It is commonly difficult to admit that you have abandoned control of your personal life to a compulsive behavior,and even more difficult to ask for help. Many find themselves trapped in problematic controlling behaviors such as addiction to drugs, alcohol, sex, gambling, or smoking. Some also struggle with; eating, fear, violent temper, control and other disorders. We know that spiritual wellness is key to gaining and maintaining a healthy mind, body and spirit. As you listen to the audios, meditate on the Word of God remembering what He has already done and what you want him to do for you. He loves you and is faithful to what He has said in His Word.
First Step ... Day 1 thru 9
I realize that I am powerless over the problems controlling my life.
STEP 2... Day 10 thru 16
I acknowledge my belief that God, the source of all power, will restore me to sanity and sobriety
STEP 3 ... Day 17 thru 30
I make a decision to turn my will and my life over to the care of God as He instructs me.
Recover: WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT IT
"to return to soberness," as from a state of delirium or drunkenness ("back," or "again," "to be sober, to be wary"), is used in 2Ti 2:26, "may recover themselves" "return to soberness," "awake", said of those who, opposing the truth through accepting perversions of it, fall into the snare of the Devil, becoming intoxicated with error; for these "recovery" is possible only by "repentance unto the knowledge of the truth." Notes: (1) For "recovering of sight," Luk 4:18, see SIGHT (2) In Mar 16:18, "to have well," i.e., "to be well," is rendered "they shall recover."
NO THING IS TOO HARD FOR THE LORD
STEP 4 NEXT LEVEL RECOVERY!
HALLELUJAH, THANK YOU JESUS! YOU have conquered steps 1-3! It may have been trying and hard to do at times but you made it, with the help of the Lord! NOW you must commit to going on with your whole heart to the next level of wholeness with the Lords help. And we will be close by.
Click Here to go on to your 31st day and next stage of living clean and holy, acceptable to God.
Special thanks to Overcomers Recovery Support Program for shared insight.