Chosen: The Path to Divine Acceptance

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Cedar Fort, May 1, 2007 - Religion - 207 pages
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If the Lord cannot look upon sin with the least degree of allowance, how can He love me after what I've done?Elder Curtis had repented of his pornography addiction, hadn't he? After all, he'd stayed clear of it for six months before his mission interviews so that he could tell his leaders he was worthy. So why was he still feeling so guilty after all these months?In this easy-to-follow integration of doctrine and fiction, a wise mission president helps Elder Curtis realize the depth of his sin and that he simply has not completed the steps of repentance. Through the encouraging words of current General Authorities and prophets of old, the mission president then leads Elder Curtis step-by-step through the repentance process. the young missionary eventually learns that he must experience godly sorrow in order to truly repent, and only then can he understand the glorious truth that the Lord still loves him.Use Chosen as a guide to lead you or your loved one step-by-step through the repentance process and you too will come to see that the Lord is with you - every step of the way.
 

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Contents

The Rescue Begins
The Conscience A Gift of Love
Further Discussion on the Conscience
Godly Sorrow and Worldly Sorrow
Further Discussion on Godly Sorrow and Guilt
The Problem We All Inherited
Further Discussion on Being Fallen
Blessed Are the Repentant
Relapse
Further Discussion on Relapse
To Live with Regret or Hope
Further Discussion on Hope
The Opportunity of Confession
Final Instructions
Deciding to Be Chosen
Rising above Perfectionism

Further Discussion on the Gospel of Repentance
He Taketh Away
Further Discussion on the Glad Tidings
A Challenging Run
Reaching Beyond Repentance
Ive Got to Go Home Today
Choosing to Choose
Moving into the Process
Forsaking Our Sins
Further Discussion on Forsaking Our Sins
Making Restitution
Further Discussion on Making Restitution
The Path to Perfection
Permission to Proceed
Avoiding Negative Labels
Epilogue
More on Perfectionism
Addiction Recovery Resources
Bibliography
Index of Examples
Index of Quotations
Index of Terms
About the Author
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