Watchful in the Last Days

The coming of the Lord will be like a snare or trap or surprise. Like a thief, who comes during an unexpected time in the night, Lord will come. Blessed is those who are awake, alert and anticipating. (Revelation 16:15) It is essential to heed to the Lord’s warnings, so that we do not go through the tribulation. (Luke 21:34-36)
Dissipation: Lord warned against overindulgence in sensual pleasures. Without eternal perspective, it is easy to be self-indulging in the Desires of Eyes, Desires of flesh and pride of life. (I John 2:16) Over-indulgence in these principles of the world would lead to disaster and death.
Drunkenness: Wine with more alcohol is dangerous to health. Our body is the Temple of the Holy Spirit, hence should be taken care of well. (I Corinthians 6:19-20) Some drink to overcome their emotional issues, others mental tension, and physical pain. These could be overcome by biblical understanding, upgrading faith, and simple medication. Such regular unwarranted drinking could lead to alcohol dependency. Drunken people tend to become gluttons, which would lead them to poverty. (Proverbs 23:20-21) Drunkards take foolish decisions that lead them to fall into sin.
Drowsiness: Drunkards could become drowsy. They are not awake spiritually, hence are trapped in sin. Not being awake mentally, their mind is not renewed, hence following the patterns or trends of the world. (Romans 12:1-2) Samson was drowsy and lulled to sleep in the lap of Delilah which led to his shameful defeat, and later his death. (Judges 16:19)
Distractions: The cares of this life in the world, chokes the Word of God, sown in our hearts. (Mark 4:19) Hence, that person becomes unproductive. (II Peter 1:8) That means their faith is not dynamic, directionless, and dead without good deeds and fruit. (James 2:14-26) Humans are stupid and lack a sense of direction like a sheep that is prone to go astray. (Isaiah 53:6) Unprepared Foolish virgins were in the right place, at the right time, with the right fellowship, but could not participate in the feast. (Matthew 25:1-12)
Am I watchful and awaiting His Coming?