In the Christian's life, believers are free from the law's curse, it's penalty, and it's gulity-producing power and replaced by peace, forgiveness and liberty. Who could be more free than one who is free in the depths of his soul? But here is where we often fail. We use freedom's luxury to live selfishly, or we claim ownership of what God has merly entrusted to us. We slip into patterns of self-indulgent living, specially in afluent societies.
The proper use of freedom is "faith working through love" to serve one another. When we rely on the Spirit and expend our energies on loving God and helping others, the destructive works of the flesh will be restrained by God. So let's always use our liberty to build up, not to tear down.
Like a raging fire, freedom without limits is dangerous. But when controlled, it is a blessing to all.
"Do not use libery as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another." Galatians 5:13