Tag Archives: Meditation

How to Have Strength in Addiction Recovery

Broken wing; flight stops

Weary, builds her strength; there’s hope

Fly; fall; try again

Young eagle grows tired; still hopes

Everlasting God gives strength


Soaring High; Broken Wing



Isaiah 40:28 – 31

Instruction for a four minute Meditation:

  1. Read poem out loud.
  2. Emphasize words that have meaning to you.
  3. Breathe deeply, exhale during reading, and meditate.
  4. Silently read poem to the rhythm of your breathing
  5. Having eyes closed, remain silent.
  6. Probing your heart, ask, “What does the poem mean to me?”
  7. Throughout the day, you may continue to ponder the meaning.
  8. Thank God for His compassion, wisdom, and comfort.



Pornography Addiction: Astonishing Secrets Revealed in Your Face

Believe me; You do not want to miss out on the secrets.

As you imagine what people see in your face, you will search deep inside to…

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Water floats an image

Reflecting intent of hearts

Drifting mirror breaks


Proverbs 27:19  King James Version (public domain)

19 As in water face answereth to face, so the heart of man to man.



Feeding Pornography: STOP and Ask Yourself The Following Question…?

Why am I feeling so frustrated?

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I wrote goals.

I plotted a strategy.

I implement an action plan.

However, what was missing? … life purpose.

Not having meaning, frustration fed my pornography addiction.

I asked God to shape the direction of my heart.

” A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the Lord directeth his steps”            (Proverbs, 16:9, KJV).

Fantasize Feeling Pornography: Here’s My Confession

My Body Hungers for Pain.

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New and old cravings crawl across nerves.

The body hungers for porn.

“O God, help!”

The body hungers for porn;

Burning feelings of hell; desperation, loneliness, shame.

The body hungers for porn.

The lower abdomen radiates; solar plexus aches; chest hurts.

The body hungers for porn.

Arms tighten; hands shake; mouse clicks.


My body hungers for porn;

Dark side,



My Morning Meditation

Psalm 141: 1 I cry out to You;
Make haste to me!
Give ear to my voice when I cry out to You.

Let my prayer be set before You as incense,
The lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice.

Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth;
Keep watch over the door of my lips.

Do not incline my heart to any evil thing,
To practice wicked works
With men who work iniquity;
And do not let me eat of their delicacies (Psalm 141:1-4, 1982, NIV).

Peace Fills,



Psalm 141:1-4. (1982). Thomas Nelson. Retrieved from https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm+141&version=NKJV.