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The Laws of Love in Your Heart (Step 7)

"I will sprinkle clean water on you... Your filth will be washed away...

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Letting Go of the Old Man (Step 6)

I need often to consider if I really am ready for God to remove ALL my defects of character.

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We Are As Sick As Our Secrets (Step 5)

"We are as sick as our secrets. Our ego takes over control of our lives and when that happens our minds get very sick. Then we hurt people and our minds will always justify our actions.

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Healthy Moral Inventory (Step 4)

"There's nothing wrong with me. It's everyone else that's messed up!" Have you ever seen that kind of attitude in others? Have you ever felt that way yourself?

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"The Divine Principle of Cooperation" (Step 3)

Step 3 is all about what one author calls, "the divine principle of co-operation, without which no true success can be attained" (PK 486-487). I mark

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Lord Have Mercy (Step 2)

"And, behold, two blind men sitting by the way side, when they heard that Jesus passed by, cried out, saying, Have mercy on us, O Lord, thou son of David.

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I Can Do Nothing of Myself (Step 1)

"Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me." (

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Why Practice These Principles? (Step 12)

In my humble opinion, the Biblical principles of sanctification/recovery provide a road map to spiritual and emotional wellness. In my own experience, these principles have been, and continue to

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My Father's Love Letter (Step 11)

My Child…

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Reassessment (Step 10)

A wise person once said that it is not the occasional deed, or misdeed, that determines our destiny. Rather, it is the general direction of our life.

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Blessed Are The Peacemakers (Step 9)

My carnal nature drives me to be a troublemaker. I have strong opinions.

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Making Amends -- A good decision? (Step 8)

When conviction comes that I have wronged someone, the temptation is to argue with that conviction. Maybe (I think to myself) what I did/said was justified by the circumstances.

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Daily Motivator December 30, 2014

Remember well

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Daily Motivator December 29, 2014

Live true

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Daily Motivator December 27, 2014

Let yourself enjoy

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