Definition of Divinity:
The state or quality of being divine.

Synonyms of Divinity:

Godliness, holiness, sanctity, sacredness, blessedness, etc.

These notes are from recovery in AA and/or related 12 step programs.
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Love in fellowship.


There is surely a piece of divinity in us.
One definition of divinity in the dictionary is “supreme excellence.”

It also means “god-like character” and “divine nature.”
Each one of us has a part that is divine.

We see it occasionally in others, and they see it in us when they love us. We can draw on that divine part of every person for strength and hope and courage and faith and love.

There is wonderful, mysterious beauty in all of us, even when we behave badly. –Today’s Gift | More…


The program offers us the chance, every moment of our lives from this day forward, to experience divinity. All we are asked to do is be there, for one another, to share fully who we are.

The program bonds us together, and the bond will strengthen each of us, but it can elude us, too. It often does when we forget to be there, in one another’s presence, when the opportunity comes.  –Each Day a New Beginning/Karen Casey | More…

I have got over my procrastination. I have learned it’s better to make a mistake once in a while than to never do anything at all. We learn by trial and error. But we must act now and not put it off until tomorrow.

Do not hide your light under a bushel. Arise and shine, for the light has come and the glory of the Lord has risen in thee.’ –24Hours | More…


Divine order has been defined as; A pervasive presence of all the intelligence and power necessary for the right outcome for every circumstance and event in the universe –Anon

We are made partakers of the Divine nature through the promises; then we have to “manipulate” the Divine nature in our human nature by habits, and the first habit to form is the habit of realising the provision God has made. –My Utmost for His Highest | More…


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