If you are a Christ follower, then you must constantly be on the move. Most people stand still in their Christianity content to live in failure. But why would you want to live in failure? Why would you want to live in defeat? So often we as believers live our lives in a so, “woe is me”, attitude. I believe God is looking for warriors. I believe God is looking for fighters. I believe God is looking for strong men and women who are not afraid to stand up, push the limit, fight, and move ahead in victory for the cause of Christ.

We as followers of Christ were never called to live sub-par lives, we were never called to live in bondage to our sins, we were never called to live as slaves of this world. The moment you put your trust in Christ, is the moment that you were called out of slavery, it’s the very moment your chains were broken, you were and are called to not just live in victory, you are called todominate this world for the name of Jesus.

And that is why you need to move.

Domination never comes from standing still, domination always has a plan, a strategy, a clear path to victory. Domination doesn’t just win, it embarrasses, and humiliates, and leaves it’s competition in a cloud of dust. Domination doesn’t just run past it’s opponent, it runs over it’s opponent and leaves the cleat marks on it’s face. Domination is what we are called to live in as believers.

In order to dominate this world for the name of Jesus Christ, we must move. No longer can we as believers afford churches were we stand still or act scared. Where we fill our pews with complainers and whiners, and divisive people that tear at the very fabric of Christianity. No longer can we afford to be hypocrites, adulterers, and thieves of Joy. No longer can our churches stand to be watered down, nominal, boring, irrelevant places that we call God’s home, yet God calls empty.

It is time for us as believers to put up, or shut up. Play ball or go home.

It is time for believers to take the victory that was given to them by Jesus Christ when He hung on the cross and said, “It is Finished”.

I don’t want to live my life letting those words that Christ uttered in anguish from the cross, be said in vain. I wont live my life letting that act of selflessness and total grace go down for nothing.

I will fight

I will have victory

I will strive

I will move

I will dominate.

Not for myself, not for my ego, not for my church, but for my King.

For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.”-Deuteronomy

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