Because it is evident that the majority of our problems are the result of our being conditioned to use the false and unhealthy principles of this world; and realizing that if any real change is to take place in our lives, it must happen at the subconscious level; and knowing well that real and permanent change will only be realized as we saturate our subconscious minds with the positive principles and promises of God's word, God has led us to develop the Transformation Groups. Transformation Groups allow change to take place and help prevent these mistakes:
1. Taking Scripture Saturation Lightly
If we are to truly become the person we would like to be and the person the Lord intended us to be, we cannot take Scripture saturation lightly. As an encourager, you must make your charge accountable to do the study and the Scripture saturation required in this course. Change does not take place by accident. It requires work. (“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15)
2. Believing “Once An Addict, Always An Addict”
The goal of the Transformation Principle program is freedom as offered by Christ. This freedom is obtained by faith, and we are required to trust Christ’s promise if we are to obtain complete freedom. (“Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed.” John 8:36)
3. Assuming That Addiction Is Primarily A Physical Problem
The bondage that must be broken is mental and has its origin in deep-rooted, destructive attitudes.