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We know that according to recent data, over 25 million Americans (although the real number is most likely double) suffer from a substance abuse issue. While there are many paths to overcoming addiction, here at 10 Acre Ranch we offer a Christian drug & alcohol addiction treatment program that is centered around Christ’s teachings, modern therapies and achieving recovery through the 12 Steps of Celebrate Recovery. Our program works with most major PPO insurance carriers and we are in-network with a number of plans. Our non-profit, true-to-form Christian treatment program is unlike many of the others you will find on the internet today. We have a truly separate Christian-track that is dedicated to providing our Christian clients with access to recovery that fits their spiritual needs while also addressing the core issues that lead to substance abuse. We ask you to remember 2 Corinthians 5:7, “Walk by faith, not by sight,” and take a leap of faith on recovery at 10 Acre Ranch. 

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As you or someone you know may have struggled with long term addiction, alcoholism, or substance abuse, the bible can offer a source of light in an otherwise dark and lonely world. Many have struggled to find sobriety and many have received a helping hand through their own spirituality with a personal connection to Jesus Christ. Here at 10 Acre Ranch, we offer a specialized Christian treatment program that allows you to recover with the power of Christ. Contact us now to learn more about how we can help.

God is love and the bible promises that God is always with us. Through our faith in God we will receive help when we are weak, god will forgive our sins and heal our hearts. In the darkness of addiction we shut ourselves out from the rest of the world. When we lead a lifestyle controlled by alcohol or drugs, we avoid our family, our friends and we ultimately disconnect ourselves from God’s unconditional love.

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Many people in recovery have been greatly helped by a “higher power,” a personal relationship to God with the benefits of forgiveness, healing and hope. This personal relationship can give a person the motivation to stay on track towards recovery and sober living. Many people claim that once they surrendered themselves to God, they found their commitment to real recovery. These experiences are exemplary of various biblical scriptures that anyone in a substance abuse treatment program can relate to.

  1. Corinthians 10:13

    No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.

    This verse has long been cited in the field of addiction recovery and sobriety. In this verse, Paul warned us about being overconfident. Thinking we are stronger than we actually are can cause us to be vulnerable. The real promise of hope in this verse is the fact that God will always provide us with the strength to say no. God’s strength is our strength to bear.

  2. Corinthians 6:12

    All things are lawful for me,” but not all things are helpful. “All things are lawful for me,” but I will not be dominated by anything.

    This verse is generally associated with sexual temptations and immorality, but you can apply the greater psychological concept towards any form of negative temptation. You may have the lawful right for instance, to consume any substance you could imagine but not all things are going to be helpful to you. Other things like alcohol or illicit drugs have the ability to dominate you and turn you into someone who you truly are not. Paul seems to preach moderation here but the point is that while all things could be legal, not all are beneficial to you. Ultimately, you should not allow yourself to become a slave to your own personal liberties

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  3. Corinthians 15:33

    Be not deceived: Evil companionships corrupt good morals.

    The moments in life where we find ourselves swayed by bad influences are always much easier to identify in hindsight. We are always vulnerable in life and our experience reacting to these vulnerabilities can potentially make us stronger or weaker. Here, Paul warned about false teachers leading people astray from the teachings of Jesus Christ. But this is pertinent to patients in recovery, as addicts may have been led astray by their dark lifestyle that surrounded them during their period of substance abuse.

  4. James 5:15-16

    And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise them up. If they have sinned, they will be forgiven. Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

    For anyone in recovery, hope is a cornerstone in the path towards sobriety. This verse is a lovely reminder that God can heal you, forgive you and give you the strength to carry on. When you are going through drug or alcohol rehab, temptation can seemingly lurk around every corner. While attending a Christian rehab center, God’s word reminds us to be honest and good in personal character. Through God’s watchful eye, we can maintain a constant vigilance to keep us in the light and away from the darkness.

  5. Romans 5:3-5

    More than that, we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us. 

    Everyone in this world will experience trials and tribulations. God knows that we can become stronger through conflict. God’s ultimate love is our redemption from the suffering we experience as we navigate through the difficult times in our lives. Our moment of rejoice comes when we realize that no matter how bad our lives became, no matter how long we were addicted, there is always hope and a chance for a new life. God’s love is always there and we can find hope, courage and strength throughout our recovery if we remember this one simple fact.

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  2. The Bible verses describe how God heals those who are sick. He heals them spiritually and physically. Prayer may be all that is necessary for people with mild substance abuse problems.

