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What I Believe

Step Two is about coming to believe in a power greater than ourselves. Here is an inventory of the beliefs I have come to hold regarding the Higher Power of my recovery, whom I choose to call God.

God is actively working in my life, for the benefit of myself and others with whom I interact.

God has a purpose and design for my life.

God is moving and shaping all events in my life toward that design and purpose.

God actively communicates with me through the people and circumstances in my life.

God wills for good stuff to come to me through other people.

God wills for good stuff to come to other people through me.

God provides exactly what I need at exactly the moment I need it.

God provides exactly what I want at exactly the moment it will best benefit me or someone in my life.

God provides grace for my imperfections, mistakes, and poor choices.

God instructs me by, and wants me to learn from my imperfections, mistakes, and poor choices.

God is ever present in my heart, but I must consciously seek to commune with God.

God works in my life in many mysterious, miraculous ways that I, as yet, cannot comprehend.


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APA Reference
Writer, H. (2008, November 29). What I Believe, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, September 18 from https://www.healthyplace.com/relationships/serendipity/what-i-believe

Last Updated: August 7, 2014

Medically reviewed by Harry Croft, MD

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