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Available from today: the 2nd edition of Dealing with temptation. Available in bookstores and online stores (such as Bol.com). In addition to linguistic corrections, an afterword has been added. The reason for the afterword is to further emphasize that this book is not about creating or affirming a guilt, but the desire for - and focus on - a Person. Earlier I wrote a bit about it in the blog Watching porn, why not. This text serves as the basis of the epilogue.
Flap text: This book is about dealing with temptations, breaking patterns and being focused on God. How sneaky temptations can be, how wide-ranging and dangerous, is discussed on the topic of sex addiction. The essence of temptation is that it wants to keep you from what you really care about: your health, your marriage, your children, God. It makes you a slave to your needs (addicted).
The premise of this book is that if you want to be connected to God, you don't must, may or can change, but that simply because of this relationship you willchange. It is the logical consequence of His closeness and reciprocal relationship. In that change you will find that there are patterns that want to hold you, sins that feel comfortable and where giving resistance is difficult. In that, this book wants to be a guide. It is written from thoughts of restoration, unity and desire for a life closer to God.