Sunday, 10 March 2013

RCCG Open Heavens Devotional Sunday 10 March 2013 ALCOHOL AND IMMORALITY By Pastor E. A. Adeboye


RCCG Open Heavens Devotional Sunday 10 March 2013 
ALCOHOL AND IMMORALITY 
By Pastor E. A. Adeboye

Memorise: “Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter perverse things” Proverbs 22: 33
Read: Proverbs 22:29-33
Bible in one year:  Amos 7-12, Obadiah
Key point: If you truly want Jesus living in your home, remove all thrones you have created for the devil
 
Ephesians 5:1 8 says you should be filled with the Holy Spirit and not with wine. That means, you should be so full of the Spirit that there will be no room for any spirit of liquor to occupy. If you are not full of the Holy Spirit and you drink beer or alcohol, you cannot avoid confusion. Those who take alcohol will most likely find sexual sins attractive. Some of them have as a result gone into incestuous intercourse with their daughters or relatives or even rape. Alcohol makes done more vulnerable to sexual sins. If you were struggling with your flesh and you start taking alcohol, you will descend into a deeper level of bondage. Verse 33 of today’s reading says,
“Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter perverse things”
Some Christians will build their personal houses and instead of creating a prayer room there, they will have a bar where they will stock different kinds of wines. When you try to dissuade them, even their wives will rise up In their defence. Don’t be surprised to find that they are already having mistresses outside, and if care is not taken, the strange women that are now more appealing to them may drive away their legitimate wife and take over. That shall not be your portion!
The truth is, any Christian sister who allows her husband to drink alcohol is simply setting the stage for strange things in her home. Is your husband saying, ‘It is just a little harmless sip once in a long while’, remember a little sip today will become an uncontrollable gush tomorrow. Be warned! In addition, having a bar in a Christian home completely negates the ethics of godliness. It is an invitation to the spirit of liquor to have its permanent abode in that house. That house will no longer have peace. have peace! Having a bar in your home is having an altar for Satan in that home. You can be sure that the Holy Spirit will simply step aside. Believers’ homes should be identified by the serenity of the place and by the provision of a prayer room for God. You should have an alter where God will meet with you daily. If you don’t, convert your bar or one of your rooms into such an altar for the King of kings today!