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Should Christians Drink Alcohol?

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aftonline
aftonline

I am grateful that my parents were Bible believing Baptist Christians who practically never consumed alcohol. We never had alcohol in the home growing up, and I remember an occasion when my father was offered a glass of wine when we were dining in a hotel one night, and I remember being shocked when he had a sip of wine. Of course he quoted the apostle Paul's advice to Timothy to "take a little wine for the stomach". In retrospect, we were a little too sheltered as a family. But I have not deviated from the way I was brought… Read more »

Ujhe Lee
Ujhe Lee

Do you have sermon about Christian clothing?

Jenny Phelps
Jenny Phelps

Alcoholism is confirmed as a disease in the medical community. I have been a Christian all my life and still ended up an alcoholic. It is a spiritual malady. The entire program for recovery is centered around getting close to God and giving your life to Him. I very much enjoy your videos, however, I have to confess that hearing you say alcoholic drinking is a choice is very offensive to those who have vowed to stop, prayed to stop, and have still found a bottle in their hand. Please research more. Recovery and sobriety helps bring people to God.

Kurt Aaron
Kurt Aaron

Are you declaring that a saved believer who engages in any of those sins listed or falls into practicing them can lose their salvation and not inherit the kingdom of God? A saved believer (a brother) who is a drunkard is to be avoided, but he is still a saved believer (1 Cor 5:11). He obviously needs to change and be restored, but to declare him unsaved and not going to heaven is a stretch.

Juanita Bacon
Juanita Bacon

meaner!!!!

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