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  • I am of the Protestant faith and am very confused about the consumption of wine, say a glass with dinner not drunkenness? I have put this to God and asked for an answer and I always come to the same conclusion that it is not a sin, I feel no guilt at consuming a glass of celebratory wine or with dinner. Please give me your opinion.
    Thank you,
    Sandra
  • Ramesis2 - in Reply on Song of Solomon 1:5
    do a bible study on fementation, or rotting,, it resembles sin, anything fremented or rottem jesus would not take part in because not only he wrote the bible but he is a nazarite.. he is our example
  • Adam - in Reply on Song of Solomon 1:1
    Hi Sandra, that's a good question. It's my opinion that since Jesus' first miracle was turning water to alcoholic wine then it must not be a sin in itself. What is says is a sin is drunkenness and giving into the many temptations that alcohol will enable through inhibiting our judgment, conscience, and holy spirit. Link and Link
  • Rowland Tedder - in Reply on Song of Solomon 1:1
    The Bible tells us in Proverbs 20:1 - Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.

    No where in the Bible state Jesus turned water into an alcoholic drink and the grapes were fermented. He simple stated he turned water into wine. His word, the Bible, talks against alcohol in several places when you read it in its entirety. He will not contradict himself. Jesus is the word (John 1:1). Galatians chapter 5 also explains to us what is sin. Ask yourself, how would it effect your witness to the world. Would they take you serious seeing you drinking alcohol and trying to lead them to Jesus Praying earnestly and not self willed, God will reveal thetruth
  • Gods child - in Reply on Song of Solomon 1:1
    getting drunk is the Sin


 


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