Zach Williams - "No Longer Slaves" (Live from Harding Prison)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Longer Slaves (Live from Harding Prison) | Zach Williams

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A servant can’t know the heart motivations of God but a friend knows intimately who the Father is and how He thinks. We have been invited into friendship and only through friendship can we establish His Kingdom on earth as it is in Heaven.

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Here’s the thing, if we believe God is about control, it affects everything. Every experience and encounter is filtered through the insecurity of our relationship with a small God. A control-based perspective of God is evidenced by the subtle anxiety we experience in our heart when the furnace breaks down, to the blatant sense of righteousness when a rapist gets the death penalty.

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