Yes, it is very important for Christian churches in California to be transformative and lead as moral beacon in California.
It is important for Christian pastors to preach in support of iillegalization of marijuana in California because marijuana is harmful to the body, causes higher crime rates, and leads Californians down the road of destruction and death by drug overdose.
It is important for Christian churches in California to wake up and take their responsibility as a moral voice of California more seriously!
Marijuana is destructive to individuals, families, and to communities.
Christian churches must preach against the destructive nature of marijuana.
There should be many Christian pastors on TV and in society who are respected for preaching against marijuana and other illegal drugs.
The fact that California does not have visible pastors aggressively and publicly preaching against marijuana shows that California’s Christian churches are dying and are not faithful servants of Christian morality.
Christian churches must actively and explicitly preach against marijuana usage.
Churches must participate in political and legal movements to illegalize marijuana in California!
Because churches of Jesus Christ are not doing their job for Christ, the American society is becoming more and more immoral.
Churches in California are responsible for drug proliferation in California!
Christian churches in California should preach from the Sunday pulpit against voting Democrat in the 2018 election in California, because voting for Democrat politicians is voting for marijuana and homosexuality.
Yes, every state should pass a law prohibiting anyone who is not a First Responder or a medical professional from using Narcan.
Those who use Narcan on another person without a license (healthcare, First Responder) should be arrested and charged with a felony in order to discourage Heroine growth in towns, cities, and suburbs.
Even people who use CPR can be sued for using CPR, if they are not licensed health professional or a First Responder.
People who want to sue those who use medical treatments when they are not licensed to do so makes sense. You wouldn’t want a non-licensed doctor to operate on you, do you?
In the same way, it if fair and just that a drug addict or his family can sue a non-licensed (healthcare) person for administering Narcan (whether the “patient” lives or dies). Healthcare must be regulated because it involves life and death.
It is good to prohibit Narcan use, because proliferation of Narcan in any town or city will necessarily increase exponentially those who use Heroine in that community.
Heroine users will mistakenly think that it is “okay” to use Heroine, because there is a safety net. In other words, Narcan has become an excuse for using Heroine among many teens.
It is better to illegalize Narcan use by non-healthcare professionals or non-First Responders, in order to stop the growth of Heroine use in the community. Do you want your child to be tempted to use Heroine, because there is a “safety net” Narcan? Illegalizing Narcan may save your child’s life in the future!
As people think that they will be “saved” by Narcan, easily, more and more people (including middle school and high school kids) will use Heroine, and the Heroine epidemic will grow, more and more!
Because Ohio laws are “soft” on drug use and drug enforcement, Heroine and other drug problems are proliferating in Ohio.
Ohio’s governor and state government are responsible for the drug problem in Ohio. Ohio’s state government is too “soft” on drugs and other narcotics. Narcotics problem is related to “soft” laws and law enforcement on drugs, like Marijuana and Heroine usage in any context!
Governor John Kasich must start declaring war on Heroine in Ohio and start arresting and prosecuting drug users (Heroine, Marijuana, Meth, etc.). God may send drug users who do not repent to Hell, to be tortured forever in the eternal Hell fire, but it is Governor John Kasich’s role to arrest and prosecute drug users and drug suppliers in the state of Ohio. If Governor Kasich does not aggressively apply law enforcement on drug usage, then he is directly responsible for the growth of drug addicts in his state. This is true for all governors in all 50 states in the United States of America.
Unless states pass mandatory Death Penalty (Capital Punishment) laws against repeat drug users and drug traffickers, the Heroine problem will only continue to grow. Arrest without punishment does nothing. Repeat drug users and drug traffickers must face justice by Death Penalty, if anti-drug laws will have any deterrence effect in communities. Narcan helps the exponential growth of Heroine users in towns, cities, and suburbs.
Yes, heroine kills, and drug dealers are responsible.
Because the United States Congress is not doing their job, Americans are dying from drug addiction. It is important to take drug dealers off the streets, and this requires much tougher sentences on drug dealers.
The United States Congress must be serious about making laws that help and protect United States citizens. This is the responsibility of the law makers in Washington, DC.
Because US Congress is not making tougher laws on drugs, American citizens are dying from drug use and drug overdose.
By requiring mandatory death sentences for recurrent drug dealers, the US Congress and the court system can protect Americans and save US citizen lives.
US Justice Department must be much more aggressive about arresting drug dealers and drug users, so that both supply and demand will be cut off.
It is the moral obligation of the US Justice Department to enforce anti-drug laws in order to protect the lives of US citizens and America’s children from future drug addiction and death.
US Department of Education must be much more aggressive about getting drugs out of middle schools and high schools in all 50 states.
Drug use and proliferation can destroy America’s infrastructures and citizens.
Drugs are more dangerous for America’s children than Taliban and ISIS combined, because drugs will destroy their future and can take away their lives.
Mandatory death penalty for recurrent drug users will save millions of American lives.
It seems like more and more high school athletes are dying.
As you know, the Bible teaches that the wages of sin is death.
God is in control and every day cannot occur without God’s permission. God is absolutely sovereign over His creation. In this regard, every death is meaningful in some way. It shows something.
There is a serious problem with drugs among the teens in the United States, and this drug problem is growing. There is also alcohol abuse problem among teens.
If a teen is using drugs or alcohol, then it is possible to see that his or her body is not functioning at its maximum, so that a injury could result in death (whereas it might not have if there were not drug use or alcohol use). Drug use and alcohol abuse can destroy the strength of the body.
There is a reason why companies conduct drug tests. A person using drugs cannot perform work at the optimal level.
In the same way, a high school athlete using drugs is susceptible. This can explain why more and more high school athletes are dying. Drugs are not cool. Drugs can and do kill!
It is important to illegalize drugs. Drugs destroy the health of the body. Drugs can cause disability and brain damage on babies (when moms or dads use them). Drugs often cause people to commit crimes, because they are not thinking straight, when they are using drugs.
Drugs must be illegalized. And Christians and Christian churches must fight to illegalize drugs by American federal and state law.
Drug suppliers must be given the death penalty. Drug use must be stamped out of American society, including from social settings of teen athletes.