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* The app provides the Big Book of AA in the palm of your hand, and it includes more than 60 stories. Morning and evening prayers, promises of experience, hope and strength, as well as notes that can be shared on Facebook, Twitter and e-mails are all included in the list. 'application. The dashboard clearly shows how many years, months, days, and hours you've been sober each time you open the app.
* I did not have a problem with the drink but my husband did it. My middle daughter does. I had other aspects of my life that the Holy Spirit spoke to me about. You described it so eloquently. He never makes us feel guilty, just this slight decree until we know we have to do what He asks. . . and He asks because he knows what is best for us. Thank you for sharing so nicely. Beautiful. I hope this testimony leads to more freedom and abundance for others.
* Thank you for this beautifully conceived testimony of His power and gentle nudging in a life subject to His direction. I have seen family members who are believers and strong in their faith give their hearts, money and affection to alcohol "I need my glass of wine or bourbon in the after sunday to relax, "while my husband and I quietly withdrew.He and I had alcoholism on both sides of our family.For us, this is not worth the risk to our health.
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* I do not want to be part of it. I do not judge anyone who drinks moderately as their conscience allows. But like you, I feel frustrated when fellow Christians feel sorry for me as if my faith was the week because I am a litterist. It's quite the opposite. I know that God made wine and that goes for some. But I chose the higher way out of love for drug addicts or young people. We are called to be holy and set apart.
* When an emergency occurs, when one is vague and hot because of alcohol, how can one meet the challenge responsibly? When a man just like David Wilkerson writes a book titled Sipping Saints, you have to be careful! So, GOD told you that you had to stop drink? Wow, I am impressed. God speaks to you. Super writing. Would not be surprised if some lives ended up being spared by calamity simply because of the influential thoughts you shared and the courage you have modeled.
* But that is to say that we can sometimes be wrong in making drinking or not drinking alcohol a bigger problem than that. And when something becomes a truly spiritual problem, it can be exaggerated into something that it is probably not. It is then easier to see a dependence or even to create a dependency. It is also easier to judge the motivations of others. I hope you have read Ron's story to the end.
* 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.
* You can set goals to see how your alcohol consumption fits those goals over a period of time. I Am Sober is a companion app that follows your sobriety. It allows you to track the hours, minutes and seconds that you have been sober and the total number of days you have been without alcohol. Daily notifications allow you to focus on the recovery path, and special notifications alert you when you have reached a key step.