Sunday, June 12, 2016

TOTAL FREEDOM 2

 
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John 8:31-32 (NET)
31 Then Jesus said to those Judeans who had believed him, “If you continue to follow my teaching, you are really my disciples 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”


Mr. Allen had some mutated dogs that could never grow from being puppies. They were mutated to remain puppies all their lives. But one day, the dogs started a diet that began to annul their mutation. Because of this, they began to steadily grow into adults. But while puppies, Mr. Allen tied each of them with seven strands of knitting wool. And they remained bound that way. But as they started to grow, one day, some of them realized that they could now break free by virtue of their size and increased strength. The wool now seemed like a joke. All they had to do was to simply keep walking and the rope broke. But there were many of them who were still afraid of the power of the threads because as puppies, they had tried to break free to no avail. They were actually now bound by the limitation of the past. And because of this they remained in bondage even though they had enough might to break free.

The dogs that got freedom got it because they came to the knowledge of the truth. This truth was that they could now walk away free.

If you are a disciple of Christ who follows His teachings, this is the truth concerning you: you have grown out of the power of sin. Sin no longer has power over you because we are now under God’s grace. This grace teaches us the word of God and causes us to grow out of the smallness that made sin dominate us (see Titus 2:8-9).
Go into today with this truth.
Prayer: Father, please help me grow into the fullness of Christ. Amen.

- Pas SD Abraham
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