Shame is a big part of addiction. To recover, people don’t need judgment. They need acceptance of who they are, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
After battling a porn addiction for 6 years, this Pastor shares his thoughts on how to help Christians who are wanting to break free.
If someone you know battles an addiction, it’s probably covering up some deep-seated wound or emotional pain they don’t know how to face.
“When I was in prison, it so happened that I met believers. Once they prevailed upon me to come into the prayer room where they had Bible study classes.”
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The melancholy of human existence is that we constantly crave something new. But the new quickly becomes old. And then what?
We all have the potential to be mastered by a life-controlling problem and pulled into the downward spiral of an addiction. Is somebody you know struggling?
Don’t run back to false places of safety, don’t be ruled by your fears or addictions. Instead, be lead into new places of life and freedom.
One of the most common traps people can fall into these days is with porn…