Woman of the Most High God: “Whom the Son hath set free is free indeed”

Are you bound down by worries and cares? Do you fear what shall be tomorrow? The fear of what tomorrow may bring. We have never seen anything like this before. The older folks have never seen this before either. It’s all new to us. But we don’t have to be bound.

God wants us to break these chains from us, chains like worry and fear. God will take care of his own. No matter what comes our way, he is always looking down on us. He neither slumbers nor sleeps. He sees what is going on. Ans yes, he is still in control.

We can call upon his name at any time. He will turn our sorrow into joy. Weeping endures for the night but joy cometh in the morning. We must seek his face and turn from our wicked ways. Then God will forgive our sins and heal our land. Our country needs to get back to God. We’ve gotten of the path of righteousness. We’ve got to get back to the old paths.

Jesus is our only hope. Fear puts us in bondage. Fear is not from God. Do you want to be free from the chains that are keeping you in bondage? Jesus said, “Whom the Son shall set free is free indeed.” We have been in bondage for too long. God doesn’t want us to be chained down. He wants us to be free. We are to walk in the liberty of the Lord. Jesus sets people free.

Preachers are often heard saying, “What can I do? This virus holds us back from doing what I’m supposed to do.” Seek the face of Jesus with your whole heart. Call upon his name, and he will answer you. The virus is terrible, but God is stronger than the virus. There’s nothing too hard for my God to do. He can never fail. God is still in control. Let him break the chains in your life. Call upon him while he can be found. Call upon him today for your victory. It’s better to be free than to be in bondage.

Yours in Christ Jesus,

Teresa Reid


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