“TRIUMPHING OVER THEM” Part III: Wednesday May 19

Colossians 2:14-15

"Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to the cross. 15) And having spoiled principalities and powers, He made a shew of them openly , triumphing over them in it."

The handwriting of ordinances is the works of Satan. No handwriting could hinder Jesus from the victory, because the victory secured for us on the hills of Calvary is inevitable. Amen. So, therefore, whatever was in force, or in force or contemplating to be in force against us has already been taken out of the way. Amen.

Anything and everything that appears like a threat to our making heaven is a contrary ordinance against us and Jesus is the only one that can help us to cancel it. The Lord Jesus Has taken them all out of the our way. Nailed it to the cross , having spoiled the powers and principalities; for the reason of our divine freedom. Amen.

The victory from God cannot be hidden, because no one can hinder it. Jesus Himself is the victory. Amen. Repentance and your faith can complete your victory with your little effort. You are in the loop for His glorious victory over every power of defeat, in Jesus Name. Amen. Praise God!

Prayer points for the day

  1. Father, thank you for fighting for me in giving me victory, in Jesus Name.
  2. Lord, I will not lose in any battle that comes my ways again, in Jesus Name.
  3. Father, increase my faith to engage in victorious living, in Jesus Name.
  4. Father, cancel every handwriting contrary against me and family, in Jesus Name.
  5. Father, let my victory stand out, in Jesus Name.
  6. Father, strike out every handwriting of evil with the nails at Calvary, in Jesus Name.
  7. Lord, cancel totally every works of Satan, in my life, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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