Step Three was about having faith in the God of my understanding and demonstrating that faith by not making life changing decisions, but believing that God has a plan for me.  A plan which enables God to perform the “miracles” He has in my life, when I hold still long enough for them to materialize.  I came to know that He takes better care of me than I ever did.  I have been blessed to find the serenity I needed to “stay the path.”  Today, I can and do make the decision to turn my life and my will over to the God of my understanding.  I know God loves me and that He blesses me with courage and wisdom. That He manages my life and He has done for me what I could not do for myself. I have faith in God and I believe that He is a Power greater than the disease of alcoholism.  My recovery is a gift, and my sobriety is my gift to God.


2 thoughts on “Unmanageable

  1. Reality is


    Everyone has to learn how to live life on life’s terms.

    Harry, grateful alcoholic.

  2. I have a wonderful life yet one drink would ruin it all because I know I can’t have just one. One isn’t enough for me yet today, I need others especially God in my life today. I need to be aware to go forward. Thanks for listening!

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