He said, Hearken, all Judah, you inhabitants of Jerusalem, and you King Jehoshaphat. The Lord says this to you: Be not afraid or dismayed at this great multitude; for the battle is not yours, but God’s.” 2 Chronicles 20:15 AMPC
Our victory is based on God’s word not in our ability. God wants us to
hold fast to His promises for our lives and refuse to allow our
circumstances or feelings dictate to us.
Jesus Christ has already won the war on our behalf.
Since, therefore, [these His] children share in flesh and blood [in the physical nature of human beings], He [Himself] in a similar manner partook of the same [nature], that by [going through] death He might bring to nought and make of no effect him who had the power of death–that is, the devil– And also that He might deliver and completely set free all those who through the [haunting] fear of death were held in bondage throughout the whole course of their lives. Hebrews 2:14-15 AMPC
Having cancelled and blotted out and wiped away the handwriting of the note (bond) with its legal decrees and demands which was in force and stood against us (hostile to us). This [note with its regulations, decrees, and demands] He set aside and cleared completely out of our way by nailing it to [His] cross. [God] disarmed the principalities and powers that were ranged against us and made a bold display and public example of them, in triumphing over them in Him and in it [the cross]. Colossians 2:14-15 AMPC
That’s why we been called to fight the good fight of faith. That’s
holding fast to our victory in Christ through God’s word for our life.
Our circumstances is temporary but God’s word abides forever.
Today hold fast not hold forth but fast to God’s word. The word will
produce what it talks about in Jesus name.
Let’s pray together:
Heavenly Father I thank You for Your word. Your Word has the final authority. Thank You Lord that the battle is not mine but it’s Yours. And according to Your Word the battle is already won. So I celebrate my victory in Christ in Jesus name. Amen