I find myself tongue-tied sometimes when I speak of Jesus. I understand, however, that to love Him is to share Him. And to love others is to want them to experience eternal salvation. I attend AA meetings on a fairly regular basis. I am sometimes frustrated by the “ban” on speaking about a specific higher power. I know what I believe, and I want to share it. I’ve been able to do this one-on-one, but I respect the boundaries of sharing Jesus in the meeting. I can only hope this practice is not angering my Lord and Savior. I read the following blog and wanted to share it with you. Enjoy. Let it motivate you. Let it make you think long and hard.
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I am a Christian in recovery following four decades of active addiction. I earned a B.S. in Psychology and an M.A. in Theology from Colorado Christian University. My focus is on evangelism and apologetics, and working with individuals struggling with mental health and active addiction. I believe in the power in the Name of Jesus to break every chain. Counseling must include discipleship and discipleship must include counseling. View all posts by The Accidental Poet