Tuesday, March 19, 2013

A Message To Christians Who Have 
Turned AA Into a False Idol...
Let Christ set you free,…
“For when we died with Christ we were 
set free from the power of sin.”

If you're a Christian struggling with addictions, don't let the AA 12 step addiction recovery program  hold you captive with a lifetime sentence of lies, slogans, and commitments. 

AA would have you believe that you have an incurable disease. You don't have a disease, you are a sinner, according to God in   Galatians 5:19-21.  and elsewhere throughout His Word. 

AA would have you believe that you're powerless. (step 1) You're not powerless, instead you have God's power. If you're born again, Jesus says in Acts 1:8,…“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you…”, (Acts 1:8)  

AA would have you believe that you're hopeless, i.e. (“once a drunk, always a drunk”) You're not hopeless, God tells us in Romans 15:13, and throughout his Word, “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” 

AA would have you believe that the minute you miss a meeting, whether you've been attending meetings for 1 year or 10 years, you'll immediately relapse. That’s nothing less than brainwashing. 

AA would have you believe that they have some connection to Christianity, yet proclaims that “any” god you can imagine will suffice, and is acceptable and worthy of worship in their meetings. Christians, however, believe in one God, because He tells us so in, Malachi 2:10, Romans 3:30, 1 Corinthians 8:6, Ephesians 4:6, 1 Timothy 2:5, and James 2:19 . AA members, and members of other 12-step programs, are encouraged to put their trust and faith into some “undefined higher power”, or a God of “their” choice, or a god as they choose to understand him! They, (AA), refuses to allow the Holy Word of God, the Bible, The Gospel of Jesus Christ, which is The Truth into their meetings, or allow any discussion of Him or His Son Jesus Christ, or The Holy Spirit Is also forbidden in its meetings. As long as A-A refuses to acknowledge Jesus Christ as its “higher power”, and that there is but only one Sovereign Almighty God, and refuses to allow the Gospel, or discuss the Word of God and Jesus, or allow prayer in their meetings, it will never be a Christian program! Period! You can't deny Christ and be a Christian! (Titus 1:16, Mathew 10:32-33, 2 Tim. 2:12) These facts define AA as nothing less than another cult, led by satan, who's competing for your soul. 

If AA was anything but a cult, why would its founders, 80 years ago, and its followers today, claim it to have a Christian foundation, yet deny Christ, by refusing to worship Christ? There is only one answer and reason, which is the same of any cult, to lead people away from Christ and the Truth. It’s all the result and manipulation of the devils deceitful plan to win your soul. There’s only Gods Truth,…..or the consequences without accepting it, is Eternal damnation and separation from God. The choice is yours. And time is running out. (Matthew 4:17)  

As a Christian, are you going to believe mans philosophy, (Colossians 2:8), or God's Word,…(Romans 6:7) “For when we died with Christ we were set free from the power of sin.” or John 8:36, “So if the Son sets you free, you are truly free.” God wants you to Surrender your ties to the world, and turn to Him for Salvation, to be Set free, and Saved and Sober!

Gods Word doesn't lie, follow along by clicking the links directly to His Word, The Truth! And let it set you free, and you will be Saved and Sober!

A public disclaimer; I'm not opposed to the work of AA or NA in the secular world. It’s helped millions of men and women around the world get clean and sober. I am a Christian, and I'm opposed to anyone, or any group or program who mislead other Christians through deception and lies that don't line up with Gods Word. My mission is not to fight with AA, or condemn its work, but to expose their lies by revealing the Truth to Christians as they apply to addiction recovery in the Church.   

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