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Can Christians Gamble in Good Conscience?
Obviously, addictive gambling is a major problem—and one not to be taken lightly. But what about the person who buys a lottery ticket now and then? Are they sinning?

http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2009/10/21/can-christians-gamble-in-good-conscience/

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Higher Stakes gamblling course at Setting Captives Free
Find complete and lasting freedom from gambling, betting and greed, and find the true joy and delight that comes from turning to Jesus Christ. Free Bible course.

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Freedom in Christ - Free Bible Courses at Setting Captives Free
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