Almost everyone has heard the cliché “Don’t do drugs.” But I’m going to tell you something else.
Don’t try drugs.
The curiosity in young people looking for an experimental adventure or a way to escape pain and stress functions as a game of Russian roulette.
Just trying narcotics one time is equivalent to putting one round in the chamber and spinning it wildly before placing it up to your skull to pull the trigger.
Trying drugs once doesn’t automatically destroy the lives of everyone who tries them, but it’s not worth the gamble of your life and the lives of innocent others.
Unlike the horrific game of Russian roulette, drugs might not kill you on the first try but instead slowly lead you down a path of long suffering as demonic spirits take over your mind and trade your ambitious opportunities for a lifestyle of destruction to yourself and to all of those around you—doing the most harm to those who love you the most.
Despite how you feel, there are people who love you.
And for sure, God loves you.
He is closer than the air your breath.
And his plans for you are greater than any narcotic could ever be.