No, you must not drink alcohol. If you are a Christian, you are a Christian if you take holy communion, believe in the Holy Spirit, obey all the commandments and do not drink alcohol (alcohol includes alcohol at very high concentrations that affect brain function).
If you have alcohol in your body, it is a medical condition that you must undergo treatment that is known as an alcoholic or drinking “diagnosis” and treatment. In other words, you must get treatment from licensed health care professionals and physicians. It is your responsibility, as a Christian, to get treatment and follow all the rules (rules written by Jesus Himself) before you drink.
What is holy communion?
Holy communion is the “bloody cup”, the “water of life”. Christ is the symbol of our communion with God (he drank the cup of water in the Gospel of John and the other sacred Scriptures). The symbolism of the holy communion is that the “sacred drink” is a “biblically consecrated” cup and that it is “biblically consecrated” (by “decorating”) by the blood of Jesus Christ. This is very important because people who take holy communion (a.k.a. Communion) are called to serve God and the people of God together. They are called to serve other people’s families, to be a good citizen, not to get drunk, to keep the commandments, to have a loving relationship with God and to avoid sin. It is clear in Scripture that this is why holy communion was made for men: to cleanse and sanctify us from our sins.
Why did Jesus die?
There are many reasons why Jesus Christ died. He died to cleanse us from our sins and to bring us into the Kingdom of God (he died on the cross to offer his body as an example to all men).
He died on the cross so that we would learn His death is true and that we would always have Him in our hearts. He died to make us clean, to keep us from committing sin, and give us the ultimate grace of forgiveness from God. He died to become our King and be with us to all eternity. He died so that we would not go to hell. He died to bring people into the Kingdom of God for eternal marriage with Christ. He died for us so that we could become “holy” (holy means pure and holy-pure, perfect and holy-like).
He died to become
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