Mike Riches

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Recovering God's Freedom

A personal relationship with Christ enables us to enter into a restored relationship with God and to recover what was lost to sin and Satan.

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Introduction

I. God's work: Jesus came to buy our freedom

II. Our responsibility to respond to God's work

III. Effecting spiritual transaction

IV. Having a repentant heart

V. Praying and living out repentance

Mike Riches is pastor of Harborview Christian Fellowship in Gig Harbor, Washington, director of the Sycamore Commission, and author of Living Free.

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Keith Alan Mannes

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This is really clear and helpful. Thank-you.

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