Yes, this sermon is to benefit anyone that may have a rat or a snake in their life. Get you some mothballs, courage, and loyalty in your life.Get rid of that old stench of a memory,that will never do you any good.
Trust those that trust you, don’t lock yourself up in with their shenanigans, when you desire an eventful, but honest life!
Stand Up for the people in your life that love and revere you.
We have all made mistakes, sometimes we have to look at the facts.
If you have a week to live, would that person want to spend time with you?
Will that person assist you in your last hours of life?
Answer that question and follow your intuition you are not incorrect,the first thought was the truth.
Ignore those who smile in your face but still have others watching your every move.
Realize that you are better than that, you should never have to prove your self-worth.
The people in your life may not agree with the chose that you make, but in the end it is you that will make your bed!
If you are anything like me, you will acknowledge when you are wrong, but stay loyal to those who are loyal to you.
Don’t destroy your creativity,for a taker, or any person that is only intrigued by temporary people and superficial materials. Your life, your time, why waste it?
Why The Title, The Thirsty Thursday Sermon?
My soul get’s lifted when Tim McGraw says, “Phoooo- Mannnn Choee“