Christian Substance Abuse Treatment Helps Pain Pill Addicts

In a Christian substance abuse treatment program, addicts are given tools for spiritual growth.

Lake Worth 8/27/2011 03:06 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

Faith is a powerful motivator. Every person, at some point in their life, however, finds their faith tested, and drug addiction is a reason to doubt God’s love. For those addicted to prescription drugs, it is hard to understand how a Christian substance abuse treatment program can help them put the broken pieces of their life back together.

The Bible says, in Romans 5:1, "Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance, and perseverance, character, and character, hope."

 Faith is simply hope in things not seen. In a Christian substance abuse treatment program, pain pill addicts are given every tool available to strengthen their spiritual health, and along the way, their physical and mental health is bolstered by the knowledge that Jesus will be by their side every step of the way. Through daily Bible studies, prayer groups and fellowship with others experiencing the same journey, pain pill addicts quickly recognize that faith can play a powerful role in their recovery from drug addiction.

 Drug treatment, whether secular or Christian, is never an easy road to travel. It will take time, patience and perseverance, just like the Bible says in Romans 5:1. But the lasting reward of enjoying life clean and free of drugs and embracing one’s love for Jesus Christ is a gift that everyone will love to open every day. Faith is a gift that is available to every person, and the forgiveness and grace that Jesus Christ provides makes every day in a Christian substance abuse treatment program worth the struggle


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