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We Find Freedom when we invite others to help us get through what we are going through. When others are able to get to know the real you, they can help you move beyond those areas where you continually find yourself stuck in guilt, hurt, or shame, keeping you from living the full and abundant life God has for you.
Today’s Reflection Questions are designed to help you reflect on the principle of Finding Freedom and the steps you have made this year. As you reflect, slow down and celebrate the progress that has been made in this area during 2018.
Bible Verses – Find Freedom:
Romans 8: 1-2
So now there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus. 2 And because you belong to him, the power of the life-giving Spirit has freed you from the power of sin that leads to death.
Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.
Reflection Questions – Find Freedom:
Where did you see yourself experience personal growth? What is an area in your life that you still feel stuck in?
Who were the people God used to help you? Did you accept their love and help? If not, why not?
What steps do you need to take this coming year to find freedom in these areas of your life?
If you have not taken the steps necessary to find freedom from those things that are holding you back or in the areas you feel stuck, reflect why that is the case and what is holding you back.
Join a Group this winter semester starting January 19th. For information on Groups visit www.cedarcreek.tv/groups.
Attend week two of GrowthTrack which takes place every second week of the month to learn more about finding freedom and the next step for you. For information and times visit www.cedarcreek.tv/growthtrack.
Dear Father, please give me the wisdom to see the steps I need to take to find freedom in the areas of my life where I feel stuck, and please give me the strength to take these steps. Thank you for blessing me with people in my life who love me and whom you sent to help me through these rough patches in my life. Amen.
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