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Anti-Gambling Sunday — September 16, 2001

“Evil in my sight.” Isa. 65:12

Millions of people are looking to “luck” to change their lives, but most of them end up feeling like luck has abandoned them. The unlucky gamblers outnumber the so-called lucky ones by millions-to-one. It takes more than a million unlucky gamblers to lose for one gambler to hit his “lucky” lottery payout.

Losing at gambling should not come as a surprise to anyone who gambles; the odds are always stacked against the gambler. Gambling is a loser’s game, not a winner’s game. A person who turns to luck is setting himself up for failure because luck is undependable.

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