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The Lucifer Rebellion: Problems—Part 5—True, False, and The Theft of Liberty

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This week we continue our study of the Lucifer Rebellion with Paper 54—Problems of The Lucifer Rebellion:

We naturally wonder how God can allow sin to go unstopped and unpunished.

54:0.2  "The Gods neither create evil nor permit sin and rebellion. Potential evil is time-existent in a universe embracing differential levels of perfection meanings and values. Sin is potential in all realms where imperfect beings are endowed with the ability to choose between good and evil. The very conflicting presence of truth and untruth, fact and falsehood, constitutes the potentiality of error. The deliberate choice of evil constitutes sin; the willful rejection of truth is error; the persistent pursuit of sin and error is iniquity."

What is wrong with focusing on our selves?

54:1.5  "Unbridled self-will and unregulated self-expression equal unmitigated selfishness, the acme of ungodliness. Liberty without the associated and ever-increasing conquest of self is a figment of egoistic mortal imagination. Self-motivated liberty is a conceptual illusion, a cruel deception. License masquerading in the garments of liberty is the forerunner of abject bondage."

54:1.8  “There is no error greater than that species of self-deception which leads intelligent beings to crave the exercise of power over other beings for the purpose of depriving these persons of their natural liberties. The golden rule of human fairness cries out against all such fraud, unfairness, selfishness, and unrighteousness. Only true and genuine liberty is compatible with the reign of love and the ministry of mercy.”

Let's discuss the true liberty of "doing unto others as we would have done unto us; even as Jesus would do unto us" versus the false liberty of licentious self-assertion.  http://tobtr.com/11141401

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