Breaking The Chains That Bind Us

One of the most difficult tasks in life is to break free from the chains of addiction. Addictions binds us into a deep root of sin. Once sin or addiction has taken root, it is hard to break free. It is possible. In order to break free from the grips of addiction, you must let go and let God be in control. The grip of addiction may be strong, but God is stronger. His is Mighty to save. He desires to help you break the chains of addiction that are around you. One link at a time will be broken off you until the chains fall down to your knees. Step away from your addictive behaviors. Take a deep breathe. Enjoy each day like there was no tomorrow. Start reflecting on what your recovery means to you and you alone. For so long you have lived in a haze. Now is the time to break free from every negative thought and addictive desire. Change your way of thinking. Let go of your stinking thinking. Think first before you act on your addictive thoughts. You really don’t want to live in chaos. Recovery from your addiction will breathe new hope and faith in you. Are you willing to break free from the chains of addiction? Don’t let your excuses stop you. There is no time like the present to start living a recovered life.

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