Bible Verses to Help You Stop Skin Picking


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November 06, 2013

I made this account with the sole purpose of thanking you for being obedient to Christ and making this post. It has really blessed me :) God has been showing me that this is an area He's wanting me to trust Him in, and it helps to know I'm not alone. God bless you.
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March 09, 2015

Thank you...these Bible verses are exactly what I needed to read. I have to remember that I am not my own. I belong to the Father.
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February 24, 2016

Thank you Christian sister, I have always loved and referred to these verses for inspiration. Xoxo
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May 22, 2019

Hi Vessel Registered just so I could say something necessary about your post. It's great that you're finding an increased hunger for the Word of God - Psalm 119:105. I was shocked regarding your comments on masterbation especially as you had come to the conclusion that skinpicking is a sin. I hope you find this article a blessing. A servant of our Lord & Saviour, Jesus Christ. https://applygodsword.com/does-the-bible-say-masturbation-is-sin-christian-masturbation/
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August 06, 2020

Please stop masturbating. It is a sin against God and your own body. Masturbation completely goes against the first scripture you mentioned. Your body is not your own, just because something feels good doesn’t mean it is. God bless
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October 27, 2020

Snoocums and Childofgrace, please look at yourselves and consider the planks in your own eyes. Vessel poured out her heart to share this and to help others. She knew masturbation was a sin and a problem, she was simply confessing that a secular worldly resource led her to that. She put herself out there. She wrote hundreds of other words including Scripture. You honed in on her one confession. You used her confession against her! This is what enemies do, not loving Christian friends. Please reflect on yourselves and what compulsion led you to focus on her admission of sin. This was not helpful to her and discourages others that already have a problem in which they are ashamed.
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October 27, 2020

Where did I say one thing hateful or even sinful in my comment? I know my own personal struggle with masturbation and I’m warning and informing her out of love because she did not confess that she understands masturbation as a practice that she knows is harmful to her otherwise it would’ve been clear in the text. In fact she almost recommends it as a form of “mindful body awareness” that “lead her to discover herself and achieve her first orgasm”. If your version of love is to keep quiet and watch someone suffer then you do not know the love of God or what it is to be locked in the jaws of porn and masturbation. I will assume you misread her article or my comment. Have a lovely day
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October 27, 2020

Yomamaward Also, I have read Snoocums comment and hers is even more loving than mine in that she even complimented her hunger for the Word and suggested a helpful article. What you consider to be love is very concerning to me. “Better is open rebuke than hidden love.” Proverbs 27:5 Also, just to show you even more how one can rebuke in love - Nathan rebukes King David (2Sam12:1-12), Jesus rebukes Peter (Matt16:23), Peter rebukes the Jews (Acts 2:22-23). These are few of MANY loving rebukes in the bible (Google “rebukes in the bible”. Please learn to speak with truth, courage and love.
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October 27, 2020

ChildofGrace. What did you rebuke? Vessel clearly communicated she knew she took on something worse in her dilemma. Dishing out rebukes is fine, but then there is that bothersome plank when received.