Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Monday, July 13, 2015
AA Thought for the Day
Before alcoholics come into AA, they are “flying blind.” But AA gives them a directed beam in the AA program. As long as they keep on this beam, the signal of sobriety keeps coming through. If they have a slip, the signal is broken. If they swing off course into drunkenness, the signal stops. Unless they regain the AA-directed beam, they are in danger of crashing against the mountain peak of despair.
Am I on the beam?
Meditation for the Day
Be expectant. Constantly expect better things. Believe that what God has in store for you is better than anything you ever had before. The way to grow old happily is to expect better things right up to the end of your life and even beyond that. A good life is a growing, expanding life with ever-widening horizons, an ever-greater circle of friends and acquaintances and an ever-greater opportunity for usefulness.
Prayer for the Day
I pray that I may await with complete faith for the next good thing in store for me. I pray that I may always keep an expectant attitude toward life.