February 8th, 2012 by Dennis Rouse

The journey to today for Victory World Church has been, and still is, a force of faith. In all the ways this ministry has evolved over the years, faith is one thing that stands out as a constant. It took faith to write the vision and actually work toward it, faith to stand firm on Christ-like values, and faith to live victoriously according to the Word of God.

How much weight do those same three V’s – vision, values and victory – carry in your life? How much do you trust God to give you a vision and help you walk it out? What about your values? When’s the last time you compromised even a little bit on what you say you believe in? And how often do you wait for circumstances to line up before you step out in faith? These are all vital questions

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you need to address as you move toward becoming a fully committed disciple of Jesus.

You really do have what it takes to live victoriously, just as this ministry has done throughout our 22 years. Start by re-visiting your vision, or writing one for the very first time. By the power of the Holy Spirit, you have the mind of Christ to be stubborn about sticking to your vision, your values and your victory!

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