By They Speak
10/15/2010 6:10:14 PM
We've all heard the cliche "God works through people"; hence the cliche. But I just wanted to say I've seen this come true so much so lately I can no longer write the coincidences off as just being another annoying cliche. It's true. As I've put myself in a place to be helped over the last forty days or so having went to 43 meetings...lo and behold...God is there.

Suffice it to say I was going to go get absolutely jack hammer crippled drunk tonight and get all rowdy and silly (which probly consists of something sexually deviant)...and now I'm probly not.

Might I add I think satan works through others also.

I'm Cody and I'm an alcoholic addicted to lust. Another 24. Fingers crossed.


"Thanks for sharing your success. Temptations have swung my way once or twice today, too. Gd is there, and we're still strong."
posted at 18:43:01 on October 15, 2010 by BeClean
"You've put into words what I've been experiencing myself in the last few days."
posted at 19:16:40 on October 15, 2010 by Anonymous
You Rock Cody    
"Keep praising God and the Savior in all things and he will bless you!!!

You are gonna make it!

posted at 21:19:57 on October 15, 2010 by Anonymous
You make me smile!    
"May Heavenly Angels be sent to protect you."
posted at 22:49:22 on October 15, 2010 by Byourownhero
"...and sober.

p.s. Hero, one of the Angels name was Noel. Wow...Alma 26:16"
posted at 02:57:38 on October 16, 2010 by They Speak
"Let us glory in the Lord!!!!"
posted at 13:52:51 on October 16, 2010 by Byourownhero
Keep itup    
"You are always in my prayers."
posted at 15:34:43 on October 16, 2010 by Lawrence
Hang in There!    
"You can do this. Thank God for Angels! :)"
posted at 17:02:30 on October 17, 2010 by dstanley

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"The excuse is given that it is hard to avoid, that it is right at our fingertips and there is no escape. Suppose a storm is raging and the winds howl and the snow swirls about you. You find yourself unable to stop it. But you can dress properly and seek shelter, and the storm will have no effect upon you. Likewise, even though the Internet is saturated with material, you do not have to watch it. You can retreat to the shelter of the gospel and its teaching of cleanliness and virtue and purity of life. "

— Gordon B. Hinckley

General Conference, October 2004