Galatians 5:1 was written in the summer of 2015. I wrote this meditation just because it’s one of my favorite passages in the bible. I picked the redwoods for the backdrop because I visited them recently and loved the path in the redwoods and imagined that Jesus met me on the way to talk to me and take out the burdens in my sack. My friend and mentor Lynn from my church helped me edit and make additions to broaden the list of burdens people struggle with. I’ve struggled in the past with legalism, people pleasing, and allowing myself to be in dysfunctional relationships with people. I love that Christ does not try to control, manipulate or lie to us. He came to offer freedom and joy. This is a verse I repeat to myself and to my clients on a regular basis. God does not come to oppress us or guilt us or condemn us. He offers freedom through his Spirit to love and serve him. Service does not come out of pressure or condemnation but out of joy and love. If it’s out of our own works, it’s not really from him. I have to catch myself each time I find myself moving in the works from self, instead of moving in the Spirit with God doing the work.
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