Month: May 2021

Verse For Today

Praise the Lord. I will praise the Lord with all my heart. I will praise him where honest people gather for worship. The Lord has done great things. All who take delight in what he has done will spend time thinking about it. What he does shows his […]

Verse for Today

We have a high priest who can feel it when we are weak and hurting. We have a high priest who has been tempted in every way, just as we are. But he did not sin. Hebrews 4:15 We can be comforted knowing that in His life here […]

Talk to God then listen

On completion of my list of sinful habits, I will confess them to God and to someone that I trust.  Psalms 40:12 There are more troubles all around me than I can count. My sins have caught up with me, and I can’t see any longer. My sins […]

Overwhelming GUILT

STEP FIVE:On completion of my list of sinful habits, I will confess them to God and to someone that I trust.  BIBLE READING: I’m on the edge of losing it— the pain in my gut keeps burning. I’m ready to tell my story of failure, I’m no longer […]

Recovery Devotion 136, 2021

RECOVERY CHANGES LIVESPsalms 32:3  When I kept silent about my sin, my body became weak because I groaned all day long. Suppressed guilt and shame in my life because of how I was living made it impossible for me to live a normal life. All-day, every day I […]

Verse For Today

“Chosen by God for this new life of love, dress in the wardrobe God picked out for you: compassion, kindness, humility, quiet strength, discipline.” Colossians 3:12 In order to keep moving forward on the ‘Road to Recovery’ we must put on the wardrobe God picked out for us. […]

Letting Go of Resentment

LETTING GO OF RESENTMENT AS PART OF THE PROCESS OF CHANGE, I WILL IDENTIFY AND RECORD EVERYONE I HAVE HARMED AND THROUGH PRAYER BECOME WILLING TO MAKE RESTITUTION TO THEM. Matthew 5:23 “Suppose you are offering your gift at the altar. And you remember that your brother has […]

We are all in this together

We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. We are all in this together. The purpose *of recovery fellowships is to support. We are not here to fix each other. Fixing our lives is God’s domain, not ours. In […]