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  1. “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” These words were written by the Apostle Paul from prison. When a person learns the truths, he becomes more free in his thinking, and no one can change it. And all truth is with God.

  2. Freedom is the main property of a Single Reality,

    which, according to the laws of dialectics, it “loses”, becoming many, locking itself in elements separated from each other by chaos, so that, realizing the Freedom of Choice, it can find Itself again.

    With the TK of a person, we have 4 phases of self-realization and, accordingly, Freedom.

    1 freedom of choice – freedom of chaos and irresponsibility, freedom of the child.

    2 freedom as knowledge of the law, consideration of life in a mature way.

    3 freedom as a movement towards unknown laws, relying on, but also not afraid to change, known laws

    4 freedom as a conscious supreme necessity, an evolutionary purpose (this is not about reproduction and family, and not about religious or esoteric, and not about scientific speculation)

    And there is no non-free freedom.

    There is a deterministic world and the Freedom to Choose to go DOWN the determinant from birth, or go up, realizing the Freedom of Choice.

    The games of the first two freedoms lead downwards. up – the top two freedoms.

  3. So the Gods or God did not grant us any such freedom! Everything is happening for the first time! And it was a crime, a sin, a mistake, an evil. Then the God or Gods began to communicate with people in order to save them. But the evil has already been done, and it has begun to repeat itself again. Then the Gods or God came up with rules for how to live, and the evil continued despite this. And finally, as a result of the fact that people destroyed themselves with evil, God or Gods revealed the secret that evil destroyed people, and people did not listen to the Gods, and in the end the Gods came up with a law restricting people's freedom, where that evil freedom was punished even more terribly than that evil. This has come down to our days. True, people began to communicate with God. But the Law is the same and Evil is being done, and therefore we will not be free and happy until the law of God destroys this human evil that makes us unfree. And only then will we be free!

  4. God made man completely free, whether you want to sin or burn in hell, it's all in the choice of a person. Do you want to go to heaven ?you will have paradise. But for some reason, almost everyone chooses torment instead of paradise. They don't want to suffer but they choose hell,
    Because they are madly proud.

  5. God made man completely free, whether you want to sin or burn in hell, it's all in the choice of a person. Do you want to go to heaven ?you will have paradise. But for some reason, almost everyone chooses torment instead of paradise.

  6. He didn't give you anything, all you have is what he couldn't take away from you as a competitor.

    This is a war for power in this World, it is going on in your consciousness, and here they do not take prisoners and do not change sides, and it will be not for them but for humanity, in any case.

    If you were interested in the laws of dialectics, real ones, without theological viruses, and just be able to think logically, you would understand that no matter how the World came into being, it's empty, in any case you personally and before yourself, and not before someone else, bear full power, freedom and responsibility. And that's all, and nothing else.

  7. * We must be slaves to the laws to be free-Cicero

    freedom without restrictions does not exist – if you want to be free from sin, you need to “enslave” yourself to the commandments of God, and vice versa: if you want to “freely” live without God, then you should understand that in this case you will become a slave to sin. Let's read the apostle's explanation of your question:

    16 Do you not know that to whom you give yourselves as servants to obey, you are also servants to whom you obey, or servants of sin to death, or of obedience to righteousness?
    17 Thanks be to God, that while you were formerly servants of sin, you have obeyed from your heart the way of teaching to which you gave yourselves up.
    18 But when you were freed from sin, you became servants of righteousness.
    20 For when you were slaves to sin, you were free from righteousness.
    21 Then what fruit did you have? Such deeds as you are now ashamed of, because their end is death.
    22 But now that you have been freed from sin and have become servants to God, your fruit is holiness, and the end is eternal life.
    23 For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
    (Romans 6: 16-23)

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