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    You cannot change or adapt the truth to your circumstances. The truth is also not relative to your current situation. There is only one truth and it is the same for everyone. The truth impacts our lives and it does not change. However, it may be accepted or rejected by the person the truth impacts. The truth does not depend on our acceptance or denial for its validity. We depend on the truth, and without it being foundational for humanity, the human race will be lost without the truth. Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden were told the truth about the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, but somehow they went against the truth and chose not to believe or accept it; they chose the devil’s lie instead. Unfortunately, the truth is also not always subject to popular opinion. It is not democratically decided upon. The truth is also timeless. It does not change nor evolve. As it is today, so will it be tomorrow. The truth is relentless, it constantly is being shown and thrown to people until someone turns around and catches it. You cannot change the truth, but the truth can change you
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    We have been given the ability to choose to be more than a conqueror, and at times we don’t have to apologize for it. Romans 8:37 reiterates the fact that we are more than conquerors through Christ who loved us. We have to live continually with the awareness that we have been predestined to win and conquer. However, our positional authority to win lies solely on our faith. Matthew 21:22 says – whatever things you ask in prayer, believing, then you shall have it. Believing as a conqueror is the way to live. As we renew our minds with the promises of God in His Word, then we gradually begin to build the mindset of a conqueror – who is capable of doing what other people cannot do. Gideon was an example of a champion with a renewed mindset. God called him to reduce the crowd of soldiers he had to fight the Midianites. A bunch of soldiers who were predominantly laden with fear. So he sent about 22,000 men back home who were not fit for the war as champions. Then of the few that were remaining, Gideon still had to thin down the company to a handful of
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    The problem with us not acting as a conqueror is that we do not believe that we were made champions. We are burdened down mostly with our unbelief and the knowledge of the past. We should rather re-standardize the scale with which we measure our capacities as conquerors. God is waiting for people who will be crazy for Him, willing to change the atmosphere for His purposes. The Creator doesn’t just want us to live in the fantasy of our dreams, but He wants us to function in the realm where they become realities. He has made us to be partakers of His glory that we might be carriers of His presence everywhere we are. To conquer means to gain mastery over a thing. Conquerors are champions who defend or fight and support a cause. They are made for first place – as winners. Champions see beyond the obvious and have an identity that God has released to them. Most people, however, still operate in the capacity of an untransformed mind – as slaves who are subject to their soulish realm rather than of the spirit. Second Corinthians 3:18 says to see through the mask and see as through a
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    God is on the move right now and is looking for those who are willing to be transformed that they may lead to the transformation of others. When the church yields to that calling of transformation then it would greatly impact the rest of the world. The fire of God is readily available, but only left to the members of the Church, but when that fire becomes lit on everyone, then change begins to happen. God is, however, ready to unleash through us into the world. God’s glory needs us to take our position of superior authority – as children of the Most High God. We need to quit operating in the natural and reach for the deep wells of faith within, to bring forth divine manifestations of miracles to reform and transform our world. Martin Luther King was an example of a reformer who kept increasing his knowledge capacity ‘til he could apply them to enact a powerful change centered on equity and justice. He did not let the fire inside just implode within him, but he channeled its energy and potential to cause a revolution that has come to be revered in this present age and time. He