The video talks about witchcraft in the church drawing from Gal3.
Gal3:1 – “O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?”
One aspect raised concerns the tension of obedience led by the Spirit after the Law of the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus and the obedience after self-works and legalism after the Law of sin and death.
It offers a flavor of what this tension is all about and not how to navigate it.
At the heart of this tension is the central focus, or lack thereof, of Christ, crucified, His death, His resurrection, and His dominion in His return.
It is based on this central focus that the Christian fulfills the Law of Christ of bearing each other’s burdens (moral faults) mentioned in Gal6:2, and not by focusing on the rules themselves.
To do the latter is falling into the Law of Sin and Death, which would make one a victim of witchcraft.
This article that expounds on 2Tim3:1-5 ended on this note-
“The idea of “servant” becomes clearer when we understand it as “slave.” Slavery is another metaphor for what self-satisfaction produces. Sin puts us in bondage to the cruelest taskmaster in the universe, Satan, the one who generates this host of self-centered attitudes.
We are completely unable to break free from this bondage without supernatural help, (as said in) Hebrews 2:14-15.”
It is a little appreciated truth that the new man in Christ is still enslaved.
God describes this freedom from bondage in Jhn8:36 to mean being set free from the old man’s slavery, but the new man remains a slave to righteousness (Rom6:16,22).
The shift of the slave realm of the old man (Rom6:6) subject to the law of sin and death (Rom8:2) to the new man subject to the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus (Rom8:2) is a clear sign that this new slave relationship with God is not a relationship where anything goes.
For this reason, God says He is not mocked in Gal6:7, for any man that sows to not bear the burdens (moral faults) of others of Gal6:2 and to not bear his own burdens of Gal6:5 (this burden is God’s will for the individual manifested in life circumstances) such shall reap what they sow. (paraphrase of Gal6:7).
It goes back to the article’s focus that man is enslaved by their obsessive entitled sense of “Self Satisfaction.”
The new man operating under the new law of enslavement is the solution for this old disease.