THE VICTORY GIRL
The King’s daughter is all glorious within. Psalm 45:13 NASB
Becoming a Victory Girl is a reason to celebrate. Sweet girl, we’ve learned to relish in the bounty of our battles and celebrate in triumph over our enemy. I want you to do a little happy dance because you’ve learned how to take back your God-given territory. I especially want to celebrate you! You’ve made your way onto the battlefields of Life with Jesus at your side.
I hope you’ve begun taking God at His Word about your destiny. And, I hope you are planning on staking your claim in The Kingdom of God. He’s got a special place in mind for you! It’s your Good Land. Get out there and defend your territory because it’s got your name written all over it! Let the enemy know he’s messing with a daughter of the King and the King’s got your back! Send the enemy running in fear because you know you are a Victory Girl!
Becoming a Victory Girl is hard work.
Maybe you feel like no one has even noticed your hard-fought battles and well-deserved victories. Please hear this! When it feels like you’re invisible, you can be sure the King sees. God knows every battle you’ve fought to become fully His. He knows every scar, every wound, every shattered piece of your heart. He even knows every tear you’ve cried.
You’ve kept track of all my wandering and my weeping. You’ve stored my many tears in your bottle…The very moment I call to you for a Father’s help the tide of battle turns and my enemies flee! This one thing I know: God is on my side! Psalm 56:8 (TPT)
The Victory Girl has one proud Papa! Sweet girl, He’s so proud of you and I am too! You are a daughter of the King. Did your spirit hear that? Listen! Don’t be scared. In the middle of a battle, you’ve got a powerful Papa. You’re no longer a slave to fear, but a child of the Most High God. You’ve got access to the throne. Don’t be afraid to ask Him for what you need. Yes, we’ll have ongoing battles, but we fight with supernatural weapons. While the battle rages on, we stand!
You see, you have not received a spirit that returns you to slavery, so you have nothing to fear. The Spirit you have received adopts you and welcomes you into God’s own family. That’s why we call out to Him, “Abba! Father!” as we would address a loving daddy. Through that prayer, God’s Spirit confirms in our spirits that we are His children. If we are God’s children, that means we are His heirs along with the Anointed, set to inherit everything that is His. If we share His sufferings, we know that we will ultimately share in His glory. Now I’m sure of this: the sufferings we endure now are not even worth comparing to the glory that is coming and will be revealed in us. Romans 8:15-18 (VOICE)