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“I’ve prayed healing prayers for people who are ill, and I’ve prayed for guidance in being able to grocery shop without buying the wrong items. My weight loss results from actions I am willing to take, not from asking God to remove my fat or help me lose weight” (Voices of Recovery, p. 318). I can’t pray for weight loss while parked outside a convenience store poised to spend grocery money on junk food, and I can’t complain about other people’s defects of character while I’m blatantly avoiding my own responsibilities. I know this now, but it was an eyeopener

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