Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* To be more effective, recovery can not be an individual pursuit, or an effort of cooperation with God, but must also involve other humans in healing. Ron. I like that in so many ways. One of them is very personal. I had a similar "punch" with the Spirit at the beginning of January - he asked me to ask it for a month. I did. Then we went on vacay and I had three cocktails for eleven days. I did not like the way that made me feel.
* I had those uncontrollable cravings for drinking and I had already tried to stop, but it never worked. But I wanted to be obedient. I wanted to stop. And I'm not kidding. That was it. I did not drink anymore and I stopped smoking. The intense desire to drink was gone. The temptation was gone. If I had a bad day, I looked for a Bible verse, I prayed, whatever. It's nothing miraculous. I am so grateful that God cares so much that he did not give up and finally reached out and made me stop.
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More Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* In my life, when it comes to the dawn of change, we may have the impression that God is pressing something in my life. As if to say, "Here, this place, this one, stay here for a moment. I want to lean on it. There have been other habits or addictions or sins or tramps in my life as I followed Jesus. I'm always happy for that. This has been the source of a lot of transformation in my life something that was good does not suddenly become-okay and inside, there is an invitation to more shalom, more peace, more hope, more love, more confidence, more completeness.
* Do not keep too much alcohol in the House. Buy only as much as you intend to drink in one evening or the temptation to overdo it can be too strong to resist. Record your consumption. Get a notebook and start becoming really aware of how much you are drinking with the number of calories ... and the cost. That should stop you! Have alcohol free days. If you decided to cut rather than cut, plan at least two days of the week without alcohol.
* Nobody cares. Nobody has to explain. Nobody needs to make it a "personal choice". Because at the end of the day, we are talking about a drink. I was wondering because you and I obviously have two very different ideas about what the author intends to say. While you are stuck on the subject of the lesson, I try to absorb the lesson itself. I did not read that the author turned alcohol into a "great spiritual problem", but rather what God personally called him to do, and it was with his drink of choice.
* Scientific statistics show aspects of your health improvement, such as blood circulation, cell regeneration, gray matter and mental health, as well as your risk of heart disease and cancer reduction. If you feel like drinking, play a game on the app called Memory. It helps to pass the scientifically proven mark of 3 minutes to beat your desire and stay sober. You can earn 57 badges with the sober counter as rewards for not drinking alcohol and share your current badge with your friends in one click.
* I am a Christian who chooses not to drink for various reasons. I know that I can not do it conscientiously. I do not believe that others who drink are also in the sin. Thank you for sharing your point of view!. My friend sent me your link and I'm so glad she did it. I fight and some days I do not even remember why I stopped drinking. My husband told me yesterday "All you do is talk about how you quit drinking and AA.
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