You shall Triumph at Last

You Shall Triumph at Last

Genesis 49:19 NKJV “Gad, a troop shall tramp upon him, But he shall triumph at last.”

Devotional Thought

Jacob, towards the end of his life, called all his children together, and started speaking prophetic blessings, into their lives. God gave him an insight to the future of each child, and he spoke it upon their lives. To Gad, he declared, “Gad, a troop shall tramp upon him, but he shall triumph at last.”

This indicates that Gad will, always rise to victory. The enemy may prevail for some time, and for some reasons, but their joy shall be short-lived, because there is a triumph-at-last blessing, over Gad. If you are fighting with Gad, and you prevail, get ready to fight again, because there is a prophetic blessing upon his life, that will not let him rest, until he triumphs at last.

Some Gads are reading the devotional this morning, that are at the point of giving up, just because, the enemy has been marching upon them. I have come to remind you, that there is a prophetic destiny for you, in Christ, and it says, ‘you shall triumph at last.’ The enemy may rush upon you, march upon you, attack you, raid you, and even prevail over you, but that will not last.

Don’t give up, because your victory is certain, your change is so close, and your enemies are about to give up. The joy of your enemy shall be short-lived, and you will laugh at last. They may be laughing now, but you will laugh at last. When your laughter begins, their weeping will start, in the name of Jesus Christ.

Let’s Talk About It

What will your attitude be in the midst of challenges if you have a promise that cannot fail?

Prayer Starter

Father, I hold on to Your promise, and declare that, I shall triumph at last, in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen

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