He came for the Addicted

Posted on August 25, 2023
Written by Life Without Limbs

Have you ever felt like you’ve done things that are beyond forgiveness? Have you ever believed that you’re too far gone for redemption? It’s time to put those doubts to rest. 

This month, we’re delving into the topic of addiction with someone who intimately understands the struggle – a man whose journey from the depths of addiction to redemption is truly inspiring. Jason Webber, a dear friend of Nick’s, shares his powerful testimony in this month’s Champions for the Addicted interview. His story reminds us that even in our darkest hours, there is hope for transformation.

Click here to watch the full interview and discover the incredible details of Jason’s journey.

Adult and Teen Challenge

We also encourage you to watch our first Champions for the Addicted interview with Ron Brown from Adult and Teen Challenge. This enlightening conversation explores the resources available to those grappling with various addictions. One of these valuable resources delves into the concept of enabling addiction, shedding light on the complexities of this issue and helping friends and family better understand how their own actions can either hurt or help someone struggling with addiction.

What does the bible say?

Of all the struggles we may face, addiction is one that is often kept hidden due to our own shame and guilt. But remember, there’s a love that surpasses all understanding, a love that stands unwavering through our struggles. In the midst of your lowest moments, God has been with you. He hasn’t abandoned you. He doesn’t condemn you. In fact, His message is clear: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light” (Matthew 11:28-30). This is an invitation to find refuge in Him, to exchange your burdens for His grace.

Perhaps you’re feeling weak, burdened by the weight of your struggles. It’s okay, because you don’t have to face this alone. God’s grace is sufficient for you, and His power is most evident in your weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). He longs to be your strength, your guide, and your source of healing. As you journey towards healing and redemption, remember that the power to transform comes not from within yourself, but from the One who loves you unconditionally.

Until Next Time

Together, let’s be champions for healing, for transformation, and for the unrelenting love that knows no boundaries. Visit the Champions for the Addicted page for full interviews, resources, and the unwavering message of hope.

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