A young Christian man struggled with temptations of lust. At a weak point he visited a pornographic website, then again the next day. He soon became addicted to this sin. As a result, his grades began to suffer. He also began lying to his parents to cover up his sin. Once they discovered the truth, they disciplined him severely. Resolved to repent, the young man sought help, installed a filter on his devices, and quit viewing pornography — for a while. Then the temptation came back and the cycle started all over again.
Not too long ago my family and I moved into a new-to-us house. As you probably know from personal experience, this is an exhausting undertaking. By the end of the first week I felt like I had run a marathon . . . every day.
Can you relate? It wasn’t easy for me to keep a positive, patient attitude throughout the move, despite the fact that I had made a conscious effort to do so. Continue reading How to Keep a Godly Attitude When You’re Stressed and Exhausted