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The Root Difference Between Sonship and Slavery

Sam uses the example of Ishmael and Issac to illustrate the difference between slavery and sonship, flesh and Spirit. Slavery is summed up in "ought" based living: we will never be free from sin by trying to fight sin. It's a "root" issue, not a "fruit" issue. 

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