The Lord's Prayer

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Ever prayed and nothing seems to happen? Waiting for Godly miracles to happen? Re-start by understanding Prayer in all it's glory and power. Because truly understanding The Lord's Prayer will show responsibilities towards God as a "Blood, Sweat and Tears" prayer of fear for God More
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Free From Bondage Ministry was started just a few short years ago. As a newly ordained minister, I felt that too many people were tinkering around with God's Word. Translating it into what made them comfortable, rather than how God's Word could help them be accountable and truly righteous. And the stakes are too high to be tinkering. It is your eternal life you are gambling with.
Because there is a distinct difference between saying to believe in God, and acting as a believer in God. And that difference could make all the difference for your salvation.
The message from Free From Bondage Ministry is simple, yet not easy. But we have seen "miracles" that even many with a strong faith discard as "impossible". Which made us aware that the message we got from God needed to be brought to a bigger public. Hence these books. There is more information available at our website: www.freefrombondage.weebly.com
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May God bless you,
Free From Bondage Ministry.

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Review by: Beth R on Nov. 06, 2016 :
This is an interestingly different perspective on the meaning of the Lord's Prayer. I enjoy different perspectives, but it concerns me that simeone without a strong Biblical foundation might be confused about how God's grace works. Jesus Christ paid for our sins "once for all" (Romans 6:10).
We will continue to sin even after we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, but Jesus told Peter we are clean, we just need to wash our feet (John 13:10). From all I have studied throughout the Bible, I feel strongly we are God's, we just need to continually get back on track.
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