Come Jesus each and every day..

As we commence a new year I want to say I appreciate your support of this blog and pray that as you read it you may not find it difficult reading. Recovery is a topic I can share about for the rest of my life. I have almost thirty years of recovery experience to rely on and a life-time ahead to acquire more experience.

It is my intention from the start of this year to use social media to share my personal recovery journey and hopefully to encourage one or two of you along the way. Like Paul in todays verse I have been known to talk a lot when it comes to the process of recovery. So I advise everyone intending to read this blog as the year goes on to ‘take what you need and leave the rest.’ I don’t have all the answers but I know The One who does.

If you are new to recovery can I encourage you it is the first days that set the pattern for your on going journey and I encourage you at that start of each and every day to come to Jesus as you are, talk to Him, listen to Him and follow where He leads you. He has a plan for your life, which includes you going to any lengths to achieve, maintain and grow spiritually through the implementation and application of The Twelve Steps of Recovery.

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New life in Jesus is so far reaching and

New life in Jesus is so far reaching and complete. It is a fresh start for all of us. That doesn’t mean our addictions and compulsions will automatically disappear. It does mean that God forgives us – and we are made new in His sight. Through the power of His Holy Spirit we now have at our disposal everything we need to completely change every area of our lives.

Happy New Year!

Year in year out we have all made resolutions about how we are going to change this year:- The results have usually been the same—we end up falling back into the same old bad habits we promised to stop.. Instead of merely making resolutions this year, we need to admit our powerlessness and turn our life over to God. Then we can allow his power to change us from within.

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