In the Ditch

Tired of the ditch?

New Hope for Dry Bones

The life of addiction reminds me of the words from an old Kansas song:

Though my mind could think I still was a madman,  Though my eyes could see I still was a blind man.

I recall thinking and looking but the things I thought were far from reality and the things I looked for never appeared.

I’d think and think and think.  I’d decide to change, I’d think about how to do that.  I’d fail and there I’d be, alone sitting in a mess thinking about how to get out.  This happened over and over again.

So, I found help.  I found friends that had the same problem and I did and we worked hard thinking and thinking and continuing to do the wrong thing over and over again.

Luke 6:39 Then Jesus gave the following illustration: “Can one blind person lead another? Won’t they both fall into a…

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