Breaking Free!

The devil won’t bother you while you’re living in sin, but he’ll bother you when you’re trying to get out.

Breaking free (aka) getting out from sin generally involves a conscious effort to recognize and resist temptation, as well as a commitment to live according to the word of God. It requires hunility, self-reflection, self-discipline, and support from others fellow believers (James 5:16).

Breaking free from sin involves confessing our sins to God (1 John 1:9), seeking forgiveness (1 Chronicles 7:14), and relying on the guidance of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:14) to resist temptation (James 4:7) and live a purposed driven life (Jeremiah 29:13).

Breaking free from sin requires a willingness to examine one’s thoughts and actions, identify areas where improvement is needed, and taking the appropriate steps towards positive change. It may also involve seeking guidance from spiritual leaders, participating in support groups, or engaging in practices such as prayer or self-reflection. Ultimately, breaking free from sin is a personal journey that requires God’s help, commitment, perseverance, and a willingness to grow and change. Paul reminded us in Roman’s 12:2 to live a transformed life in Christ. The NLT put it this way, “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.”

If you want to break free today the first step is to open your heart and mouth and humbly approach God’s throne room of grace and tell Him what He already knows about you!






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#4GIVEN ministries is a devotional blog written to empower, encourage, and equip believers and unbelievers. We sincerely hope and pray that every reader and fellow blogger walks always with inspiration in their hearts and a fire in their belly after they read one of our inspiring devotionals. The mission is to make Christ known and to remind believers and unbelievers they are never too far gone for God to heal, deliver, and set free!
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