Douglas Wilson’s quote gets to the heart of an extraordinary sermon on Christian liberty by our Kentucky pastor Ryan Fullerton. In listening to this sermon, we could not help but to see how we tend to think of Christian Liberty as being mainly for our own gratification. However, it is surprising to realize that God gave us this liberty so that we can use it to enslave ourselves to others. In the words of Paul, “For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win more of them.” (1 Cor 9:19). Paul had been loosed from the strict regulations of Judaism so that he could have the freedom to put himself right back under the Judaic law in order to preach to the Jews and then turn right around and shed himself of this law when he was a missionary to the Gentiles. Paul, and the rest of us, were given freedom from the law so that we could love others by enslaving ourselves to foreign customs for the purpose of sharing the Gospel.