Tag: Relationship

#29-Self-Deception

Proverbs 28:26 Anyone who trusts in himself is foolish. But a person who lives wisely is kept safe.  “I only trust myself!” “I can do it!” Two of the most self-deceptive statements we have all said at one time or another in our lives. We have been on […]

#20-Time to reflect

Psalms 18:6 When I was in trouble, I called out to the Lord. I cried to my God for help. From his temple, he heard my voice. My cry for help reached his ears.  The night before you entered recovery; do you remember where you were? What you […]

Living Life Recovery Reflection #244

Matthew 12:35 A good man says good things. These come from the good that is put away inside him. An evil man says evil things. These come from the evil that is put away inside him.  A good man says good things! What we say should please God. […]

#242-Let go of resentment

Matthew 5:23 “Suppose you are offering your gift at the altar. And you remember that your brother has something against you.”  This scripture in Matthew goes on to say “If you remember someone has something against you leave your gift and go and make peace, then come back […]

Learn to Live Life

In 2015 when God introduced me to Living Life Recovery He gave me a slogan. That slogan was “Recovery is about Living Life. Living Life is not just about recovery.” As an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1987, it annoyed me and depressed me to think for the […]

Daily Reflection August 14, 2016

Romans 14:7 We don’t live for ourselves alone. And we don’t die all by ourselves.  The most important relationship in our recovery is our relationship with God. Everything we are going through is to bring us to the point of service to Him and others. He rescued me […]

2015–Day 32

I love the Lord because he hears my voice and my prayer for mercy. Psalm 116:1 God hears and answers the prayers of those who come to Him in distress. Caught up in our addictive and compulsive behaviours we were often unaware of the danger they posed to […]

Luke 15:20

.“While the son was still a long way off, his father saw him coming and felt sorry for him. So he ran to him and hugged and kissed him. God actively seeks those who have strayed from Him or do not have a personal relationship with Him.