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What Happens When You Break The Shackles Of Bondage?

Breaking the shackles of bondage is huge. Huge.

When it happens for us, we want to scream at the top of our lungs and dance in praise! And we will. And people won’t understand but that’s okay.

You might be questioned, even by fellow believers. If you’ve forgiven, you may hear, “Are you sure you’ve truly forgiven?”

If you have been freed from an eating disorder, you might hear, “Well, you’re still too skinny, are you sure you’re over it?”

I could go on and on but you get the idea and if you’ve received the gift of being released from any bondage, you’ve likely heard some of those things.

When we break free from one area of bondage, it may bring to light another area that was hidden in the shadows. It doesn’t mean we’ve failed. It’s another opportunity to utilize what we learned from the last season of bondage.

Our enemy is the master of deceit. He doesn’t want you free from any bondage because it lessens his ability to nab you. He may even employ those who should stand behind us, to try and bring us back into chains.

Don’t allow that. There is a reason we are told to put on our armor. If we didn’t need it, God wouldn’t have instructed us to utilize it. It is needed, daily. Don’t be fooled.

Put on that armor, even on those days where it weighs a million pounds and seems too hard. We need to be on our knees, giving Christ our burden and allowing Him to give us rest.

Keep fighting, sweet sister. Don’t give the enemy your winnings! Keep on praising and dancing!

“For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1

Blessings,

Melsiggy

4 Comments

  1. Amen Sister!
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  2. Thankyou for your post , I am working on getting free from my shackles! Reading your blog has been very helpful!

  3. that’s for sure gf! even your pastor may try to stomp on your testimony!

  4. I agree with you. Sometimes it’s all in our heads. The only way we can clear up our minds is to fully entrust ourselves to the power of God.

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