Help For Addiction Is Closer Than You Think!

Are you ready to get help for addiction you might have?

Are you wondering if you possibly have an addiction to something? If you do, there is help for addiction! Keep in mind that each and every human being is susceptible to these types of things in own life because of our flesh, sin nature and free will, not to mention all the media and luring temptation we are exposed to in many different ways in our daily lives. 

I prayed for my recovery from alcohol and drugs, but it was not released from me right away. I sincerely prayed. My prayer for addiction ranged from the Our Father, to the Serenity prayer, and all types of personal prayers for addiction. It was obvious now looking back that God’s timing was not the same as mine, but when He did release me from my strong hold, it was real and it was for ever since June 25, 1986.

Possibly similar to you, I personally was addicted to alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes for many years. It was from about the time I was 17 until I was 26 years old. It wasn’t until I realized all the damage it was doing in my life. Thank God I quit alcohol and drugs on June 25th, 1986 and about 2 years later I quit smoking cigarettes too. The alcohol and drugs were greatly interfering with my Family, schooling, employment basically everything. At one time it seemed to be so enjoyable and exciting, then the next thing I know it was getting ugly.

If you have a habit or think you might have an addiction, take this test and see where you stand. Even taking the test in the first place makes me realize that you might just very well have a problem. 

 

Listen To This Prayer For Addiction! 

 

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Make today be your start to freedom! Find help from this prayer for addiction!

 

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No one is immune from addiction; it afflicts people of all ages, races, classes, and professions. ~ Patrick J. Kennedy

Isaiah 58:6 “Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke?