“Against Universalism” Note by me.

“Against Universalism” Note by me.
Universalism contradicts, twists, distorts, misinterprets, misrepresents, and redefines what the Bible teaches.
It teaches lies about the fate of all people, destiny, life after death, contradicting the Word of God and logic.
Universalism is a lie, a heresy, error, false, something that only harms those who believe it’s true.
People who believe it may have good intentions for telling others about it but you know what they say: the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Universalism is just another wide gate, another broad way that leads to destruction, a saccharine substitute for truth, poison disguised as sweet-tasting nectar.
It may be a popular thing to believe, according to some; it may seem like it’s good to believe it over what the Bible clearly says; it may have a nice ring to it; it may be
an appealing notion, a nice sentiment, but that’s all it can be; it’s not the truth and it’s not what people need.
Don’t fall for the subtle lies; don’t mess with this poison; don’t try to taste it hoping it won’t harm you because it will.
Oppose universalism; fight against it; tolerating it is a waste of time and does no one good, it only allows the lies to spread and grow like a weed, like cancer.
If we don’t reject universalism, then do we really believe or care about what God’s Word actually says?
The time for silence is long over; if we are not against universalism, then we’re for it; there’s no neutrality on this matter, no fence to sit on, no opting out of having an opinion or stand on the matter.
It’s a simple matter of choosing the truth or the lie; the truth of God or the lie of Satan; so, decide and live according to what you’ve decided to believe.
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Glory to God Alone.

“Against Drinking Alcohol” by me.

“Against Drinking Alcohol” by me.

–Note: Originally posted as a long comment reply to someone–

One thing you should do right away is stop drinking any alcohol at all. It’s not going to help you with anything; it won’t help you get through anything; it’s only
going to add to the problems you have.
Alcohol is not an answer to anything; it’s just another problem people add to their list of problems; the consequences can’t be avoided and you can’t plead ignorance
later if tragedy is a result from your use of it. If you willingly and deliberately drink alcohol, you can’t blame anyone else for anything negative that happens to as a result, maybe not today or tomorrow but eventually.
The best approach to take with alcohol is to avoid it, don’t drink it, don’t let it into your life, it’s a problem, a snare, a drug, a gate to addiction. You’ll always be
better off without it.
You can make all the excuses and justifications you want but it won’t change facts about alcohol or the reality. You can pretend it’s not a problem, not a big deal,
that you can handle it, that others are doing it so it’s ok, but that’s pride and deception talking, not the Holy Spirit or even common sense.
What harms our bodies and minds is something to avoid and fight, not something to swim in, drown in, wallow in.
Our bodies are to be the temple of the Holy Spirit, not garbage receptacles or tools we use for getting our own pleasures, feeding our desires of a moment. Alcohol,
tobacco, drugs, are things Christians must fight and avoid, and using grace as license or excuse to do what you want isn’t ok for anyone, it’s wrong and shouldn’t be done.
Alcohol use has destroyed too many lives already; don’t let yourself be added to the list of those who have fallen into its trap. It’s just another tool the Devil uses to
bring people into dependence, addiction, it’s another way he tries to destroy people.
You can read this and ignore it, pretend you never read it and go on doing what you’ve been doing, drinking or something worse, but God wants what’s best for you, and alcohol is not part of that, I guarantee you.
You can think about what I’ve written and maybe you’ll ponder it for a minute or so and then soon enough forget it and resume your actions of the day. That won’t
help you.
I won’t condone your choice to drink alcohol, and I’ll just say that if you struggle with depression or other problems, the last thing you should be doing is drinking
alcohol, it shouldn’t even be on your list of things to do.
You should, as we all should, examine your actions, see what shouldn’t be, what you shouldn’t be doing, what you shouldn’t be saying, and then do something about it, don’t just stop at finding what needs to change, take the steps to bring the change that needs to come, do what must be done. Remove from your life the things that pollute your body and mind, and right action by action will bring positive results that you need and surely desire.
All things must be done with repentance, prayer, and faith, all done and exercised, in sincerity, coming to God for help, strength, for joy, for the will to will and the will to do. You will receive from the heavenly Father what is necessary and good in His time. He will do what it right and will change your life for the better, even if things don’t become easier and even if difficulties don’t decrease, God will be with you and He won’t leave you to fight the battles alone, He’ll fight them for you, He’ll be your hope and strength. Hope and trust in Him, He will bring about the good in your life He wills and desires you to have.