I don’t know how I’m going to make it through another day sober. The withdrawals are unbearable, the cravings relentless, and my brain is slowly dying.
My life has become a living hell because of what alcohol has done to me. But there’s still hope for me because I can always pick up where I left off tomorrow.
That might be easier said than done though…
Daily Reflections September 21
We will suddenly realize that God is doing for us what we could not do for ourselves.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 84
When I first started sober, God kept me clean and helped keep my recovery. He gives the strength to be able do what needs done in life so that you are then free enough for others like yourself who want a better future too!
My voice has been changed because this passage speaks volumes about how thankful we should feel when things go well with our lives or even just an opportunity at one instead of being moaning all day long over something outside ourselves – which is basically complaint-ese anyway
I am grateful for the way God has worked in my life, and I hope this blog post provides some inspiration to others.
He will not do for me what I can do for myself; but instead works with my inner self while producing in the outer world through me.
If you are struggling with addiction or know someone who is, be sure to reach out if you need help getting sober.
There is always hope when we surrender our lives back to Him!