ASK HIM IN YOUR MORNING MEDITATION WHAT YOU CAN DO EACH DAY FOR THE MAN WHO IS STILL SICK. THE ANSWERS WILL COME, IF YOUR OWN HOUSE IS IN ORDER.
— Big Book, p.164

Six Month Listeners

A daily quiet time with God is sure to bring many changes to our lives. For members of the Oxford Group and the Pioneers in AA, Two Way Prayer opened the door to a transforming relationship with God. As the Big Book says, “What used to be the hunch or the occasional inspiration gradually becomes a working part of the mind…. We come to rely upon it.”

Is God guiding you to take some definite action? Someone you need to call or write?

Is there an amends you need to make or a behaviour you need to change? The Big Book says, “Ask Him in your morning meditation what you can do each day for the man who is still sick.” But always remember, sometimes that sick man or woman
will be us!

Two Way Prayer helps us grow into the women and men we were always meant to be. The obstacles to becoming that person are removed as we grow through daily practice of the Four Absolutes. They lay at the heart of Two Way Prayer and Bill Wilson said he placed them in Steps Six and Seven – the Steps that “separate the men from the boys” and the women from the girls!

LAUREN

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In these videos, after six months of practice, notice the listeners’ deepening relationship with God as he affirms his love and gently encourages them to live into their full potential as his children.  See full video >