After a long day, sometimes the last thing you want to do is spend time reading. But if you’re an alcoholic in recovery, staying sober takes more than just willpower.
It also requires daily reflection on your thoughts and feelings about sobriety. This blog post will share reflections from one alcoholic’s day and encourage other alcoholics to take the time for self-reflection as well.
Daily Reflections August 27
When World War II broke out, our A.A. dependence on a Higher Power had its first major test. A.A.’s entered the services and were scattered all over the world. Would they be able to take the discipline, stand up under fire, and endure . . . ?AS BILL SEES IT, p. 200
When you think of the voice as a powerful tool, it should be utilized to communicate your message.
Therefore, when I speak today in my mind and heart with that Higher Power within me – may this power lead me through the orders of today’s day so that I have strength for what is ahead; let these steps strengthen my words and deeds throughout each step forward on this path from which there shall never be any turning back.
You should be friendly to your Higher Power and surrender all power unto it in order for a wave of spiritual union.
You can allow this power to lead you through orders of the day by taking steps that will strengthen your words, deeds, and message which is given freely from this higher being greater than yourself.
I hope this has been a helpful review of the process and success stories from people who are using their faith to find happiness.
At times, it may seem difficult but you must remember that God is with you on your journey.