Eleventh step prayer big book

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A.A. Recovery -- Eleventh Step Morning and Nightly Prayers

Prayers have often been part of working a 12 step program, according to ones belief in a Higher Power. As such, many people working a 12 step program have used certain prayers in relation to working certain steps or in their daily walk in recovery. Probably the Serenity Prayer is most often associated with the 12 step program, but some other prayers that are commonly used are listed here for reference. God, I offer myself to Thee — to build with me and to do with me as Thou wilt. Relieve me of the bondage of self, that I may better do Thy will.
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Step 3 Guided 12-Step Meditation

12 STEP PRAYERS

Remaining Teachable December 28, Categories Spiritual. Tags Higher Power. I admit that my life is unmanageable when I try to control it. Help me this day to understand The true meaning of powerlessness. Remove from me all denial of my addiction.

How Do You Complete This Step?

In , an alcoholic stockbroker named Bill W. The name of this entity referred to the number of people who had gained sobriety through an obscure new program of recovery from alcoholism. Bill planned to make this program the subject of a book, but first he needed money to finance its publication. For this purpose he was soliciting investors. The program that Bill championed was based on 12 suggested steps. It was also unabashedly spiritual. In fact, the One Hundred Men prospectus noted that the spiritual aspect of the program had to be so simple and so practical that one alcoholic could easily explain it to another.

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  2. The Eleventh Step Prayer Reprinted from the book Alcoholics Anonymous ( Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions) with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.

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