Tag: 40 Days of Recovery

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 4o

A NEW DIRECTION John 14:6 Jesus said, “I am the Road, also the Truth, also the Life. No one gets to the Father apart from me.       In these times of engaging in the recovery process, we are constantly being directed. Rather than ignoring sound advice, […]

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 39

      Hebrews 13:16 Make sure you don’t take things for granted and go slack in working for the common good; share what you have with others. God takes particular pleasure in acts of worship–a different kind of “sacrifice”–that take place in kitchen and workplace and on […]

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 38

      Bible Reading: 1 Peter 5:1-5 Focus Verse:  1 Peter 5:5 All of you, leaders and followers alike, are to be down to earth with each other, for– God has had it with the proud, But takes delight in just plain people. We need to be […]

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 37

The Mission Field is Where You Are       Bible Reading: Luke 10:1-20 Focus Verse: Luke 10:20  “The great triumph is not in your authority over evil but in God’s authority over you and presence with you. Not what you do for God but what God does […]

4o Days of Recovery Day 36

I know I missed a day….       All they gave Him [God] was lip service; they lied to Him with their tongues. Their hearts were not loyal to Him. They did not keep His covenant. Yet He was merciful and forgave their sins. Many times He […]

4o Days of Recovery Day 34

      Here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life–your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life–and place it before God as an offering. Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him. Don’t become […]

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 33

    A number of years ago (around the birth of Living Life Recovery) I attended a men’s Bible Study at the Ferntree Gully Salvation Army. In that group, we studied the book of Amos. Since that day the book of Amos has been one of the most […]

4o Days of Recovery ~ Day 32

God measures our service, not by our ability, but by our willingness       STEP THREE I am making a decision to let God help me change and commit to working with Him to do so. Our goal is not recovery: It is spiritual and emotional maturity […]