Addiction is a spiritual problem that demands a spiritual solution! Each support ‘meeting’ you attend only serves as a bandage for your emotional wounds. A bandage is temporary. This is the reason why the 12 steps groups do NOT work for the majority of people who attend. A bandage doesn’t heal; it just covers up the wound. The wound needs to heal from the inside … Continue reading Are Your Support Meetings Just a Bandage to Cover Your Open Wounds?
On the onset, if you quickly look at the credo of Alcoholics Anonymous, their 12-step “recovery program” one might conclude that the program could be compatible with Christianity. But when you carefully read it, a biblically void Pandora’s box emerges. Notice the problems that we have emboldened below:1. We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable. 2. Came to … Continue reading Is Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) a Christian program? OR, is it Insidiously Demonic?
I will make this answer as brief as I can… highlighting what I see is wrong. Recovery, as the word implies, indicates that you will, at some point, recover; however, in addiction recovery, it takes on an entire new meaning when the ‘Steppers’ get involved. Recovery, in the broken ‘Step’ system that exists today, is defined by: Forcing people to admit that they are ‘addicts’, even … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Most Recovery Programs?