"Yet a time is coming
and has now come when the true worshipers will worship
the Father in spirit and truth, for they are the
kind of worshipers the Father seeks." - John 4:23

My Heavenly Daddy is healing
me from the inside out.

Transparency is Real.
Many times painful.

Daddy let me be secure in You only!

Thursday, April 30, 2009


Wanted to share the below taken from the Life Recovery Bible:

The recovery process will only be as successful as the health of our relationships. We may have the best of intentions, but if we are surrounded with unhealthy relationships, we are headed nowhere. The book of Proverbs gives us sound advice for building healthy relationships with friends, family and coworkers. We are called to be consistent and tactful and to use self-discipline. If we hope to build the kind of relationships that will help us love and follow God, high moral standards are essential, for us and for those close to us. (The Life Recovery Bible NLT)
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  1. It's so true. The types of individuals we invite into our lives have such an impact on our overall well-being.

  2. I've had so few healthy relationships in my life. I blame no one but me.

  3. Hi,

    Good post and I total agree. If you surround yourself with negative people it's of course going to affect your life. You surround yourself with loving and moral people you hopefully get the opposite positive influences. Hope your having a good day!

  4. stuck-in-the-middleApril 30, 2009

    Good passage from the Recovery bible.

  5. Yes people can be a cancer, sad to say. God have mercy on us and who he places in our lives.

  6. Lovely passage - what is the name of the recovery Bible and where can I get it?

    I think that sort of stuff would be useful to me too.

    Thank you so much for your comments on my blog.

    Still praying for you for peace.

    God Bless


  7. Ambersun-Left info on your blog. Please do try and invest in the Life Recovery Bible. Appreciate your continued prayers!
    T. Anne-Nice of you to stop by! Always glad to see you. Thanks for your comment.
    Stuck-Good to see you.
    Tabby-Thank you for your happy spirit! Yes, so true, who you associate with makes a whole lot of difference on your outcome for recovery!
    Tricia-I am sorry for the struggle you have in this area as I. Learning to be gentle with myself, as you can be too dear one.
    AD-I quite agree! Blessings!