I was forgiven by God and found “not guilty”,
but why did I continue to live as guilty,
as a prisoner in my own skin?
Recently, I watched a movie about the children of the Holocaust.
After these precious children were released from the prisoners’ camp,
they were sent to a place where they were shown love
by being cared for.
Their first reactions were always from a position of fear.
It was hard for them to accept
to trust those
who cared for them
because of the mistreatment and the sorrow they experienced in the past.
All they knew was abuse,
so they responded to everything defensively and fearfully.
They acted guilty,
even though there was no crime.
It took time for these children to trust and accept love from others.
After I accepted Christ into my life,
it took time for me to really grasp the
He had for me.
It was too much to fathom,
it was hard to accept this gift
because I felt so beaten.
I was not able to accept
because I didn’t feel perfect...yet.
(Excerpt above from my book "Weightless Flying Free")
Forgiveness is love
Forgiveness is power
Forgiveness is the key
that hold us back
Because Jesus said~
He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners. Luke 4:18
to set us
What chains do you wear that hold you back from flying free... indeed?
Do you believe God's Forgiveness is enough to set you free...indeed?
Put into Practice
Receiving & Believing
no matter what you may have done
no matter why you may do
if the Son has set you free
you will be free indeed. John 8:36
My chains are gone
I've been set free
My God my Savior
has ransomed me...