Christian freedom is “a characteristic of joy” (Col 1:11), Paul suggest to be patience and joyful. The relationship with fellow friends, parents, within family members, and other. Here, Paul warning the parent in relationship with the child, to be “father no embitten to children” (Col 3:21). The Christian should create a joyful atmosphere at home and community.
In the freedom land, “your days of sorrow will end” Isa 60:19-20. According to E. G. White, "the wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose."48 Actually, freedom is a positive way of happiness of living by fellowship with God.
Truly joy can come after righteousness. In Isaiah 64:5, “righteousness” (qd,c,) is reflection of joy. “The participles in those who gladly do right one
who is rejoicing and doing righteousness express an abiding state. The verbs,
expressed separately, give weight to each, i.e. one whose joy it is to continue in righteousness and who, continuing in righteousness, finds joy.”49
Freedom was a supernatural blessing, God’s gracious gift to his own people. And freedom is “the positive happiness of living in fellowship with God.”50