breaking-chain1One night, after a long night of partying, I came home, went into the bathroom, locked the door and sat there, ticked and overwhelmed.  I mean, how was I supposed to maintain my freedom in Christ, at the same time, maintain my right to party? So, I made a choice and in the bathroom, I asked God to leave my heart. A prayer of UNsalvation. Ugh. Essentially, telling Christ, “I choose partying.”  Thankfully, God never answers those prayer requests.  He promises He will never leave, never forsake us. Today, I walk in the freedom of God’s goodness.  Sometimes I wonder why.  Was I that important to you, God?  But in God’s die-hard love for every single human on this planet, every human is worth rescuing, no human is worth leaving.  You know, when I was partying, I thought freedom was in circumstance.  But it’s not.  Freedom is in Jesus. Freedom isn’t in what I have the right to do. It’s in who God created me to be. Freedom isn’t a debt that society owes me. Freedom is what I owe God, but God paid for. People often see Christianity as a limit. I beg to differ. I see it as limitless. “My way” was my limit & my vices dictated my every move. I’ve never been more free than when I became God’s kid. I hope this encourages someone today.

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