The Accuser, Our Testimony and The Lamb…


Good morning, Family:

I greet you this morning with the amazing and complete loving work of our Lord and Savior.

I encourage us all to stay strong, in our fight to lift Jesus high and to continue to be his witnesses until he returns. We have a powerful and angry foe that will do whatever it takes to make us stumble and lead us astray. Glory to God, we have the Blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimonies to protect and keep us, until we get to see Him face to face. 

The Good News is that Satan has lost the war and Jesus has won all those who have called out and believed that he is the Son of God. Our job, as believers, is to continue to share and spread the Good News, the best news ever, of Christ’s salvation, with those that are lost. 

Revelation 12:9-12

The Message (MSG)

7-12 War broke out in Heaven. Michael and his Angels fought the Dragon. The Dragon and his Angels fought back, but were no match for Michael. They were cleared out of Heaven, not a sign of them left. The great Dragon—ancient Serpent, the one called Devil and Satan, the one who led the whole earth astray—thrown out, and all his Angels thrown out with him, thrown down to earth. Then I heard a strong voice out of Heaven saying,

Salvation and power are established!
    Kingdom of our God, authority of his Messiah!
The Accuser of our brothers and sisters thrown out,
    who accused them day and night before God.
They defeated him through the blood of the Lamb
    and the bold word of their witness.
They weren’t in love with themselves;
    they were willing to die for Christ.
So rejoice, O Heavens, and all who live there,
    but doom to earth and sea,
For the Devil’s come down on you with both feet;
    he’s had a great fall;
He’s wild and raging with anger;
    he hasn’t much time and he knows it.

As Christians, we can walk boldly knowing that our salvation is secure. Spend each day, family, uplifting and encouraging your brothers and sisters in Christ. 

Spend even more time,  lovingly introducing others to the One who can provide rest to their weary souls. Assure them that the complete work of the cross has already been done, on earth as it is in heaven. 

Rev. Marcia F. Davis

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