YOU HAVE THE VICTORY ALREADY

YOU HAVE THE VICTORY ALREADY

Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world. 1John 4:4 (KJV)

The first way to operate as an overcomer is to remain connected to the word of God. Secondly, you must know your rights in Christ so that you can operate as an over comer. Don’t remain a babe in Christ. Take a quality decision to grow in the things of the spirit.

Beloved it is not enough to come to church, sing, dance and hi-five every person. As good as all that is, you must develop spiritual muscles, because if you don’t, the devil can still pluck out your eyes. That will not be your portion in Jesus name.

Another vitally important decision you must take is to always sit at the feet of the Master and stay connected. As we climax the age, evil will increase and so you cannot afford to toy with your Christian experience. The devil, like a roaring lion is still in the business of looking for those whom he may devour so don’t choose the services to attend. When you skip services for any and every reason, you will not be fully equipped to function like you are supposed to. The devil likes it when you don’t load yourself with the word because he knows that you can only function based on the amount of revelation that you have.

When you refuse to feed on the word, you will definitely function like a servant even though you are a son. Understand that for as long as you take advantage of your position in Christ, you will always overcome, so when next the enemy comes around, remind him that you are a joint heir with Christ and let him know that the Greater One lives in you and he will flee from you.

Beloved, whatever cannot touch Christ cannot touch you. Col. 3:3 says that your life is hid with Christ in God and Zec. 2:8 says he that touches you touches the apple of God’s eye. Those who laughed at you are coming back to laugh with you. Rejoice for it is your time to testify.

Further Reading: 1 John 4:1 – 12 Daily Bible Reading: Morning Judges 7-8, Evening Luke 5:1-16

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