Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Twenty Four Hours A Day #essentialsofrecovery



A.A. Thought For The Day


In the story of the Good Samaritan, the wayfarer fell among

robbers and was left lying in the gutter, half dead. And a

priest and a Levite both passed by on the other side of the

road. But the Good Samaritan was moved with compassion and

came to him and bound up his wounds and brought him to an

inn and took care of him. Do I treat another alcoholic like

the priest and the Levite or like the Good Samaritan?


Meditation For The Day



Never weary in prayer. When one day you see how unexpectedly

your prayer has been answered, then you will deeply regret

that you have prayed so little. Prayer changes things for you.

Practice praying until your trust in God has become strong.

And then pray on, because it has become so much a habit that

you need it daily. Keep praying until prayer seems to become

communion with God. That is the note on which true times of

prayer should end.


Prayer For The Day

I pray that I may form the habit of daily prayer. I pray that

I may find the strength I need, as a result of this communion.
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