Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Walk in Victory!

"Let no evil talk come out of your mouths, but only what is useful for building up, so that your words may give grace to those who hear". Ephesians 4:29

"In all things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us". Romans 8:37.

I said it before on Bible Tour, and I am saying again: Christians have to be careful when speaking. Our vocabulary must exude confidence in God and a life of victory. We have no business claiming that circumstances are keeping us down. No matter what it looks like and no matter the pain, Christians must trust God. Faith honors God.

Jesus died to change our circumstances. He died to provide us a victorious living. Our words and attitude should reflect His glory. He died to give strength to those who are weak, and to give sight to the blinds, to give victory over sins and "our Circumstances, our issues".

You and I have to start walking and talking with power given to us by the resurrection of Christ, by his great victory of death and sins. Somehow when tragedies strike, we tend to forget what we got in Jesus. Listen, we have a provider, healer, a friend, and a miracle worker in the Lord Jesus Christ. When He is with us , nothing, I said nothing (cancer, diabetes, hypertension, multiple Sclerosis, dementia, liver and kidney disease), not even our debts should scare us. We have Christ. He is able and willing to do it all. Listen, it human to feel weak at times, but we cannot dwell on the sorrows. We have to learn to stand in faith and claim the victory we got in Jesus.

Christ victory on Calvary enable us/you to live a victorious life. You are no longer in bondage. Don't let your aches and pains and your daily circumstances keep you from claiming the victory already given to you two thousand years ago. You must start living and talking in victory for you are a victorious and loved child of God.

Watch your words when speaking. Encourage each other and build each other's faith. Remember that "faith comes by hearing the word of God" Romans 10:17.

Praise the Lord!