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The best cure for hangover

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Dale-c, Jan 1, 2008.

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  1. Dale-c

    Dale-c Active Member

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    I was watching the news this morning and they were talking about the best cures for hangovers.
    It was pathetic to watch.

    I think we find the best cure in the bible:
    It is called MODERATION! :)
     
  2. Joe

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    It's called abstinance!!!!!!!!!!!!

    There is no other full proof way to prevent a hangover!!!!!!!!!


    :cool:
     
  3. standingfirminChrist

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    It's called OBEDIENCE.

    Proverbs 23:31 Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his colour in the cup, when it moveth itself aright.

    Have no experience with, don't even consider, don't approve of,
     
  4. Dale-c

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    Do you know from experience? I have never even come close to getting a hangover.
    Not even close.
    Have a I ever had wine or other drinks in moderation? Yes. Quite a few times.
     
  5. standingfirminChrist

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    The hangover yet to come one will never get over.
     
  6. Dale-c

    Dale-c Active Member

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    What is that supposed to mean?
     
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    It's obvious, he is saying you are hell bound because you partake. SFIC is one that gets away with questioning ones salvation on this board. I've saw it before, with me.
     
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    The best way to cure a hangover, is to not get drunk.
     
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    I mentioned no names in my statement. I only said that there is a hangover ahead that none who get it will ever escape.


    Take it as you will.
     
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    I do think it will be bit more than a hangover.
     
  11. Joe

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    Duh, obviously the full proof way to prevent a hangover is not to drink Dale

    You remind me of my alcoholic friend. He comes up with those kind of excuses.

    Yes, I get a hangover or headache (hangover) from just a half a glass of alcohol, any type of alcohol. The stuff smells and tastes nasty, no wonder.

    I've never been drunk in my life.

    Maybe I am allergic
     
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    Exactly. Of course if you never drink at all you won't get drunk but if you never eat then you will never get fat either.
     
  13. Joe

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    Um, we must eat to stay alive :rolleyes:

    Suicide is sin
     
  14. JerryL

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    There is no other way to take it. You get a hangover from drinking. Hangover is insinuating drinking. The hangover you are talking about is hell, from drinking. Be a man, stand by your convictions. Don't hide behind the "take it as you will" words. Be a man, I notice before you hiding behind words. You will get no respect hiding.
     
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    who's hiding?

    I have stated what the Word of God says and I have stated my stance on it.

    Scripture, as Joe pointed out, demands abstinence.

    God, as I pointed out, demands obedience.
     
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    And by your words you are saying that the other side is hell bound. Your OPINION says it demands abstinence, others opinions of reading God's word also, thinks it states different than you. In spite of those differences in opinion, you are stating that the moderation side are hell bound. That is questioning salvation.
    The people that run the board must hold the same view as you or you would be banned per their own rules on questioning salvation.
     
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    The Word of God stands true. It demands abstinence.

    Your argument is not with me. It is with God's Word.
     
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    It always comes to this. Because I state what the Word of God says, people get offended and demand I be banned from the board.
     
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    If God's Word demands abstinence why then did Jesus turn water into wine?
     
  20. standingfirminChrist

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    Read John 2 in context, Chad. The wine there was not alcoholic in content. It could not have been alcoholic.
     
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