For the Christian, we have received grace which is power and strength to abide in the tenets of GOD's framework for humanity so that we do not partake in the influence of sin, anymore. The relevance of this is this…
Have you ever asked, how much you need to pay for faith to reveal itself? What's the price-tag of faith? How frequently should you pay to renew your subscription to salvation? To what bank? What is the money used for? How expensive is faith and salvation and the freedom by redemption?
To some, it is more than a name, I’ll say, so they have no shame to call it out in the time of need to do so. The Name of the Messiah is a watchtower, calling all lost ships of souls to a relationship with the FATHER who is not only Fort but the Island High Land above seas of torment.
In slavery to the world, in slavery to our desires, in slavery to ourselves (all the more, enslaved), in slavery of thoughts, in slavery by law (just and unjust), in slavery of hope (even the hope to be rid of slavery). By human hands, all attempts at freedom creates more channels for slavery to be born.
However, killing GOD doesn't mean running a goliath-sized dagger through the heart of GOD and then watching HIM Bleed. Much to the dismay of many with horrific ways in mind, GOD-killing needs to be done spiritually because GOD is spirit.
My body needs to be saved, my body is not the saviour of itself. Only those who need no salvation can save, only THE ONE who gives salvation is the saviour of the body. If the body needs salvation, it cannot give salvation.
Salvation is a transaction and although we cannot buy faith, faith bought us free and we can offer ourselves as testaments for this transaction: from debt and death to freedom in the kingdom of GOD.
This doesn't refer to the freedom to doubt but to the doubt that we are free. It is the doubt that questions if we can be free. Have you been so drenched in slavery to the world and captive to the ways of the world that all your thoughts, actions and inactions are tailored to … Continue reading Doubting Freedom