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  1. xXkiller42

    xXkiller42 Fapstronaut

    I need someone to be my AP, I can't get back to my 32 days, I've been praying every night but something has gotten me held up on it, if you got a snap or don't care about giving a number out, HMU PLEASE.
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  2. If I can serve you in this capacity, please feel free to send me a DM on here any time. I am praying for you and cheering you on to a better kind of life!
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  3. Nuhope

    Nuhope Fapstronaut

    If I can be AP for more people than only one (because I am already an AP for another one), I am Your AP, too. Just send me emails, if You want to!

    32 days is more than a month, longer than a cycle in which the body starts to reurge. So it is quite normal, that the urge comes between one month very intensely "back". But I managed one month without MO (bad not beeing able so no PMO, but one month no touch is not bad either!) - it was possible because I had two nice fellow compaigner. So I start a quarter without PMO at all with more fellow compainger (you can join us!).

    Let's pray for each other, together we get free!!!
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  4. stands to reason

    stands to reason Fapstronaut

    Last edited: Jan 17, 2020
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  5. stands to reason

    stands to reason Fapstronaut

    @ndrew,Tao Jones, and every other brainwashed ('believer') who thinks PMO is an addiction; please understand the whole addiction concept is deception. It's a lie from Satan. And, addiction is not from the Holy Spirit. God forbid! Addiction just means you are not willing to lay your sin at the feet of Jesus. Lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God. Read and
    study from a KJV Bible. Whom you serve --is your Master. Serve and give into the flesh or love God and serve in the Spirit. Our ultimate destination is our personal choice, and can be the most severe of choices. Whom we serve. Men grow up. The lake of fire. And, Mr. Jones, and I help these younger single 'Christians' become Christians. A married person cannot help a young single sufferer the way a never married Christian should be able to. Why is this? Because you lied going into your marriage and have no legal right to guide another into semen retention. We are glad for you in the success you've overcome, Tao Jones, but there is absolutely no PMO addiction out there. You are deceived. The More you let that garbage into your mindset and promote the false science of PMO addiction at Group Christian Fapstronauts, the more you are harming yourself and those you say you have been led to lead and serve. Your current mindset is not listening to the Holy Spirit. Why do you think you should be an AP for any single person here? A married Christian should not be masturbating or looking at porn anyways. What lies do you reveal you have overcome? PMO addiction
    is a lie.
    I personally don't think you or any married person (especially those who think they are Christian) should be giving advice to any single person at You should lock the door behind you and your spouse, and end any betrayal to that spouse and God. And, please Mr. Jones, don't DM me back. Stay far away from confusion which is babyl/on. The Beast system. No longer will I tolerate your heresy. For those who have spiritual ears to hear and to understand. ~ Stands To Reason.
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2020
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  6. Lakeside

    Lakeside Fapstronaut

    I'll admit to not being entirely sure what some parts of your message where meant to mean (would I be right in thinking English is not your first language?), but I would like to take issue with some of the bits I did understand.

    Firstly; why exactly are you attacking Tao Jones? I know he puts a lot of time and effort into helping a large number of people on NoFap, and I myself have been extremely grateful for his help (which has helped me get back on track after I had slid backward into old habits a for a bit). Maybe you should think twice before you attack another person suffering from the same problem as you; especially when that person does so much to seek to help others.
    As always, we need to look at what the Bible says:
    "Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye." - (Matthew 7:1‭-‬5 NIV )

    "Do not speak evil of one another, brethren. He who speaks evil of a brother and judges his brother, speaks evil of the law and judges the law. But if you judge the law, you are not a doer of the law but a judge. There is one Lawgiver, who is able to save and to destroy. Who are you to judge another?" - (James 4:11-12 NKJV)

    So we should all be very very careful about passing judgement on others. Me, you, and everyone else on these forums. This is a general point that applies well beyond this particular situation. Lets put our efforts into our personal walk with God and avoid judging the quality of other's walks with Him.
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  7. Lakeside

    Lakeside Fapstronaut

    And now more briefly:

    Why shouldn't a married person give advice to single people? Clearly every married person has experience of being single (no one is born married). And more crucially, the advice being offered by the person in this specific context is advise on breaking free from PMO, so experience of that is what matters most, not whether they're single or married.

    And also, were you saying there's no such thing as PMO addiction, or did I misunderstand you? (My apologies if so)

    No Christian should be looking at porn or (in my opinion) masturbating; whether they are married or not makes no difference.
  8. I was captive to the prison of PMO for over 25 years. If I can help even one learn to break free, I will do so. As long as God calls me to this place, I will be here to help in any way I can. I do not have it all figured out, but one thing I know: I was blind, but now I see! If he gives me strength to help others, no one can stop him. If he does not, my greatest effort will amount to nothing.

    Let's work together to defeat the lies of the enemy and be united in Christ together. We are on the same team! :)
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