Review: Truly Free by:Robert Morris

Truly Free: Breaking the Snares That So Easily Entangle
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An important reminder on what keeps us from being truly free Jesus said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me” (Matthew 28:18). As believers, we have Christ and never need to be afraid. Yet it’s also true that we are not immune to the effects of evil. Christ has conquered sin and death, but in his infinite wisdom–for reasons that are often difficult for us to understand–evil is still permitted to exist. Even if we’re saved and trust in Christ, we may still find areas in which we just can’t get victory. Maybe it’s a sin we’ve confessed again and again or a constant struggle with depression, anger, or lust. These long-imbedded patterns of shameful living continue to entangle us day after day, month after month, and even year after year.
My Review:
 What is it like to totally be free in mind, body, and spirit? What would freedom look like to someone that is bound completely each and every days by so many afflictions, too many to even mention? To that individual freedom seems some what if not impossibly out of reach. We all know at least most of us, that to be in God and following His will is complete freedom, but unfortunately we still live in a sin ridden world that would love to swallow us up rather than see us succeed in Christ Jesus.

 In Robert Morris’ Truly Free, the author shares with us different afflictions and the causes how to to be delivered from them. You may learn after reading Truly Free, that the most undesirable things that you or someone you know may be doing is actually inviting demonic possession into your home. And that ain’t good?! We all need to read Truly Free so that we can begin and continue that life of freedom that God promises us all.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Look.

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