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Drunkenness and Debauchery The second installment in a series on Ephesians 5:18 and drunkenness, this article by Mark Roberts points out that drunkenness leads to situations where real harm is done to others—something Christians should avoid at all costs. Resource type: Article | Source: The High Calling | Author: Mark Roberts Noah's Drunkenness This sixteenth century image depicts Genesis 9, where Shem and Japheth cover their father Noah as he lies drunk and naked, while Ham mocks his father's nakedness. Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Joachim Camerarius Noah’s Drunkenness Ham dishonors Noah by pointing out his nakedness, but Shem and Japheth cover their father with a sheet. The initials of the artist or engraver (LG) have been placed at the bottom Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Noah's Drunkenness Upon finding their father Noah naked, Ham laughs but Shem and Japheth avert their eyes and cover their father Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Living the Gospel in an Alcohol-Soaked World A devotional reflection by Mark D. Roberts on Ephesians 5:18. Roberts addresses Paul's command to avoid drunkenness, which calls Christians not only to avoid excessive drinking, but to provide joyful and healing alternatives in our communities. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling | Author: Mark D. Roberts Noah’s Drunkenness Noah becomes drunk off wine, and Ham dishonors Noah by pointing out his nakedness. In response, Shem and Japheth cover their father with a sheet Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Jean Leclerc Noah's Drunkenness Shem and Japheth cover their father's nakedness but Ham points it out Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Why Bring Up Being Filled With the Spirit? Noting how ancient peoples "associated divine inspiration with drunkenness," this devotional on Ephesians 5:18 discusses mystical experiences in worship, Pentecost, and the spiritual ecstasy associated with encountering the Holy Spirit. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling Knowing When Enough Is Enough A devotional reflection on Ephesians 5:18 by Mark D. Roberts. Roberts explores Paul's command to avoid drunkenness, focusing on his warning that it leads to "debauchery," which Roberts describes as "vicious indulgence in sensual pleasures." Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling | Author: Mark D. Roberts Full Text Hymns on Drunkenness Home, home, sweet, sweet homePD
Helped by a kind handPD
Help us to feel for drunken manPD
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Students Blame Sexual Immorality on Drunkenness This sermon illustration is about a researcher looking into college students blaming sexual immorality on drunkenness because it gives the students an excuse for their behavior so they don't feel shame. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Sharon Jayson All Kinds of Drunkenness An illustration by Francois Fenelon, published by Christianity Today, appropriate for 1 Corinthians 9:22, 2 Timothy 1:6, and Acts 2:1-4. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Francois Fenelon Noah’s Drunkenness Noah sits drunken and nude where his sons find him. Ham laughs at his father, but the other two brothers, Shem and Japeth, cover their father in a sheet to hide him Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Nicolas Fontaine Noah’s Drunkenness Ham dishonors Noah by pointing out his nakedness, but Shem and Japheth cover their father with a sheet. Engraving by Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) after the design of Samuel Bottschild (1641-1707) Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Noah’s Drunkenness Ham dishonors Noah by pointing out his nakedness, but Shem and Japheth cover their father with a sheet. Engraved by Matthaeus Merian (1593-1650) Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Noah's Drunkenness Ham dishonors Noah by pointing out his nakedness, but Shem and Japheth cover their father with a sheet. Illustration by Pierre Eskrich (ca. 1550-ca. 1590) Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Saint Jerome
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