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Living Free - Week 2

The enemy wants us to be self-focused so that we can determine our own rightness or wrongness, comparing ourself with others. When Christ focused we are looking to God's goodness instead of our own.

We look to Jesus' obedience for our right standing with God. We are not depending on our obedience to what we know to be right with God. The grace we are given is about us receiving what has already been done for us. We receive for today the goodness God has and wants for us.

As we look to Jesus in our storm we are able to walk over it or through it at peace in spite of our circumstances. Our works are the result of effort. Fruit is the result of living our life God's way.

When our focus is on God's goodness, for He is completely good, we fear not. We judge not, neither giving or receiving condemnation, accepting that our best with God is His great pleasure for us. God loves you!

Jesus says, "It is finished." As a believer you are the righteousness of God; not some of the time, but all of the time - no exceptions. God does not condemn us, we shouldn't either. The accuser is the root of all condemnation. An all knowing God chose you to be His own.

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