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What does it truly mean to be free? Many people only view freedom in the context of physical bondage. While physical bondage is a form of slavery, there are people who aren’t incarcerated physically, but are enslaved mentally. Are these individuals free? Absolutely not! After being sentenced to 18 years in prison, I realized that I was incarcerated prior to being arrested. Because of this, I desired to change my lifestyle. I started by accepting Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. As I began to read the Word of God and apply it to my life, God revealed a profound principle. He taught me that since in fact I was in prison before I was arrested, I could be free before I was released. Yes! Where you are does not determine who you are. True freedom comes from the inside out. From that day forward, I made it my responsibility and priority
to renew my mind with the Word of God. It’s important that Christians everywhere realize that their outward actions are only manifestations of their inward thoughts. For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he. (Proverbs 23:7) The word heart in this scripture refers to the mind of man. The way we think about ourselves and our situation will be made known through our words and actions. Before we do anything we think about it first and act second. Every physical thing we see originated from a thought. Although I was in a physical prison for 5 years, I walked around as a free man. I was able to do this because I was free in my spirit and in my mind. Because of this, my physical body soon followed.

Our God is a God of order. 1 Thess. 5: 23 states, “And the God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” The Apostle Paul taught that God is concerned about our entire being, spirit, soul, and body. As believers we can no longer attempt to solve physical problems with physical solutions, knowing that physical manifestations are the results of internal thoughts. To change who we are we must change what we believe about ourselves. We are who Jesus says we are. To change what we see, we must change what we say. “For out of the abundance of the heart (mind) the mouth speaks.” (Matt. 12:34) Therefore, in order to change what comes out of our mouths, we must change what enter into our minds. Whatever we place in us will come out of us. “Garbage in, Garbage out!” We cannot expect to deposit worldly seeds and expect a heavenly harvest. Be not deceived God is not mocked whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (Gal. 6:7) There are two things that influence the way people think. These two things consist of what people both see and hear. The eyes and ears are the doors to the mind. It is very important that we protect our minds on a daily basis. Proverbs 4:20-23 states: My son, pay attention to what I say; listen closely to my words. Do not let them out of your sight, keep them within your heart (mind); for they are life to those who find them and health to a man's whole body. Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life. Remember our actions are manifestations of our thoughts. If we want to change our behavior, whether criminal or sinful, we first must change our thinking.


It’s impossible for anyone to transform their ceiling into someone else’s floor without first understanding the “ceiling/floor” concept.

With six sons at home, I’m sure you can imagine the bumping and stomping that’s heard over my head. There are countless times, I’ve had to yell, “Who’s doing all that stomping and bumping over my head?” Of course, the boys would respond by blaming one another. I’m sure you can relate to my experiences by reflecting on many of your own.


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