Daily Prayable: Is Your Bad Habit Destroying Your Health? - Thursday, January 20, 2011
Today I did not do that thing I should not do: That thing I've allowed to define me, for far too long.
I tell myself stories about it. "It keeps me thin." "I can't resist it." Today I realized those stories are lies, and I didn't listen.
I know You are here, my support and my shield, infusing me with strength I do not possess. I thank you.
Today, stay here beside me. Help me tomorrow, and the day after that to say no to cigarettes again and again, ceaselessly, because I value the life you've given me, and I do not want to abbreviate it.
- Lori Strawn
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