God promises us a better life through a relationship with Him
Willingness to change our attitudes, actions, thoughts and behaviours is a necessity in the process of recovery.
We need to be on our guard always against things that will drag us backward.
The Twelve Steps encourage us to be in constant relationship with the Holy Spirit.
Sobriety can only be maintained if we, (with other things) nurture a right attitude. It is not only alcohol and drugs that defeat us
When questioned about our recovery if we try to hide the facts it could lead to our downfall.
Learning and applying ‘The Twelve Steps ‘ in my life (according to and aligned with God’s Word) Daily sharing in relationship with the Holy Spirit and acceptance of Jesus Christ as my ‘One True Higher Power’ Has changed everything in my life
Jesus is the ‘One True Higher Power’ The Lord of every day and we need to recognise Him in every day.
For anything to continue to work right it needs continual maintenance,
Today we are encouraged to live ‘one day at a time.’ To learn the lessons we need to learn from our past mistakes and failures