Let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At the right time, we will harvest a good crop if we don’t give up or quit. With these qualities active and growing in your lives, no grass will grow under your feet, no day will pass without its reward as you mature in your experience of our Master Jesus.
Galatians 6:9 ~ 2 Peter 1:8
A God-loyal life keeps you on track; sin dumps the wicked in the ditch. Proverbs 13:6 Men of integrity, whose hearts are sincere in the ways of God observe every command of Christ
Recovery calls for living in accordance with The Twelve Steps, which align with the Word of God.
Through the process of recovery, we have recognized defects and flaws in our character that need to be addressed and changed.
Now that we are telling the truth we need to start and look at ways of changing what we do to line up with our new way of living. God’s way.
People all the time say to me “I don’t know what God wants from me.” The answer is He wants you to love Him and love others. He wants you to listen to Him and to act according to His Word in every area of your life.
- What bad habits have you changed so far in recovery?
- What still needs to be changed?