1 Bible Passage that Most People Are Misunderstanding

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There is a biblical passage that most people, even Christians, do not understand today. You will find that biblical path in the book of 1 Timothy chapter 5 verse 23. This bible book says; "Stop drinking water, but use less wine for your stomach, and for frequent ailments". Now, the misunderstanding of the truth about this channel is that some people think that this channel gives them free license to drink alcohol whenever and however they want. But this is not the cause. In fact, we were not allowed to drink alcohol.

 To correct this misconception. I will list a few things you know about this biblical path that you need to keep in mind. These facts can show you that this path is not understood by some people, and they will look at this path from a different angle. In the absence of further hearings, they are:

 1. This word was not spoken by God. Timothy says so. I have never seen anywhere in the bible where God says you should drink alcohol.

 2. The wine in question is not given any detail. The bible does not say it is alcohol, nor does it say no. However, we know that God never said we should drink alcohol, and likewise, Timothy was a servant of Almighty God. So, can’t we conclude that this wine is not an alcohol?

 3. Proverbs chapter 20 verse 1 says that; "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise". This means that people who are deceived into drinking alcohol are not wise. Timothy was a servant of God. We can think of him as wise because he has the Holy Spirit. So, can one wise man manage another man to take something that could be a fool? I guess not.

 4. Proverbs chapter 31 verse 4 says that; "It is not for kings, O Lamuel, it is not for kings to drink wine; neither for princes strong drink:". From this bible, we can see that we are told that strong drink, or if recognized alcohol is not for princes. If I ask, are we not co -heirs with Christ? (Romans chapter 8 verse 17). And if we are joint heirs, then are we not princes? And if we are princes, is not Timothy also a prince? And if Timothy was a prince, do you think alcohol was mentioned? And if it’s not alcohol, do you think we should drink? I think you need to answer these questions based on established facts.

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