Experiencing the Ultimate Freedom - Ed Young Television Devotional - 6/17

Ed Young Television Devotional

Experiencing the Ultimate Freedom

“Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” 2 Corinthians 3:17


The bedrock of the United States of America is freedom. Throughout our history, we have fought and sacrificed for our freedom as well as the freedom of others. People will often say that America is free because the Constitution affords us our freedom. That’s a myth, though. The freedom that we enjoy isn’t just a freedom that man made. It is an ultimate freedom given to us by God.

It’s great to be proud to be an American. There’s value in holding high the freedoms and experiences we have here. But the greatest freedom any of us can ever experience is eternal security and peace through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Have you experienced the ultimate freedom? Have you shared the reality of that freedom with those around you?


Thank God for providing a way to ultimate freedom through His Son, Jesus Christ. Ask Him to give you opportunities to talk about that freedom with those around you.


This week, write out a thank you note to God, whether it’s on a napkin, in a journal, or on a scrap piece of paper. Carry that with you this week as a reminder of what He has done for you.

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