Songs, Talks, Articles.
By Takahath
8/25/2007 1:53:16 AM
Hey guys I was just wondering if anyone had any songs, articles or talks that they think are very touching or inspiring that is either helping or helped them overcome thier addiction. I think this might be a practical way for people like me who need somthing when they log on for strength or support.

My song is "There can be Miracles" from the Prince of Egypt soundtrack.

Search it on youtube if you want to hear it for free or download it off of limewire. Or heck watch the movie. Its a good movie.


Hymn # 128 - When Faith Endures    
"I really love this hymn. When I'm feeling the worst, down, out of touch with the Spirit, I repeat these words to myself over and over and it helps me hold on just a little bit longer.

"I will not doubt, I will not fear; God's love and strength are always near. His promised gift helps me to find and inner strength and peace of mind. I give the Father willingly my trust, my prayers, humilty. His Spirit guides; His love assures that fear departs when faith endures.""
posted at 21:23:21 on August 28, 2007 by whitney h
"Looking for the brides that hold in santity time to time they show that very endoument to spring living water to drink. Yes they hold with this high preistood face even like unto melchizedik. yes the living water is place as to spring. Where faith of a mustardseed parts the highest Moutains to be seen.
The grand gathering of saints stand together as one body in majist."
posted at 22:17:39 on April 13, 2009 by Anonymous

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"Are you battling a demon of addiction—tobacco or drugs, or the pernicious contemporary plague of ography? Whatever other steps you may need to take to resolve these concerns, come first to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Trust in heaven’s promises. In that regard Alma's testimony is my testimony: "I do know," he says, "that whosoever shall put their trust in God shall be supported in their trials, and their troubles, and their afflictions."

— Jeffrey R. Holland

General Conference, April 2006