Month: November 2018

#2062 What’s Your Value?

Having had a Spiritual Awakening! Over the past couple of days I have been blessed in the City of Melbourne as I attended ‘Awakening Australia 2018.’ Since Friday I have been running in to a number of people from different stages of my spiritual walk I haven’t seen or spoken […]

#2061 The Word For Recovery

You, God, shield me on all sides; You ground my feet, you lift my head high; With all my might I shout up to God, His answers thunder from the holy mountain. Psalm 3:3 Shouting up to God is an important part of the recovery process. David looked to […]

#2059 Do What’s Right

Matthew 5:6 Blessed are those who are hungry and thirsty for what is right. They will be filled. God wants us to do what is right always.  His word is our road map to doing the right things in our thoughts, in our behaviours and in life in […]

#2058 Keep Moving Forward

The Bible says in Galatians 6:9 “Let us not get tired of doing what is right, for after a while we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t get discouraged and give up.” It is easy to do the right thing when everything appears to be working out […]

#2057 We are Growing

1 John 2:3 We know that we have come to know God if we obey his commands. Continually checking on our progress through recovery is a good thing. It helps us to realise we have grown. Spiritual growth is not like physical growth. We can’t always see it. […]

#2055 God Teaches Us

James 1:19 My dear brothers and sisters, pay attention to what I say. Everyone should be quick to listen. But they should be slow to speak. They should be slow to get angry. Instead of blaming God when things don’t go the way we think they should we […]

#2054 How Amazing is My God!

Before I was born God knew me, and He loved me. Even when I got it wrong. And, believe me I got it very wrong, He cared. Because He created me and He knows all about me all He asks from me is to be the best Archie […]

#2053 The Differences Get In The Way

“Generally, people like people who are like themselves.” ― Joseph Deitch In most recovery fellowships I have belonged to over the last 30+ years they promote the slogan “LOOK FOR THE SIMILARITES NOT THE DIFFERENCES?”  when thay talk about listeningand relating to other members. And then I listen to long-term members […]