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Free

Freedom, there's nothing like it.
You are free to go.

Free to go to the place the Lord has given you.

You have everything you need. You won't fail, because the Lord will be with you. You are strong, you are mighty, you are ready.

The Lord has signed off.

Go.

Walk in your destiny. Fly butterfly fly. He has plans for you. You will be listened to. Your suffering is over. People will bow down1 to you like they did for Joseph2. That cistern3 you were thrown in has made you a warrior, because you got out. That prison4 cell you were in has made you humble, because you stayed with God. Those lies told against you5 have withered away to nothing to stand on, because they were baseless.

Now, walk in. Hold your head up. People are not seeing you anymore, they're seeing God. Every stride of your walk is like a lion, smooth and strong. Your countenance is confident and welcoming. People will flock to you. They will like you.

The hard part has been finished. You are now ready to fly this airplane. Your passengers will have a pleasant trip and arrive safely.

Because you are now free.

Free to go.  
 

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Footnotes:
1. Genesis 42
2. Genesis 37
3. Genesis 37:12-46
4. Genesis 39:20-23
5. Genesis 39:1-18

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