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Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) “For I know the plans I have for you”, declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

The Plans He Has For Me

12 week Daily Devotional

  • Live Your Best Life
  • Unleash The Full Power Of The Holy
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The Plans He Has For Me


This journey is a journey of practice and rewiring the beautiful mind God created for each of us. He created a mind that saves us energy and remembers routine behaviors, so we don’t need to re-teach them to ourselves each time we do them. Think about how we can drive to and from work and not remember how we even got there and back to our driveway. Think about the routine you do before you go to bed at night. There isn’t much thought put into these things because it’s the perfect energy-saving mechanism designed by our Creator.

When we allow sinful practices to enter our daily routines, those perfect energy-saving pathways are also engaged, except this time the consequences can be harmful instead of helpful.

Psalm 139:14 (NKJV) I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well

Experience the Living God

Spending time in God’s Word is ALWAYS fruitful. This is the way our Lord and Savior, Jesus, speaks to us directly and plants in our hearts the truth that matters, not only now but for eternity.

You will learn that His Word is a guiding and loving instruction for how to live our lives with joy, despite circumstances. Your choices moving through the process will be powerfully made with the confidence that you are promised something better.

Hebrews 4:12 (ESV) For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of the soul and of spirit, of joints and marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

Feel the Power of the Holy Spirit

It becomes so much easier to make our choices moving forward when we are focused on truth in God’s word with full conviction coming from the Holy Spirit. We become less disillusioned by the ways of this world and the cunning strategies of the enemy.

1st Thessalonians 1:5 (NLT) For when we brought you the Good News, it was not only with words but also with power, for the Holy Spirit gave you full assurance that what we said was true. And you know of our concern for you from the way we lived when we were with you.

The Plans He Has For Me

Renew Your Mind!

Romans 12:2 (ESV) Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what the will of God is, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

The world will have you believe that drinking alcohol is what is needed to create meaningful relationships and enjoy life. If you are reading this, then you know you have been deceived. Fill your spirit with God’s loving words and use that encouragement to change the course of your life. Use your God-given gifts to become the person you were created to be. Develop new neurological habits and experience the difference.

The Plans He Has For Me

Reclaim Your Time

The impact of regaining hours in a day is life-changing. No more hours of wasted time drinking, recovering from drinking, or thinking about how to stop drinking. This is the time you get to think about all of the things that you’d love to do but didn’t have time for. It will also be a great time to develop daily habits to spend time with God in gratitude and relationship. You will develop listening to His voice through your time in this devotional and feel connected to the Holy Spirit like you hadn’t experienced in the past when alcohol was in the way.

Why 12 Weeks?

Many give up alcohol during Dry January or Lent, only to look forward to drinking on Day 32 or Day 41, respectively. They soon realize that the old operating system is back in play shortly after reaching for that drink again. Scientific research indicates that on average, it takes over two months, to create new habits. Twelve weeks is the amount of time needed to see true transformation in thought and action. The body experiences homeostasis in approximately 30 days and can enjoy life without the need for a substance. The body is capable of naturally producing the perfect amount of dopamine for that “just right” high in the activity one is engaged in.

During this twelve-week period, you are not just removing a substance. You are learning to forgive yourself and others and learning to love and appreciate the person you were created to be. The time frame is ample enough to experience true transformative thinking and provides a solid foundation for developing great habits and a meaningful relationship with Jesus.

The Plans He Has For Me