Friday, March 30, 2018

March 30 2018 Twelve Stepping With Spiritual Support From Scripture

Psalm 86 v 7 - I will call to you whenever I am in trouble and you will answer me.

STEP 10 -Continued to take personal inventory and when we are wrong we promptly admit it.

Using Gods Big book we should be in a constant state of self-examination.Reaching step 10 has taken alot and you should be proud of yourself for coming this far.Life is worth it and so are you!Sometimes trouble is going to come ,its what you do when it does will determine your everyday choices.There is a right response and wrong making the right one will take time ,prayer,and Gods guidance.Your not going to make the right decision every time but know that God is with you.If you could train yourself  to stop everything ,find a quiet place pray and seek when trouble comes , you will discover the answer has been there every time but sometimes we miss it because we are to focused on the situation and self to think clearly.This is where Step Ten is very helpful!Trouble comes most say o'lord and that is is the right response because He already knows ,but we have to ,in faith talk it out with God and He will show you the way. Some answers wont come instantly waiting on God will build your strength and patience.When the answer comes you will see Gods never early and never late but always on time. 

Philippians 4:6 - Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.

By Joseph Dickerson/Recovery Connections Need Help email us recoveryfriends@gmail.comPsalm 103v3 He forgives all my sins and Heals all my diseases!

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In April we tackle the May Primary. More candidates are running than ever before.  Long-serving officials are stepping down or making a bid for higher office. And we have newly drawn congressional districts. How do we know who to vote for and which candidates support policies  that encourage long term recovery? We'll discuss and clarify many of our questions in our April Advocacy Leadership meetings in Upper BucksLower Bucks and Philadelphia. Register at the links or  email Noni. 
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