Daily Devotional • Galatians 5:1

by Kara Heckel August 19, 2022 2 min read 2 Comments

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At last you have freedom for Christ has set you free! You must always cherish this truth and firmly refuse to go back into the bondage of your past.

- Galatians 5:1

Did you know you are completely free from your past?

Because of what Christ has done for you, He has totally broken off every chain and calls you to walk in a higher place before His throne.

Rejoice in this!

No longer are we ruled by our past or the shame that held us captive. We are all free to dance, sing, and laugh with the lover of our soul!

The Lord has swung wide open the door of freedom before you, beckoning you to come be with Him in eternal joy.

His presence and glory are readily available to us always, granting us free gifts of His love, joy, peace and strength.

As you dance with Him, watch the lies and condemnation that have held you back be revealed as mere accusations from the enemy. All the guilt and shame have been cast off into the sea of forgetfulness, never to be seen again.

Feel the rush of the Lord’s spirit-winds, spurring you on into your glorious future. Now is the time to walk in your true identity, as a true son or daughter of the Most High!

Once you’ve tasted the freedom of His love, you will never want to look back at your dead past.

Today, embrace the freedom God has purchased for you. Do not hesitate for another moment, and run passionately into the arms of your Father. He will be with you even until the end of all ages!

“Be free my child!”  

With Love,
Paper Sunday

2 Responses

Lucy Hansen
Lucy Hansen

August 24, 2022

Thankyou for this encouraging scripture and devotional. It’s a great way to start or end my day.


August 20, 2022

God has used you many times to speak to me. I thank you for the faithfulness to this devotional.

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