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* I do not really feel comfortable going alone to places where there is a lot of alcohol, so I do not feel like it yet, but I still wonder if they have a point and I would have more friends if I drank more. / What a beautiful and sweet reminder that all is in the pursuit of holiness. I agree that an over-correction of the law is under way and I really admire the way in which you show with love that God cares about our actions - because he wants us to be free.
* Time flew and he felt surprisingly easy. Alcohol, although it is pleasant on occasion, and not necessarily a bad thing, is essentially a toxin that invades the bloodstream that the kidneys and liver need to filter. The fact that it must be filtered, is somewhat obvious that it is not really beneficial for the body. In this sense, I agree that it is a kind of weight that drains the body of health and energy.
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* My holiness journey is to learn the same lessons over and over again and God is so patient with me. It is by far one of the best and most beautifully worded messages about the prompting of the Holy Spirit to let go of alcohol and to experience the freedom to be all that God really has. 'intention! I told so much about what you said and that you were released from alcohol dependence 8 years ago!
* I stopped drinking years ago because I grew up in a house where drinking was the rule, not the exception. Alcohol was a fixture in my dark days, before I really saw the light. And like your parents, I decided to turn my back on this old "friend" and raise my children in a house without alcohol. Never miss that! I never want to be a stumbling block for anyone. And nowadays, many people have problems with alcohol and drug use.
* It is never a matter of deprivation, it is becoming who we are supposed to be. In the past, they called it "sanctity" or "sanctification" - the two words we do not hear very much because they have lost some meaning through their misuse perhaps. I know that this kind of transformation, no matter what we want to call it, almost never happens at the same time, it's a slow burn that refines, clarifies and distills.
* I started reading memoirs, stories, and articles from women who were over-drinking and who felt depressed, dependent, and stuck almost before they knew it. I also began to notice how the church had begun to embrace as well. Others of my generation, who had also grown up in lemma or alcohol abstinence, explored their emancipation with micro-beers and home-made wine on books of theology and Bible studies and hymn songs.
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