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Gods Will

November 16, 2015 by Kayce L.

Each day, ask God what God wants us to do today; then ask God to help. A simple request, but so profound and farreaching it can take us anywhere we need to go.All you want, all that we need, all the answers, all the help, all the good, all the love, all the healing, all the wisdom, all the fulfillment of desire is embodied in this simple request. We need say no more than "Thank You".


24 Comments »

  1. Dave w says:

    Thank you I needed to read that today.

  2. Shane says:

    Yes Thank You GOD for being with throughout this rocky, bumpy and curvy road.Thank you for getting out alive.Thank you for all I have and all I lost.

  3. Shane says:

    It's been crazy still but I just keep pushing forward.Becoming content that I can't fix everything at once.Thanks for asking God bless

  4. Chloeb says:

    Been thinking about you too Shane!! I too really appreciate this post and needed to read it.. We are powerless over people places and things!!! But there is one who has all power that one is God and I thank him for this journey of sobriety and life itself the good the bad and the ugly!!

  5. wilson b says:

    Thank you!

  6. Chloeb says:

    Hey Thomas I'm great thank you for asking!! Sorry I didn't respond sooner!! Been busy with the holidays and we are getting ready to make a big move!! God has definitely blessed me beyond my wildest dreams... I hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving

  7. Patrick says:

    This has been a tough year for me however remain greatful for the opportunity to stay sober. In November it was 26 yrs this being the toughest of all. My son died in May of a heroin overdose I may never understand gods will in that. I am greatful to God for aa and my sobriety. I am siting here in Hamburg ny waiting for this 10:30am Sunday morning meeting to start!

    • Lonita M. says:

      You have my deepest sympathy & condolences. My baby sister Susie (26 yrs old) was shot in the head by her sharp shooter boyfriend cop prior to me getting sober on 02/29/88. My brother Doc (Pilot, Air Traffic Controller and he spoke seven different languages) chronic relapser finally mustard up nine months of sobriety, brought the lie and purchased a rock in which they (dope dealers) laced it with heroine . My brother died of cardiac arrest (39 yrs old). I was 5 yrs old in this thing called AA. My mother died in the bed with me when I was 7 years old in this thing called AA. The deaths of Family Members and boyfriends/ex-boyfriends of 2015 because they were all in two to three months apart from each other has taken its toll on me. My brother Doc introduced me to AA and I was so devastated that an Old Timer told me that "some of us have to die, so that the rest of us can live". I just happened to stumble on this GeorgiaSobriety.com thing tonite and I don't know if anything that I have been putting into words will ever get posted. However, in closing if no one has told you that they love you today I love you with all that I am and that is coming from the pit of my heart where there is no lying. Peace & blessings & by all means necessary keep going with a God.

  8. Melinda I says:

    Happy New Years. . I pray this will be a wonderful year for all. Heading for the alcohol in Petaluma Calif. meetings every even numbered hour round the clock. Thank You God

  9. Wilma says:

    Thank you. This is timeless advice and just what I needed today.

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