My revelation upon getting sober in the Lord is this simple…
I can not EVER drink again. Not just one, not even just a little. Not even what they call non-alcoholic in the print.
I can not flirt with the thoughts, or think well maybe not today, but way down the road, maybe. No maybes!!
Oh no, never again will I be sipping on wine, chugging down a beer, taking a shot, or tasting another alcolohic drop. I don’t mess around with this ephinay I got.
I know that if I ever drink again it will be that of my last. For it will not be just one sip, or one drink. It will lead me down a dark road to my grave already dug with my own taking life granted hands.
I value this life all too much to ever to taste that toxic waste again. My skin crawls at the thought of me then. I pray God always gives me these vivid visual of the hopeless wretch I was. Seeking solace in a bottle of possibly a friend. That will not be my end.
So as simple as the sun sets and rises, my revelation is I am to never drink again ANY alcoholic beverage. It is not a choice I have. It just is. Never again will I wear that as my disguise. I am free, and that imprisonment I could not bare.
For God will daily walk me through this revelation as it is my destination.
So my revelation is never again inebriation. Never…
Many of you don’t know my whole story. I have been sober before, turning my back on everything that rang true on my life, and spit in God’s face. I fell so hard, I did not know if I would ever find my way back up, and out. So when I say never I do not mean it can not or may not ever happen again. My meaning is that it very well may be the last time it ever does if I do indeed fail. As I might as well dig a grave for I may not make it out. Never was meant in I can’t ever if I wish to keep going as I am. I am not higher than any other, and not above reproach. We all fall, and fail. Usually when we think we won’t. I just know with how hard I drank in this last binge. It may be my last if I ever dance with the devil again.