And I got it, thank God! In the Messiah, in Christ, God leads us from place to place in one perpetual victory parade… – 2 Corinthians 2:14 (Message Bible).
A very important truth about who you are in Christ is that you’re superior to Satan (Luke 10:17-19); you’ve overcome the world (1 John 4:4), and have crucified the flesh with its affections and lusts (Galatians 5:24). You have dominion over sin (Romans 6:14), sickness (Romans 8:10-11), and death (2 Timothy 1:10). Therefore, life, for you, is a perpetual victory parade! You’re seated with Christ, far above all principality and power (Ephesians 1:17-21; 2:6). That means you’re in a place of authority with Christ, far above Satan and everything connected to him. Don’t accommodate sickness, disease or infirmity in your body!
Don’t let the devil toy with your family, business, job, or finances. Cast him out, and walk in dominion and absolute victory! Some people think that absolute victory isn’t possible. That means they don’t believe in what Jesus came to do. Jesus came to this world to give us absolute victory; He brought us into the transcendent life. He didn’t come to give us a religion; no! He came to give us life, and through the Holy Spirit, help us live triumphantly every day—in dominion over the devil, the world, and the flesh.
Notice what He said in John 10:10 (Amplified Bible), “…I came that they may have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance (to the full, till it overflows).” Isn’t that amazing? This is what God really wants for us; to have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance, to the full, till it overflows; it’s a life of triumph!
Now, how can anyone enjoy life when things aren’t going right? How can anyone enjoy life with sickness and pains? How can anyone enjoy life with shattered dreams, and troubles in the family? That’s not God’s best! His desire is for you to be in good health, to have all-round prosperity, and to live in absolute victory! (3 John 1:2)
Dear heavenly Father, I thank you for giving me the life of absolute victory, dominion and glory. I live triumphantly today, taking advantage of your grace, and conscious of your wisdom and power that’s at work in me, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Further Study: John 5:39; 1 Timothy 4:15