The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 5. Temperance

The enormous evils of drunkenness demand a sharp and stringent remedy; to save the drunkard it is indispensable that he should be prevailed upon never to touch the drink which has cursed him. It is an honourable thing for those who themselves could drink in moderation, to abstain in order to give moral support to those who cannot; and further, this abstinence is for most men, in all probability, physically safe, and for many men physically advantageous.

By Robert William Dale

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