God Wins

Rebecka Walter

Remember in the Old Testament when Satan continually murdered the baby boys in an attempt to destroy the Messiah and rid the next generation (Ex. 1:22)? Remember that when Jesus finally came to Earth as a baby, God hid Him from the evil schemes of the enemy (Mt. 2:13)? What about Moses, Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego? Do you forget what happened when the Israelites arrived at the Red Sea or when the giants tried preventing God’s chosen people from accessing the promise land (Ex. 14:21; Num. 13:32)?

Moses was protected by a basket, Daniel was spared from becoming the lion’s dinner, and Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego survived the fiery blaze of the furnace unscathed (Ex. 2:3; Dan. 6:22; Dan. 3:27)! Do you see a pattern? GOD ALWAYS WINS.

Today, I want to remind you that at the end of the Book, Satan is cast away forever, never to return (Rev. 20:10).

So, perhaps the reality is this: Satan just might believe in your destiny more than he believes in his own, which could be why he attacks with such diligence. But do not let Satan know you better than you know yourself.

Ultimately, SATAN SHOULD NEVER BE AN INTIMIDATION, BUT RATHER A MOTIVATION FOR YOU TO DO THE WORK OF GOD, because if you really recognize who you are then you would know you cannot fail. Princess, if you truly understand your place and Satan’s fate, what’s there to fear (Eph. 2:6)?

Therefore, it is time to RISE UP! Take your position as a VICTORIOUS SOLDIER in the body of Christ and passionately speak the Word with power, confidently spread the gospel to every creature, zealously rescue every lost soul God puts in your path, and boldly walk in the destiny God breathed into you! 

Satan may attack, BUT GOD, the same God that’s on your side, always wins the war. For the Lord your God goes with you to fight for you against your enemies, to give you the victory (Deut. 20:4).