Freedom and Dedication

25 Sep

Freedom and Dedication…

Hanukkah is the festival that happened between the Old and New Testament. It’s about persecution and tyranny. The people of God had to rise up, commit themselves to serving God, battle and win the great battle. They won, cleansed the Temple, and dedicated it to God.

It was called Hanukkah, the festival of freedom. However, Hanukkah doesn’t mean freedom in Hebrew, it means dedication. We all want to be free from our sins or bondages. Yet, the feast of freedom is the feast of dedication.

The secret of freedom is dedication. Dedicate yourself to God’s purposes. Freedom comes when you’re in God’s will. If you’re half-hearted with God, double-minded, without commitment, you’re never going to be free.

If you’ll commit to God and His purposes for your life with your heart, mind, soul and strength, you’ll find freedom and victory. Victory that’s not just an experience – it’ll turn your failure into victory. Dedicate the victory to Him.

Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture. Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord;
trust in him and he will do this: Psalm 37:3-5

Commit your actions, will, thoughts to God’s way and you’ll live victorious and in freedom. Therefore with your dedication will come your freedom.

Take a part of your day and dedicate it to the Lord by doing things His way – not yours.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,


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