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MORE THAN CONQUERORS
HEBREWS.CHAPTER.7.PT.1_ JEFF.IN HEB SUNDAY_ 57-0915E, 308-114 We're kings and priests tonight. What difference does it make whether we have or whether we haven't? As long as we got God, we're more than conquerors. We are more than conquerors. We set in the Presence of God in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, taking spiritual communion from the hand of Him that testified, "I was He that was dead, and alive again, and I'm alive forevermore." Setting together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus, O blessed be His holy Name. What difference does it make?
A tent or a cottage why should I care?
They're building a palace for me over there;
Of rubies and diamonds, and silver and gold,
His coffers are full, He has riches untold.
MIGHTY.CONQUEROR_ MIDDLETOWN.OH SATURDAY_ 58-0329, E-28 He pulled back the curtain so that we could look a past the curtain of time. He pulled back every bluff the Devil had, fully paid the price, and tonight He's the Conqueror. And the Bible said that we are more than conquerors through Him Who loved us.
So the Christian in here tonight has the thing under control. We've conquered sin; we've conquered death; we've conquered hell; we conquered the grave; we conquered sickness, because Jesus is our mighty Conqueror.
This Word is a Pardon. This Word was written for a pardon. To know that He is a mighty Conqueror is a pardon to each one of you, if you receive it as a pardon.
MIGHTY.CONQUEROR_ DALLAS.TEXAS TUESDAY_ 58-0610, E-23 He was more than a man; He was God's mighty Conqueror. Oh, how, we should love Him, how we should praise Him, how we should love one another, as He loved us, and gave Hisself for us, that we might be more than conquerors, through Him, Who conquered sickness, death, hell.
LIVING.DYING.BURIED_ JEFF.IN EM 1-14 SUNDAY_ 59-0329S, 1 It's just beyond anything that we could express in human languages of how our hearts feel today as we gather here on this most solemn sacred morning. This morning represents the time that when our religion was made real, because it was the rising up again of Thy precious Child Who came to redeem the whole human race. And we're here this morning in celebration of that great supreme triumph, Lord, that made us more than conquerors of both death, hell, and the grave. And we thank Thee, that after all these years have passed, we still gather early of a morning on this Easter morning to worship Him, because we believe that He shall come again.
THY.SEED.SHALL.POSSESS.THE.GATE_ SAN.JOSE.CA SATURDAY_ 59-1121, E-26 And we who are dead in Christ are Abraham's seed, and we are more than conquerors through Him Who conquered everything for us. No reason for us to have to come--overcome anything because it's already conquered. The last enemy, sickness, death, temptation, all things are put under His feet. And we are the seed of Abraham. Being dead in Christ we are Abraham's seed, marching on to victory, to victory, to victory, holding God's promise out before us and going on. Abraham's seed with a sworn promise by Jehovah God, that he will possess the gate of every enemy.
THY.SEED.SHALL.POSSESS.THE.GATE_ SAN.JOSE.CA SATURDAY_ 59-1121, E-29 What are we afraid about? Possess the gates. We have God's promise. We have His Word. We have His Holy Spirit. The Angels are encamped about; everything's in order. Every wall can be took down. It's already took down. The Son of God goes before us, His banners a waving, and there's nothing can stand in the way of a saint going to meet a promise of God. Death can't stop it; the grave can't stop it. The devil can't stop it. We are more than conquerors. Sickness is conquered for you, friends. Death is conquered for you. Unbeliever, won't you receive Him? Habits has been conquered for you. Temptation's been conquered. You say, "I got a temper; I can't get over it." It's conquered. He's already conquered it, the great final Seed of Abraham. There's no more conquering to do now; He conquered for us.
Now, we, by His grace through His promise, just believe and hold on. That's all we do. It's already finished, our sickness, our transgressions. "He was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquity: the chastisement of our peace upon Him; with His stripes we were healed."
SEED.SHALL.POSSESS.THE.GATE_ LONG.BEACH.CA SUNDAY_ 61-0212E, E-49 Then when He died down at the cross, hell taken his precious soul. The Bible said his soul descended into hell. That's exactly right. Hell captured his soul and took Him down there. But brother, on that third day He possessed the gates of death, hell, and the grave and rose up the third day, and overcome it all. He took sickness, death, hell, the grave, and everything. I believe He jerked the gate plumb off the hinges of them, and took them out, rose on high, ascended on high. And tonight, you are more than conquerors. His seed shall possess the gates of the enemy. Yes, sir. He possessed every gate. He conquered every sickness. He conquered every sin, He conquered every temptation. He conquered death, He conquered hell, He conquered the grave. He possessed the gate of all of them. And we in Him are more than conquerors, hallelujah, 'cause He conquered for us. Oh, we would ever know what that true seed of Abraham was, what it really meant to us.
