Tag: Recovery

Salvation Brings Freedom

Recovery with Christ brings FREEDOM! Romans 6:6-9 Could it be any clearer? Our old way of life was nailed to the Cross with Christ, a decisive end to that sin-miserable life–no longer at sin’s every beck and call! What we believe is this: If we get included in […]

Step Nine

STEP NINE 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 others pain or suffering. Having completed steps 1 to 8 we start step nine, aware that some of the resentment we […]

What The Bible Says

James 4:10  Get down on your knees before the Master; it’s the only way you’ll get on your feet. Bowing in humility before the Lord means recognizing that our worth comes from God alone. To be humble involves leaning on his power and his guidance, and not going our […]

At The Right Time

There is a right time for everything in the process of recovery. That is why we need to:   Stay in communication with God:He will reveal the right times to us for everything. Do regular spiritual check-ups on ourselves:It is easy to get caught up in the process […]

Verse For Today

It is easy as we walk ‘The Road To Recovery’ to mistake God’s patience with us for His approval. As we walk the road we need to learn to stop and ask God to reveal to us the things in our lives we need to change with His help to […]

Moral Inventory

For the next three years, Bill Wilson pursued his recovery through the Oxford Group, which emphasized the following: 1. Complete deflation (of false pride) 2. Dependence on and guidance from God 3. Moral inventory 4. Confession Restitution 5. Continued work with other suffering persons This week at ‘Celebrate Recovery’ we […]

Praise Him!

We will celebrate and praise you, Lord! You are good to us, and your love never fails. No one can praise you enough for all of the mighty things you have done. Psalms 106:1-2 If we are still happy running amuck (living by our own rules) it reflects in […]

He Watches Over Us

1 Peter 2:25 “You were like sheep wandering away.” But now you have returned to the Shepherd. He is the one who watches over your souls. We can place our soul under the protection of Jesus. He is our Shepherd and He protects us from harm. That doesn’t […]