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Good and Bad Week
By brianb22
1/18/2010 11:41:18 PM
This has been a terrible week for me as far as my addiction is concerned. As I type that I realize why. This week Alyssa and I have made great strides in cleaning up our acts. We have set goals to loose weight, study scriptures, and get up on time. All these things will help me overcome my addiction and Satan doen't want that to work. I will fight harder. I look forward to the fight. I look forward to being clean and I look forward to reuniting with my Heavenly Father through sincere prayer and scripture study. I look forward to receiving relvelation other than you need to stop. I look forward to sincere and true, even painful repentance. I look forward to being free of guilt. I look forward because I can't look back.

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Good job!    
"Good for you guys. Hurrah for your efforts to frustrate the enemy. Keep your eye on the fruit of the tree, and hold to the rod. You will get there."
posted at 15:02:42 on January 19, 2010 by BeClean


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