Got Freedom? by James L. Rubart

got freedom

Do you? Have freedom?

I think it’s an essential question if you’re a follower of Jesus. Because that’s why he came–to set us free.

  • “He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free,” Luke 4:18
  • “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” John 8:36
  • “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.” Gal 5:1

It’s all about freedom, friends. And if you’re like me, you have some, but you want more. Much more.

WARNING: Self-serving section coming up NOW!

I’m not sure how to write the next part of this post because it could come across as self-serving, but I’m going to give it a shot (and I think I redeem myself at the end of the post.)

My latest novel, Memory’s Door (the sequel to Soul’s Gate) releases today and I think it can help bring you more of that freedom we all long for. It certainly brought me freedom writing the book. I went through a deep personal and spiritual crisis during the weeks I wrote the novel, and in a way, Memory’s Door is a record of my dealing with a number of deep regrets and leaving them behind forever.

But enough of my thoughts. Here’s what Linda of Mocha with Linda says:

“Whew! Buckle your seat belt for this one! Soul’s Gate was simply a primer for the experiences that the Warriors Riding team have in store for them in Memory’s Door. James L. Rubart has created a gripping tale that will delight lovers of supernatural fiction, yet it is so much more than just a good story. Deeply thought-provoking, this novel puts flesh onto the usually unseen war of the spiritual realm as the team must discern who the enemy is and engage that enemy in a combat unlike any other. Rubart’s brilliantly woven plot depicts how devious and calculating demonic powers are, as well as how easily a seemingly strong believer can be deluded by their wiles and how those enemies feed off the regrets and baggage within a believer’s mind and soul. I pondered this one for days after finishing it, and eagerly anticipate the series conclusion. Don’t miss this important book and series!” Mocha with Linda. 


Allow me a moment of bluntness: I’d love you to buy a copy (or ten. You can click the cover above to go to Amazon). But if you’re not sure you want to pass up two visits to Starbucks, don’t buy it. But at least check it out from the library for free. Because free is my sincere desire for my sisters and brothers in Christ, and I believe this book could do that for you in a deep and powerful way.

About James L. Rubart

Husband, Dad, Author, Speaker
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3 Responses to Got Freedom? by James L. Rubart

  1. ediemelson says:

    Already own it! There is no way I’d miss one of your books. Besides being great reads, the stories always impact my heart and my life!


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