"But when he came to himself, he said, ‘How many of my father’s hired servants have more than enough bread, but I perish here with hunger!"—Luke 15:17
Admittance is the first step toward sobriety, recovery, and hope. At this stage, it’s not about getting help, or locating the type of support you think you need, or even diagnosing the root issue. It’s more awareness that you have some ambiguous “issue.” A hardship that’s trying to get your attention. A difficulty that’s manifesting a need for help. Maybe even help that you can’t provide for yourself. Admittance is a form of self-confession. If you recall the story of the Prodigal Son, the prodigal had this same moment. It was a moment, “he came to himself.” Essentially this began his entrance into change and his long journey toward a better day.
DO THIS: Admit it to yourself, whatever "it" might be.
PRAYER: God, today I need to admit this to you ___________________.