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  1. David Esau
    November 29, 2018 @ 1:38 pm

    I just wanted to send you a quick note of “Thanks” for this video. I had someone in my office just this week who had set up an appointment to meet with me to talk about this issue. Watching this video was a helpful preparation for the conversation that followed later that day.
    So “Thank You” for taking the time to put together such a timely and helpful resources!
    Dave Esau

    • Warren Jones
      November 29, 2018 @ 2:42 pm

      I found this discussion interesting.

      Although, it does not sound as convincing as it could be. However, I do like the question about; “Why should a Christian need to be high or escape psychological pain with any substance?” I believe physical pain relief might be a different argument if the user is honest with themselves and a medicinal substitute is provided. In my years of counselling users, often times the user will cite pain relief as the reason for cannabis consumption if cultural pleasure is deemed inappropriate from a biblical point of view. Addiction will always default to denial.

      A pastor needs top be strong and decisive in their approach without wanting to be liked.

      Warren Jones

  2. Rudy Hiebert
    December 4, 2018 @ 10:26 am

    My mother-in-law had to be assured that her use of Tylenol was not contrary to her values related to be addicted to this medication. The thought that it would be quite Ok for her to use such medication as long as it enhanced her living experiences and well being. Since nicotine is not part of our lifestyle, my opinion about the use of Cannabis in the ways discussed leans to resist the temptation.

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