Most believers in Christ today call themselves an epithet that neither Christ Jesus nor His first-century Disciples turned Apostles say in the Holy Bible followers of Christ should call themselves. They call themselves “Christians.” Most believers in Christ today also claim to worship God according to the established ways of their organized religion, faith, or belief that neither Christ Jesus nor His first-century Disciples turned Apostles declare in the Holy Bible are how Father God wants followers of Christ to worship Him. These believers worship Father God according to the ways that were established by man-made organized “Christianity.”
For believers to walk with God in the newness of life—the newness of the holy work His Spirit is doing within them daily—their personal lives and their beliefs in religious dogma must be flexible. Believers, thus, cannot be more focused on being in control of their own lives and more focused on hanging on to their traditional beliefs, which may or may not be in error, than they are focused on walking in the newness of life—walking in the newness of the Holy Spirit’s mighty workings. Bottom line: Those who like flaky, shaky business-as-usual churchianity will resist the rocking of their religious boats only to end up sinking with their ill-prepared vessels. The end result, they will not be open to receive the Holy Spirit’s new wine; therefore, by refusing to drink from the Holy Spirit’s new wine (cf. 1 Corinthians 12:13b), they will not become spiritual winos; instead, they will continue to suffer from their spiritual sobriety condition.