As we begin a new month, let’s take time to reflect on the past and what we want to achieve in the future. For many of us, this includes setting goals and resolutions.
If you’re an alcoholic, however, it may be more challenging to stick to your goals and resolutions. This is because alcoholism is a disease that affects not just your mind and body but your entire life.
That’s why it’s so important to have a support system in place as you work to overcome alcoholism.
With the help of daily reflections, you can stay focused on your goal of sobriety while also taking time for self-reflection.
Daily Reflections February 1
“. . . Step Two gently and very gradually began to infiltrate my life. I can’t say upon what occasion or upon what day I came to believe in a Power greater than myself, but I certainly have that belief now.” TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 27
“Came to believe!” I gave lip service to my belief when it suited me or looked good.
At first, God was just there- a fact in need of no explanation; but as time went on He became less certain and more distant until one day something changed within myself: an awareness so powerful that all things were possible again—even those impossible before now!
And suddenly YOU were right next door waiting with open arms eager for whatever choice brought us together…
Our lives are full of tough situations that we don’t know how to handle. We want the best for our loved ones, but it doesn’t always seem like there’s a way forward.
The truth is, no matter what you’re going through right now, Jesus has already overcome it all! He knows your deepest problems and wants to help you get out of them.
You can come to believe too by giving Him lip service when things are good or bad – he’ll take care of everything in between.
Whatever you’re facing today, give Jesus control over your life and watch him work miracles in ways that will amaze you!