And God sent me before you to preserve you a posterity in the earth, and to save your lives by a great deliverance (Genesis 45:7).
The victory of Jesus over sin, death, and the devil wasn’t for himself but for us. He battled on our behalf and gave us the victory; now we have become more than conquerors. That’s true success, is winning for others; helping them achieved and become what God has destined for them to be. Realize that what you make happen for others, the lord will make happen for you. Win for others.
We find such an example in David, who battled Goliath, not for self-aggrandizement but for the common good of all Israel. When he first heard the giant cursing, he asked a question: ‘’What will be done for the man who defeats the giant?’’ He was told among other things that he and his house will be free of taxes in Israel. Young as he was, his eyes sparkled at the thought of his entire family being exonerated from tax forever!
Aside from championing the cause for the entire nation of Israel, he was determined to win the battle against Goliath so his entire family would benefit. Thus, his victory was both for his immediate family, and for the entire people of Israel.
Learn to win for others. Don’t just make it through only about yourself. Make your world a better place. Be a problem-solver so others may gain and have a better life through your ingenuity, innovations, and the idea of the spirit that comes through you. See the challenges around you as opportunity for victory, for indeed they are! Ask the Lord to grant you knowledge and wisdom to solve the problems for yourself and others.
I have the supernatural wisdom and ability to do the impossible, because the Greater One lives in me! I recognize life challenges as my opportunity to win and make my world a better place. I’m a champion for my generation, and a problem-solver. Through me, lives will be saved, transformed and preserve today, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.
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