Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Booze, Gambling, Prostitution and Drugs -- We're Still Buying

It is interesting that a headline article in the Seattle Times of January 2, 2009, was titled “Name Your Pleasure: It’s Probably Recession-Resistant.” The article stated that even in these tough economical times, people are still spending big bucks on liquor, gambling, smoking, prostitution and drugs.

My wife and I laughed at the fact that wine is taxed heavily, and the tax is referred to as “sin tax.”

It is too bad that many Christians come so close to the world and justify drinking alcohol, and those who do not know Christ, the world, refer to alcohol as sin and Christians refer to it as “freedom.”

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