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I have good news for you: you can live a devil and wickedness-free life! Jesus settled that for you already. He said in John 10:10:

“…I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”

Jesus has delivered to you all that it takes to overcome the devil and win every battle or challenge that comes your way. Way back in Genesis 3:15, God said:

“And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; and it shall bruise thy (satan’s) head…”

Bless God, it happened! The greatest event in world history was the drama at Calvary, where Jesus, the Son of the Most High, died. The most unusual things (both physically and spiritually) happened that day. Though it was the tragedy of all ages, much more, it was also the deliverance and absolute emancipation of the world from the bondage of satan.

More things happened on the cross than most people know. As Jesus hung on the cross, great things began to happen in the realm of the spirit. He took the place of man in sin, sickness, poverty, death, and every imaginable, evil thing in the world. He was God’s sacrificial Lamb for man’s redemption from the hand of the chief slave master, the devil. Jesus not only carried our sins on Himself, He also carried the whole world’s diseases and sicknesses, pains and afflictions. Every evil thing in this world was laid upon Him (Isa. 53:4-5). So when Jesus said, “It is finished” in John 19:30, He finished your battles against sin, difficulties, and every form of evil.

Not only that, Jesus also went to hell. He met the devil on his own ground. It is a spiritual law that anyone found with sin at death must go to hell (Ezek. 18:4; Lk. 16:22-23). Since Jesus took on your sins and mine, it became imperative that He should go to hell; otherwise the deliverance of the world would not be complete.

Read Isaiah 53:9 & Acts 2:25-27 from your Bible

If Jesus had not gone to hell, then we would still have had to go there, as His sacrifice would not have covered that area. His presence in hell was part of the divine assignment. He went there and finished the work of defeating satan. It was in hell that Jesus cemented our victory, and sealed the devil’s doom of defeat. He took the keys to hell and death, and rose victoriously (Rev. 1:18)!

In hell, Jesus spoilt, defeated, and stripped principalities and powers of all their power. Before then, the devil had the power (key) of death. But when Jesus entered hell, He fixed the devil for good, and destroyed all his powers (Heb. 2:14). Hear how Apostle Paul puts it in Colossians 2:15:

“And having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it.”

Jesus did a very neat job! He finished everything as it was written of Him, and rose triumphantly. This is the springboard for our victory over Satan.


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