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  • Dana Jenkins - in Reply on Mark 1
    I'm an addict who really wants to quit. I'm ashamed to say I've never read the whole bible. I'm trying too learn it now and get a relationship with God. But even though I don't use every day I'm still scared it's to late for me
  • Lili - in Reply on Mark 1
    Hello Dana, God lives you very much,and He knows your heart,just the fact that you are honest pleases God,and it shows you are willing to change. In 2001 I had a bad habit,a snare,I could not stop on my own.One day on the bus I was told that even when I am in the act of fornication I could read my bible,before,after,and, I always read for 911 crisis,but I did not know it was okay to read my bible and even though I was about to sin,and I felt badly,but had wanted to have a right relationship with God so I did read my bible right after, before and during ,later on,and I cracked up because it helped me get out of the trap the residual bitterness,hurts,wounds of my soul-resentments had gotten ahold on me,reading my bible changed me. I have been chaste for Jesus since 2007 & depression gone suicidal thoughts gone. I need Jesus everyday ,throughout the day and 24/7. I Listen to 105.3FM & 1190 AM WLIB gospel contemporary music keeps me uplifted. When you speak out to God loves it when we ask for help & the bible says that God rewards those who diligently seek him. I will keep you in my prayers Dana.
  • Michael Dobson - in Reply on Mark 1
    No is a tiny word with mighty power when it is backed by the power of God. But such a hard word for us to use when not. Let god have your heart and he will empower your mind and the word no to addiction will stop it in it's tracks. 28 years clean from crack cocain read proverbs ch. 3 v. 5-6.
    Praying for you.


 


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