There is a realm in life that scriptures identified as more than conqueror Rms. 8:37.
What is the Realm of More than Conqueror?
There is a realm in God where the believer becomes a threat to all devils and forces; this is the realm of more than conqueror.
There are individuals who don’t fight, yet they don’t lose any battle in life. This is the realm of more than conqueror.
When one grows in God to the point that what used to be a problem become a toy to one. This is the realm of more than a conqueror.
Testimony; God’s servant Bishop David Oyedepo got to the nation of Liberia for a seminar, and a popular witch referred to as queen of Sheba who was nationally celebrated took off the nation because of his presence.
Scriptural way to Emerge More than Conqueror.
One simple way of scriptures is the lifestyle of thanksgiving and praise. How, someone may ask? Thanksgiving and praise guarantees God’s presence, which turns the believers into a threat to the enemy in life Psa. 100:4; 114:1-8; Rms. 8:31. In essence, when thanksgiving and praise become the lifestyle of a believer, he will operate as more than conqueror in life.
Scriptural Examples of More than Conqueror Thanksgiving-Made Personalities.
Scriptures teach us that the simple way to get things done in God’s kingdom is to identify those who have accomplished same and follow their example Heb. 6:12; Rms. 15:4.
David was the eighth son of Jesse, who was not given a chance in life by anyone, not even his father 1Sam. 16:5-12; 17:12-15. But David became a thanksgiving and praise addict Psa. 34:1; 119:164. At age 17, he singlehandedly killed Goliath who had been a threat to the entire nation, making David to emerge suddenly as more than conqueror at such tender age 1Sam. 17:32-50. David’s legacy was that he knows all things on the earth, which enabled him to win in every battle with no loss all through his life 2Sam. 14:20; Rev. 5:5-6.
Solomon is better referred to as an ‘outcast’, who was not allowed to grow in the palace because he came through Beth-Sheba, the woman David committed adultery with 2Sam. 12:24. But Solomon became a song-filled man, he wrote 1,500 songs and 3,000 proverbs 1Kgs. 4:32. Scriptures make us to understand that songs come only from a merry heart, and thankfulness is what make for merry and joy Jms, 5:13; Psa. 100:4; 16:11. Solomon must have been a thanksgiving and praise addict. Scriptures has it that Solomon emerged more than conqueror as no king or nation could dare him in battle, all kings of the earth came to hear his wisdom 1Kgs. 4:34; 10:23-25. Solomon grew to become the greatest king on the earth of his days 1Kgs. 10:1-7,8-13.
Paul was initially an enemy of the church, who was committed to putting believers to death Acts 9:1-2. Paul became converted, and an addict to thanksgiving, joy and rejoicing Eph. 5:20; Php. 1:17-19; 1Ths. 5:18. His testimony was that he operated as more than conqueror in life Acts 14:11,19-20; 19:14-15; Rms. 8:35-37.
In conclusion, in God’s kingdom, everyone has equal right Acts 10:34-35. When anyone does what is right, God will make of him what He has made of others in the past, no matter his race, color, background etc. Therefore, you too can emerge more than a conqueror if you so choose.
To anyone reading this that will love to give his/her life to Christ, pray this prayer out loud with me from your heart: “Lord Jesus, I surrender my life to you today. Forgive me my sins; wash me with your blood. I believe you died for me, on the third day you rose again that I may be justified. Right now, I believe that my sins are forgiven; I’m justified by your blood; I’m born-again; I’m saved; I’m a child of God; I’m free from the power of sin to serve the living God. Thank you Jesus for receiving me; thank you Jesus for restoring me; thank you Jesus for saving me.”