I was thinking about how some of us are in invisible prisons today, even as we try to appear free to people. There is a spiritual depression on so many, so many thousands that I will preach to this weekend and nobody can see it because we paint the walls with a smile, but we live behind bars on the inside. It's an invisible prison; it's ways of thinking, and reasoning, and fearing. Because, when I realized John was in two different prisons at the same time, it clarified the text for me. One was the one that Herod Antipas put him in for saying what he didn't want to hear, but the other one, was an invisible prison. The other one is one that I'm all too familiar with, this is the prison of your expectations, this is the prison of your plans; this is the prison of what you thought God was going to do.