“Looking back, we see that our freedom to choose badly was not, after all, a very real freedom.
“When we chose because we “must,” this was not a free choice, either. But it got us started in the right direction. When we chose because we “ought to” we were really doing better. This time we were earning some freedom, making ourselves ready for more.
“But when, now and then, we could gladly make right choices without rebellion, hold-out, or conflict, then we had our first view of what perfect freedom under God’s will could be like.”
-Grapevine, May 1960
Here is a talk from Cliff R about Freedom