2 Peter 2:19 (NET) Although these false teachers promise such people freedom, they themselves are enslaved to immorality. For whatever a person succumbs to, to that he is enslaved.
Dorin was sixteen when she entered campus. She was young and impressionable, and this made her look for the most adventurous of all options.
The first thing she liked about the teachers she would eventually find out to be false teachers of God’s word is that they promised freedom, and condemned other Christians as being under the law.
By the time Dorin became pregnant for a leader in the fellowship, and he denied it to her face and instigated the entire leadership against her, it was now clear to her that they were not disciples of Christ.
Most false teachers in the church promise more freedom. And because of this freedom they claim to have, they become lascivious and would do anything without feeling guilty. One of the things false doctrines seek to do to believers is to deaden their consciences and make them feel no guilt for sins they commit. But what usually happens at the end of the day is that such teachers end up being slaves to certain sins, especially immorality.
Go into today remembering that we have been free from the bondage of sin, but are now slaves to righteous living (see Rom 6:18 ESV).
Ask the Lord to help you walk in the liberty that makes a person holy and righteous.
—Abraham Damilola Arigi
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