“Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.1 John 4:4

A poignant lyric says: “
Are you disappointed? Are you desperate for help?
You know what it’s like to be tired
And only a shell of yourself
Well you start to believe
You don’t have what it takes
‘Cause it’s all you can do
Just to move much less finish the race
But don’t forget what lies ahead 

Almost home
Brother it won’t be long
Soon all your burdens will be gone
With all your strength
Sister, run wild, run free
Hold up your head
Keep pressing on
We are almost home

Well, this road will be hard. But we win in the end; Simply because of Jesus in us, It’s not if but when. So take joy in the journey Even when it feels long”.

This message underscores the perspective that it’s not a question of “If God will save us from this…,” but rather an affirmation that “When we witness the triumph…”. It signifies an assured victory. The focus is not on whether God will come through, but rather on the certainty that He’s actively shaping circumstances for our benefit.

Dear Christian, in your current path, avoid despondency. Don’t ponder if God will intervene in this situation. It’s a reality that’s bound to come to fruition. It’s not a matter of doubting if it will occur; instead, embrace the anticipation of its surety.

Place your trust in God, dear Christian. Know that His promises are unwavering.


Gracious Father, I’m grateful for the confidence of victory. Lord, please guide me in unwavering faith in your promises. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

This message serves as a reaffirmation of God’s love and guidance in our lives. May it enrich your spiritual journey. Feel free to share your thoughts below. For additional resources to nurture your spiritual growth, click here.

Wishing you a day filled with blessings!

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