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Freedom in Christ

Embrace Your Freedom in Christ


"For the Lord is the Spirit, and wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." — 2 Corinthians 3:17 (NLT)


Good morning Ekklesia,

In 2 Corinthians 3:17, the Apostle Paul speaks to the Corinthian church about the transformative power of the Holy Spirit. Paul emphasizes that the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit resides, there is liberty. This liberty is not just a release from external constraints, but a profound inner freedom that breaks the chains of sin, guilt, and fear. It signifies the removal of the veil that once separated humanity from God, allowing us to experience His presence fully and live in the truth of His grace.


Today, let us meditate on the freedom we have in Christ. The freedom Paul speaks of is not merely a concept, but a lived reality for those who are in Christ Jesus. When the Spirit of the Lord is within us, we are liberated from the bondage of sin and empowered to live as God intended.


Consider the areas in your life where you may feel bound—by fear, anxiety, past mistakes, or even by the expectations of others. The Spirit of the Lord is inviting you to embrace the freedom that comes from living in His presence. This freedom allows us to let go of our past, to forgive ourselves and others, and to walk confidently in the identity Christ has given us.


As we walk in this freedom, we are called to share it with others. Remember "Everyday... Ekklesia: 'Each1, Reach1, Bring1, and together we'll TeachEvery1.' Through our discipleship and outreach, we can help others experience this same liberating power of the Spirit. When we live in the freedom of Christ, our lives become a testament to His love and grace, drawing others into His embrace.


This week, take time each day to invite the Holy Spirit into your heart and mind. Ask Him to reveal areas where you need His liberating power. Pray for the courage to step out in faith, to let go of what holds you back, and to walk in the freedom Christ has given you. Reach out to someone who needs to hear about this freedom and share with them the hope and liberation you have found in Christ.


Let us live as free people, spreading the fragrance of Christ’s freedom wherever we go.


LoveUmorethanUknow, Pastor Stephän Kirby

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