“Through this unique look at the Scriptures, you will find more fulfillment in life as you grow in your relationship with God, with others, and with yourself.
What if the same connection we are able to make with ourselves through our addictions could be made through a better understanding of who we are in Christ? What if we could learn to forsake our addictions and find a greater sense of fulfillment by getting in touch with the uniquely gifted person God created us to be? Just imagine finding true joy in your relationship with God, which was so great that you no longer even desired what your “Addictions of Choice” had previously offered you!
In order to find this kind of fulfillment, we each must stake a claim on the life God has entrusted to us. A Biblical perspective on who we are as believers in Christ, will better enable us to take a stance for what we believe in and who we are, so that we are not so easily moved (Psalm 62:6). When we fail to take proper ownership, and then proceed to find our sense of identity and fulfillment through addictions, the devil is given a foothold in our lives which he should never have been granted such access to!
When we want good things for ourselves, we want what God wants for us. It is only when we want bad, or sinful things that we are not in agreement with God. But who among us who seeks to follow God, truly wants to do things that go against His will? Is it possible that we are only involved in the things which are attractive to our weak wills, and sinful nature, due to a deeply held belief that we cannot have the things in life that we really want?
In “He Believes in Me,” begin your own special journey toward purpose and meaning as you realize that your dreams and goals are worthwhile. Through this unique look at the Scriptures, you will find more fulfillment in life as you grow in your relationship with God, with others, and with yourself.