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Tribulation Report with Keith Henderson

On Sunday, August 1st at 6:30PM EST (that's 5:30PM our time) I'll be interviewed about Woods End on TRIBULATION REPORT with KEITH HENDERSON. Hope some of you will tune in. www.tribulationreport.webs.com

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ADDICTION AND THE COGNITIVE BARRIER THAT EVIL DESTROYS

I was working on the sequel to Wood's End when God told me to stop and write DISCERNING SPIRITS: VISIONARY GIFTS IN PRACTICE.  This book may be helpful and is available as both soft cover and e-book for download.

10/3/12  This short intro added... All those that have an addict in their life need to decide what they will and won't do.  I had to personally come to this after making many mistakes.  My husband, an alcoholic, relapsed after thirteen years of sobriety and then partnered with another woman who was also an addict, introducing other substances into the equation.  I loved this man; loved my sober husband.  Even now, I miss him.  And yet, as he destroyed everything we had, it was necessary to disengage from him and from his addiction in order to save myself.  But more important, if my life would count for Christ I could not be associated with that lifestyle which for the sober person requires a high  degree of denial programming. I chose obedience to God.  In this I had to…

BATTLING AIR, CONTROLLING KITTENS, KEEPING SCATTER-PROOF ARMLOADS OF SHINY, SLIPPERY MARBLES IN WHITE GLOVED HANDS: I've tried! It doesn't work! Good luck with that!

New Book: Discerning Spirits: Visionary Gifts in Practice (May 2013) Kindle, Nook, / Download $3.99 / Soft Cover at Amazon: $12.00

With addiction comes chaos and even a demonic imprint since addiction is a stronghold; a means of bondage.  How do we keep that away from others that we love as we seek to protect these relationships and peace in our homes? These were challenges I wrestled with as my husband, whom I loved very much, relapsed after thirteen years of sobriety.  In 2010, much of what I wrote and prayed centered on such bondage as I struggled to balance healthy boundaries with a fierce desire to help and change the situation. All the while, what I really wanted, was my sober, healthy, and loving husband back. We read and hear that the first step in being free, no longer being part of the problem, is the full realization that we are powerless over the addict.  Initially, deep down inside, although I gave lip service to this concept, I didn't believe it.  
Powerlessness runs c…