He Did Deliver Me From Bondage

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He Did Deliver Me From Bondage

He Did Deliver Me From Bondage Using the Book of Mormon and the Principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as they Correlate with the Twelve Step Program to Overcome Compulsive Addictive Behavior

  • Title: He Did Deliver Me From Bondage
  • Author: Colleen C. Harrison
  • ISBN: 9781930738140
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Using the Book of Mormon and the Principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as they Correlate with the Twelve Step Program to Overcome Compulsive Addictive Behavior

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    1. Britt on said:

      Some books I read again because I love them, some I read because I NEED them.I initially read this book to help me understand what a loved one was going through. I learned that we all have "addictions" to overcome. The scriptures call them “the natural man.” Whether we struggle with impatience, intolerance, self-criticism, over-spending, pride, selfishness, laziness, crankiness, over-eating, procrastination, self-centeredness, cruelty, whatever, we can't overcome it on our own.No other book [...]

    2. Alysia on said:

      More than a book, this is a course that takes you through journaling activities based on Book of Mormon verses and principles from the 12 step programs that reinforce eachother. I would not have considered myself a compulsive or addicted person, but this book showed me how simply by being human, with natural-man tendencies, I and all other humans are fallen and have problems that we can't overcome on our own, and we are in need of the same help from the Lord that an alcoholic would be. It also o [...]

    3. Mattaca Warnick on said:

      This book is literally a God-sendColleen Harrison's willingness to be so open about her personal struggles and subsequent journey through the repentance process and toward God gives hopes even to those who see themselves as "the most lost of all mankind." The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints used this as an unofficial manual for the church-sponsored addiction recovery program until it published its own church-approved manual in 2006. Though a few of her arguments overstep declared chu [...]

    4. Heather Fisher on said:

      I reccomend this to anyone who is struggling with a problem they cannot overcome. Mine is emotional eating. I reccomend it to anyone who desires an intensely personal relationship with their Savior and who really wants to learn the meaning of the Atonement in their lives, rather than just reading about Jesus Christ in the scriptures. This will change your life. It is more of a study guide that is journal driven than just a read. I HIGHLY recommend it. It has helped me to grow in the last 6 month [...]

    5. Nancy Fuller on said:

      Wow, I never truly understood the atonement and how to make it work in your own life until I read this book.This book takes the 12 steps of Alcoholics Annymous and scriptures from the Book of Mormon.To really understand this book you must do all the assignments. It is a little bit frightening to do so as it has you look into your past, but it is truly freeing if you have the courage to go there.I have read this book three times through along with doing the excercises and each time I gain new und [...]

    6. Clay Craig on said:

      This book is not intended to be a quick read. If you really want to understand the love your Savior has for you no matter what, this is the book for you. I have lived a good portion of my life thinking that God's love was conditional. When I made a mistake God was frowning down on me. He wants me to make good choices but when I fall He is still there hoping I pick myself up and try again. perfection is not an event but a process. a process that will take a lifetime. Don't give up on yourself bec [...]

    7. Christy on said:

      I'm not working through a 12-step program, but I've found this book on CD to be extremely insightful. I've been surprised at how much I have to learn about the Savior and my relationship with Him. I highly recommend it for anyone who is trying to live the LDS faith but struggles to feel the joy that should accompany that chosen lifestyle or is confused by the trials they are experiencing. I feel so grateful to have re-discovered this book and for the hope I've been able to feel as I've been list [...]

    8. Lisa on said:

      Seriously this book taught me more about the Atonement of Jesus Christ than anything other than the scriptures themselves ever has. I have read it at least three times and hope to read it many many more. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to be a little better than they are now. It is not just for those struggling with serious addiction. It literally teaches you how to put off the natural man and become one with God so that you can enter into His rest and have joy in this life and hope fo [...]

    9. Diane on said:

      This is best read with a group of people. Doing weekly discussions. The book is a 12-week program, in which there is extra reading, journaling and assignments. You can do it on your own, but it usually stirs up such strong emotions and deep thoughts that one yearns to share.

    10. Shawna on said:

      This is a great practical guide to overcoming weaknesses and anything and everything in-between. It's a daily, step by step approach to understanding the atonement. And I can say for 100% surety that it has changed my life. I recommend it to ANYONE.

    11. Jill on said:

      This book is one that has the appearance of simplicity and may be easily skimmed through. If one takes that approach, however, the profound changes it has to offer will be completely missed. I took my time with this book, it's not that long, the text is not difficult to understand, but its precepts are powerful and have the potential to change your heart completely? Because it leads you to Christ and allows you to examine your life, your heart, YOU. That can be painful and scary, but it's also v [...]

