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"You are priceless, you must repeat this always: I am not up for sale, I do not have a price. I am free! Fall in love with this freedom, which is what Jesus offers."

Please advise me below issues, thank you so much.

1. "Always" can be used at the end of the sentence, isn't it?

2. "I do not have a price" has the same meaning as "I am priceless"?

3. Please point out if any mistake.

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anonymous1. "Always" can be used at the end of the sentence, isn't it?

You want "can't it", not "isn't it". Yes, "always" can be used that way.

anonymous2. "I do not have a price" has the same meaning as "I am priceless"?

Does "I do not have a price" have the same meaning as "I am priceless"?

Not really. The first is a simple statement of the fact that no monetary value is attached to you. The second is figurative and means that you are so valuable that no amount of money however large can buy you.

anonymous3. Please point out if any mistake.

"Please point out any mistakes."

The passage confuses two different meanings of "free". "Freedom" has nothing to do with cost.