Month: June 2016

Daily Reflection, 30 June, 2016

In Living Life Recovery there is no mincing with words. We say what we mean and we mean what we say. We face facts, we see our own ugly selves. But we also see the hidden credentials. We are confronted with the truth of the Bible and challenged […]

Daily Reflection, 29 June, 2016

Any group of people will have varied opinions on most things.However most of the time when asked a question they will give the answer that is expected of them not what they really think. Peter boldly, openly and rightly when pushed for an answer from Jesus said.“You’re the […]

Daily Reflection, 26 June, 2016

The Bible says in Galatians 5:22-23 The fruit the Holy Spirit produces is love, joy and peace. It is being patient, kind and good. It is being faithful and gentle and having control of oneself. There is no law against things of that kind. The fruit of the […]

Daily Reflection, June 27, 2016

Think about the process of recovery. About all the things God has forgiven you for. About all the things you haven’t dealt with yet because you are not yet strong enough. All the things you know that He will forgive because of His unconditional love for you. “How […]

Daily Reflection, June 26, 2016

The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous talks about us trying to find and easier, softer way.Human nature is to always take the easy least troublesome way.  You will not forget your past, but you no longer have to live there. There will be things  you think about doing but won’t do […]

Daily Reflection – June 25,2016

God’s holiness is our standard for living life recovery. When we turn our lives over to God we can sometimes feel pressure pulling us back to our old ways of living. Recovery requires total commitment to God and His way of living. It means living lives that are […]

Daily Reflection, June 24, 2016

Following God’s guide book (The Bible) leads to blessing. Spiritual growth through listening, understanding and obeying God’s Word  is a blessing. Through His Word God promises us His love and his power. Receipt of His blessing also includes staying in contact with others in recovery. Those who isolate […]

Daily Reflection – June 21, 2016

There’s a song in The Salvation Army song book that says: There’s a path that’s sometimes thorny,There’s a narrow way, and straight;It is called the path of duty,And it leads to Heaven’s gate.While we tread this path of duty,We will find our needs suppliedFrom the river of God’s […]

Daily Reflection – June 20,2016

Psalms 146-150 are filled with praise. Each one begins with “Praise the Lord.” They teach us the importance of   Praising God in the process of recovery. Praise takes our minds off of our problems. Praise moves our focus from ourselves to God. Praise moves us from individual meditation […]

Daily Reflection, June 19, 2016

All the time in recovery I experience people who want to complain about others in recovery. The Bible tells us to love God and love others. How can we do that when we are too busy taking other people’s inventories? The Serenity Prayer says in its first request […]