When we are talking about victory we must be grounded in something that is beyond today. Thank God Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8)…God is not taken by surprise when the enemy or man does their worst. He has preordained for His people to be supernaturally victorious.
Speculation is not prophecy. God’s main purpose in prophecy and in His eternal plan is to raise up a victorious church and a victorious people (Ephesians 2:10-11, Genesis 1:26-28, Revelation 21:7).
How did Paul live in victory? Through grace and constant grace (2 Corinthians 12:9-10). When we are going through hard times and extreme demands are upon our lives may we ever depend upon and often throw ourselves upon Godʻs grace because if a man as great as Paul had to live on grace in and extreme way, how much more do we?!!!
To become a church that is moving in God’s best we must emphasize and demonstrate prayer. There are no shortcuts to coming into the power of the supernatural life of Christ. His manifest presence is a mandate for us to possess, to rise and be who we’re called to be in Christ.
We all have different anointings and different functions. We all have limited revelation and limited strength. Regardless of how powerful we are in ministry or life, we are limited and will find definite weakness in ourselves, on how to build the kingdom of God successfully. But joined to the right people our strength multiplies “One can chase a thousand but two can put ten thousand to flight (Deuteronomy 32:30)”. That’s why our Lord sent out teams two by two and traveled often with the twelve. Multiplied strength, multiplied prayer, multiplied revelation and multiplied wisdom!!
Paul declared in 1 Corinthians 12:14, “The body is not one member, but many”. It is Godʻs heart that all true members of the body of Christ function in His anointing and in their God ordained ministries.