Miles G. McPherson on This July Fourth, Remember the Victims of Sex Trafficking

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 04: Atmosphere at A Capitol Fourth 2015 Independence Day concert at the U.S. Capitol, West Lawn on July 4, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Capitol Concerts)

If you have ever been around my home city of San Diego on the July 4th, you know that the firework show over the bay is absolutely epic. The “Big Bay Boom” lives up to its name, with at least four firework displays occurring in harmony across the city. Each year, this loud display lights up the night sky, inviting everyone in the United States to reflect on freedom.

And this always gets me thinking. What are the firework displays in my life?

As Christians, we have been set free. John 8:36 tells us that whoever the Son sets free, is free indeed. And if we are truly free, our lives should loudly declare it. Not through grand displays of self-righteous behavior or a “look at me” attitude, but through serving one another. Check out Galatians 5:13:

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Source: Christian Post