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Finally, we must understand that we are not fighting to win the battle against lust. The battle has already been won by Christ. We are trying to walk in the victory that Christ already accomplished.

Celebrating Your Victory | In Christ Alone Devotions


and so he stood in faith knowing that God was on his side and had already won the victory
aith believes that God keeps His word, rewarding those who are His! Faith is trusting God in all situations! “Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see” (Heb. 11:1) and that victorious faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ (Romans 10:17). Christians believe in something they cannot see because they believe the message of the One who tells them it is there! The word of the Lord is good, trustworthy, and credible. If God says something is true, we can be absolutely certain of it–even when we can’t see it! If you can see it, then you don’t need faith; but as it is, we live by faith, not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). Do you have faith in Christ? Do you place all trust in Him? Do you believe that He has victory over Satan? Do you have victory over Satan through Christ your Lord?

Three Steps To Victory | Keep Believing Ministries

christ has won the victory christ has won the victory . The story has been told of a mental hospital that many years ago devised an unusual test to determine when their patients were ready to go back into the world. They brought a candidate for release to a room where a water faucet was left on so that the sink overflowed and was pouring …
Where there is no wise and prudent, sound and good counsel, as the word signifies; where that is not, there had as good be none, or better; a people, a kingdom, a commonwealth, nation, or city, fall into ruin and destruction, or into schemes which bring them to it; they are like a ship without a pilot, or without a helm, or one to steer it: the Targum, Syriac, and Vulgate Latin versions, render it, "where there is no governor;'' and the Arabic version, "they that have no providence (or forecast) fall as a leaf falls;'' and so the Septuagint version, "they that have no government fall as leaves,'' as leaves fall in autumn; and the word signifies the helm of government (o), in allusion to a ship; but in the multitude of counsellors there is safety; because what one may miss another may hit upon; and, if they agree in their advice, it may be the more depended upon; and, if not, yet their different sentiments being compared together, and the reasons of them, a person may the better judge which is best to follow, and what is fit to be done: it may be rendered, "in the greatness" or "largeness of a counsellor" (p), for the word is in the singular number; that is, in the large capacity or endowments of a counsellor; in one that is abundantly qualified for a counsellor; whose abilities are not to be questioned; in the advice of such an one a man may safely confide; and who that answers to this character as Jesus Christ, the wonderful Counsellor?


Certain subjects are of perennial interest to thoughtful Christians

Victory Over the Darkness: Realize the Power of Your Identity in Christ [Neil T
It was necessary that something be done about this great host of demons. We are told inthis verse of Scripture what was done. On the Cross the Lord Jesus Christ triumphed over this greathost of demons. The word that is translated triumphed here is a word tht describesputting a chain around the neck of your captive and leading him behind you as many victorious Romanconquerors did, indicating that you had won the victory over him.

Victory Altar - Regard everybody as yourself
Let's get this little story settled in our thinking. The apostles had had victory over theDevil by casting his demons out of any number of people who were demon possessed. They had justa simple formula for it. It was, “In the name of Jesus, come out.” And the demons came out,because the demons recognized the authority of the blood of Christ. When they were reminded oftheir defeat, there was nothing they could do but obey.

Victory In Jesus—1 Corinthians 15:50-58 – Montana Pastor

What does that mean? It means that by the power and the virtue of the blood of Christ wecan enter boldly into the very presence of the throne of God and claim His help against the attacksof the Devil. The very moment that, by the power of the blood of Christ, you have asked for the helpof God, the victory that was won at Calvary becomes a practical thing through the claiming of theblood of Christ.