Help With Porn: Covenant Eyes

game_planA few years ago I decided to start getting serious about porn. I kept trying and kept trying and kept trying. Didn’t matter what I did. There is a lot that I could say, and I will say that I still must fight. I suspect I always will this side of heaven, but that battle has all ready been won.

There was a huge turning point, when I decided to do whatever it took to rid myself of this disgusting thing. I didn’t want to spend money, but finally I relented, and I now pay a little bit a month to subscribe to Covenant Eyes. Nonetheless, though I can’t say the biggest difference at the time was noticeable in my heart, but it did make a huge difference.

If your like me, you know that filters just won’t work. It ain’t that hard to get around them. And it’s only a matter of time before you do. With Covenant Eyes, you movement on the internet, even the suspect areas, are reported to whomever you wish. So, if you are serious about all this, and really want to make things change, then its time to drag into the light what needs to be brought that it may die. We gotta do what it takes, even if that means paying 9 dollars a month. But you can use the link below to get your first month free.

https://covenanteyes.com/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=493

By all means my friend, I beg you to take this serious. Use Covenant Eyes today, we must strive diligently, regardless of how many times we fail, to walk in the spirit and not the flesh. Make no provisions for the flesh! It’s time to get serious!

About Daniel Mason

Daniel Mason is currently pursuing a Bachelors in Theology, and is founder and creator of Disciple's Perspective.

16 thoughts on “Help With Porn: Covenant Eyes

  1. My fiancé was doing this before we started dating. He added me to his accountability group and I saw everything that he browsed on his phone and home computer. There were some sites that came up questionable that I asked him about. Everything came back fine with the site, but he told me that I could click for myself and see what he saw. My anxieties definitely went down and it was a huge encouragement for me!

  2. I have never had a problem with porn. Never liked it and never will. Good luck with yours addiction.

    “Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a person commits are outside the body, but whoever sins sexually, sins against their own body.” (1 Corinthians 6:18)
    “Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.” (Hebrews 13:4)
    “But since sexual immorality is occurring, each man should have sexual relations with his own wife, and each woman with her own husband.” (1 Corinthians 7:2)

  3. Online accountability is a huge help for those that struggle. Another company is X3watch. You’re right: changing outward behavior doesn’t change the heart, but it’sa step in the right direction. God bless!

  4. I certainly have a couple of friends that need this,
    And I also have to add that the idea is genius, internet accountability….although sometimes the accountability lies with you, you are the first line of defense

  5. I’m not really heavy into scripture or necessarily view porn as morally wrong, but there is an interesting website you should check out called http://www.yourbrainonporn.com The site doesn’t deal with any moral issues but it does talk extensively about the physiological problems that porn can cause, literally changing the way that your brain processes information.

    It has some really interesting articles if you’re curious about that stuff.

  6. I’m glad you’re talking about this. As difficult as it must be, I think it could be helpful to others struggling with this addiction. And certainly, 9 dollars a month is a small price to have accountability and added help in repenting of this problem.

    Many blessings.

  7. I am not sure, this is such a good service. Here are my reasons:
    1. I am sure one can bypass it. It is not much better than a filter, just a bit different.
    2. It invades your privacy in a holistic way.
    3. If you have to report everything you are going to see to somebody else for judgement, you are not giving up a habit voluntarily. You simply try to please the judge.
    Overall, I am not convinced that something like that could really make a difference to how somebody feels and what kind of offers he or she is about to accept. I rather believe that you might be unhappily depressing your desires, just to find yourself overwhelmed by them somewhen in the future. If you really want to change your ways, I believe there is nothing else but your own strength of mind to get you to there. A phoney spy tool will certainly not do the trick.

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