The question often comes up: Is gambling a sin in the Bible? Well, this is the reason that casinos are so popular. Sin is involved in every gambling activity. And yes, it is definitely wrong in a number of ways.
There are many gambling activities in the Bible. It seems like they may not be as bad as what we are doing now. But, that is not the case. Of course there are things to love and have fun in the Bible but still gambling is wrong.
Going to the casino is definitely gambling. Using a mobile casino with Interac is a bit different and a lot less sinful than the traditional casinos in Canada. You don’t have to leave your house to gamble.
Going to a casino with an ATM is gambling. Going to a casino without one is gambling. The Bible talks about eating or drinking anything on an open source. This includes going to a casino without an ATM.
The casinos are not like home. They require money to even go into the casino. That means that you can spend a lot of money in a short period of time if you have to. This can lead to gambling addiction.
The casinos are full of sin. If you are going to the casino with your wife, it is wrong. If you are going to the casino with another person, it is wrong. So, if you are with a woman or someone who is not your wife, this is going to be a big deal.
Going to a casino without an ATM (with Interac payment system as example) is going to be a big deal as well. If you are going to a casino without an ATM, it may involve some gambling, but it is not always going to be real gambling. With these two things in mind, it is a decision you need to make and you will need to decide for yourself.
Casinos are not a place where you should feel comfortable because of the dangers involved. If you choose to go to a casino with an ATM, do so because you want to and not because you feel obligated to. If you decide to gamble, then gambling is definitely a sin in the Bible.
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