficult to take out.

Good thing is, the True God, the One who reveals Himself to us on His terms, who is defined by who He is and not by Mans interpretation will show Himself to us. Joseph Smith was seeking after Him as President Monson is today. Surrendering to this God has started the healing. He is now helping me to build a whole new quilt; my old one needs to be burned!!


"Amen my friend I to am burning the old quilt
And replacing it with honor respect love
And gods wonderful mercy"
posted at 15:50:13 on November 12, 2014 by Anonymous
"R matt help what does 90 meeting in 90 days mean do you have to b in a treatment center to do this if no
How does one work this program if not confined for 90 days"
posted at 20:01:42 on November 24, 2014 by Anonymous

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"Nothing is beyond [Christ’s] redeeming reach or His encircling empathy. Therefore, we should not complain about our own life’s not being a rose garden when we remember who wore the crown of thorns! Having bled at every pore, how red His raiment must have been in Gethsemane, how crimson that cloak! No wonder, when Christ comes in power and glory, that He will come in reminding red attire, signifying not only the winepress of wrath, but also to bring to our remembrance how He suffered for each of us in Gethsemane and on Calvary!"

— Neal A. Maxwell

General Conference May 1987