Endigar 600 ~ Let Go and Let God

From the Daily Reflections of November 7;

. . . praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.  (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 96)

When I “Let Go and Let God,” I think more clearly and wisely. Without having to think about it, I quickly let go of things that cause me immediate pain and discomfort. Because I find it hard to let go of the kind of worrisome thoughts and attitudes that cause me immense anguish, all I need do during those times is allow God, as I understand Him, to release them for me, and then and there, I let go of the thoughts, memories and attitudes that are troubling me.

When I receive help from God, as I understand Him, I can live my life one day at a time and handle whatever challenges come my way. Only then can I live a life of victory over alcohol, in comfortable sobriety.





Let Go (of other people’s lives no matter how much I care about them) and Let God (develop their own peculiar relationship with Him).  Let Go (of the way the future is playing out) and Let God (point out His daily will for me).  Let Go (of damaging resentments and unrealistic expectations) and Let God (transform me into the most powerful version of myself).

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