Posted by: Pure Glory | 12/13/2017

Yeshua Won Us The Victory

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

The devil is so predictable, he always lies, tries to steal, kill, and destroy. However, the biggest prediction of all, is because Yeshua won it all for us, he will always lose!

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  1. Praise God for the plan of our salvation!

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  2. Amen! That’s right in Jesus Mighty Everlasting Name! Satan is ALWAYS DEFEATED!!!!!!

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  3. Amen to that!

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  4. Amen! All glory to God

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  5. The Devil does lose the war in the end, but if we let him, he will win battles. It’s unfortunate that he will, because not everybody in the body of Christ knows their place of authority over him.

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    • Jesus has us seated with him, with the enemy under our feet. No longer will we be deceived by the devil.

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  6. Amen!

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  7. Yes, I agree!! 🙂 The devil attempts, tries, and uses the same tactics in order to lie and deceive us with his false promises and control. Yeshua is victorious. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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