    12. Jenny on said:

      Read this to help with depression, which I realized was a compulsive and self-destructive behavior. The scripture references it gives as homework, combined with my independent in-depth study of the subject they brought up, gave me a new perspective that helped push me through the toughest times. Since I wasn't overcoming an addiction, it because somewhat tedious sometimes as she talked about her struggles with compulsive overeating, but I simply applied the scriptures to my life and that made al [...]

    13. Jamie on said:

      This book can not only be the twelve step program but for ANYTHING. It is a book about a woman who struggles with an addiction to an eating disorder, she talks about the hardships she has to over come. I guess anything we over do can become an addiction, whether it be from too much time on the email/blog *jk*, eating disorders, or really any real hard addiction. The 12 step program is really the repentance process and what a beautiful thing it is. I hope to one day be able to serve a mission in [...]

    14. VeeDawn on said:

      I am a missionary leading an addiction recovery support group for my church. So I read this book to help me understand what my group members were going through. I learned that we all have "addictions" or weaknesses to overcome. The scriptures call them “the natural man.” Whether we struggle with fear, worry, impatience, intolerance, self-criticism, self-pity, over-spending, pride, selfishness, controlling others, over-eating, whatever it is--we can't overcome it on our own. The Savior can an [...]

    15. Rachelle on said:

      Absolutely the best book I have ever read. If you want a book that helps you understand how to survive in today's world then this is the book. It has changed my life! I am such a better happier person today because I worked this book. If you want the most out of it then you have to do what the book tells you to do. You have to do the journaling! I promise and testify that this book will change your life. For those of you who are LDS and want to know how to really use the atonement and how to hav [...]

    16. Jessica on said:

      Wow! I really got so much out of this book. It helped me with a couple of personal weaknesses I was dealing with. It takes several months to go through the book because of the journal writings and scripture studying, but don't skip it! I have learned so much about myself in my journal writings and felt much coser to the Savior through studying the Book of Mormon through the references in this book.

    17. Tia on said:

      Replace the work "addiction" with "weakness" or "natural man behavior" and you've got an incredible manual for applying the atonement in your life, whether or not you suffer from "socially unacceptable addictions". This book really rekindled my testimony of Christ and the Book of Mormon, helped me understand prayer better, and overall boosted my personal spirituality up a few notches. Highly recommended.

    18. Tiff on said:

      An absolutely life altering book. It applies to those dealing with addictions, both directly and indirectly, and to everyone else. Anyone willing to read this, write their feelings and look up some scriptures will find a tool that takes their hand and walks them closer to the Savior. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

    19. Rene' on said:

      This is an amazing book about becoming free from things that hold us back spiritually. It tells in a step by step way how to let The Lord be the most important thing in our lives by letting go of the things that are trapping us. It could be anything from impatience, or being judgmental to real heavy addictions. I strongly recommend this book.

    20. Andrea on said:

      This book's focus is to help readers come to Christ. It does a good job of reminding us that everything else in religion is only good insomuch as it draws us to Him; and really makes you think about your relationship with Deity.

    21. Michelle on said:

      I HIGHLY, HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend this book if you want to overcome a compulsive, addictive behavior (like overeating), or just want to understand the Book of Mormon better, or want to draw closer to the Lord!!! It will help you do all three.

    22. Chrystal on said:

      Wonderful principles to help us really apply the scriptures and prayer in our day-to-day lives and to help us obtain a closer relationship to Christ. I hope to use this 'workbook' for a long time to come.

    23. Sally on said:

      Revolutionary when she wrote it, this book has been adapted by the LDS church for use in Family Services. I realized a while ago that the 12 steps were the same as the gospel of Jesus Christ, and Colleen has made specific connections.

    24. Jennilyn on said:

      This is a great studying book. If anyone wants to know their Savior better then read this. Do not we all have weaknesses to overcome. Addicted to something or not this is a must read for all.

    25. Debbie Noorlander on said:

      I love this book. It's full of quotes from modern and ancient prophets and it's purpose is to bring souls to Christl the way to Christ.

    26. Ann on said:

      A very interesting read and good insight to those that have addictions. Written as a workbook like the twelve step program for AA. Recommend to those of the LDS faith.

    27. Traci on said:

      The most influential book I read in the past year. Through studying this book and the Book of Mormon I gained a knowledge of Christ as my personal Savior in a way I had never felt before.

    28. Dee Ann on said:

      This is a powerful book that helps one to apply the Atonement to everyday life.

    29. Jeanne on said:

      This book is a journey to discovering the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ in your life. Go through it as she suggests, don't just skim over it.

    30. Ger on said:

      Very good workbook for anyone who struggles with addiction in any form. I would recommend it to nearly everyone because we all have issues that we need to get under control.

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