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Courtesy photoDr. Jeff LaBorg offers a message from Leviticus 10:9 to a crowd of over 100 Sampson residents during the For God, Country and Couty rally at Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church Thursday night, calling for a vote against the May 6 referendum calling for county-wide alcohol sales. LaBorg told the group that the old argument most proponents use, noting that Jesus served wine at the wedding didn't hold up, and he used a scripture from Habbakkuk 2:15 ,which says 'Woe to him who gives drink to his neighbor,' to debunk the statement. He stated that as the perfect Son of God, Jesus would not have done anything that was against the Word of God. He also cited historical evidence that proved that the alcohol of Bible times is not the same as the alcohol of today.
Courtesy photoDr. Jeff LaBorg offers a message from Leviticus 10:9 to a crowd of over 100 Sampson residents during the For God, Country and Couty rally at Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church Thursday night, calling for a vote against the May 6 referendum calling for county-wide alcohol sales. LaBorg told the group that the old argument most proponents use, noting that Jesus served wine at the wedding didn't hold up, and he used a scripture from Habbakkuk 2:15 ,which says 'Woe to him who gives drink to his neighbor,' to debunk the statement. He stated that as the perfect Son of God, Jesus would not have done anything that was against the Word of God. He also cited historical evidence that proved that the alcohol of Bible times is not the same as the alcohol of today.
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Dr. Jeff LaBorg offers a message from Leviticus 10:9 to a crowd of over 100 Sampson residents during the For God, Country and Couty rally at Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church Thursday night, calling for a vote against the May 6 referendum calling for county-wide alcohol sales. LaBorg told the group that the old argument most proponents use, noting that Jesus served wine at the wedding didn’t hold up, and he used a scripture from Habbakkuk 2:15 ,which says ‘Woe to him who gives drink to his neighbor,’ to debunk the statement. He stated that as the perfect Son of God, Jesus would not have done anything that was against the Word of God. He also cited historical evidence that proved that the alcohol of Bible times is not the same as the alcohol of today.


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