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The passage asks questions, calls for observations & gives answers. It gives a description of the attractions as well as the effects of wine. Drinking is suppose to be characterized by happiness & merriment, but it is overshadowed by woes or problems. Th
Series: Proverbs
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 2/4/2013
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This is number six in a series of sermons on the John Brown Church Covenant of 1858 which with some variation is the covenant that our church uses. this message deals with alcohol, drugs, and sexual immorality.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/21/2008
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Hebrew/Greek Word Study lays foundation for powerfully moving message you can’t argue with in good conscience! Link included to Formatted Text and Powerpoint Presentation.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 5/18/2004
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A commercial we watched for Prada didn’t try to sell clothes or accessories. It’s intent was to sell an "image". Satan’s the same - his goal is to sell us an "image". But what does he try to sell us on, and how can we avoid being snared by his sales pitch
Shared: 5/6/2012
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An article from James & Dave’s Bible Page: What does the Bible REALLY teach about drinking alcohol?
Denomination: Charismatic
Tags: Addiction
Shared: 2/10/2003
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Three actions to take in order to wise up about alcohol and other kinds of drugs.
Tags: Addiction
Shared: 6/18/2002
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Sermon on what the Bible says about alcohol and whether a Christian should drink
Scripture: John 2:9-2:11
Shared: 5/13/2008
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America’s #1 Drug & #1 Killer. A Biblical look at God’s mind on alcohol, inc. Heb./Greek study. You can vote against the sermon, but you can’t argue with God! DESCRIPTION of Alcohol, DESTRUCTION, DECEPTION...and DELIVERANCE! PowerPoint at website.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 2/3/2005
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God’s plan for our lives commands sexual relations be enjoyed in the context of marriage only. This plan is for our best. This plan is difficult, but possible.
Shared: 2/11/2004
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Psalm 118 is a powerful song of Praise. But behind this psalm of praise is a great deal of pain. What was the pain that led David to write this hymn to God, and what can we learn from David’s pain that make our song as powerful as his?
Shared: 11/18/2012
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