Do you feel like you are truly living in freedom? Is there an ease and “lightness” in your head and heart about your life and relationships? Is the idea of “freedom in Christ” just a nice sentiment… or does it actually have real implications for our lives today?
This week on the Lifeschool Podcast, we talk through the idea of freedom in Christ, what true freedom is, and how one finds and sustains it.
Everyone is promising us freedom, liberation, opportunity… Politicians, vacation commercials, credit card companies, and even our religious leaders. There’s a lot of offers for freedom, it seems.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- What the Bible teaches about the experience of freedom.
- Is freedom found in Jesus real for today, or is it an “in heaven” thing?
- Does freedom in Christ come with conditions or obligations?
- How our complacency may be dampening our experience of true freedom.
- Ways to uncover the unbelief behind the areas of your life you are not experiencing freedom.
From this episode:
“Ultimate freedom comes from release. In Christ we are released from having to create and produce ultimate outcomes, free to release what others think or believe about us or about God. Freedom from the tyranny of living like we are God…”
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Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
Free training webinar Caesar mentioned – Gospel in Everyday Life
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