Posted by Melissa
THE SWEET TASTE of victory. When was the last time you felt victorious? When you aced the science test? Got promoted? Won Frisbee Golf? When you didn’t hit the snooze button five times?
What about in your everyday life? As a believer, what does victory have to do with your day-to-day life?
Read Romans 8:31-39. Memorize verse 37.
What does this passage teach you about God and His love for you?
Of all the things in verses 35-39 that we think can separate us from God’s love, which ones do you deal with the most?
What steps will you take to let God’s love wash over you in those situations?
What do these verses teach you about how you should live your life? Do you have to be trapped by fear, sin, or persecution?
If you truly lived like a victorious Christian, how would it change your life?
Over what areas of your life do you need to allow God to have victory?
Life is hard. Tough times will come, sometimes because of what you believe. But you don’t have to be afraid. Your life should be defined by an overwhelming sense of victory because of what Christ has already done. If you’re a believer, you don’t have to be afraid of death, persecution, or anguish. Jesus has already defeated all of these things through His life, death, and resurrection. You can be strong and faithful in the middle of it all because your faith is built on Christ, the Victor.
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