John 8:32 "And you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free"
The breakthroughs you have been fighting to have for years can happen in a supernatural instant. I want to ask you a very important question, "Have you often felt anxious, worried, or fearful that the worst would happen to you and your family? These negative, exhausting emotions are merely flags that indicate what we truly believe about ourselves, our lives, and God.
If worrying or being fearful seems to be your natural mode, what you need to do is keep hearing and learning about how much God loves you and how precious you are to Him.
John 8:32 is a verse that has been widely used, even in secular circles. But what does it really mean? What is the truth that sets you free? We need to recognize that Jesus said this to the Jews of His day. These were people who at an early age grew up studying and learning the law. Yet these people, much like today, still battled with fears, anxieties, sicknesses, and all kinds of oppression, bondage and addictions. So what is the truth that Jesus was talking about, this truth that would set them free from a destructive lifestyle?
It clearly couldn’t be the law because they were already well versed in the law. The truth Jesus was talking about, the real truth was the grace and unmerited favor of God. Freedom can only be found in grace. Jesus came by "grace and truth" (John 1 :17). The word "came" in this context is used as a singular verb, meaning grace and truth are one in the same thing. Truth = Grace. It's the truth of God's grace that sets you free.