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Free Will is God's Greatest Gift

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Of all the God given gifts we are so graciously given by God, did you know that God has given each of us a gift so POWERFUL that it trumps even His own power? It’s true. People use this God given gift every day to help others. Sometimes they even use it bash others over the head. Christian or not, you have this power that can stop God in His tracks and even reverse His good works.

The Greatest Gift of God is FREE WILL.

“As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.” - Psalm 103:12 -

So then, depite Psalm 103:12, why are my transgressions still right in front of my face? Because my own free will gets in the way. God removes my transgressions and I take them back. It’s like playing spiritual tug-of-war. If I take them back enough times, eventually He’ll let me keep them.

God values your Free Will so much that once you make a decision He will not get in your way to stop you. Even if your actions are against the good that God is trying to do for you. This principle works for good and for bad. Taking back transgression and sin that God removed from me is bad. So when God removes your trangressions then stop taking them back!

It’s a good thing to take His promises into my heart making them my own. It’s good to pull His spiritual blessings toward me. It’s good to push away evil. Free will brings the most tender loving care. And free will can also bring vile hated with the most despicable acts. You decide which, Love or Hate; it’s your destiny that you are living.

How are you using YOUR gift of FREE WILL to serve God, serve yourself, and serve the world?

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