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* Intense feelings of dread and anguish cross your sleepy spirit, as if the stinky demon had decided to move into your cerebral cortex. Remember that your brain is not only more active but also in panic mode. He became so used to alcohol that he started thinking that it was one of your normal bodily fluids. Imagine if you suddenly gave up the food, taking all your nutrients via an IV instead.
* Your problems make sense When you are drunk, small problems become big problems for no reason. When you are sober, you have to deal with reality and you do not worry about petty things anymore.
* I'm not saying that my family is perfect nobody is, but our relationships are genuine and healthy. I can bike 100 miles in less than 6 hours and bench press well over 200 pounds. I read at least two books a week and I spend a lot of time with my children. Drinking may not work for everyone. But that never stopped me. Let us not delude ourselves into thinking that we know the plan of God though if we were to guess that they would clearly conclude that God's plan is for me to drink based on positive results.
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* You assume full responsibility for your work. You are the "guardian" of your readers. It is very rare in these days of the same means and to transmit false news. I am particularly touched by your remark and I recognize that attending AA and NA / FA counseling and meeting appointments is "good and holy" because it is not not appearances that matter. Drink, etc. is not the sin but a symptom one of many of the sin.
* However, I have my very good taxi would be so great with this steak moments. That said, God pours new pleasures into my life every day pun intended! Thanks again for keeping it real. I like the way you wrote your testimony. Show your fight against sin instead of telling others what to do ... very powerful. It's just like that I want to write. I might add that with all the Bible verses about staying alert and sober, how can a follower of Jesus be right to imbibe?
* Nice story, Ron. Your words deeply touched me because your decision to stop, based on a boost from the Holy Spirit, describes my trip of the past year. I have "left" now after being on a downward slope of frequency in recent years. I never like how I behave or feel after. Cranberry vodka was my favorite drink and the Holy Spirit whispered, "Why do you need it?" I had no answer. Alcohol does not make me a better person, does not help me get closer to Jesus, does not optimize my health.
* They both smiled and one of them said, "Well, I'm happy. I do not think it's good for you. I'm glad you're like Granny and dad now. I did not know my kids were paying me a lot of attention every night. Much of what we teach our children is captured rather than taught. I still do not think that alcohol consumption is "inseparable" at all levels. Nope. It's a profoundly personal choice. All sin is not clear it is often deeply related to our motives and our hidden choices.
* I was always stuck with alcohol, not on every day, but the weekends, Saturday and Sunday were devoted to overcoming my hangover, until I did not say a day, so at the same time I stopped drinking and smoking, and I felt like a tennis player without a racket. , some friends wrote the new me, we had nothing to say sober, the consequences of my decision took 6 months to calm down, but as you wrote I feel free to weight of alcohol.
* I believe that accepting the Lord has given me a legitimate reason not to do so. Now that drinking has become "acceptable" and "normal" in the church - which was certainly not the case 40 years ago - there are times when I feel not to get in or avoid some social problems. Events because I will be the strange man with a glass of water. My family has buried two young people over the last two years because of overdoses and another is undergoing detoxification now - and the three pathways of destruction these young people have started drinking.
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