• Be consistent in attendance of recovery meetings and counseling appointments.
  • Do your homework. It’s helpful to pre-read what will be covered in your recovery group or one-on-one.
  • Do your devotions daily. Keep a journal of the thoughts and feelings that you experience while doing your devotions. Share what you journal with your group and counselor and mentor/sponsor.
  • Maintain an attitude of openness the best of you ability,. You never know when, how, or through whom, God may be speaking to you.
  • Don’t worry about making an impression on others. Be honest in meetings about how you feel, any successes or failures that you may experience.
  • Expect something new. This is a new experience for all of us.
  • Be patient with yourself and with others.

This month's step
We continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.

This week's scripture
Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.
Psalm 139:23-24 NLT

This week's quote
"If the Spirit of God detects anything in you that is wrong, He does not ask you to put it right; He asks you to accept the light, and He will put it right. A child of the light confesses instantly and stands bared before God; a child of the darkness says – “Oh, I can explain that away.” When once the light breaks and the conviction of wrong comes, be a child of the light, and confess, and God will deal with what is wrong; if you vindicate yourself, you prove yourself to be a child of the darkness."
Oswald Chambers