Freedom of Truth

God’s truth isn’t complicated. It’s simple yet elusive. Many words define truth, but the only one acceptable in God’s dictionary is—-believing in Christ. This five-letter one-syllable word brings the biggest freedom known to humanity; Christian eternity.

Honesty is good, but it doesn’t go far enough to secure us a place in God’s kingdom. Unbelievers have the ability, to be honest. God designed everyone with the sense of honesty.

God’s truth requires making painful sacrifices unpopular to the world. Those personal sacrifices don’t compare with the one God made—the death of His Son. And the truth of Christ’s resurrection frees us from sin.

Eternal Truth

When we admit to our innermost self the truth of Christ, then God steps in and showers us with His Spirit. This spiritual cleansing purifies our heart and frees our souls from Adam’s original sin. You can’t find a greater freedom than being freed from spiritual death!

One thing I’ve learned from Christ’s truth is I’m not perfect. I sin. But when I repent; God keeps me free from its devastating consequences. Repentance is a great liberator because Christ knows it isn’t comfortable living on the road of redemption.

Christ tells us this:

And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. (John 8:32)

How has Christ’s truth freed you?


Living a Christian life isn't being perfect or self-righteous. Often people misunderstand the characteristics of a saved life. I sure did. Salvation isn't the absence of sin, but freed from its bondage. Experiencing God's living Spirit and knowing Christ is the essence of salvation and a sign of your eternal destination. I hope you will share your faith with me so we can grow together in the image of Christ.

4 thoughts on “Freedom of Truth”

    1. Thanks mom for sharing. It’s been nice going to church together and the last few years have been special.

  1. Walter
    How has Christ’s truth freed you? Oh my, I should cut and paste our book here. LOL.
    Seriously, I am not the same sad, never satisfied, needy, nasty mouthed person I once was. That’s freedom! I no longer believe the world’s lies that I am worthless. In Christ I am a beautiful, kind, loving daughter with an eternal purpose: To be about my Father’s work.
    Thanks so much for your always thought provoking posts.

    1. Thanks Deb for stopping by and sharing. I’m with you since experiencing Christ’s freedom is an ongoing and never-ending freedom full of God’s liberty. GBY

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