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Gambling Freedom in 60 Days: Day 49

Some of you are so addicted to gambling that you need to take drastic action. You need to cancel all credit cards and give all of your extra money to someone you trust. Have your bank set up an account so that you need a cosigner on all checks. If you cant stop going to a casino, check if they have a program where you can ban yourself from entering. You can talk to security, have them take your picture and you sign a no gambling contract with the Casino. Ask online venues how you can ban them as well.

God has things for you to do. But can He count on you? Did you help out at the shelter or Church a few times and then quit? Is chasing money more important to you than people? Of course not. But many need change in this area.

What kills faithfulness: Apathy, sin and sometimes gambling. Apathy: some people want GA to help them but then you don’t want to find a way to help others. Sin: sin will make you hard so that you don’t care about helping others. Is sin keeping you from being the person you want to be?
God has more work for people than what is getting done. Do your part and maybe God will have mercy on you and help you.
If you are faithful helping others the Bible promises to bless you.
Memorize Proverbs 28:20 New International Version (NIV)
20 A faithful person will be richly blessed,
but one eager to get rich will not go unpunished.Read Matthew 15

Pray: “Father give me the wisdom to write a prayer that will help me to start overcoming my addiction.” You can pray it as many times each day as you want as long as you are sincere in increasing your desire to change with each prayer. God is not counting how many times I pray my prayer. He is looking at how my heart changes as I sincerely pray it each time and how I allow him to lead me to better choices because now (because of prayer and extra effort) I am starting to see reality clearer.

Focus on a goal of Spiritual growth: 

   We increase spiritually by producing the fruit of the spirit in your life. “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law.” (Galatians 5:22-23.) Love is affection, good will or benevolence toward others.  Joy is gladness both received and shared with others.  Peace is tranquility, harmony and concord. Long-suffering is patience or endurance. Gentleness is goodness and kindness. Goodness is uprightness of heart and life. Faith is the conviction of the truths we hold. Meekness is gentleness or mildness. Self-control is temperance. As the fruit of the Spirit increases in life spiritual growth is taking root.

The focus on lost souls allows Spiritual growth. Let no one around you say, “No one cared for my soul.” The Psalmist said, “Look on my right hand and see, For there is no one who acknowledges me; Refuge has failed me; No one cares for my soul.” (Psalm 142:4.) Pray for the Lord to use you in being a soul winner. God’s plan for evangelism is simple. One who has learned the truth must share Christ to others.

   Increase growth spiritually by developing Christlikeness. Think about the Cross. What does it mean for you to take up your cross daily. Christians must have the mind of Christ and follow His example. (Philippians 2:5; I Peter 2:21.) The moon reflects the light of the sun.  Christians reflect the light and likeness of God’s Son. Every day strive to increase your standards.

 Spiritual growth cuts temptation to fall in half. Focus on increase.


Day one: Quitting addiction exercises

Day two: It is important to admit you are powerless

Day 3: Learn the right way to live

Day 4: Getting rid of negative emotions

Day 5: Remember – money lost is not yours. Don’t try to get it back or you will lose more.Day 6: can you increase your pleasure by gambling?

Day 7: Staying clean in all ways helps you quit the addiction

Day 8: Decide what pain and pleasure you want

Day 9: Analyze what leads you back to your addiction

Day 10: Change your emotions and your mindsets. Stop believing that your big score will come in.

Day 11: Where the Spirit of the Lord is – there is liberty

Day 12: Learn how to worship God. Also try to develop positive addictions.

Day 13: Write out a letter saying why you want to quit

Day 14: Overcoming cravings and negative emotions

Day 15: You have some self control

Day 16: Have a list of coping statements. Have a list of substitute activities.

Day 17: How to find living water that will always satisfy you

Day 18: Do not have faulty beliefs abourt gambling odds

Day 19: Interview with a professional poker player


Day 26: Which prayers are answered quickly – which prayers time more time and persistence

Day 27: How to fill the vacuum that addiction caused

28: Finding a good church

29: Knowing why you can’t quit can help you plan how to quit

30: How to eliminate the vacuum created by quitting

31: Tripping your addiction trap. Overcoming sloth

32: You need clean people around you if you are going to stay clean

33: Use real math not gambling math

Day 34: Don’t condemn yourself

Day 35: Don’t test yourself to see if it is safe to gamble a little bit

Day 36: Knowing why you can’t quit can help you quit

Day 37: Do not chase pipe dreams

Day 38: Getting the anger out

Day 39: The vice of greed

Day 40: Specific planning helps break addiction

Day 41: Embrace the truth about gambling. Know your odds of hitting the big score.
Day 42: Quitting permanently

Day 43: Financial problems

44: Overcoming cravings

Day 45: The importance of helping others right now

Day 46: The devil is always campaigning for you

Day 47: Who or what do you worship

Day 48: Finding peace