Tag: Worth

The Word For Recovery

1 Chronicles 16:24 Sing to God, everyone and everything! Get out his salvation news every day! Publish his glory among the godless nations, his wonders to all races and religions. And why? Because God is great—well worth praising! No god or goddess comes close in honor. All the […]

#2334 Thought For Today

There is One Way I know to live, growing, lasting recovery and that is through a personal relationship with Jesus, How do I know that? Because I have tried it without Him and tried it with Him and my personal experience confirms He is the only way too […]

I Admitted My Life Was a Mess

The Bible says “I’m a mess. I’m nothing and have nothing: make something of me.” Psalms 40:17 When we first arrive a rock-bottom we feel pretty worthless and can relate to the verse above. But the first step to beginning the recovery process is admitting the mess we are in. […]

The Right Attitude

Ephesians 5:6 Don’t let anyone fool you with worthless words. People who say things like that aren’t obeying God. He is angry with them.  What we say affects others and what others say affects us. I used to work with a guy who used to complain about the […]

You’ll Get Through This

The false facade of thinking more highly of yourself than of others has to go; it’s a mask everyone has worn. A subtle smokescreen from the pit of hell declares that what you did in the past disqualifies you from the Father’s unconditional love. When you feel worthless, […]

God expects us to be different.

God expects us to be different. Early in recovery we tend to keep contact with some of our old habits and relationships. We can find ourselves living a double life. Acting one way when we are with others in recovery and another way when we are with people […]


God’s value of us is based on His character, not ours i don’t deserve all the love and loyalty you’ve shown me. When I left here and crossed the Jordan I only had the clothes on my back, and now look at me! Genesis 32:10  In God’s eyes […]

Who let the dogs out?

A few years ago every one asking “Who let the dogs out?” Did you hear that song? A group of Bahamian natives, using a West African-inspired rhythm as the basis of their music, produced a record that stormed the world. It was an apparent response to a news […]