Freedom With Purpose – 30 Days of Liberation, Day 5

The words “Let my people go!” memorialized in the spiritual, “Go Down, Moses,” are only half-right. In the Bible, “Let my people go” is followed by “and serve Me.” True freedom requires purpose. Without direction, we will serve some undesirable master, even after we are liberated from that which enslaves us. That’s why Psalms urges us not only to “turn from evil,” but also to “do good, seek peace and pursue it.” How are you using your freedom purposefully?

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One Response to Freedom With Purpose – 30 Days of Liberation, Day 5

  1. sherioz says:

    Very important point – “freedom requires purpose”. Simple and true.

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