“In Heaven they drink wine”- Reno Omokri says, As he claims Alcohol is not a Sin. (See Tweets)
By Kings7000 | self meida writer
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It's not a sin to use your tithe to buy alcohol–says Reno Omokri
Reno Omokri, the Nigerian writer and lawyer, wrote on twitter that those who drink alcohol don't sin against God.
The famous writer has also noted that buying alcohol with his / her tithe is scriptural to an individual. the writer maintained that even in heaven they drink wine, so preaching against alcohol is unscriptural to anyone.
However, The Bible does not ban consuming alcohol, but it warns of the risks of consuming too much, engaging in unethical conduct, and other substance addiction effects.
The Bible encourages drinking to be appropriate, even fun in certain instances–usually for celebration and well being. The Bible also provides passages about the effects of alcohol on both health and life.
Drinking alcohol is not a sin. Drunkenness is a sin. Any rhetoric against alcohol is unscriptural. Any rhetoric against alcohol is unscriptural. Paul encouraged the drinking of wine (I Tim 5:23). Scripture allows you to buy alcohol by using your tithe (Deu 14:26),' he wrote.
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