Tag: Plans

Church For People With Addictions

Ephesians 1:11 It’s in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for. Long before we first heard of Christ and got our hopes up, he had his eye on us, had designs on us for glorious living. Acts 2:38 Peter said, “Change […]

#2292 What The Bible Says

Don’t brag about your plans for tomorrow—wait and see what happens. Don’t praise yourself; let others do it! A rebel’s frustrations are heavier than sand and rocks.                                            […]

#2115 God Does The Impossible

1 Corinthians 16:9 I will stay here, because a good opportunity for a great and growing work has been given to me now.     The seemingly impossible in our lives are opportunities for God to work in and through our lives. God did the impossible when He […]

Temptation

Keep a cool head. Stay alert. The Devil is poised to pounce and would like nothing better than to catch you napping. Keep your guard up. You’re not the only ones plunged into these hard times. It’s the same with Christians all over the world. So keep a […]

Keep It Simple

What The Bible Says: The answer’s simple: Live right, speak the truth, despise exploitation, refuse bribes, reject violence, avoid evil amusements. Isaiah 33:15 God’s Decree. “There is something I’m looking for: a person simple and plain, reverently responsive to what I say. Isaiah 66:2 He’s already made it […]

How Much Has Recovery Cost You?

I wrote this after a meeting at Belgrave South Baptist Church a while ago. You can be sure of this: The Lord set apart the godly for Himself. The Lord will answer when I call to Him. Psalms 4:3  Today at Belgrave South Baptist Church was Testimony meeting […]

#40-God Has a Plan For You

Philippians 2:13 God is working in you. He wants your plans and your acts to be in keeping with his good purpose. Our motivations, faith and obedience cannot be separated in recovery. They are all areas in which God wants to reign. He created us all with a […]

Day 330, 2017

BE GUIDED BY GOD Proverbs 20:18 Make plans by asking for guidance.  Recovery is a spiritual battle. To succeed in it we need spiritual guidance. The best sources of spiritual guidance any of us can us are God’s Word and prayer. God’s guidance for our futures comes with […]