Tag: Serenity

Step 6 – Day 4

In the message it says 2 Corinthians 8:12 “Once the commitment is clear, you do what you can, not what you can’t. The heart regulates the hands.” Too often in life, we talk ourselves out of doing what God tells us to do through our opinion of our […]

#2081 Serenity Prayer Devotional 29

READ TITUS 2:11-14  No matter how terrible our past has been, we can make changes for the better in our mind, body, and spirit. Some of us may have come to the conclusion that we just can’t change. But if we are willing to place our life in […]

Monday Night at Living Life Recovery

The Serenity Prayer is commonly attributed to Protestant theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, who composed it in the 1940s. According to its website, Alcoholics Anonymous adopted the Serenity Prayer and began including it in AA materials in 1942. What is so special about this prayer that millions of people use across the world […]

Concentrate On You

1 Peter 2:1 Stop telling lies. Don’t pretend to be something you are not. Stop wanting what others have. Don’t speak against each other. All the time in recovery I experience people who want to complain about others in recovery. The Bible tells us to love God and […]

2016 – Day 62

STEP 3: I am making a decision to let God help me change and commit to working with Him to do so. Philippians 4:4-7 Celebrate God all day, every day. I mean, revel in him! Make it as clear as you can to all you meet that you’re on […]

September 8, 2015

Half-heartedness in applying ourselves to the recovery principles or in our attitude towards the saving grace of Christ is likely to leave us feeling lost and incomplete. Afraid of being left without the security of our drug of choice, yet wanting so desperately sobriety and serenity is not […]