One random night, sitting at my vanity while brushing my hair, I heard, “Unbind him & let him go”. This was referring to Lazarus after he was resurrected. I grabbed my Bible and started reading. While my first interpretation was to let someone go in my personal life, God's revelation shined through.
See, Jesus told Lazarus to come forth from the tomb. And when he did, he still had the grave clothes all around his body. The unbinding was referring to the cloth still on his body. This cloth represented the previous state or season. Jesus was speaking about what was present in Lazarus.
Today, we can see how previous seasons and trauma leave us bound. We are still walking around with the words of an ex, or even the feelings and emotions of childhood. These things leave us bound. We’ve come out of the grave, we’ve left that previous season, but we still have the past on us. As we embrace this new year, we must also be willing to unbind ourselves from the past as well as unbind others from their past.
Jesus wants us to be unbound so we can do great things for Him. He wants us to be let go of, so we can go into the places He has destined for us. He wants to see His daughters set free so they can experience another level of living. Just like Lazarus, we’ve all left a previous state, but the scars of that season were still on us, revealing what we had been through.
Today, God is saying (your name come forth), "Unbind her and Let Her Go!"
Come forth into your new season and everything of old must unbind you and let you go!
"...he cried with a loud voice, "Lazarus, come forth." And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with grave clothes: and his face was bound about with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them, "Unbind him and let him go."
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