Christian Liberty: The Art of Mixing Law and Grace (PRINT)
Christian Liberty: The Art of Mixing Law and Grace (PRINT)
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“I go to prepare a place for you.” These are the words of Jesus to His church. No doubt He has some awesome plans for “you.” But who is you?
We need to understand something: God is. And He doesn’t change who He is because of what we believe about Him. The fact is, He is holy, and He wants us to be holy, too. Now the Bible says “Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom.” And this perplexes us. How can God say, “Be ye holy for I am holy,” in one breath, and then, “All things are lawful,” in another? This is a question we need to answer in these last days.
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“I go to prepare a place for you.” These are the words of Jesus to His church. No doubt He has some awesome plans for “you.” But who is you?  We need to understand something: God is. And He doesn’t change who He is because of what we believe about Him. The fact is, He is holy, and He wants us to be holy, too.  Now the Bible says “Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is freedom.” And this perplexes us. How can God say, “Be ye holy for I am holy,” in one breath, and then, “All things are lawful,” in another?


This is a question we need to answer in these last days, because with the end comes judgment. Now if we truly have freedom of conduct, the church is in good shape. But what if we’ve misunderstood? What if liberty refers not to freedom to live as we please, but rather liberty from sin?  That could change things. There’s only one judgment. One chance. We can’t afford to get this wrong.

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