Jesus Guides Me To Freedom

by Thea Rezel

The roads on the image represent the different paths I take in my life. Some of them are straight, bent while others have a few curves. No matter how much I side track and fall into sin, Jesus is always waiting at the end of the road for me to return to Him. He died on the cross to save everyone, including those who feel like they are beyond saving. Jesus does not condemn me, and as long as I repent and desire for him in my life again, he will guide me towards freedom.


 

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