If we could all just abide by the Celebrate Recovery Serenity Prayer each day We could all achieve happiness in this world.


“Serenity Prayer
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change
Courage to change the things I can
And the wisdom to know the difference
Taking one day at a time,
Enjoying one moment at a time,
Taking hardships as a pathway to peace
Believing He will make all things right if I surrender to His will
Taking this world as Jesus did
Not as I will have it
Trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His will.
So that I may be happy in this world
And supremely Happy with Him
In the next”
When you repeat this prayer stop and really think what you are praying for.
“Taking hardships as a pathway to peace.”
Once we decide we cannot change something then we have to accept it and go on with our lives and find peace as we put the negative things behind us.
We learn so much from hardships and most of the time we come out of them a better person than before. We have learned a lesson we will not repeat again if we want to have peace in our lives.
“Courage to change the things I can.”
Many times we can change the negative things in our lives if we can just find the courage to do it.
We must have the courage to accept what we cannot change and stop beating our heads against the wall determined to change them anyway. But you cannot so accept it and put it behind you.
We must accept the world as Jesus did, not as you would have it. He knows best.
“Trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to his will.” We have to turn our problems over to Jesus and let him handle them.
“So that I will be happy in this world and supremely happy with him in the next.”
Stop and think about what you just read.

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