Jacob had ruined his life. He had lied to and cheated his family, and now he was about to pay! When his brother threatened to kill him, Jacob fled for his life, and while running away from his sin, he ran straight into God! Surprisingly, God met Jacob in love, and it changed his life. Sometimes we also try to run from the consequences of our sin, but we must remember that God’s love is greater than our sin! He longs to restore us to Himself if we will just surrender.
The Truth Will Set You Free
The truth will set you free… It’s a well known saying, and most people have heard it quoted at some point in their lives. But who said it, what was the context, and what does it really mean? To answer these questions, we must zoom out from these few but powerful words, and get the bigger picture. But not just a bigger picture, we need an accurate picture to understand clearly what the speaker of these words was communicating. Join us for this three part series as we explore the true meaning behind this often misquoted and misunderstood phrase.