by Mark Baker

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Called to Conquer (2 of 3)
Mark Baker
Romans 8:37-39

In this second study I would like to start off again with the words of the Apostle Paul, and defining what a conqueror is.

Romans 8:37-39. Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

I would like to discuss in this study the purpose for our being conquerors. Have you ever stopped to consider the reason for us being called to conquer? Jesus has already defeated Satan, yet Satan is still in this world and he still has power. However his authority has been taken away. He no longer has the authority to use that power over us. Satan is a liar and a deceiver. He has hoodwinked many in the body of Christ into believing that he is much greater than he really is. We as Christians have an obligation to study God's Word and learn what our legal and moral obligation to God and His great plan for this world if we are ever going to fulfill what He called us to do. I know we are all in process and at different levels of our faith walk, but its exciting to know that as we grow in grace, knowledge, and understanding we will go from faith to faith and glory to glory. This is progressive. I'm not where I will be but not where I used to be either. Thank you Lord.
The longer I live the greater the glories I've experienced and am grateful to be a part of the great plan of God.

I know I've got a job to do and want to succeed at what God has placed in my hand. We live in a world that is full of sin, sickness, and death, and if we won't do something about it who will? The Gospel must be declared and we have to be willing and obedient in these last days. We are the spiritual police that have been placed here to enforce God's ...

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