Liberty Biblically Considered Liberty Biblically Considered We hold

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Liberty, Biblically Considered

Liberty, Biblically Considered

Liberty, Biblically Considered “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are

Liberty, Biblically Considered “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness…. ”

Liberty, Biblically Considered The basic idea of “liberty” from a biblical perspective pertains to

Liberty, Biblically Considered The basic idea of “liberty” from a biblical perspective pertains to being liberated from the bondage of sin (Rom. 6: 17, 18).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Jesus is the source of spiritual liberty (Luke 4: 16 -19,

Liberty, Biblically Considered Jesus is the source of spiritual liberty (Luke 4: 16 -19, John 8: 3336).

Liberty, Biblically Considered The truth is the means of making free (John 8: 31,

Liberty, Biblically Considered The truth is the means of making free (John 8: 31, 32).

Liberty, Biblically Considered We are called to liberty (Gal. 5: 13, 5: 1).

Liberty, Biblically Considered We are called to liberty (Gal. 5: 13, 5: 1).

Liberty, Biblically Considered It is possible to abuse liberty (I Pet. 2: 16, Gal.

Liberty, Biblically Considered It is possible to abuse liberty (I Pet. 2: 16, Gal. 5: 13, Rom. 6: 1).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Some make vain promises regarding liberty (2 Pet. 2: 19).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Some make vain promises regarding liberty (2 Pet. 2: 19).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Liberty in matters of indifference (I Cor. 10: 29, 8: 9,

Liberty, Biblically Considered Liberty in matters of indifference (I Cor. 10: 29, 8: 9, 10 -13).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Some would attempt to destroy our liberty (Gal. 2: 1 -5).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Some would attempt to destroy our liberty (Gal. 2: 1 -5).

Liberty, Biblically Considered Ultimate liberty is awaiting the child of God (Rom. 8: 2,

Liberty, Biblically Considered Ultimate liberty is awaiting the child of God (Rom. 8: 2, 11, 12, 15, 18 -23, 24).

Liberty, Biblically Considered “ 25: But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty,

Liberty, Biblically Considered “ 25: But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed” (Jas. 1).