To know that the struggles you have encountered in life are all over, that is victory. The enemy has infected the human mind with negative temptation of this world, to get victory; a person must put their mind at peace. Peace is the ultimate victory. When the enemy comes in like a flood to destroy you every life, he tries to attack you in ever area of you life, however, you still have a smile on your face, which is saying I have victory.
As we know, in life many negative things will put itself in the path of your happiness. It’s up to you to have enough control and not let them sway you from your destiny. Stay focused and keep your mind on the prize, you might lose a battle, but you will win the war, victory is right around the corner.
In life, many people will try their best to throw you of track from your goals. Don’t let them, think positive, remember as a man thinketh, so is he. Spend as much time as possible on the positive side of the road, don’t cross over; because once you do, it’s not easy to cross back over and be victorious.
Love and help all people, it will help you tremendously in fulfill your success and be victories in your life. Don’t fight fire with fire, just as water will put out the flames, love will put out the bitterness and anger, and it will give you victory.
In the scriptures, it says to love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which spitefully use you, and persecute you.
To know that you could love you enemy, that is really victory.
Take back control and be victorious.
Victory can be described as a sudden happiness that bursts into your life from a far distance. After that long-distance travel, then you started to see the finish line. At first it was like a spot in the sky, then it begins to get bigger, to the size of a dime. As you move forward and more forward, you start to see stars; this gives you a funny feeling on the inside – this feeling feels strange at first. It’s like being stuck in the same position for a long time; it has been so long that it got comfortable. But then you realize this is really going to happen. The finish line begins to get bigger and bigger, to the size of a basketball – with the thought of reaching out and taking it, and dribbling around like on the basketball court, scoring the game-winning hoop with the crowd and your teammates all cheering and celebrating; it’s like you could almost taste victory. And what a good taste it is.
As the finish line gets a little closer, you begin to say to yourself, it was worth it. I could almost reach out and touch it – just like a marathon runner, running the New York City marathon, heading for the finish line with his or her last breath. Then comes the sudden launch at the finish line, with every last ounce of strength, and then fell to the floor; but what a victory. I have made it. This is like when the people of Egypt were about to cross over the Red Sea.
It came to a point when the people of Egypt had finally been let go from slavery. As they traveled, they were blocked in on one end by Pharaoh’s army, on the other end by the Red Sea, with no way to go. Then they begin to say and do things out of anger and disbelief. But victory was knocking at their door with a sledge hammer. God will never leave you in a place or situation without a way out. You will always get victory because without victory God would not get glory. For God to get glory, you have to get the victory.
“The Lord shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.” (Exodus 14:14, KJV)
The people begin to show distrust with God. Then God instructed Moses to “lift up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand over the sea, and divide it: and the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea.”
Victory has just opened his mouth for the people of Egypt to move on in. The people then walk to their victory with the way of escape that God provided for them. In every situation that seems like there is no way out, victory is always right around the corner.
Victory can be described as a newborn baby about to enter into this world for the first time – trapped in a dark world for months with water all around him like in the ocean, desperately heading for the surface. But the surface is nowhere to be found; the ocean is just too big. Then comes the eighth month; this brings him closer to the surface. As he gets closer to the surface and he looks through the water, he can see a little bright light; this gives him hope that there is something good at the end of this road. As the ninth and final month approaches, victory is in sight.
This is like being a running back in a football game. You’re on the second-yard line to get a touchdown. Anticipation is growing and growing. The crowd is ready to jump for joy. You’re ready to celebrate in victory. But the other team is just as eager to stop you from crossing the touchdown line. As you draw closer to the first-yard line, you could taste the victory. The quarterback says hut one, hut two, hut three, and then he snaps the ball and passes it to the running back. Your only assignment is to cross that touchdown line. You fake to the right, and then fake to the left, with no way to go. It’s all blocked up, like the baby in the ocean heading for the surface with the water all around.
This is where it gets rough and bumpy. Just like when an astronaut is coming back from space, just before the ship enters the earth atmosphere, the ride gets bumpy and rough, but at the moment of the entrance to the earth’s atmosphere, the celebration begins as a life-changing moment.
As the running back fights through the blockers from the other team, and he lunges for the touchdown line, just the tip of the ball goes over the line; it’s all that is needed to have victory.
When a woman is about to have a baby, she begins to lose water in preparation for the baby to enter into a new world. As the water recedes, the baby sees the light of a new beginning.
The baby then enters this atmosphere. The burst of cry is victory, and the mother relaxes as a helium ballroom descends to the ground and finally places itself on solid ground.
Victory, it’s a sweet sensation. Victory gives you peace and relaxation; its puts your mind to rest. I have made it. I have completed what I have started – victory, victory at last.
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