The Lord of Liberty (14 of 33) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Behold the Lamb
Ernest L. Easley
If you have any question about Jesus, then spend time in the gospel of John. It is from John's gospel you will discover who Jesus is, where Jesus is from … why Jesus came and was sacrificed on a cross.
Today from the 8th chapter, I want to show you what makes Jesus the Lord of Liberty!
David describes the Lord of Liberty in Psalm 146.7b, ''The Lord gives freedom to the prisoners.''
Paul delights in the Lord of Liberty in Romans 6.18, ''And having been set free from sin, you became slaves of righteousness.''
Jesus declares as the Lord of Liberty in John 8.32, ''And you shall know the truth, and truth shall set you free.'' And then in verse 36, ''Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed.''
Make no mistake about it: Jesus is the Lord of Liberty! He came to set the prisoners free! Paul explains it in Galatians 5.1, ''… Christ has made us free ..'' Free from Sin! Free from Self! Free from Satan!
We read about Jesus: The Lord of Liberty in the 8th chapter of John's gospel. So, take God's Word and join me in John chapter 8. I want to show you today from the Word of God how you can experience the life of liberty!
Friend … you don't have to be in prison to be a prisoner! Did you know that? In fact, I dare say that throughout this worship center are prisoners! Prisoners of addiction: Gambling, Alcohol, Pornography … Tobacco, Food! I know some people who are digging their own graves with their teeth!
Well, today we're reading about a woman who knew no liberty, no freedom and therefore had no hope. But how wonderful it is that when Jesus sees a person in bondage to sin, that He thinks not only about their sin, but their need of forgiveness. Jesus, the Lord of Liberty specializes in giving the Life of Liberty. And I'm here today to tell you that Jesus is offering to you today what He offered to this woman caught in adultery the Life of Libert ...
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