When you were slaves to sin, you were free from the obligation to do right.
Romans 6:20 (NLT)
Many Christians rely on the idea that a Christian cannot lose his salvation in order to enjoy the freedom of life. If we try to convince them otherwise, they will list available verses to justify their unacceptable conduct.
The Bible does not prevent us from being free, but it teaches us that all freedom has a limit. In some cases, I would even say that freedom has also a price, and this is where everything becomes difficult to accept: The consequences. If you are looking for freedom, then let me tell you that true freedom can be found in Jesus Christ, even if the world wants you to believe otherwise.
The cross is what gave us our freedom. We are free from the condemnation of sin imposed by the law, free from the judgment that awaited us. All that God asks of us in response to all that He has done to give us back this freedom is our faithfulness and our obedience.
Are you prey to worldly lusts and temptations? Know then that your mind must be alert to avoid falling into sin. For it is the pursuit of freedom that the world offers that will lead you down the wrong path. The one that will take you away from God.
If you cannot lose your salvation because of grace, you will still lose your personal relationship with God. Think about that.
May the grace of God be upon you.