There is this beautiful portrait of Christ's forgiveness found in scripture that I want to discuss today. A picture of a young woman caught in sin. A picture of condemnation and grace that is still being painted today. One day Jesus was in the temple teaching when all of a sudden a group of scribes… Continue reading Do We Cheer Or Condemn With Our Words And Actions?
This is to beautiful & powerful not to share! This was written to a young woman whose husband was addicted to pornography. Innocent Porn Secret fantasies, forbidden fruit Dangerous seeds are taking root Pleasant to the eyes, poison to the soul Weeds and thorns are beginning to grow "Victimless" lust, "harmless" sin Persuasive words for… Continue reading Innocent Porn
Here is an email that I received a while back after asking some of my friends to share their experiences with a husband who views pornography. Please know each one of these I share hurts me deeply as I know many of these women so therefore...I know their husband as well. My first experience with… Continue reading A Letter From The Wife Of A Porn User
https://youtu.be/7JT8CpI-vY0 To go along with my post from last night... It doesn't matter what you do or where you go... somebody's watching you! You think your smart, don't ya? Hiding your sin from the world, waiting til Sunday to binge watch your porn while the family is at church. No one is watching, right? WRONG!… Continue reading Sunday Music: Rage Of Angels | Somebody’s Watching You
This is part 2 to Renee’s Tell The Story tag. I’m not saying squat other than go read this and share it. People need this!
(Originally I wrote a post on Tell the Story Challenge, nominated by Amy Blount.
Here’s Take 2 *******************
Interview With Hephzibah
Hello my friends! I hope you have had a super great day! I have had Hephzibah on my mind all this past week, so I asked her to come in for an interview as guest speaker here at Hear Tokens.
After contacting her, she has most graciously accepted the invitation! 🤗
Renee: Hello, Hephzibah, it’s good to see you again! It’s nice to have a concerned young person step up to the plate and be willing to talk about their past mistakes.
Hephzibah: Yes, it’s hard for me to speak publicly, but I feel like maybe there are other young people out there who may need to hear that they are not alone in their struggles.
Renee: I’ll just be honest with you! I’m older, and it’s sometimes hard…
View original post 2,838 more words