In the Bible, the twelfth chapter of the book of Acts, King Herod had the Apostle Peter thrown into prison, for preaching about the Lord Jesus Christ. While Peter slept, bound by two chains, an angel of the Lord appeared and the chains on his arms fell off. He got up and followed the angel out of the prison, to the home of Mary, the mother of John Mark. There was a prayer meeting going on here, with many gathered together, praying for Peter. When he knocked on the gate a young girl came to answer. When she realized who it was, she ran back to the house to tell everyone that Peter was outside at the gate. They didn't believe her report, saying that it couldn't be him but instead, it probably was his angel. They finally went to check and were shocked to find out, it really was Peter. God had answered their prayers!
We all face some kind of bondage throughout our life time. This isn't to say that everyone experiences, at one time or another, getting locked up in jail. Instead, it's saying that we all have sin in our life, that has to be renounced. If we try to deal with it on our own, we find that it's impossible to overcome, no matter how hard we try. Similar to the Apostle Peter being locked up in a prison, we too are restrained by certain sins and we aren't able to break free.
As God sent an angel to open those locked doors for Peter, he will do this exact same thing for you and me. If we continue to seek the Lord for deliverance, he will perform a glorious miracle. Repenting from the heart, we must confess our sins to God, asking for his cleansing power to forgive and wash us clean. If you are willing to diligently keep praying about those things you wrestle with, Jesus Christ will make those chains fall off and he will give you victory, over the enemy of your soul. And, when Jesus sets you free, you are definitely free!