JESUS SAVES YOU AND SETS YOU FREE
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You being a child of God is by the testimony of the Holy Spirit. When you lack the Holy Spirit, you lack God. Meaning that where the Spirit of God is absent, God is absent. This fact is the very reason we ‘re in the Novena to the Holy Spirit through the Life in the Spirit Seminar.
The essence of Jesus’ sufferings and pains was to save us.
Whatever freedom that is devoid of Jesus Christ is freedom in bondage.
Jesus saved us and saves us. Both in the past and in the present.
Although Judas Iscariot betrayed the Lord. Yet, He accepted the betrayal to save mankind. Jesus has taken away our unjust judgements. Jesus went through afflictions so that we can be healed. We are healed by His stripes (Isa. 53:5).
Jesus saves us and sets us free from every works of darkness. The enemy is the accuser of the brethren. However, Jesus Christ frees us from his accusations through salvation.
By the virtue of our salvation, we belong to God and we are God’s heritage. The entire price has been paid by Jesus Christ on the cross. It is finished. The secret to our successes in this life is Jesus Christ.
You cannot win today’s battle with yesterday’s weapon. We need to always upgrade and improve our walk with the Lord Jesus to stay strong and rise above our challenges.
The royal cloth of Jesus was exchanged for a purple cloth (mourning cloak), to bring us deliverance and total liberation from every cloak of the enemy. Jesus made a public show of our ignorance, sorrows and pains to emancipate us from them all.
Psalms 34:19-20, many are the afflictions of the righteous but the Lord God delivers him from all of them.
We have been saved to possess our possessions (Obadiah 17).
ATTRIBUTES/FEATURES OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN SAVED (excerpt from CCC)
1. Our position; For all those saved and set free, are the people of God.
2. Our birth; it is not natural but spiritual. Our birth is by the Spirit of the Living God.
3. Our mission; to propagate the gospel of Jesus Christ.
4. Our freedom; we are called into freedom and brought safe into the marvelous light we enjoy in the Eucharist.