Bring Every Thought Under Obedience

The children left the door open and a fly entered our house and was flying freely from room to room. He was exceptionally fast and alert. The fly had plenty of room to avoid detection and destruction in the 1,900 square feet home. I stepped into the 24 square foot bathroom and the flamboyant fly did a roll over by my right ear. Immediately, I shut the door to the bathroom and the arrogant fly was now trapped within the small area with nowhere to hide. He quickly became a casualty of war. 2 Corinthians 10:4-5 reads:

Letter from a friend

I want to share a story with you. It’s a story of addiction, but it’s also a story of grace, mercy, and redemption. Susan and I were introduced many years ago at the Haven, The Home of Grace Drug Rehabilitation for women. Susan was a standout personality. She was a character to say the least. But we clicked almost immediately and became fast friends even though we were from very different backgrounds. I attended a local church that led the devotion once a month for the Haven so we had the opportunity to visit more than usual.

F.E.A.R. part 1

Fear within healthy boundaries keeps us safe. The healthy fear inside us serves to warn us of danger and to keep us from harm. Satan uses fear beyond the healthy boundary to control us and keep us from trusting God and achieving the purpose He has for our lives. We encounter fear daily as an arch enemy that sticks its head up in the heat of battle. An acronym to remember for dealing with fear is False Evidence Appearing Real. 2 Timothy 1:7 says, “God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” God calls us to be courageous in faith by trusting Him and His word.

Welcome To My Blog

Welcome to my blog, my name is Rodney Williams. I direct Club Meth to Christ Ministries, a non-profit organization designed to spread the truth behind the bondage of addiction. I lived in the bondage of alcohol, drug, and gambling addiction for over twenty years of my life.  The start of my addiction was slow, gentle, and exciting for a young developing mind. As I reached for fun and excitement I ignored the warning signs around me. When comfortably inside the trap, the door closed behind me but I was too distracted to know. The Bible says in Hebrews 11:25 that the pleasures of sin don’t last.

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