  3. I wonder if I can be good I want to do bad to br good to have integrity. I am honest I know God sees everything and he is the one who counts every one Lea as every one lets I down I’m there for them 1;00 3 :00 sick ,broke down no where to sleep need food don’t habe much bit share what I got God is so good to me I keep messing up . I lost my 21ur old son special needs had the mins of a 3 ur old 300lbs 6″7 Blessing 24hr job they ray of sunshine in my darkest moments the smartest man ive ever known he loved church when singing hymns he’d always make me get him the right page then turn the book completely up side down and sing loudly his favorite song was just a little talk with Jesus he couldn’t talk but he had his own language we understood mostly he would get frustrated when we couldn’t understand him but I know he’s happy I can’t wait to hear him talk I would never wish him back here but I never thought he would go before us I felt like God bad let go and walked away. But I let go it was a time I should of beld tighter and I failed that test I t I turned to drugs they were always there helped the pain I know walkimg with the Lord feels so much better bit I seem to sabatoche myself I know the drugs just make me agitated and tbinhs worse I pray God will take that erge away from me and make me long for him and his word like that .i feel like ive gone through all this for a reason there are kids dieing 2&3 a day I won’t to fight that my son is one of them I’m scared hes gonna end up dead in a ditch or OD. Our families torn because my daughter want be or bring her kids arround him and I want abandon, him. To every one else he may be some crazy junky but we are all hes got we love him I don’t know where to go from here …how to fix us ….things seem to get better when we are in church. But it’s hard to face the church when I mess up I feel like a hipacrit I just want to run to the alter but somethi,g holds me back idk how to give it all to him I try then I pick it back up I feel like if I don’t get it together he’s gonna give up on me. !

    • Amy I hope this message reaches you. But I read your reply and I just wanted to say that the Lord will never give up on you during your journey with him Deut 31:8. He is here with you walking the journey alongside you and at times hes even sweeping you off of your feet and carrying you on his shoulders while he does the walking for you. I know its hard but you have to choose to follow him and not idolize drugs or other things before him. I pray that you put the substances down for you and your family and that God continues to show you how to truly follow his son Jesus Christ and become more like him. God has given us the strength to defeat the enemy. The Bible is our manual for life and he has also sent the Holy Spirit to live inside us and guide us. God has everything you need. You just have to decide that and quit turning to the drugs for a false sense of security. I love you Amy and so does God. God bless all of you struggling with addiction. I pray that the Lord guide everyone who encounters this page. In Jesus name, Amen.

  4. I need prayers to get rid of my addiction. I need your prayers . Or where can I ask for prayers?

  5. Is it possible for a man to be a part of something bigger and not know it. Or for him to know it but choose to live in shame and misery because he feels he is to far gone and doesn’t see a way out of it without having serious consequences. I’ve had a couple things happen to me that could not be achieved by man so I know God exist. They were positive things. However; in knowing that what I’ve witnessed spiritually, why would I choose to suffer and continue not to receive the Holy Spirit full force. I know by my spiritual experiences that God is real. How broken down do I have to become before I see the seriousness around me and turn my life to God and only God. I just wish I knew how to deal with this before its too late and I miss the opportunity. Thank you for your time. Devin F.

    • You are NEVER too far gone, don’t believe the devil’s lies!! God’s grace is way bigger than that! Just repent in reverence… ask God to forgive you and give you the Holy Spirit. I have no doubt He is with you and very close to you, you just have to humble yourself to that place of asking Him in with an earnest heart. God bless you, I will pray for you!! Your heart is in the right place!

    • I want to say don’t give up. I stopped drinking almost 2 years ago. I am 52.
      I first tried to deal with my drinking at 27. It was a rocky 24 years then I surrendered my will and life to God and now I have serenity

  6. Thank You

  7. Ty

  8. Thanks…I needed to read this.

    • Overcoming some addiction. Still working on alcohol addiction. I never doubt that my lord loves me or that he is my lord God. I believe Jesus died for my sins. Not having confidence in the Lord isn’t my problem but having confidence in myself. Being strong enough for what the Lord wants me to accomplish and believing I can accomplish it. That is what scares me. How do I give up the things I don’t need that hold me back to do his works is the things I NOW need to work on. I am a child of God. Just trying to find my way

      • Amen. I could not have written the “Double” life I lead any better. Sounds like we are in the same boat Toby. Let it be known, you are not alone. I feel every day the Lord and the Devil are in a tug aware with my soul. I am sick of it! The Lord is waiting with open arms. I can’t seem to shake it.

      • Hi Toby, As we struggle with addictions, we know the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak. The Lord showed me a verse to stand on when I doubt in MY will power, to change the focus that it is God’s will power in me! Turn your focus to see that it is God’s will power working in you!

