The Ultimate Sacrifice!
“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not be encumbered once more by a yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1
The freedom to walk freely is an important part of every human life. But do you know that some people still choose to live with the bondage of slavery? They live with a sense of guilt and fear. They think life has become meaningless due to their sin, error, or mistakes that have been made. The truth is, we are all sinners, but some of us are set free from this bondage because of our knowledge and belief in Christ’s sacrifice.
Jesus was crucified in our place, so he died on the cross for us to be set free and enjoy the victory and life in abundance. The ultimate sacrifice on the cross gives us a breakthrough of our sins and brings us back to God. Jesus set you free to claim back the original plan of God, which is to have power and dominion on the good things that God created.
1 Corinthians 16:13 says, “Be on guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be courageous. Be strong.”
However, you must stand firm and stay away from sin because it is a yoke of slavery. Anything that enslaves you will surely take advantage of you or exploit you. Therefore, stand firm in the faith because the son of God has set you free, and you shall be free indeed. Amen. Remember that the spirit of the Lord is in every believer and everyone who believes in Christ.
Jesus set you free to fellowship and has a better relationship with God (Creator of Heaven and the Earth). The ultimate sacrifice on the cross of Calvary was the highest tag price for victory and freedom, the divine plan of salvation to those who believe in Jesus Christ and to restore people’s broken relationship with the father who sent him. Ephesians 3:12 says, In Christ, we have boldness and access with confidence through our faith in him.
1. Thank God for the blood of Jesus that takes away your sin.
2. Lord, thank you for the freedom you give to enjoy life in abundant
3. I reject every trap of the enemy, such as sin in the mighty name of Jesus.