Are you weighed down with sorrow or imprisoned in the shackles of sin? Isaiah 61:1 proclaims that God is ready to heal broken hearts and liberate captives. But how can you take hold of this priceless gift of freedom? As Brenda Scarborough explains, true freedom comes through intimacy with God.
Scarborough’s text is divided into two parts: first, she teaches us how to identify our particular strongholds and find release from them. The key step is understanding who we are in relation to our Father, resulting in a more intimate relationship with Him. Scarborough uses scripture and personal stories to teach you exactly what God thinks of you: He treasures you, He calls you His son or daughter, and He wants you to be filled with joy and peace. Scarborough doesn’t shy away from the hard fact that all of us are tainted by sin—but neither does she hold back when explaining God’s wondrous grace.
In the second part of the book, Scarborough encourages you to take action. God not only freed you from something but for something! Now that you’re free, it’s time to go into the world, offering to others the same hope you’ve been given.
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