Let Not My Enemies Triumph Over Me (3 of 7) by Lenny Ports
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Series: Victory In Jesus
Psalm 25:1 A Psalm of David. To You, O Lord, I lift up my soul. 2 O my God, I trust in You; Let me not be ashamed; Let not my enemies triumph over me.
The theme of Victory in Jesus is really about His victory over sin. When Jesus died on the cross, He took upon Himself all of my sin and your sin and the sin of the entire world, past, present, and future, upon His body on the cross. He purchased us and redeemed our soul. We were bought back when He paid the ransom for our release. He took the keys and unlocked the doors of our prison cells and set us free.
1 Peter 1:18-19
It was His victory over OUR SIN, and now it is our turn to apply the truth of what Christ has done for us in order for us to walk out the victory that He has already accomplished for us.
It is like a fixed sport event where it is known beforehand who would win. Don't get me wrong, I love Derek Jeter, but if I didn't like him or if I was a gambling man, what happened the other night in his final game at Yankee Stadium against the Baltimore Orioles seemed like it was fixed. For him to be set up to hit the game winning single is awfully suspicious. Because after all, with a 12M dollar salary, Jeter has enough money to pay off the entire Orioles team to make him look like a hero.
I know the Yankee game wasn't fixed but we must look at our struggles with the attitude that no matter what it seems like, no matter what it feels like, no matter how bad it looks, GOD WILL BRING VICTORY OUT OF IT!
It may not turn out with the ''victory'' that you expected, but God will have the last word, and He will be triumphant! WE JUST NEED TO GET THE TRUTH OF THIS IN US.
In this sermon series, the first week I talked about Christ's victory over PRIDE. Pride is root of all sin. We talked about how pride exalts itself above God. I am king, I am mast ...
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