Jesus came to pardon our sins, but He also came to heal the brokenhearted so we can walk in freedom. Freedom from pain, guilt, shame, sin, and condemnation. By His wounds we are healed. May God continue to bless us on the path to complete restoration and healing in Him.
For the month of January, XXXChurch has been focusing on Sobriety. I was asked to write two blogs for this month's topic, both dealing with the pain associated with sobriety. Here are the links to each blog. I hope you find them both encouraging and helpful. Sobriety is Feeling and Addressing the Painhttp://www.xxxchurch.com/women/spouses/sobriety-is-feeling-addressing-the-pain.htmlSobriety is Painful at Firsthttp://www.xxxchurch.com/women/spouses/sobriety-is-painful-at-first.html
“…yeah, sobriety was painful at first. But it was also crazily WONDERFUL at the same time. Even though we were both hurting and trying to find healing, the restoration process has been amazing… God sovereignly used the pain and betrayal of this crisis as the catalyst for change in my husband and to restore our marriage. He took something awful and used it to make something beautiful. The road to sobriety is painful at first... but the healing is so worth it!”
Walking in Freedom,
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