4 thoughts on “Young Women Seduced By Porn: How My Parents Helped Me Break Free

  1. Thanks for sharing your story, Natalie! Keep being a light during your studies and beyond… But definitely at Wright State (as with any college scene!) I know there are many women and men around you that need help in battling pornography!

  2. I have been addicted to pornography for over 10 years now and the addiction is seems strong whenever I have my mind fixated on the thoughts of porn. This is the only thing that has severed me from having a intimate lively spiritual based relationship with my heavenly Father. I know that this is not my true nature because God in various manners have revealed to me that this is not me. After watching and pleasuring in pornography, immediately I seem distant from God. I find it difficult to pray or worship God or even read the scriptures. Its a terrible addiction from hell and declines one’s stance to progressive living both in the physical realm as well as in the spiritual. Sometimes I try justifying the idea that porn is good and its led me down the road of even living a promiscious lifestyle. I know its a problem and I need to make a complete change of current lifestyle. When I wasn’t terribly indulgent in porn or its addiction, I had revelations through dreams to the point that an assembly of heaven (choir) called me while I was in a dream to change my ways and live a holy life because I am wasn’t the person I thought I was based on the lifestyle I chose to live. In my dream, I couldn’t see this group of singers who sang a very melodious song that I’ve never heard before sung on earth. However the type of songs that I could use to closely associate with the song I heard in this particular dream are old sacred hymns that we hadly hear sung in today’s churches. This group of choir through the song sang called me to return home. In the dream however I saw in the clouds above whites horses that were transparent but I could notes of the horses because I saw them but saw no one riding the horse; only heard melodious voices calling me home. After this particular dream because the addiction for porn grew in my mind I literally stop experiencing or having dreams of such significance. Not that I have had a dream in the past like this but I have heard other dreams of great significance that I had no immediate interpretation after I woke up. Porn is dangerous and my life with the Lord has tremedously grown faint. If you believe and work with God help pray that I breakaway from this addiction so I can regain my spiritual calling before its too late for me. I know God loves me but I don’t love him clearly because of porn which blocks my mind from observing his living commandments daily. I would endeavor to get covenant eyes to assist me escape this destructive addiction of both the body and soul.

    • @Jeffery – Thanks for stopping by and sharing with us. Thanks also for sharing the ways God is speaking to your heart.

      I agree that porn is an insidious poison to one’s spiritual life. I know that all too well…personally. I know what it is like to watch porn eat away at my soul until I feel all but dead inside.

      Somewhere I pray God helps you to make the connection between your true identity as a child of God and your behavior. One is meant to be an outcropping of the other. The apostle John said we are children of God and that we are also heirs of eternal life, destined to be like Christ (1 John 3:1-2), but this great hope is meant to spur us on to purity in the here and now (v.3). As we feed on thoughts of eternity, what we will be like when Christ returns in dazzling glory, this is meant to inspire us to see the beauty of holiness against the false promises of pornography. Peter reminds us it is through the great and glorious promises of God that we are sanctified (2 Peter 1).

      Read my post, “3 Biblical Strategies for Fighting Lust.” I pray you can find real freedom.

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