        Philippians 2:13
        “for it is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill his good purpose.”

  9. I enjoyed this reading on addiction, I have been smoking for 43 years and I am tired of smoking, I have prayed for the Lord’s help and I have used Chantix, I tried cold turkey but I will not give up and I don’t want to keep giving in. Help me, Lord.

  10. Found the article very helpful. I have a teenager who I recently discovered has been vaping and may have been abusing drugs. I freaked out and was confused. I’d like a christian solution but just don’t know how. may be a christian rehab

  11. I’m a living witness of the power of God to deliver us from our addiction. I was on drugs and alcohol for 25 Yrs I smoked as well. In February of 1999 He showed up in my life at a Christian Rehab in South Florida. And my life has never been the same. Yes I struggled a bit along the way but I’m clean and sober. All these years I’ve lived my life to give back to other what God did in me. I now volunteer at Christian Rehab in Alabama. PTL for His word have me hope and His word had kept me clean.

  12. Please keep my family in your prayers, theres so much hate, evilness, drug addiction, malice..and not being faithful!

  13. This really encourages me I’ve been bound by addiction for ten yrs or more I definitely know there is a God I’ve had experience with his spirit I really want quit being on something I’m praying cuz I tried going cold turkey but the pain and withdrawal is what scares me I know God is bigger than any mountain or addiction I hold my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and I’m not a young person don’t want to die being hooked

  14. hi I’m online looking for answers…. I read your post & can completely relate, it was like reading my own thoughts.
    I too have had spiritual experiences beyond explanation yet I continue in the same cycle of drug abuse.
    I know God loves me unconditionally & I fail him. I feel there is something I must fulfil yet I do not know what it is. Therefore I am trying to practice patience, continue to pray & seek forgiveness. I too fear my time is running out

  15. Very encouraging post, faith really helps with fighting addition and our faith can overcome any struggle with life.

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  21. I have a question.What if you pray and pray for God to help you with your addiction and it gets worse

  22. I struggle with drugs, alcohol addiction 40 years, started at the age of 13years old.
    All my life that all I known..
    On April 12,2017 been clean 3years now..
    Didn’t need No rehab.
    Jesus Christ is my rehab .
    That’s night I got on my knees like never before.
    And give it all to the Lord..
    REPENT my sins.
    The good Lord set me free
    From my life time addiction..
    Over night..just like that.

    Believe in yourself
    Believe in God that he can change you..
    IT is hard to stop.
    But if you put your,whole heart, and mind in him.
    He will do the rest.
    You just have to want it bad enough to quit..
    God will give you the strength you need.
    He will change your life for the best.

    • He will never give up on you, Amy. Never. I’m going thru an addiction myself and thought the same about going to church. He knew that His people would welcome me. They prayed for me, there was no condemnation. Just love for one of His own. Church is for sinners to repent and seek Him. There is nothing to fear, give Him a chance to show you. He is waiting for you. Turn to Him. Give everything to Him. Let Jesus take the wheel. I pray the blood of Jesus over you. Just remember that He died for you and arose from the dead…for you. All things all possible thru Christ. I’m praying for you and your family, in Jesus name.

    • Thank you for posting this.

  23. My husband has battled alcoholism and drug addiction since he was 18, he is now 43… We recently had one of the most horrible things that anyone can even imagine happen after he unknowingly got cocaine laced with fentanyl… He had no idea what he was doing and is now sitting in jail with a pending first degree felony charge… his choice to do drugs has now led our family down a path that only God can provide a miracle for… he is so remorseful and says he wants help but I am so afraid it is too late for him at this point… the sad thing is, he asked me to call and get him into an outpatient program because he worked a full time job and the only time that anyone locally offered anything was on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 6-9 and there was no way he could go… the class was over an hour away and he worked Monday thru Friday, 6:30 am -5 pm… In my experiences, the weekends are the hardest on people, especially with people who are battling addiction… I would think that they would offer these sort of classes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights… but they don’t… Life has a way of getting sorted out one way or the other… just please keep me and my family in your prayers, we need them and as many as you can send our way… thank you!!

    • Keeping you in prayer. God bless you and keep you, in Jesus name.

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  27. Through 20 plus years of addiction I’ve come to realise that all I’ve ever been seeking is to feel CLOSE to the Almighty, to feel a true lasting bond to God!! But the devil never rests…. he’s beaten me down many many times!! But through God’s will I’m still standing.

  28. Keeping you in prayer. God bless you and keep you, in Jesus name.

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