Wednesday’s Life Song: Dax | Dear Alcohol

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Stu’s World: Post Picks for June 2022

I must be honest. I have not been reading a lot lately much less writing due to being so drained after work. These hot days drain a person. I'm staying hydrated but it feels like I sweat it out as fast as I can take it in. But there are a few posts that I… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks for June 2022

Jesus: He Gets Us | He’s Vulnerable Like Us

Here is the devotional: Ask any recovering alcoholic and they’ll tell you before you claim victory one day at a time, you must resist the temptation to drink one hour at a time. Even one moment at a time.Overcoming the temptation to choose the wrong is a battle of moments for all of us. When… Continue reading Jesus: He Gets Us | He’s Vulnerable Like Us

Stu’s World CX

Stu's World

Hey everyone. Not much has been going on but at the same time everything has been going on. For some of you that will make sense. Work has been going really well. We have not slowed down despite the price of lumber nowadays. We have actually picked up even more! Where in the world does… Continue reading Stu’s World CX

RITUALS = Pre-Programmed Feet, Eyes, etc.

A wonderful post by my dear friend Hugh who is a fellow warrior against pornography, author and mentor to many.

Jesus Is The Best

The repetitive behaviors of addiction involve routines which can be termed “rituals” or ingrained routines that feel like a compulsion. When I was caught up in pornography past experiences had convinced me that when I began the ritual by going downtown, I would end up going into a certain used bookstore once again. It felt inevitable.

There is a point of no return in any given ritual, where you know that you are going to complete it. While you may try very hard to pressure yourself through guilt and shame not to act out, deep inside, you know that eventually, you are going to carry out this routine or ritual. After all, it’s what you always do.

The newest books in the Holy Bible are nearly 2,000 years old. And the book of Proverbs is something like 3,000 years old. That’s why I’m so amazed by how relevant these writings…

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