Browsing All posts tagged under »Freedom«

How the Truth Sets Us Free

June 14, 2017

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“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” (John 8:32 NIV) This is a common saying among many believers and non-believers alike. I’ve used it many times. Though, to be honest, I just thought it sounded good…and spiritual. You know, Jesus said it, so it must mean something. But I […]

Your Actual Identity Part I: Holy

March 21, 2013

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Introduction to a New Series Welcome to the new multi-contributor blog series titled, “Your Actual Identity”. There will be several parts which will be spread over a several week period. With the current confirmed contributors as of now, it appears that it will extend five to six weeks and maybe longer. This series is going […]

Guilt, Shame, and Panic: Are they justified?

March 7, 2013

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“How dangerous a master human emotion is!”  ― Watchman Nee We’ve all been there: you wake on Saturday after sleeping in a bit from a hard week at work. You wake up, grab some coffee, maybe spend some time with Jesus for awhile, and realize you have nothing to do for the day (or you just […]

A Statement of Our True Identity (and the flu of the church)

February 18, 2013

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“You aren’t, but I am.” If you have been a Christian for any length of time you may have felt the Lord saying this to you one way or another. Now, this is a very true statement, and I know for me, He has said it many times. He seems to say it to me […]

The Freedom We Already Have…

June 20, 2011

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In that past, while dealing with sin in my life or imperfections in my character, I would strive so hard to earn my freedom. I would beg God daily to free me, to set me free from bondage. I labored so hard to be “renewed” in mind, in my actions, and my daily life — […]