Welcome to our service today. It’s great to have you here and we would love to invite you to stay after the service and join us for tea and coffee.
I have been listening to a new song this week which has the words “Who the Son sets free, is free indeed”. What a powerful statement. God loves us so much that He sent His one and only Son to die on the cross for us. In doing so, Jesus took the weight of our sin and shame upon Himself so that we may not live under it ourselves but be set FREE!! This blows my mind.
To live in this place of freedom brings light in the darkness, strength to the weak, and peace to the troubled. We don’t have to live under condemnation for “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus”. How often do we forget this?
To be set free means we don’t have to be bound by addictions or negative feelings and thoughts. Many of us suffer from these from time to time. So let’s bring those things to the foot of the cross, repent and ask for God’s forgiveness so we can live our lives truly set free as Christ intended.
With love & blessings,