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“And one more for the road!”

“And one more for the road!” If you know that saying you may be older than you care to admit. No I’m not writing about to drink or not to drink.

I’m writing because we Christians must always be ready to help those in need. A young lady recently ran down a police officer, causing his death because she had “too much” to drink.

Yet more and more commercials are showing up extolling the fun of drink. So what does our beloved Mayor say? “Let’s increase the penalty for driving drunk.” Meanwhile we just passed a law making pot smoking legal and I’ve seen folk smoking pot and driving in my neighborhood! (Catch me if you can!) I heard on the news this week that since the pandemic is winding down, we must go back to amplifying the opioid epidemic and that Long Island has had a 33% increase in one year.

As Christians our job is not condemnation, but restoration, and whether our society wants Him or not, they still need Jesus! So let’s do all that we can to help folk find our wonderful Savior, because He’s a Savior worth having! “And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit,” Ephesians 5:18.

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