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As followers of Christ we are to be bold, brave, and extremely courageous. Scripture declares in the book of Joshua:

"This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success. Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:8–9, NASB

The last phrase contains an overwhelming promise -- the abiding presence of God. Keep this promise in the center of your heart: "...for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go!" This promise is repeated throughout Scripture and is the foundation of the promise in 1 John 4:4: "Greater is He [God] that is in you, than he that is in the world."

Our God is truly an awesome God! Prepare to behold Him in a manner not seen in our lifetime. God is at this time responding to the invitation of Isaiah 64:1, "Rend the heavens and come down."

The time has come for the true conquest. The question is: Are you ready?

THE CONQUEST

The conquest – the act of conquering – has commenced. This is the real thing, the main event. It is not time to hold back. Now is the time to give your all to the Kingdom of God. It is time to ARISE and ADVANCE.

With a spirit of excellence, you must be giving everything for the sake of advancing the cause of Jesus Christ.
True Christianity is more about what we do than what we say (see 1 Corinthians 4:20). It is time for action not just mere words.

You are equipped to function in boldness and true authority (see Luke 10:19). You have been given an anointing in what God has PURPOSED FOR YOU -- an unction to function, which is unstoppable; with Christ you are invincible. You are more than a conquer (see Romans 8:37).

Not only has Almighty God called us to be brave and courageous, He has commissioned us for these important days. We need to be prepared for conquest that brings about a swift and sure change. God's plan for His people is the plan of victory, not defeat (see Jeremiah 29:11).

CALLED AND COMMISSIONED

You are called and commissioned to be a radical overcomer. Begin to speak these promises over your life:


Joel 3:10 - "Let the weak say I am strong".
Micah 3:8, "...truly I am full of power by the Spirit of the Lord!"

Deep within the soul of every true Christian beats the heart of an overcomer. The word "overcomer" suggests winning after a hard struggle. We are to be strong, willing warriors. Never forget we are fighting from victory not for victory. Christ has won the victory; we just move into what He has provided.
Now is the time for the troops of the Lord to volunteer willingly (see Psalm 110:3).

We are to become history makers and world changers. God has determined the exact time of our birth. Truly we are in the Kingdom for such a time as this (see Esther 4:14). Never forget: the Kingdom is in you for such a time as this.
You had absolutely nothing to do with the timing of your birth. It's God's plan. Looking forward to this day, He determined that you would be a great tool in His hands to fashion the Kingdom of God.

DECISIVE DAYS OF DESTINY

God has confidence in you. It is He working in you, both to will and to do His good pleasure (see Philippians 2:13). In Luke 12:32 the Father's good pleasure is to give us the power of His Kingdom. These are decisive days of destiny. God is calling each of us to arise and take hold of our CALLING in Christ Jesus to advance in His PURPOSE for our life.

Yield yourself anew and afresh to God's Holy Spirit, be filled with power and purpose, and determine to make the most of these days of transition from glory to glory. Live to hear HIM say, "Well done good and faithful servant!"

ALBERT FINCH MINISTRY
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