Some who attend the Toronto services are so “drunk” that they are unable to drive home. Some are unable to board their plane home because of their bizarre and uncontrollable behavior. This is hardly glorifying to the Lord. An attempt to justify such madness is made on the basis of the disciples being accused of drunkenness on the day of Pentecost. However, the only strange thing about them was that, although they were “all Galileans,” those from many different places each “heard them speak in his own language.” The hearers could think of no other explanation than to say they were “full of new wine,” but it wasn’t because they were acting drunk (Acts:2:6-13).