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The Bible clearly points out the consequences of drinking al- cohol. The Bible also shows how just one wont hurt goes against the truth found in Ephesians , where the Bible says, Let it not be once named among you, as becometh saints. The Bible goes on to say in Proverbs , Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived there- by is not wise. As a physician, I have seen the permanent damage alcohol does to the human body. Alcohol de- stroys brain and liver cells and slowly tears down various other internal organs. Not only does it aid in tearing down the physical aspect of an individual, but it also tears down the soulical mind, will and emotions as well.
The normal Christian life is a life of regular, daily answer to prayer. In the model prayer Jesus taught His disciples to pray daily for bread, and expect to get it, and to ask daily for forgiveness, for deliverance from the evil one, and for other needs, and daily to get the answers they sought. That is the way Jesus Himself lived—in daily unhindered communion with the Father, so that He could say to His Father and our Father, "I knew that thou hearest me always" John And all the teaching of the Lord Jesus about prayer shows that we too have a normal, day-by-day unhindered intercourse with God, asking and receiving, seeking and finding, knocking and having God open to us. He plainly said, "Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full" John When we are told in James that "ye have not, because ye ask not," it is proper to infer that God intended asking to be followed by having and that the Christian in the will of God can live day by day in the fullness of joy of having his prayers answered. It is perfectly normal for an obedient child to ask for food every meal time and get it, get all he wants, and eat until he is perfectly satisfied.
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