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Jacob Horngerger - FFF

One thing is for sure: the road to freedom lies not in reform measures, which necessarily leave infringements on liberty intact. The road to freedom lies in making the case for liberty, which necessarily entails repealing infringements on liberty.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Freedom isn’t only possible. Freedom has been set in place for us. Jesus said, “Everyone who sins is a slave to sin,” Saint Paul said, “It is for freedom that Christ has set you free.” This freedom was gained through Jesus dying on the cross, and rising again on the 3rd day after. Freedom is accessed by believing that Jesus did it. Isaiah says it this way: “On this mountain [the hill of Golgotha on Mount Zion that holds Jerusalem] he will destroy the shroud that enfolds all peoples, the sheet that covers all nations; he will swallow up death forever.” If you don’t understand and believe this, any freedom you get will only be temporary.

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