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So if the Son sets you free, you are free indeed!

John 8:36 NASB

Daily Devotions

With the end of December comes the end of the year, and I for one am ready to get going on the new one. I pray that your year has ended with blessings and an intimate acceptance of the love of our King and Savior. As we begin the new year, I pray that you will join me in a daily look at God’s word and learn with me who He is. All December devotionals have been moved to their own page, accessible through the link at the bottom of the Devotionals page. As January and 2022 begins, let us look for the coming of our King, and in the meantime, let us fall in love with Him more and more each day.

About Me

Hi, I’m Melissa. I’m a middle aged lover of Jesus Christ, mother of one beautiful daughter, and grandmother of 2 precious boys.

I have been set free, and like His word says, I am FREE INDEED. My heart is to share my journey to Freedom in Christ and what He has taught and is teaching me day by day.

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