Fundamentals of Biblical Addictions Counseling

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  1. A renewing of the mind is the key to a victorious life. God has intentionally chosen us for His very own purpose, regardless how you may feel. I believe we stand at a wide open door (door’s) that show us His boundless grace, mercy, and power to change our lives. We all have a destiny and there is no excuse not to fulfill it, my weakness (thinking) is not an excuse because God’s word says that His Strength is made perfect in weakness. I no longer can use the past as an excuse, because again His word states that if any person is in Christ, he/she is a new creature, old things have passed away, and all things have become new. ( 2 Cor. 5:17)

    Maybe it is an image ( your image of self ) Do I see myself re-created in God’s image, resurrected to a brand new life, new way of thinking, change of heart?

    My view of Isaiah 41: 31..I wait for the Lord and look for hope in Him. By doing so i gain new strength and am renewed, and like eagle wings i do rise up to be close with Him in the spirit, i do not run, not become weary or grow tired because he promised me i would be above the storms of life.

    looking forward to more.

    Thanks,
    Lanny

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