Reached 2 Weeks.
By j89
2/26/2010 10:42:08 PM
Just wanted to check in. I have reached 2 weeks clean. I'm feeling a better sense of peace and I have hymns playing in my head and I hum them throughout the day and that seems to help too. I'm beginning to reach a habit to pray and read my scriptures daily. I try my best to not fall in to the temptations of satan and try to remember to ask my Heavenly Father for help because I know I can't do this by myself. I just have to also remember to do this day by day. I'm still finding this difficult but I'm trying. I'm also finding it that I'm more sensitive to the things of the spirit. I can feel the spirit's presence better. I hope to continue to remain clean.


Way to go!    
"Thanks for the update. We love and pray for you. Heavenly Father will help and bless you.

No man is without sin; the wicked man seeks not repentance; you are a good man."
posted at 01:57:34 on February 27, 2010 by BeClean
"Thanks for checking in. Keep up the good work! This will be a challenge to get past this part, so be prepared going in. Know that Satan is going to try and take you down to ruin your confidence. Don't let even a hair of his temptation linger with you. With the Lord's heloutou will be able to make it past this week, then the next and the next until you are at 20 weeks. Them 200. All things are possible with the Lord."
posted at 10:44:37 on March 2, 2010 by Iwillnot

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" Is it possible to reclaim a life that through reckless abandon has become so strewn with garbage that it appears that the person is unforgivable? Or what about the one who is making an honest effort but has fallen back into sin so many times that he feels that there is no possible way to break the seemingly endless pattern? Or what about the person who has changed his life but just can't forgive himself?The Atonement of Jesus Christ is available to each of us. His Atonement is infinite. It applies to everyone, even you. It can clean, reclaim, and sanctify even you. That is what infinite means—total, complete, all, forever. "

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General Conference October 2006