Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.
We have just celebrated Christmas. The birth of our Savior is very important to the core fundamentals of our faith. Because of His birth, we have His life. Because of his life, we have His death. Because of His death, we have His resurrection. Because of His resurrection, we have the promised hope of eternal life that can only come from a risen Savior. After Christmas, the next day of celebration that we look forward to is Easter Sunday. As believers, we celebrate and rejoice in the glorious truth of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. HE IS RISEN! These three words changed our destiny forever. Because He is alive, we are victorious. As we bring 2020 to a close, let us look forward to the opportunity of celebrating His resurrection. Allow the message of this wonderful verse to comfort your heart and strengthen your faith.
- We have complete victory.
In all these things
Verses 35, 38, and 39 give us a comprehensive list of things that cannot defeat us.
None of these things will ever have power over us or separate us from God’s love.
Our victory is complete in Jesus.
- We are conquering victors.
More than conquerors
Think about this. To be called a conqueror by Almighty God is one thing, but He calls us MORE than conquerors.
An elderly camp meeting preacher used to say this phrase means “when the battle’s over you still have ammunition left”. I like that.
If God be for us, who can be against us?
- We have certain victory.
Through him that loved us
Our victory is not dependent upon us. It is through Him.
We are victorious because He lives, because He loves, and because He saves.
Our salvation is eternal and our victory is certain.
Our life in Christ is a life of victory. Our victory is secure and permanent because it was won by a Savior so powerful, death has been defeated by Him. A risen Savior gives us victory over all these things.