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  • Dana Wade


God created you with an endless amount of potential, but unless you take time to explore how you can maximize that potential, you will never know what you are able to accomplish in this life.

Who doesn't want freedom, right?? And I don't know anyone that doesn't want to fulfill the purpose for which they were created, but in order for that to be realized, we must be honest enough to admit we may need be held captive in some way, and need restoration in our souls. It's only from this place of restoration that our potential is realized, and there are no shortcuts. No one is void of the process and sacrifice that transformation demands, no one.

The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life that never reached its full potential.

Sometimes reaching that potential means we have to go through the process of soul deliverance. Deliverance in your thoughts, emotions, heart and your will to make right decisions. I do believe this is an ongoing process in all our lives, that first must be recognized, and then sought out. Getting free is one thing, but staying free is another thing.

I want to go on a journey of deliverance and freedom with you for the next few weeks or so. I want to create a pathway of freedom for you, so you can walk out of the pain of your past.

This weeks first step to freedom will be the inquiry stage with the Lord. Taking time to ask God some questions about your current state of being. Ask him honest and hard questions and then take time to position yourself to hear his voice.

1st day: Get alone and just be quiet and still your mind. Position yourself in silence and solitude as you begin to ask God about the things that have been weighing you down.

2nd Day: Continue searching out with the Lord by reading the Exodus story, starting in Exodus chapter 1. Write down anything God highlights to you from the story

3rd Day: Journal the highlighted words or memories that was highlighted to you and look up by way of definition anything you wrote down. Sometimes we think we understand things, but God can bring further enlightenment as we search it out.

Love and blessings to you all as you inquire of the Lord this week.


Don't forget to reach out to me if you desire more help.

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