Apostle Grace Lubega
Romans 8:37-39(KJV); Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.
The apostle Paul is a pattern in the understanding of Christian victory.
In our theme scripture, he reveals to us what the attitude of a true winner is.
He says, “NAY, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.”
Paul looked at everything that was against him and declared, ‘Nay!’
He rejected any supposed power these issues may have had over him.
In essence, he refused to acknowledge them and thus destroyed any effect they may have had on his spirit.
Winning starts when we say no to the schemes of the enemy.
It starts at the point when we say no to what rivals are saying about your business, ministry or career.
It starts with saying no to any bad news that comes our way.
Saying no is the refusal to observe lying vanities and when we do so, we partake Christ, our mercy.
His name be praised!
FURTHER STUDY: Philemon 1:6, Jonah 2:8
Winning starts when we say no to the schemes of the enemy. Saying no is the refusal to observe lying vanities and when we do so, we partake Christ, our mercy.
PRAYER: My loving Father, I thank you for this Word. I believe the report of the Lord in all things. Nothing outside your Word shakes me. I am not moved by what I see, feel or hear but by your Word. My eyes are set on Christ who is the embodiment of all truth. He is my reality. And as I behold Him, the things of this world grow strangely dim. In Jesus’ name. Amen.