The reader of these blogs might be thinking, “These blogs sound too good to be true. The big push for accountability-based escape from sins of the flesh gained traction in the mid-1990s . If escape without accountability were possible, surely other authors would have written about it in the last 25-plus years. I need to see some Case Study results in support of the theological claims made in A Way of Escape.”
CASE STUDY RESULTS IN SUPPORT OF THE THEOLOGICAL CLAIMS MADE IN A WAY OF ESCAPE
Regular, near-daily viewing of the Spirit-anointed apps rewires neural pathways, which, in turn, significantly reduces both the number and strength of enemy “incomings.” In the Way of Escape Case Study, these reduced-strength attacks of the flesh occurred only about one-fifth (1/5) as often, once cleaner neural pathways were established.
[this post describes Case Study results on reductions in the number and strength of incomings; for more data on: (i) complete mind renewal, and (ii) vanishing episodes of “acting out,” see the full blog at www.wileygrafbooks.com/news/case-study-results-v2]
A GAME-CHANGING BOOK HAS ARRIVED
In A Way of Escape, readers learn how to reduce the number and strength of “incomings” by stepping up the degree to which they “walk in the Spirit” (Galatians 5:16). They learn how to build a library of Spirit-anointed, flesh-diffusing apps. Apps that are uniquely fitted to them, and their unique Spirit-filling triggers.
I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh (Galatians 5:16).
The still-struggling now have another option. The still-struggling now have fresh hope for discovering that long-sought-after way of escape from sin and temptation (I Corinthians 10:13). A way that—because it is wholly Spirit-powered—does not require enlisting the aid of an accountability partner or group. Truly, a game-changer!
1. Weiss, D., Clean: A Proven Plan for Men Committed to Sexual Integrity, First Printing, Thomas Nelson, Nashville, TN, pages 156-157 [the author’s time in seminary (in the early 1980s, page 156) was at least a decade before men were talking about accountability or accountability partners (page 157)], 2013