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Amanda struggled with addiction for 30 years, mixing pills with hard drugs. Her life was a revolving door from homelessness to jail, then to rehab and back to the dope house. She was in and out of her kids’ lives and couldn’t break free from the vicious cycle.

“By God’s grace, He led me to 7 Springs,” Amanda said. “I was taken in and provided for. I came in with only the clothes on my back and four Bibles in my backpack. I knew that God was my only chance at winning the fight for my freedom.”

When she first started the recovery program, Amanda was preoccupied with obtaining a disability check because she did not believe she was mentally stable enough to work. The devil convinced her she was worthless.

“The spiritual warfare was so strong that I began to actually see the demons that were tormenting me. My attitude about myself was very negative. I thought that I wasn’t worthy because of all the sin I had lived in for so long.”

Everything changed when she received the Lord into her heart. With the support she found at 7 Springs and Word Alive International Outreach, she began to experience the beautiful work of the Holy Spirit.

“With the help of the Lord, this program and all the wonderful women at Word Alive, I started believing in myself. I am now a functioning member of society, and I’m working at a job I never thought I’d be able to accomplish.”

Along with a renewed mind, Amanda also experienced physical healing and relational growth during her time at 7 Springs.

Amanda holds her graduation certificate from 7 Springs Ministries“Salvation worked miracles in my life. God cured my liver of Hepatitis C. It just fixed itself! Now that is a miracle only God could make happen. He restored my relationships with family members and helped me develop new friendships. The Lord has put so many special people in my life to hold me accountable. There’s no high like the Most High since I’ve graduated from 7 Springs. It means the world to me to have my family back in my life and to have all the lifelong friends I made here in the program tell me how proud they are of me. This influences me to never want to go back to the darkness of addiction. I have found total freedom with all the support I have gained here over the last year.”

Amanda leans on Isaiah 42:8-9 as a reminder of all God has accomplished in her life:

“I am the Lord, that is my name! I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols. See, the former things have taken place and new things I declare; before they spring into being, I announce them to you.”

Tiffani Scalzo

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