Daily Reflections January 9

I’m not going to lie, I’ve thought about it. A lot. And I know that’s not good for me or my family, so I try and keep myself busy with other things instead.

It’s just hard sometimes when the memories come up and you start feeling like you might want one too badly…I’ll be fine though because tomorrow is a new day!

Daily Reflections January 9

It is truly awful to admit that, glass in hand, we have warped our minds into such an obsession for destructive drinking that only an act of Providence can remove it from usTWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 21

I had been an alcoholic for years, and it all came to a head when I was declared bankrupt.

One phone call from my lawyer put me in Alcoholics Anonymous where the rest of life has never looked so good.

My sobriety began with that single act of Providence!

It’s not always easy to believe in divine care and direction.

But when we find ourselves experiencing a time of great challenge, it can be difficult to see the blessings that are hidden within our situation.

I hope this blog post has helped you reflect on some ways your own life may have been touched by Providence over the years; if so, please share with us how God was working through these moments!