Freeing the Oppressed (Luke 8:26-39)

Phillip HopwoodPhillip Hopwood, June 26, 2016
Part of the Misc. series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

What can we learn from the strange healing of the man with many demons in Luke 8:26-39? This man who "for a long time" had "been homeless and naked, living in a cemetery outside of town"? This is the darks state that many people feel they are in and desperately need to be freed from.

What is the freedom that Jesus brings to this man, and offers to give us all? How do we live that new freedom?

Tags: addictions, demoniac, depression, freedom, identity, Jesus, legion, Luke 8:26-39, miracle, trauma

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