2 Cor 4:7-9
It is through the power of the blood that we have access to the throne room of God. By the power of the blood, we are redeemed from this empty way of life. You, because of what Jesus did with His blood, are an Overcomer, and you are an Overcomer by the words of your testimony (Rev. 12:11). What’s that? Your story of who God is and what He’s done in you. That’s experiencing the hope of God in your life and then sharing your story of hope with others so that they too will find hope in a right relationship with Christ.
One day, a little teenage boy named David, who had been tending sheep, walks up to his king. All of King Saul's army is afraid of one guy named Goliath, a big giant.
And David says, ‘I'll fight him!’ And King Saul says, ‘You’re cute, go home and play with your little sheep!’
And he said, ’You don't understand. God will deliver that giant Philistine into my hands. You all think he’s too big to beat, I say he’s too big to miss! Somebody give me a stone and move out of the way!’
You are, an overcomer; by the blood of the Lamb, not by your own strength, and by the words of your testimony. Listen to me, believe this, internalize it, feel it! This isn’t what you’re going to become, ‘Once I get my life together!’ No, no! Right now if you are in Christ, this is who God says you are.
There’s a giant that no one else thinks you can beat and maybe you don’t even think you can. But, listen, you can with the power of the risen Christ. When you know who you are, you will know what to do and you need to believe who God says you are. You are hupernikao; more than a conqueror, you are an Overcomer.
As you read this, say this out loud, “I am an Overcomer.” How? Say this out loud, “By the blood of the Lamb and by the words of my testimony.”
“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33b