Our postmodern culture today is wicked and lawless, afflicted with the cowardice that comes from having a bad conscience. In that sense it is decidedly unfree and enslaved to its own self-destructive impulses. Tragically, many people today interpret “freedom” to mean the ability to do whatever they want to do whenever they want to do it. However, simply “doing your own thing” is *not* the Torah’s idea of freedom. Yeshua told us “whoever commits sin is the slave (δουλος) of sin,” and went on to say “if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed” (John 8:34-36). True freedom (i.e., cherut: חרוּת) is therefore moral and spiritual rather than merely physical. Real freedom has to do with *the power to choose what is right and good,* not to simply get your own way or to practice your lusts… Our deliverance is meant to clothe us with divine power to walk in righteousness and truth.

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