KEY SCRIPTURES: Matthew 28:2 KJV “And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it.”

The high priest and his men decided to place a guard over the tomb of the Lord Jesus. They claimed Jesus had promised to rise after the third. They placed these guards to keep His disciples from coming to steal His body Him. These people had it all wrong. Anybody who opposes Jesus stands on a very wrong premise. They see Him ad a man or even a myth. It is on this wrong premise that they stand to oppose Jesus, the Lord of glory.

 Dear brother and sister, whatever Jesus said, is a law in the Spirit, and nothing can change it. Psalms 119:89 KJV”. For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.”

God’s word is established in the heavens. There is no word of the devil settled in the heavenly. In the spirit Satan is eternally defeated. Anything in the presence of God is what reigns and must come to past. It is what He says that He permits to come to pass. Evil only happens on earth because, there is no one on earth who decided to stop it. It takes faith to stop the devil. When God finds a man who says, devil I will not allow your works to prevail, indeed that man would succeed in stopping the devil.

When the Lord said He is coming back to life after the third day, every supernatural power in the Spirit realm was set into action to make sure that those words came to pass. All the Lord needed was to believe those words.

Dear one, in actual fact it is the children of God’s indecision to agree with God’s established words that gives Satan an advantage.

What must you do?

1.Feed your heart with the word of truth

2.Keep saying what God says.

3.When it seems Satan is winning, refuse to give in by saying, what God has said is that which is prevailing.

4 Act as if what God said has happened.

5 Praise God for making you victorious

If you do these things then what you say would come to pass.



Joshua 1:9 KJV” Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.”

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