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July 05, 2019


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john w. barber

I can use more self control, i don,t want to be dependent on my meds to get self control,but they help,a lot!I,d like to be more loving and a less self righteous Christian ,john

Mike Richardson

JOHN 8:35-36 The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son does remain forever. So if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed. | New American Standard Bible (NASB)
Wow the Son remains in the House forever...
He became sin for our sakes to set us free we are emancipated and can leave the house of sin, He ever lives to make intercession....
Could it be that He has taken our place eternally in that place where sin has had dominion over us, in order that we might go free. His sacrifice is sufficient for all our lack, he holds the gate open eternally that sin can no longer dominate us. It no longer has any effect we can be free to live as Papa intended.
Later Jesus says Go and sin no more! Thats freedom thankyou for the homily, it has opened some useful meditation.

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