'The truth shall make you free' - I was a whistle-blower, I told the truth and have to suffer for it. I was threatened with my son's life. My business was greatly affected, so was my health.It is hard to understand that the people who are supposed to maintain law and order and look after the citizens of their country would do such mean things for their personal gains.Telling the truth doesn't set me free, it gave me Hell.
I'm so sorry that your telling the truth has hurt your life so much. In this world you may suffer, but GOD has the final word. HE knows and it will be made right! In John 14:6 "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me"...Jesus is Truth. Jesus will set you Free. That's the thought behind my use of this scripture for "FREE"
Meaningful version of Free we've mostly taken for granted.
It's true. Nice take on the theme.
Good take on the theme.Happy Weekend.
Jesus was talking to the Jews that by trusting and believing in Him, they will know the truth and the truth will set them free. Thanks for sharing the Word and the message of Free in this photohunt.Happy photohunting.
He will set you free....but at what cost? Even HIS life...the world is a vile strange place sometimes. Sorry to hear of your treatment --for their personal gains.If you haven't visited my 'free photo' drop by ---but wait, visiting hours aren't free by any means. It costs you to surf the 'net! rofl Drop by if you can. I'd love to have you share your comments.
An inspiring version of "free". :)
great take on today's theme and very true. Thanks for sharing the Word to all today.
meaningful interpretation of this week theme....thanks for dropping by to my site and hope to hear from you again...
freedom, it is not free
What a great idea for this weeks theme! Have a great weekend!
The best interpretations of free. :) It is not that "telling the truth" will set you free but that Christ IS the truth and HE sets you free, and freedom in Christ is freedom indeed.
Very much along the lines of my post! Nice shot.Have a great weekend! Thanks for visiting me.
You have an excellent FREE photo!~ Miss Emily
Great photo and a wonderful interpretation for the theme!
That is a liberating thought - the truth shall set you free. Great post.
Did he ever say there would be no price for freedom?
There was a price but Jesus paid it All....
Wonderful choice. Thanks for visiting mine.
The truth does set us free, though telling the truth/embracing the truth is not always appreciated by everyone.Thanks for sharing & stopping by!http://thememesection.com
Thanks for stopping by mine...yes, we did have the same thought!!
Wow you did a great job in photo hunting! Very great choice for the theme. i am very amazed of how you come up for the week's theme. Happy weekend! And thank you so much for dropping by.FREE RIDE
Good choice! Thank you for visiting my blog.
Very nice take on the theme.
So true!I like your take on the theme...well done :)
Great "free" theme; ultimate freedom.www.diaryof1.com
nice take on the theme.
Good choice on the theme!
A good idea for free. Thanks for visiting.
Very true, salvation is free.
Ouh. Didn't see this coming. But nice take, I must say. :)
One of my favorite scriptures.http://byrningbunny.wordpress.com/
inspiring and truly meaningful. :D
Good Morning Ann,What a truthful verse. "THANK YOU" for sharing it with us. I hope you have had a great weekend. Mine was pretty good. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.Love & Hugs,Karen H.
Hmmm.. this is something I call free too. But of course we have to not just accept the free part without doing nothing
Nice take on FREE PH.
Knowing the truth indeed makes people free, but believing that they know the truth puts many people in bondage. They feel compelled to impose their religious tradition on others because they "know" they're right. Something I know that helps leave me free to genuinely respect the traditions of others is that I know that what we have is Christian "faith," not "Christian knowledge." If it were knowledge, any bright Muslim, Jew, Hindu etc. would be able to grasp it and these religions would have died out centuries ago.
I have noticed two things about that verse, first, the freedom is progressive as we know and live the truth and second, this freedom is the inner, spiritual kind and doesn't necessarily translate into the physical. But we can be free in Christ even when in chains - of any type. ec
Awesome post for this week's hunt theme. I should have thought of that.Thank you so much for sharing.
Very meaningful take on the theme, well done!!Happy PH :)
Jesus has freed me from the bondage of sin! He has forgiven me of ALL my sins... and has even forgotten my sins... now that is FREE! "What sins are you talking about? I don't remember them anymore!" I am thankful for my FREE gift of salvation and my FREE trip to heaven one day! Love your take on FREE!
That is what i call a perfect take on the photo hunt. Thank you for sharing it. I love it.
What an inspiring post on Free. Awesome, Ann. Thank you.
Just dropping in for a quick visit and wanted to see how you were doing. Hope you and yours have a blessed day.Laura
thanks for this one...
I think that this was my favorite interpretation of free... Great choice. Thanks for stopping by... Come back anytime
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