So, if the Son sets you free, you will be absolutely free. (John 8:36)
When the Lord frees you from all factors affecting the flow of your life, you are truly free from them all.
Christ came to set you free from the role of a wicked master(devil) and to reestablish that which has been stolen (our birthright as rulers and not slaves).
The devil truly doesn’t care about you, he sure comes in the disguise of a friend, but the truth is the devil wants to take away that promise of dominion and eternal life from you. So he promises you the idea of the whole world which he truly can’t give you.
“What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, yet lose or forfeit his very self? (Luke 9:25).
The devil can give you the little things, the obvious things, earthly pleasures, fame, riches at the price of your freedom, life and your inheritance in Jesus Christ (to have dominion over the earth).
All the things the devil promises you are all short term, after the time elapses what comes next is death and an eternal life of torture and regrets.
Why have it for a while when you can have it forever? This is the reason Christ has come to free us from the deceptive ways of the devil—that promise or the idea of true happiness or freedom which the devil says he would give.
Good news, true freedom and total happiness is here…and it can only be found in Christ Jesus, true freedom is knowing the truth of the Kingdom of God, knowing every possible result of your actions…knowing the truth from lies…true freedom is knowing that whoever is a believer in Christ is a new creation. The old way of living has disappeared (life of sin and lies). A new way of living has come into existence. (life of power and freedom from the rule the devil)
The question is; would you rather have a master who gives you freedom and life in abundance and changes your life from a common man to a king and brings you back into your original status and inheritance in Jesus Christ, giving you power to rule and have dominion over all He has created; or would you rather prefer someone who invades your life, selling the idea of rulership and power and all the riches of the world for a limited time at the expense of your life and freedom.
For “The thief (devil) cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I (Jesus) am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).