SEED.SHALL.POSSESS.THE.GATE_ LONG.BEACH.CA SUNDAY_ 61-0212E, E-51 He possessed every gate of temptation. Oh, how He did. He was a man. He was a man like you are, like I am. He had a right to be married. He had a right to have a home. He had a right to the things that we have. He had a right to have clothes. He could have done it. A man that could turn water into wine, that could know where a coin was in a fish's mouth, why, He owned the heavens and earth. But yet He abstained from those things.
The sweetest words in the Bible when He said, "Father, I sanctify myself that I might sanctify them." What was He trying to do? Set an example. He was sending twelve man out with a Gospel that would conquer the world, and He's depending on you and I to do it. If He could sanctify Himself like that, why ought we to set aside every failure, and every doubt, and everything else, and sanctify ourselves? For we are the seed of Abraham through Him, that are more than conquerors through Him. Yes.
He had a right to be married. He had a right to have a home. He had a right to lay his head on a pillow. But "The foxes has dens, and the birds has nests; and the Son of man don't have a place to lay his head." Why? "I sanctify myself, Father. For their sake, I do it." For their sake--not because He had to, but for their sake, He conquered every enemy.
HE.THAT.IS.IN.YOU_ JEFF.IN V-6 N-12 SUNDAY_ 63-1110E, 199 This Christ, this He, He is... He that's in you; He is Christ. As John said, "He that's in you is greater than he that's in the world." That was Christ. He is greater than all of the world because He conquered the world, and is the greater than all those things because He conquered it for us; and we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us and gave Hisself for us, that He might come back and do His works through us to prove to us that He is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
PATRIARCH.ABRAHAM.THE_ BAKF.CA V-22 N-7 FRIDAY_ 64-0207, 64 He conquered both death and hell. He rose up on the third day, saying, "I have overcome, and because I live you live also." Oh, what a promise. That's to the seed of Abraham. He conquered the grave, rose up on the third day for our justification. When He rose up He was our justification. What does that make us? He conquered sickness; He conquered death; He conquered hell; He conquered the grave; He conquered temptation.
Oh, now we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us and give His life for us, being the royal Seed of Abraham with the same Spirit of God in us that was in Him. We are more than conquerors. Every gate has been conquered for us. The only thing we have to do is possess it. It's already conquered. Sickness is conquered; death is conquered; hell is conquered; the grave is conquered; everything is conquered, and we holds the keys by His grace. Are you afraid to stick them in the lock and say, "I come in the Name of Jesus Christ? Ask the Father anything in My Name. I love Him."
IDENTIFIED.CHRIST.OF.ALL.AGES_ BIRMINGHAM.AL THURSDAY_ 64-0409, E-21 Now, we find out that some say He was a prophet, and a Prophet He was. But He was more than a prophet. He was a prophet plus. And they had many prophets. All prophets died at the gate of death.
But this Man took the keys, death, hell, grave like Samson did the gates of Gaza, and took it out took the sting and death itself, and swallowed it up in victory, and rose up on the third day triumph, makes His believers more than conquerors. It's already conquered. There's nothing left to do but walk right straight in with the victors' song in our hearts. He is the great triumph One. And this great One was more than a prophet.
130-5 SMYRNAEAN.CHURCH.AGE - CHURCH.AGE.BOOK CPT.4, Every time the Lord uses those words, "Fear not," there is an engagement at hand which will involve great danger and suffering and deprivation. Now He does not say in a blunt, curt manner, "Tribulation is coming." That would frighten one. But like a mother who is about to turn out the light says gently to her child lest he be frightened, "Now don't be afraid, for the light will go out and it will be dark. But remember that I am here with you." So He says, "Don't be afraid of man or what he can do to you. I am with you, and My grace is sufficient for you. When you pass through the waters, they will not overflow you. Not even in death are you defeated. You are more than conquerors."
131-1 SMYRNAEAN.CHURCH.AGE, CHURCH.AGE.BOOK CPT.4, The great apostle, Paul, knew from experience the reality of those words and he wrote in Romans 8:35-39, "Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? As it is written, For Thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter. Nay in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him That loved us. For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." No, we are not to fear. His love casts out all fear.
37 Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.
38 For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.