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 to consider Jesus Christ.
A caring God looks looks after those drugged by lies, and ruined by recklessness who come to sanity and rectify their attitudes and behaviors. Isaiah 55:7 says “Let the one who is evil stop doing evil things. And let him quit thinking evil thoughts. Let him turn to the Lord. The Lord will show him his tender love. Let him turn to our God. He is always ready to forgive.” Recovery is a commendable thing to do. To “Turn to the Lord before it’s too late. Call out to him while he’s still ready to help you.” (Isaiah 55:6)
Recovery requires honesty and facing exposure to the truth. Not allowing ourselves to be come complacent. Nor engaging in exaggerating or half truths as we share pour experience, strength and hope with others.
Let us maximize our effort for gaining God’s commendation for seeking and knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
2 Timothy 2:15 Do your best to please God.
Be a worker who doesn’t need to be ashamed. Teach the message of truth correctly.