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The meaning of addiction is a compulsive, chronic, physical or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, behavior or activity having harmful physical, psychological or social. Addictions are a very real issue, but they are not impossible to overcome. Most of the time the urge to compulsive use the internet is the is the result of a desire to manage unpleasant feeling such as depression, anxiety and stress. What does Bible say as a Christian? Deut.6:5 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. To love the Lord means to choose Him for an intimate relationship and to obey His commands. This commands to love Him, loving Him was to be wholehearted. According to Jesus, the first greatest commandment in Matt.22:37-38. By God we can overcome ourselves with habitually. He is worthy of our praise and honor.

As important as internet is to us today, the internet is also in danger of turning us all into addicts. Most of the time we are spending online and becomes more natural to each emerging generation. We are hyper-connected, playing game, watching TV constantly using internet addiction has become habitual, rewarding and incredibly hard to give up. Nowadays addiction is a very hard to overcome with the help of God and God’s people. Scripture offers us much encouragement regarding the reality of addiction, God’s Spirit for the believer who seeks to fight against addictive struggles.

Romans 12:21 Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good. If we are honest with ourselves, it sounds very difficult. Most of Paul’s bullet-point commands in the previous verses have to do with setting ourselves aside. It’s tough for us to do this for the good of our fellow Christians, now Paul comes to the final command of the chapter in essence, he commands us to be strong in our conviction to live in this way. We are not to be overcome by evil, but to overcome evil with good. If we are strong in Christ, however we have a great opportunity to overcome evil by continuing to do Christ like good. Evil won’t be annihilated from the word on this side of eternity. That ultimate victory over evil is scheduled for some day in the future, at the hands of God (Rev.20:11-15). All the same, evil can be defeated any time Christian stand up and give back good to those who do wrong to them. Evil struggles to stand against courageous and sacrifice love.

1Corinthians 6:12 All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any. To beat an internet addiction, think about focusing on what is profitable spiritually in your relationship with God and neighbor. Real relationships often get neglected when you are addicted to the internet and screen time.


Here are three primary tips on overcome from the internet addiction and how its help you.

1. Become a developer of online content rather than a consumer, having a development mindset increases creative thinking and problem solving. There is more joy when you are open to the innovative ways of the Lord.

2. Counselling helps improve communications skills with real people dealing with real emotions rather than working through your emotions and embracing what God says about you.

3. Internet addictions can take away from sleep, work, and family and friend relationships. Counselling helps you focus back on your sleep, work, and relationships. Counselling will make you more reflective of each action and it will be easier to evaluated whether you are being spiritually profitable. If you are looking for Christian counselling for internet addiction or some other issue you are feel free to contact us.

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