For sin shall not be master over you, for you are not under law but under grace. - Romans 6:14
President Lincoln understood the ruin slavery was bringing to individuals, families, and the nation, and, in 1863, issued the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing the slaves. But it took a long time for the declaration of liberty to reach the scattered plantations and slave quarters. Even when I was a child in the Deep South, signs marked facilities for “White” and “Colored.” Let the word go out that the old slave master of sin has been defeated by Jesus Christ. Humanity’s Emancipation Proclamation has been signed with His blood.
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Often, we don't know what to say when we get in the presence of God. The Apostles saw that when Jesus prayed, power came into life — a light, a power, and a relevance that was supernatural. They understood that to tap into this power, they would need to learn to pray as Jesus prayed. Join Dr. Ed Young as he shares practical lessons from the Lord's Prayer and discover the power through prayer that can be yours today.