Good Things Come in Minibooks
M.O. · Pennsylvania
Two of your minibooks have really blessed my life!
I was exposed to pornography at an early age, and as a child I found books, magazines and cable TV full of it to entertain myself. Later when I was born again, I thought I had left it behind, but I kept going back. I struggled with it for so long I had given up and began to justify it. Even while reading Gloria Copeland’s book Be a Vessel of Honor, I had no intention of dropping the option of an occasional X-rated movie. But while arguing in my mind that it wasn’t a big deal, the Holy Ghost washed the desire from my soul. I didn’t even pray—the Lord knew my heart and how much I wanted to be free.
Depression was another thing I picked up as a child. I thought sadness was just part of life—nothing could be done about it. But I read Brother Copeland’s book
and couldn’t believe it at first. But the scriptures and the Holy Ghost did it again. The Word of God truly is powerful. I had struggled with that junk for so long. But the Father, by His Word, made the change in me painless and easy. I have been tempted to go back to those old ways and mental strongholds, but the Father has led me to read Galatians and refuse to be enslaved again. Freedom is just too good!