Have you heard that grace provides a license to sin and that unchecked grace makes Christians licentious? No way! Legalistic Christianity causes that problem.
Have you been taught that Christians need to somehow balance freedom with responsibility to keep sin at bay? Again, this is just another religious lie that’s taught in hopes of pulling you away from the only reality that can deliver you.
But what about that famous Bible verse in Romans 6:1, “Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase?” Preachers will point out that Paul answered the question with the negative “God forbid!” and then suggest that he wrote those words to warn believers against the dangers of living in the very freedom of Christ he told them to stand firmly in. The truth is that most preachers don’t understand both the question and the answer as written in the Bible.
My friends, we need to realize that if too much freedom gives believers a license to sin, then too much Jesus will do the same. Is it possible that the thing that saved us from sin could actually lead to a license to sin? Give me a break. Preachers and teachers who suggest such things do not understand liberty, Jesus Christ, or the law.