Step 3

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Toast
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Re: Step 3

Postby Toast » Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:45 pm

Step 3 asks us to make a decision, this is something thats been easy for us alcoholics.

When drinking i was always making bold decision but they were always followed by timid actions. Now in AA we have to make sure our actions as bold as our decisions. If we don't we stay stuck.

God Bless




Ranman99
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Re: Step 3

Postby Ranman99 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:44 pm

Today at our BB study meeting we discussed step 10. Left foot in front of right and keep taking actions regardless of how I feel and it keeps on coming on ;-)

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Re: AA Step 3

Postby Dallas » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:27 am

One of the most valuable Steps to me now is: Step 10.
It's amazing the Power that comes through this Step.
For me, it's the daily practice of Step's One through Nine --
in a turbo-charged, aerodynamic fashion.

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Re: Step 3

Postby Frananne » Wed Jul 18, 2012 8:57 pm

Today the meeting I attended was about step 3. I did not share at the meeting so thought I would share here. Every morning I turn my life over to God while in prayer. I had my v.ery first spiritual experience in AA when I did this the first time.it was a great liftin.g of a burden. It seems important to me to do it every day, not a decision but a statement to God that I give Him my life to do with what He will. I think He is working on me.




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Re: Step 3

Postby sparklek » Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:32 am

Agree completely about Step 10. It is changing my life one day at a time.





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