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Alfie Johnson 32000 Addiction and Grace I think Dr Gerald may have done a marvelous job as to the writing and format of his book Addiction and Grace As a psychiatrist and teacher with years of experience I totally agree with his statement that all human beings have an inborn desire of God whether one is consciously religious or not Some people repress this desire by intentionally or inadvertently hiding it among the many other interest of life I have noticed frequently in my line of work as working closely with people in the health field that many individuals whether they are believers of non-believers of God often choose to cry out in the last and most crucial moments of pain and despair Oh God pleas help me As he brings out the fact that many of us may experience this yearning in different ways as a longing for fulfillment completion o wholeness It all boils down to a longing for love a hunger to be loved and to be drawn closer to the source of love The scripture states whosoever will let him come This simply tells us that whenever we are willing to surrender all Christ is always there willing to pour out His unmerited favor to support and strengthen us along the way This favor is His Grace A love without condition How often we ignore this simple call we as individuals often allow other desires to get in the way which can gave a long or short term bearing upon our bodies We as a people have the tendency to fix it ourselves not realizing that the truth of the matter is that we have no power of our own not excepting the fact that God is All Love and All Powerful Dr May brings out very clearly as Paul states For that which I do I allow not for what I would that I do not but what I
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