Well, if you read this, what would you think:
15 Drink water from your own cistern,
flowing water from your own well. (Proverbs 5:15)
This is the verse people quote to support urgophagia, which is the consumption of urine. Case closed?!? Hardly.
There’s a little something called CONTEXT. Most crazy people who use the Bible to support things like snake handling, nudism, or murder take a couple of verses and use them out of context. If you ever talk with a Jehovah’s witness, they will point to a bunch of single verses and not want to discuss anything around those verses. Why? Because the context changes the meaning they are trying to convey.
Context is always important, as it is easy to misconstrue a person’s intentions by not giving the complete context or giving a fabricated context. Kids do that all the time. They might say, “well you told me: ‘drink pee’”. And I’d reply, “I said ‘Don’t drink pee’, which is totally different. You need to keep the don’t in there with the rest of the words”. So please, read/listen to the context.
I would suggest reading the whole context of Proverbs 5. If you read the context in the surrounding verses, you’re realize that it is a larger argument about why you should not commit adultery and instead love the wife God gives you. For example, a couple of verses later we find one of my favorite verses in the Bible:
18 Let your fountain be blessed,
and rejoice in the wife of your youth,
19 a lovely deer, a graceful doe.
Let her breasts fill you at all times with delight;
be intoxicated always in her love. (Pv. 5:18-19)
One of the many commands of God I happily obey! He is a God who gives me life and joy in this life and in the life to come! God wants to give you life and peace. Learn more about how to get life and peace from God through Jesus Christ.
If we continue on with our context, we also see:
20 Why should you be intoxicated, my son, with a forbidden woman
and embrace the bosom of an adulteress?
21 For a man’s ways are before the eyes of the Lord,
and he ponders all his paths. (Pv. 5:20-21)
We can see from the context that Proverbs 5:15 does not urge us to drink urine, but rather to drink from our “own well”, which is the husband or wife God gives you or will give you in the future. It also is a reminder that God knows everything you do. There is a coming Judgement. I’d recommend going and read about how to have peace and life with God.