Jesus came to earth as the Word incarnate (John 1:1; John 1:14; Matthew 1:23). His purpose was to die for the sins of the world so that anyone who chooses to become His disciple could be free from the dominion of sin (Romans 6:18; John 8:36; Galatians 5:1). Some Christians hold the opinion that Jesus gives people a license to sin because of His grace. While this may sound pleasant to anyone that does not want to go to Hell but still live according to their sinful desires, this could not be further from the truth God established as the plan of salvation (Romans 13:14; Galatians 5:24; 1 John 5:18). John writes that those who have truly been born of God does not habitually sin but lives a life full of right standing with God due to a desire to please God (1 John 5:2-3, 18). This lie of using God’s grace to live a lifestyle of pleasing self is a strong deception the spiritual enemies are using to breed confusion among God’s people. The watering-down of the truth of God allows one to live a false Christian life while declaring the actual path God has for His people is too hard or too restrictive (1 Timothy 4:1-3). Those that truly desire a relationship with God should remember that Jesus stated broad is the way that leads to destruction and wide is the gate of that path (Matthew 7:13). Many follow this path because it is easier and more self-fulfilling. The gate to everlasting life, also known as Heaven, is small and the path is narrow but not impossible to follow (Matthew 7:14; Mark 10:27). Traveling this path requires a real relationship with God the Father, having Jesus as Savior and Lord, and being led by the Holy Spirit (John 3:16; John 3:3, 5; John 16:13; Romans 8:14). Christians must be determined to live only by the truth of God’s Word and not by lies of living however one desires to live. Jesus said that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life and no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 14:6). Having a true relationship with Jesus Christ is the only way to make it to Heaven. Jesus even stated that many will do spiritual things in His name but they will not make it into Heaven because of a lack of knowing Him (Matthew 7:21-23; Matthew 6:1). The whole purpose of God’s grace is to set people that have been bound as servants of sin free from sin (Romans 6:1-7). When people have been set free from this bondage of sin why would a person desire to go back to that way of living? Why would a person seek to be bound again to something they have recently declared their independence from? When a person is freed from an abuser others find that it makes no sense to return to that abuser, but many will return to be abused by sin after being born again through Jesus Christ. Being human everyone will make mistakes or sin voluntarily, but a true relationship with Jesus Christ is reflected in a lifestyle that will sin on occasion due to not obeying the Word of God as opposed to living a life led by sin. May Christians remember that they have freedom from sin and not freedom to sin. May those that are not Christian and who are looking for freedom from sin receive it through Jesus Christ and never return to a life of sin again.