As a very pivotal moment in our nation’s history ends we must always remember that we have the victory. Life has it’s up’s and down’s and sometimes it feels like there is no way out. Months ago I was in a different mental state and I almost gave up on everything. All I had was a room across the hall that I made into a war room, a compassionate mother with a listening ear and the thought’s and prayers of my Great Grandmother that went to be with the Lord in 1996.
It’ll be almost a year this Christmas season since my cousin passed and even though the holiday feels quite eerie this year I have to remind myself that I have the victory. I recently joined a church and my Bishop mentioned that we have the victory and he also started singing songs from my childhood. It electrified me and ever since he said that I can’t get the phrase,”We have the victory” out of my head.
I know that I have the victory and Satan has to flee. No one can stand before me that is not good when I call on God’s great name. Jesus is his name and with him I am victorious. We forget sometimes that we are victorious and it’s hard to think that way going about our day in society but repeating that in my mind everyday gives me the boost I need to boost others. Maybe that’s why people are drawn to me. Maybe I am more victorious then I think. Once again I must state,”We have the victory”.