It is very easy for spectators to to be harsh and JUDGE other people for their experiences. Drug use is at first thought to be harmless experimentation, then the addict finds out that it is one of satan's tools, but if you've never had the misfortune of being caught in that web, then you are just an inexperienced SPECTATOR who doesn't know of people's sufferings. In that case, it's very easy to be condescending and judge yourself to be better than others, to criticize and 'forget' your blessings from The Lord. In modern Christianity, we are learning to be 'spiritual ACCOUNTANTS' and think the only thing wrong with anything 'undesirable' (iniquity) is that our attempt at perfection might fail and that, like accountants, we won't be able to balance the books (COMPLETELY compassionless). Well I got news for all of the people who think they are above all of this 'unacceptable' adverse behavior, NO ONE is good but God ONLY (get used to it, we're Christians). There are lots of bad habits, some have worse health effects than others, some are more controlling than others, but I can't think of one so devastating that would be CHOSEN by it's victim. It is reasonable to assume that someone who loves God is a unwilling VICTIM because they are like every person on earth, saved or not, IMPERFECT. If the addict is a recreational (which is a very slim possibility (hence the name 'ADDICT'), then it is a bad habit that they don't yet realize how hard it is to function without drugs, but it is considered ALWAYS to be a 'prison' for their mind.
Drug use is not to be thought of in such a cold way as to CLASSIFY it in an intellectual assessment, it is to be thought of as a TRAGEDY and the addict to be pitied (you know, COMPASSION).