According to (Galatians 2:20) “For I have been crucified with Christ, it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me, and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”
God has given us a gift of our free will to choose, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16).
Our free will is God given to choose right from wrong, and to be certain when making choices for the good of others and for ourselves.
In the world there is a “coercing spirit” let loose at this time of Christmas, which coerces to obligation instead of free giving. Jesus came into this world to free us of the obligations to do against our free will as a sign of respect or to receive favour back.
Jesus is a free gift from the Father who loves us all so much. He knew that we needed a Saviour from all the world’s counterfeits of “free will,” to do against one’s will for fear of missing out on recognition, or fear of choosing against man’s ideals as proper and in accordance with tradition.
The coercing spirit of darkness becomes activated when a person, against their better judgement, just goes along with a tradition so as not to look offensive to the people around them.
Jesus is free for all who will freely believe and give their lives to Him, in the free will choice to follow Him as our Saviour.
Peace is what all people seek, the inner peace which settles issues without a lingering doubt.
Peace is what enables people to make good and wise choices for our lives and those in our care for a good future.
Whenever free will has been coerced to do other than their free will – choices are wrongly made to please others, but have consequences for a lifetime of forced hard labour to keep the people who coerced us appeased, and to be highly in their favour.
Jesus is the only way, the truth, and the life we should choose, for with Him we can have all of God’s special blessings as (Philippians 4:19) declares to us, “My God supplies for all my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”
People have a blood bought right Jesus paid on the cross for our free will to be retained. If any of us have fallen victim at some time to the coercing against our free will, and any of our family members as well – to now repent and receive back the free gift God has given us of our free will by Christ Jesus:
“Jesus we acknowledge that by our receiving the free gift of free will, we have chosen to be coerced against our free will to do what we did not choose freely, but out of an obligation. Lord Jesus we acknowledge that we have sinned against you through being misled by the coercing spirit of Satan to become enslaved to obligation and not a free will lifestyle, of being free to choose the good for ourselves and those in our care.
We are truly sorry, and now Father thankyou that we cannot do anything apart from you, so in Jesus’ name we ask for your Holy Spirit to open the eyes and ears of our understanding as to what you want us to know and to do, and in Jesus’ name we bind all the powers of darkness and tell you Satan “Go in Jesus’ name,” and may the peace of Christ Jesus be indwelt within us all, Amen.”