Tag: Choice

Caring Is A Choice

 HAVING IDENTIFIED THE PEOPLE, I HAVE HARMED, I WILL NOW GO AND MAKE RESTITUTION TO THEM. UNLESS TO DO IS GOING TO CAUSE THEM OR OTHER PAIN OR SUFFERING. I didn’t want to do anything behind your back, make you do a good deed that you hadn’t willingly […]

Make The Right Choice

The choice to keep moving forward or go back is a choice we have to make every day for the rest of our lives. When I introduce myself to speak in recovery meetings I generally say: “My name is Archie and I am a recovered alcoholic. Recovered through […]

Thought For Today

Although the readings on this site use the word recovery the prime aim is something much deeper, Re-entry into society is not of itself enough. Entrance into the kingdom of God is priority number one. That is why through learning, implementation, and practice the Twelve Steps need to […]

4o Days of Recovery – Day 11

    Practice Servant Living Matthew 5:41 The Twelve Steps should lead us to be servants, willing to carry the load of others and be a witness of the Saving Grace of Jesus Christ to others. A true witness of spiritual growth through the recovery process is how willing we […]

#1 Morning Start-Up

  DANGEROUS IRRESPONSIBILTY        Psalm 23:4     One of the disciplines I learned early in recovery. In fact, I learned it whilst in rehab in Rockingham in Western Australia through the reading of the Alcoholics Anonymous book 24 Hours a Day. It was the importance of starting […]

#2173 Recovery is a Choice

As we wind down the “Christmas Festivities’ for 2018 and begin preparing for the ‘New Year’ I am reminded today ‘Recovery is a choice’ Jesus came into the world with one purpose “to save sinners’ but is’not automatic. It requires character building work and it requires ‘Making a Choice’ Jesus didn’t come to force us to […]

#2059 Do What’s Right

Matthew 5:6 Blessed are those who are hungry and thirsty for what is right. They will be filled. God wants us to do what is right always.  His word is our road map to doing the right things in our thoughts, in our behaviours and in life in […]

Recovery is a Choice

Since this is the kind of life we have chosen, the life of the Spirit, let us make sure that we do not just hold it as an idea in our heads or a sentiment in our hearts, but work out its implications in every detail of our […]