Sis Leslie: Complete Victory
You can have complete victory over whatever the enemy brings against you. Whatever that is that satin continually rubs your face in can be completely erased, not ever to return to plague you again. Think of Moses and the Israelites and how the Egyptians followed them to the Red Sea. Through God’s grace, He not only enabled them to leave Egypt but to completely destroy their persecutors preventing them from ever following after them. Act 7:22 Moses was trained and educated in the best schools Egypt had. He was considered mighty in words and deed and wise in all the wisdom of the Egyptians He was a prince, adopted the Pharao’s daughter. This is how God prepared Moses for what was to come. Ex 15:1-14, Ex 3:1-4, 13-15 Satin has plans but so does God. Unlike satin, God is always victorious. Mat 14:24-27 God is the great “I AM”. Isa 40:10 What is God to us? He is a shepherd; gentle, caring, with a strong hand. Isa 40:28-31, Isa 43:1-2, 10-13 God is! There was none before nor will there be any after. God will always be there for us. He knows the right time to move. 2 Pet 3:1-5 We get stirred by the prophets and apostles. Pray without ceasing, for God will work out the problem in “His” time. He is not slack or wishy-washy. He is long-suffering and never forgets and not willing that any may be lost. Don’t let the enemy discourage you from your faithful prayers for your loved ones or the lost. Have the same long-suffering of God. Wait on God. Trust and believe that He will answer your fervent prayer. When will God answer? God knows the right time for everything. Ps 46:10-11 Note: Selah means to pause and consider. Be still and take a deep breath. 2 Chron 20:5-9 The “I AM” is in our midst whenever we gather. He is ready to hear and meet our needs. Be lifted up. How is God victorious? He has a mighty strong right hand. He can hold us safe in one hand while He fights our enemies with His right hand. Ps 89, Mat 9, Isa 63:9-19, Ex 14:13 Fear not and standstill. The Lord shall fight for you. Ex 15:9 The enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake, I will divide the spoil; my lust shall be satisfied upon them; I will draw my sword, my hand shall destroy them. The result: Israel never had to deal with the Egyptians again. God will do no less for you against the enemies of your soul.