Change Is the Only Constant

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Andrew Ehritz
November12, 2013

Is Drinking Alcoholic Beverages a Sin This is a question that I used to ask myself when I first give my life to the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Is drinking alcoholic beverages a sin? Since I got saved my drinking of alcohol has caused me conflict in the churches that I attend. They believe that drinking alcohol is a sin. In my 10 years of studying all the books of the Bible, I have never found any evidence that it is a sin unless it is done in excess. The Bible does not forbid a Christian from drinking beer, wine, or any other drink containing alcohol. Many Americans may not know this, but alcohol is a non-issue for Christians in many other parts of the world. (Challies) We should consider, consumption of small quantities of alcohol is a matter of Christian freedom. God says during His annual Feast of Tabernacles, which He commands His people to keep: “And you shall bestow that money for whatsoever your soul lusts after [desires], for oxen, or for sheep, or for wine, or for strong drink, or for whatsoever your soul desires: and you shall eat there before the Lord your God, and you shall rejoice, you, and your household.” (Deut. 14:26).
Alcohol, consumed in small quantities, is not harmful. In fact, some doctors support drinking small amounts of red wine for the heart. It has been proven that small amounts of alcohol helps different stomach problems. The Holy Bible says, “Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities.” (1 Timothy 5:23) This shows us that there is a proper use of alcohol. Even the American heart Association has made comments that a couple drinks a day has lowered mortality rates. The consumption of alcohol definitely calms your nerves and helps you deal with a broken heart. The Holy Bible also states, “Give strong drink unto him that is…...

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