The aim of living in recovery is to deepen our transformation and help us become more like Jesus Christ. For this reason, when we engage in recovery, we’re not just looking for new information; we want to become a “new creature” (2 Corinthians 5:17). This means relying on Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ to help us change our hearts, our views, our actions, and our very natures.
As each one of us begins our prayerful, and mindful, study of this sacred text - let us bear in mind the great truths that will be revealed unto each one of us. Through our study, the idea is to draw closer to God. Come to full awareness of Christ's atonement and mission. And, to find healing, restoration, and fresh faith and power to live a spiritually enriching life where we become like Christ.
As you focus on making a significant spiritual impact and influence - think about how the Book of Mormon may play a role in enhancing one's spiritual disciplines to fully come unto Christ. It is not just merely reading through this sacred text of scripture. As one reads, meditate and prayerfully seek ways to apply the teachings into your life. Invite the power of the Holy Spirit to witness to you of the testimonies contained within the text.
Damascus Way Recovery is looking forward to a new year of spiritual growth, enlightenment, and deepening one's faith in Christ and God. This past year has been one of focus on developing a mindful Christian life. Going into the 2020 is no different and will continue to maintain the foundation of living a focused and [...]
Today's Scripture Reading: Genesis 1-2; Psalms 1; Proverbs 1; and Matthew 1 The invitation is extended to each one of us to Come follow after Christ. This requires our surrender to the will of God. The beginning of one's recovery is established through a radical surrender unto God. It is defined by the first three steps of [...]