Revelation Series #274: The Life and Times of Sheryl Crow

by admin on November 12, 2015



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gsfretired01 November 13, 2015 at 1:39 pm

God bless you Sheryl and your parents and my prayers and admiration go out for you all!!!

Sheryl November 23, 2015 at 9:47 am

That is so kind and generous of you, whatever your name is. Just knowing I have a cheering squad out there like you helps me get through my days, so thank you. I’d like to take this opportunity to give thanks to everybody out there who’s rooting me on. We, who are soon to be unveiled as sons and daughters of the True and Living God, need each other. This fellowship we have here and our friendships are priceless commodities during this corrupt eon. I would not be here talking to you or in as good a condition as I am if Martin hadn’t stood with me all these past 13 years, through thick and thin. We all have such a short time until the snatching away, and then we can look back and say, “I remember you when…”

Kevin November 12, 2015 at 10:26 pm

You’ve mentioned Sheryl before, Martin, or, maybe it was a “friend in Fresno”. It is so wonderful that the two of you finally got to meet in person, AFTER 13 YEARS! As you were describing the drive to her house, and how excited you were to meet this future celestial magistrate, I recalled the movie, “Never Been Kissed”, and one of the final scenes where Josie (Drew Barrymore) dropped the microphone, giving up on the English teacher Mr. Coulson (Michael Vartan) to come and give her that first kiss. And then he finally showed up (delayed for some reason I can’t recall). He said to Josie, “It took me forever to get here.” Josie replied, “I know what you mean.”
For me, I would like to meet both of you. (But I don’t know if I could stand that anticipation before I saw your faces.)
Thank you for sharing Sheryl’s story.

Petra November 12, 2015 at 8:30 pm

Cheryl, you are amazing. I am humbled.

Sheryl November 24, 2015 at 1:38 pm

Greetings, Petra. What a cool name! Thanks so much for your sweet words. I gotta be honest with you though, I don’t feel amazing. I’m just me being me, doing what I have to do to make it through another day. And here’s another truth arrow: I am no different than you or anybody else. There isn’t a person alive who doesn’t have issues. It’s all relative, sister! Back in the day Martin used to say that all the time when I would bitch and moan about my problems. “It’s all relative,” he’d tell me and, boy, did it ever irk me. I guess I wanted to corner the market in the trial department or something. You know, be special for having it so bad. But somewhere along the walk it finally penetrated that we are all in the same boat. Everyone has humiliations, hardships and heartaches. No one escapes the messiness of life. No, not one. But I can guaran-damn-tee you: This too shall pass. Our Head is on His way to rescue us on out of this dark side of God’s Grand Contrast into the brilliant light of our unspeakably marvelous, new realm! We all just need to hold on for One. More. Second.

Petra January 8, 2016 at 6:40 pm

Hi Sheryl, my apologies for not replying to your note! I’m not used to getting a reply. I listen to Martins Revelation show in batches, not every day, so I missed your response. I felt a connection with you that day as have struggled with health issues for 25 years now. I’m a prisoner in my body, not a jail cell, like Paul!

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