Step Two: "We came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity".
"Everyone is an addict, suffering from personal, environmental, and generational sin. Everyone masks shame behind proper costumes and false selves. We need a Power greater than any self-help group. We don't need another codependent rescuer. This Power can't be another addiction in the form of drugs, relationships, or church. This Power can be found in God alone, the only one who has never abandoned us, however lost or lonely we have felt. This Power is no abstraction; this Power is a person we can trust. That person is the Lord Jesus Christ, who brings eternal, unconditional love from God's heart to ours." --Don Williams, Jesus and Addiction
The question is, will you believe that Jesus can and will break you free from your insanity? Will you believe that Jesus can provide the fulfillment and the purpose in life that you have been searching for? Those of us who have become desperate enough have found new life through Jesus. Don't confuse Jesus with a nice-looking religious addiction. Jesus is no religion--He is a person! He is God!