And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony… (Revelation 12:11).
It’s important that you always testify of God’s goodness and the victories He’s wrought in you and through you. Our opening verse says, “…they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony….” Learn to testify always! Let your environment feel the impact of your testimonies.
Firstly, testify the Word. Declare the Word as it concerns you. Say what the Word says. Secondly, testify of His works of grace and love. Now, apart from your testimonies glorifying God and inspiring faith in others, they also cause Satan and his demons to take notice of you and flee from you.
Demons really can’t tell what you think or know, but when they hear your testimonies, they’ll transmit the message to their cohorts to stay away from you, because they can see that you know who you are. This is because they’re very proud figures and they don’t like to be disgraced. They know if they try to mess around you, you’ll cast them out.
So, make it a habit to always testify of the power of God, the integrity of His Word, and the power of the Spirit in your life. Not only will it cause you to experience more blessings, it causes consternation in hell. Never consider anything the Lord does for you or through you to be too small to talk about. There’s power in your testimony to completely neutralize the adversary and cause him to back off.
It makes no difference what daunting challenges the enemy throws at you—testify that the greater One lives in you; therefore, you’re marvellously helped of the Lord and have overcome the adversary and all adversities. As you do, the Lord’s power and glory will be manifested in your situation. Hallelujah!
Dear Father, I thank you for your kindness, faithfulness, and love. I thank you for the miracles you’ve wrought in my life and the many blessings that I enjoy. I thank you for the power of your infallible Word that has brought me into a place of glory, strength, power, rest, and dominion, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Mark 5:20; Psalm 89:1; Luke 17:11-19
1-year bible reading plan
1 John 3:11-24; Ezekiel 47-48
2-year bible reading plan
John 17:1-10; 2 Chronicles 5-6