You can give them right back to that sleazy salesman who sold them to you.
If he asks why you're returning them, you don't have to give reasons like, "I have no room for your lies" or, "They taste really bitter coming out of my mouth".
you just tell that sleaze-ball that Jesus has purchased too much truth for you to buy any more lies.
I bought a lie. I believed that quitting smoking would be too hard and even if I quit, I would still crave cigarettes for the rest of my life. I had tried to quit a few times before. Each time I quit I would give up with in a few days and then find myself smoking on my back porch. I felt like a huge failure. Just another thing I couldn't follow through with or successfully complete.
I was up to 2 packs a day. That's 40 cigarettes a day! There's only 24 hours in a day. 60 minutes in an hour. For roughly 8 of those hours I'm asleep. Oh, and I kept my smoking a secret, so for the few hours I was out of the house everyday I didn't smoke. It takes approximately 5 minutes to smoke 1 cigarette. So, when I was home with no one around I was smoking almost 5 cigarettes an hour. So, here's my point, all I thought about was cigarettes.
Smoking ruled over me.
One day, I picked up a book called All In by Mark Guzzardo. I never finished the book. I read all the up to the part where God said, "Crissy, this is you. If you will let go of cigarettes and grab on to my hand, you'll see that I have a promise for you." But in the book it read like this: