The law of Moses didn’t set people free. In fact, it affected the opposite result. The problem that the Jews faced was that they were unable to live up to the law. Try as they might, they couldn’t live perfect lives or be life-long law-keepers. But they tried. And every effort that was made to obey the law and find freedom from sin resulted in a new bondage to legalistic practices in life. It was when Christ came and died that real freedom could be found – freedom that didn’t exist under the burden of the law. It was this freedom that Paul and Barnabas taught at Antioch in Pisidia. It was this freedom that led to the conversion of many non-Jewish Greeks who realized that they could find freedom only in what Christ had done for them – not in what they could do themselves, but it what He did on their behalves. The good news it that what Jesus did on behalf of the people then He did for all people of all time. It means we can be free, too, if we simply accept and place our faith in what He did on the cross. Are you free?