Making Changes
By angelmom
11/29/2010 10:07:13 AM
Since my husband began his new journey we have shared more in the first 24 hours that in all of our years together. I was shocked when he told me yeaterday that he spoke about his "Alma" experience in EQ. You have to know, he just does not do this kind of stuff...

We re-set a new anniversary day. I never want to celebrate the old one again. I am getting a new Temple dress, and we are re-dedicating our home to the Lord next week.

I felt prompted yesterday to ask my husband if we could re-dedicate our home, and he said that he was thinking the same thing. We both are eager to put away old things and completely start new.

Where once evil spirits from the use of pornography lurked in our home , they will now be kicked out by the light of the Savior.

My husband has joined with the Savior and is helping me heal and the healing is coming faster than I even thought possible. I am praying for this same miracle upon all of my brothers sisters in Zion.

I cannot take the years of pain and not help others with what I am learning. Healing is there for everyone. It is simple....

I love you all and if you need me I am here for you.



Your sharing brings hope!    
"I know all who read of your progress are renewed in hope. Thank you Angel and thanks to BARM for reaching out with his new found tools of recovery. You know in the scriptures where it talks about shouting from the roof tops!! I believe the capacity we have to communicate to multitudes is bringing that scripture to life for me.
Love to you!"
posted at 17:07:51 on November 29, 2010 by byourownhero

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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