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I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do everything through him who gives me strength. Philippians 4:11-13

In recovery, we are given a basic suggestion of keeping everything simple. As people who struggle with addictions and compulsions, we tend to make things complicated. We overthink situations, what we did or didn’t do, or what we said or didn’t say. Recovery teaches us how to stop over analyzing everything and to keep our lives simple.

Our solutions for quieting the thoughts racing in our heads stopped working long before we came to recovery. Recovery teaches us how to stop being so critical with ourselves and others. We spend time with God in the quiet meditation of His Word. Healing comes from our time spent with God. We stop focusing on what we cannot control and begin to surrender our struggles over to the care of God. It’s in quiet contemplation of God’s word that we experience the simplicity of God’s intention for our lives.

God has wonderful plans for our lives. We are called to do amazing things for the glory of God. At the same time, God desires for us to do the simple things in life. We are to love and care for those He has placed in our lives. We are to show kindness and mercy to those who hurt us. We are to be gentle and caring for those who are going through difficult times. Recovery is a very simple way of living, designed for those of us who tend to make things complicated. We experience the power of simplicity through our relationships with God.

Written by Jackell.

Today’s Prayer

Father God, help us to quiet our minds and stop our attempts at overthinking and complicating everything. Help us to quiet the noise and just spend quiet, simple time with You. When we spend time doing the simple things You call us to do, everything comes together and we begin to know Your plans for us. Amen.

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