We were not meant to be slaves. God created us to live freely and cherish every moment of life-but then sin came into the world and changed everything for the worse. Sin claims to be the best servant, but it is the worst taskmaster. It lures us into the promise of absolute freedom and then delivers ultimate oppression. Millions of people have never lived the lives they ought to have lived because they have been enslaved by bad habits or a shameful past. Many have tried to move on to a new life, but the shackles that hold them down are so heavy that they feel impotent to take another step forward. Is there hope? How can we be free indeed? Can we be liberated from bad habits and a shameful past and enjoy a new life in Christ? Yes! It is possible! Journey to Freedom: Leaving the Past Behind and Moving to a New Life demonstrates that Exodus is much more than God taking His people out of slavery; it is also God taking slavery out of His people. You will learn that God can break the shackles that hold you down but that you are not truly free until you decide to get up and walk out of your prison. You will be able to understand that deliverance is something God does for you and that transformation is something God does inside of you. You will learn that beyond taking them to the "Land of the Promise," God wanted to transform them into the "People of the Promise." You will realize that although it is a true account that happened thousands of years ago, Exodus is still applicable and highly relevant for us today. You will be able to identify yourself in Moses, Aaron, the Israelites, and-who knows-perhaps even Pharaoh. I hope you prayerfully consider going on this journey. I strongly believe this may be your first step into the life God has always intended for you.
America's values have given way to the Regime's ideologies. The Regime has imposed its philosophy of "benefitting the collective at the expense of the individual" as what is needed in the new Aplitacon society so that everyone can be made "equal." The Regime will stop at nothing to convince the once-free America that the "gain" to be achieved for the collective far outweighs the loss of individual freedom. Bethany's memories of family and lessons from childhood will be all that she and those brave enough to fight will have to arm themselves with in order to reclaim the country they once knew before the Regime came into power. Only those who remember a better way of life and their God given freedoms will have a chance to answer the call of "Freedom's Fight" before freedom is lost forever. May God bless America!
Ironic Freedom asserts that freedom from governmental interference may make people vulnerable to other sources of coercion; these affects vary by gender, race, and class. Increasing negative freedoms may reinforce existing asymmetrical power relationships within society.