The Evils Of Booze — Liquid Devil!
You can't take two drinks of beer if you don't take the first!

Proverbs 20:1, “Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging...”

When It's Too Late!

The Deadly Deception Of Designated Drivers!
(intoxicated passengers can be just as dangerous as drunk drivers)

Don't Ever Drink Beer Young People—Not One Drop—Unless You Want Tragedy In Your Life!

Doors To Satan

A Few Drinks

Alcohol: Public Enemy Number One! (video)

Love yourself, don't drink booze!

A Friend Closer Than A Brother
(MP3 sermon by Pastor Castle; Jesus is a friend that loveth at all times!)

Christ Paid Our Debt Of Sin

Sodom Would Have Repented...

BUT NOT AMERICA!

God Hates Beer, Wine, Booze And Liquor: Alcohol Is The Most Evil Thing Ever Made By Man!
(You can't take two drinks of beer if you don't take the first! Amen!)

Jeremiah 6:16, “Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein.”

Proverb 20:1, “Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.”

Americans drink beer as a recreational activity, which is no different than abusing prescription drugs. The people who laugh and scoff at my preaching against beer have never stood over the graves of a mother and child killed by a drunk-driver. I have! I'll never forget that little casket being lowered alongside the mother's casket, because some drunk driver killed them. The drunk driver lived. We live in a morally toxic society in America.

Young girls today, they want to have fun. Young girls today just wanna party. Today young girls wanna go to a nightclub and have open sex on the floor of the nightclub, and then put it on YouTube, and if they should get pregnant they want to throw the baby into a dumpster. That's the new America! No morals. No self-respect. No nation. No borders. No language. No culture. No responsibility. Now that's America today!

Mothers in Denial Need to Fight Against Booze!

In Denial About Booze

DYING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
(a 12 part video series exposing the evils of alcohol)

The following information is quoted from pages 61-62 of the excellent work by Dr. M.R. DeHann (1891-1965), titled 508 ANSWERS TO BIBLE QUESTIONS (copyright 1952)...

“Are Christians Permitted to Use Strong Drink?

Personally, I believe that because of the evil effects of drink, and the definite warnings in the Bible against strong drink, a Christian should refrain from using it, even though he may be able to use it moderately. The path of safety always lies on the conservative side.”

The mighty preacher and man of God, Harold Sightler, lost his 9-year-old little girl when a drunk driver in Greensboro, NC drove off the road and ran over his daughter, killing her. The booze industry tycoons don't pay the price, innocent people do. God will hold evildoers accountable on judgment day for making and selling booze!

The only 12 Step Program that we all need my friend are 12 steps to the alter!

“You can't buy mental health, it's the gift of God.”
Brother Lester Roloff (1914-1982)

Isaiah 24:9, “They shall not drink wine with a song; strong drink shall be bitter to them that drink it.”


The Incredible Power Of The Human Mind

Few people realize just how susceptible the human mind really is. If you fall asleep during a movie with scary music, you'll have nightmares. If you listen to soft, beautiful music, you'll have peaceful rest. If you listen to lots of Scripture reading, watch Christian films and hear Christian music, your brain will process those thoughts in the days and weeks to follow. Literally, our human brains are SPONGES for everything that we perceive through the five natural senses. If you understand this characteristic of the human mind, then you'll grasp the power of suggestion. But don't take my word for it. In the following eye-opening quote from a highly informative and excellent article by the Association For Psychological Science (APS), Dr. Maryanne Garry explains the incredible power of suggestion upon the human mind...

The Power of Suggestion: What We Expect Influences Our Behavior, for Better or Worse

Research Study by Maryanne Garry
June 6, 2012


...In a new article, psychological scientists Maryanne Garry and Robert Michael of Victoria University of Wellington, along with Irving Kirsch of Harvard Medical School and Plymouth University, delve into the phenomenon of suggestion, exploring the intriguing relationship between suggestion, cognition, and behavior. The article is published in the June issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.

Over their research careers, Garry and Kirsch have both studied the effects of suggestion on cognition and behavior. Kirsch focused mostly on suggestion in clinical psychology, while Garry, whose work is supported by the Marsden Fund of New Zealand, was interested in the effects of suggestion on human memory. When the two got to talking, “we realized that the effects of suggestion are wider and often more surprising than many people might otherwise think,” says Garry.

Across many studies, research has shown that deliberate suggestion can influence how people perform on learning and memory tasks, which products they prefer, and how they respond to supplements and medicines, which accounts for the well-known placebo effect.

But what can explain the powerful and pervasive effect that suggestion has in our lives? The answer lies in our ‘response expectancies,’ or the ways in which we anticipate our responses in various situations. These expectancies set us up for automatic responses that actively influence how we get to the outcome we expect. Once we anticipate a specific outcome will occur, our subsequent thoughts and behaviors will actually help to bring that outcome to fruition.

So, if a normally shy person expects that a glass of wine or two will help him loosen up at a cocktail party, he will probably feel less inhibited, approach more people, and get involved in more conversations over the course of the party. Even though he may give credit to the wine, it is clear that his expectations of how the wine would make him feel played a major role.

But it’s not just deliberate suggestion that influences our thoughts and behaviors – suggestions that are not deliberate can have the very same effects.

SOURCE: The Power of Suggestion: What We Expect Influences Our Behavior, for Better or Worse - Association for Psychological Science

According to the truthful research you've just read, if our youth expect to be encouraged by a song to drink alcoholic beverages and abuse it by binge drinking and getting drunk, then they are FAR MORE LIKELY TO DO IT!!! This is true of committing sexual immorality as well. In fact, it is true of anything that the producer of the original content wants to put into your mind. This information was not obtained from an obscure blog in cyberspace, but from a highly credibly scientific research institution. There are hundreds of legitimate institutions and psychology websites which will support this research concerning the incredible power of suggestion on the human mind. Our youth are under satanic attack! ...

 

Crystal Meth Candy Used to Promote 'Breaking Bad', the Big Winner at the Emmy's (58 Emmy's).
No wonder many Arab nations call the United States... “THE GREAT SATAN!”

Also, notice at the end of the preceding information on the power of suggestion by Dr. Garry, that it's not only deliberate suggestion that influences people's behavior, but also suggestions that are not deliberate. The human mind is amazingly powerful and scientists are still attempting to discover its brilliance capabilities and functions. God's greatness is truly unsearchable, beyond human comprehension. Psalms 145:3, “Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised; and his greatness is unsearchable.”

I recently ate at a Chili's restaurant (gotta love those sizzling beef fajitas). As I sat waiting for my food, I paid attention to the music that they were playing for the customers. I noticed that it was uplifting music intended to make patrons feel good. The lyrics were saying things like, “I'm feeling good today” and “Life is good!” It's not a coincidence that restaurants, retailers and supermarkets play the music that they do. Happy people spend more more. ...

11 Psychological Tricks Restaurants Use To Make You Spend More Money

Beware of the manipulative advertisements from the booze cartel trying to turn your family into alcoholics!!!

“Ye that love the LORD, hate evil...” —Psalm 97:10