« Last post by PG on Today at 01:04:18 AM »
But it is all alcohol, does it matter the source? A person can get just as drunk on wine as a martini or beer. I'm sorry I just don't see a distinction.There is a distinction in sources. But, the distinction you must know is in their ends. Distilled alcohol has a 20% minimum alcohol per volume with the norm being much higher. Whereas beer and wine have a maximum of 20% alcohol per volume, with the norm often being much less. they simply cannot ferment to a higher alcohol content. In sum, distilled alcohol is a much more potent liquid. It can be so potent that it is called firewater, because literally it can be set on fire. Some even attempt to drink it while on fire.
I don't know if you remember +Williamson talking about a top banker recently who left the industry and reveals all the behaviors of top bankers. He talked about this banker knew they were all satanists, but didn't participate in their satanic gatherings where they worshiped satan through hard alcohol consumption and sex with prostitutes. This banker just laughed about it. Distilled alcohol and intoxication go hand in hand. Whereas one can get their fill of wine and not end up belligerently intoxicated.
As illustrated by lent, where we eat smaller portions as a penance. Humans by their nature tend to enjoy filling themselves with food and drink. We who hunger and thirst for righteousness shall have our fill. When you try to have your fill with distill alcohol, you will find yourself terribly intoxicated.