by Adrian Rogers

Liberated Living
Adrian Rogers
Galatians 5:1

Would you turn to Galatians chapter five.

We're in a series of messages entitled ''God's Amazing Grace.'' And we have been in the book of Titus. We move now to the book of Galatians. Galatians chapter five. I want to speak to you today on this subject, Liberated Living. Now, Jesus came to set the captives free. He breaks the power of canceled sin, He sets the prisoner free. Satan, on the other hand, wants to enslave and to make you a slave and a servant of sin. Satan is not looking for casualties, he's looking for converts that he can enslave.

The interesting thing is that we have a world that speaks so much about freedom and knows so little about it. We speak, for instance, about reproductive freedom. That's a good phrase isn't it? Reproductive freedom. Do you know what they mean by that? The right to live like elicits and kill babies. And, they call that reproductive freedom. Oh, they talk about freedom of the press. What they mean by that is the so-called right to print dirt, not since man had an island was sold for twenty four dollars has so much dirt been sold so cheaply in America. Call that freedom. They say, now, don't give me that God stuff. I want to be free. We've gotten rid of God.

That reminds me of a man on a seven forty seven and a Trans Atlantic flight, comes out of the cockpit and says, Good News, I've thrown the pilot out. We're free. We're free. People want to cast of restraint, but it is Jesus who has come to set us free. Look at this passage of scripture. Galatians five verse one. Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage. Some translations give that, the yoke of self-effort. Well, let's talk about this freedom that we have in the Lord Jesus Christ. I want us to talk about the dimensions of a life of liberty and the dynamics of a life of liberty. Can we remember that? First of all, what are the dimen ...

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