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sermon: Liberty Through Self-Control. Christian Freedom Derives from Self-Government Richard T. Ritenbaugh Given 01-Jul-06; Sermon #782; 76 minutes. On the other hand, one can think of liberty as the presence of control on the part of the agent. To be free, you must be self-determined, which is . Yet these drastic measures aren't meant to confine us; they are edicts from a loving God designed to bring liberty. The Bible portrays self-control . For reasons of space, I will not discuss liberty as self-control in this context. Rawls 1971, p. 128. Here is an example. The definition of “bachelor” is “unmarried . Broadly speaking, liberty is the ability to do as one pleases. In modern politics, liberty is the . of authority, while the former refers to the liberty that comes from self-mastery, the freedom from inner compulsions such as weakness and fear. Self Control: • There is a common saying, “Knowledge is power”. . which I am at liberty in Christ, but this knowledge should be supplemented with self-control so . incongruous material, often very careful self-observation. And self- observation represents incipient self-control, and self-control becomes synonymous with the . . the self subject to freedom and restraint, under conditions of which greater acts of self-control and self-mastery produce the self's satisfaction of having liberty. I contend that Mill himself asserted (in On Liberty, too) exactly what Himmelfarb charges him with denying, namely "that self-control and self-restraint would have . Confirm thy soul in self-control – Thy liberty in law! From “America, the Beautiful” by Katharine Lee Bates (1913) comes the principles of this .