Covenant Eyes: Combatting the Addiction to Pornography – There IS Help!

Defeat Porn. Together. Covenant Eyes is designed to help you and those you love live free from pornography. Partner Up to Defeat Porn Your allies will receive comprehensive reports of your screen activity, lessening the temptation to look at porn. Life-Changing Conversations Through meaningful conversations, your allies will be there to pick you up when you fall down, and cheer you on when you succeed. Break Bad Habits For Good With the help of your allies, you can soar to new heights both online and offline, and say goodbye to porn forever. Don’t have an ally? Covenant Eyes can still help. Get Started The Power of Screen Accountability™ Our patented next-generation technology redefines accountability. What people do online impacts their lives offline. Protect yourself and family with Covenant Eyes Screen Accountability. Porn is the Ultimate Villain Isolates you Ruins your relationships Kills your confidence Supports human trafficking Addiction forming Fuels shame and hopelessness Causes ED 🙁 Beat Porn with Covenant Eyes Connects you to others Restores trust Boosts confidence and peace AI detects porn on your devices Breaks the shame cycle Equips your ally to help you Helps restore sexual function Source: Covenant Eyes: Combatting the Addiction to Pornography –...

27th Tuesday in Ordinary Time

  FRIENDS and SERVANTS of the WORD October 10, 2017 27th Tuesday of Ordinary Time     WORD of the DAY Man and beast alike must be covered with sackcloth and call loudly to God; they all must turn from their evil way and from the violence of their hands. When God saw by their actions how they turned from their evil way, he repented of the evil he had threatened to do to them; he did not carry it out. (Jonah 3: 10) How shall I live this Word? Jonah overcame his initial fear and let himself be transported by the huge fish to Nineveh.  Here his preaching, his faithful repetition of God’s words shake up the inhabitants who take him very seriously and take on an attitude of conversion.  This seems to represent what will be the paresis of the first apostles who fearlessly proclaimed the resurrection of Jesus to anyone. God is moved by the readiness and conversion of the Ninevites and forgives them, removing the threats he had made. His efficacious mediation does not please Jonah and he criticizes this weakness of God. Lord, we too are like Jonah and like the older brother in...