Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* But, I'm very glad you shared that none of these things really happened. Thank you. Ron, thank you for your words. God knew exactly what I needed to hear today ... and that was your essay. Thank you. I am a 43 year old pastor and your story alcohol and cynicism is almost identical to mine. I stopped almost two yearsthere are years, after about a year of the Holy Spirit gently, but constantly inviting me to stop.
* The Son of man came to eat and drink, and you say, Here is a greedy and Luke 733 and 34. These verses solve the question of whether the consumption of alcohol is always bad. If so, Jesus was a sinner. But the freedom to use it does not negate the law of sowing and harvesting. If you know someone who abuses alcohol and you have the power to intervene, have the courage and the love to act.
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* I like this part about cynicism too ... that hit a nerve. I am often in my ego, being an all knowing and acting by pretending not to be. I will ask God to help me with that too. This is an incredible testimony ... my weight is the cell phone that led me deep into the sin ... my God it's so amazing .. It's His Grace and it's so obvious in that .. thanks, thanks for sharing .. I posted on my page for my friends.
* If you have drunk alcohol regularly, your body will take note when it is gone. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, cravings are to be expected when your drinking behavior changes. The balance created by your body to adapt to the alcohol in your system will no longer exist. This first day you go without drinking, especially if you have been drinking every day, will probably be filled with cravings for alcohol.
* Something happened in my youth that I had never suspected to affect myself as a young adult, but after my enrollment in the Navy and my new husband also The navy and I moved into his family home, near my childhood home, I fell pregnant, then suddenly fell into a deep pit of the Details pressure. All those who knew it blamed the hormones of pregnancy, and when it continued and worsened after birth, they said it was simply postpartum depression.
* Oh Ron, that spoke in my heart in a deep way. I just left the social media because it became an addiction, used to distract me from dealing with emotions and difficult things in life. Used to numb the pain and seek acceptance. On the contrary, it aggravated my anxiety. Thank you for being honest with us. Thank you for giving up things that do not make you better or more like Jesus, and giving us permission to do the same.
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