Are you ready to get help for drug problems? You are not alone! Christian healing broken heart is essential to getting better. Learn what the Bible say about drugs and human struggle here. Read more here and ask your questions or write your comments about Biblical principles for healing addiction at the end.
Are you enslaved or troubled by a habitual use of various narcotic, stimulant or mind-influencing drugs (including alcohol)? Do you have symptoms of physical, emotional or mental addiction? You may not have a sickness, but a sin problem which causes enslavement and sickness.
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. Romans 12:2
Easter — and springtime in general — is a time of revival. That’s true spiritually as well as physically. In the world around us, life is blossoming again after winter; even in southern climates that remain fairly lush through winter months, spring brings baby animals, Easter flowers and garden planting. All of these things remind us of hope and new beginnings — and the redemption that was granted, to every person willing to accept it, by a Savior more than 2,000 years ago.
It’s no secret that addiction leads down a dark path for most people, going so far as to land some in prison. Another hot-button topic that has made headlines in the past few years is prison overcrowding. There’s a very obvious link between the two. The US federal prisons are overcrowded to a dangerous degree. To put it in perspective, current figures point to as many as 1 out of every 100 Americans is currently behind bars. Of those, 50% are there for drug-related offenses.