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What Do You Believe About the Meaning of Life?

What if you were a plant, what would you be?

Why not flowers?  They are so beautiful.

As you sink deeper and deeper into the meaning of the following poem, you may discover purpose; an escape from porn addiction.

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Death. Life.

Few days; much trouble

Flowers withering away

Like fleeting shadows

At least, trees have hope; cut down

Stump dies; scent of water; buds

 Jot down the poem on scrap paper and look at it throughout the day.

Ponder the words of hope.

Meditation

Job 14:1 – 14

Thank you,

Dale Criswell

P.S. How did the scripture in Job affect you?

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Overcome Porn with Joy; Gratitude Is an Empowering Emotion

As I read through all the Psalms and Proverbs of the day that I scheduled, gratitude empowered me to resist pornography.

An interesting note, when I had a strong urge to view pornography, I would read out of the Psalms or Proverbs or one of the Gospels to resist it.  The cravings left me.

To this day, I know that the scriptures enveloped me with a shield reflecting total submission to porn. I had hope.   God corrected me for my misdeeds; however, he guided me to freedom. I shouted for joy!

Gratitude(Beattie, 2015)

Psalm 98: 1 – 9

Marvelous new song

His Right Arm brings salvation

To God, shout for joy

The harp and new music sings

Trumpet and ram’s horn blast joy

Thanks,

Dale Criswell

Reference

Beattie, M. (2015). Gratitude. The Coastal Center. Norwell; MA. Retrieved from http://thecoastalcenter.com/gratitude/.

Overcoming Pornography: This Tip Is Amazing

Envision yourself being able to put pornography aside and working your calling. Just simply doing one thing…

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Take Advantage of Your Life Now!

Tilling acres work

Earth provides abundant food

Stargaze; empty fields

Jesus created you to work your  fields.  He fills your life with abundance.

Proverbs 28:19

19 He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread: but he that followeth after vain persons shall have poverty enough.

King James Version (KJV) [Public Domain] Thanks, Dale