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  • 2015 May 01
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Ed Young Television Devotional
Freedom isn't free

TOPICS: Freedom, Security, Relationship, Jesus, Sacrifice

DEVOTIONAL: "Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one's life for his friends." John 15:13

THINK

Today, we honor and remember the sacrifice that so many men and women have made in order to secure our freedom. The fact is, freedom is far from free. It is a costly gift, provided by those who are willing to lay down their lives for others. Every day, we live with that freedom; but it's not just the freedom we experience in America.

Jesus Christ laid down His life of every one of us. His sacrifice provides us the ultimate freedom - freedom from sin and freedom to experience a relationship with God. Have you discovered that freedom? It's a gift. Receive it today. And experience the ultimate freedom every day … forever!

PRAY

Thank God for the sacrifice that so many have made for our freedoms in this country. And then, thank Him for making the ultimate sacrifice of His Son so that you can have that ultimate freedom.

ACT

Don't take your freedom for granted. As you enjoy a day off, make sure you remember those who have died to provide you with the freedom you have.

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