“But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”
(1Corinthians 15:57 KJV)
Your heritage is something that belongs to you by birth. Therefore, it comes to you naturally. You don’t need to struggle for it. An inheritance is something preserved by law for someone. Any property given to you by right is an inheritance. It is your birthright. In Christ, a believer has an inheritance. Unfortunately, ignorance has robbed the church for too long. We are struggling for what already belongs to us. It became ours as an inheritance. Your salvation is a complete package that is full of your heavenly inheritance.
A Prince does not struggle to be a Prince. What needs to happen to him is just to be born. He is born into royalty and automatically becomes a Prince. God made you in His image. He decided to make you; you had no hand in it. Understand, therefore, that you have a heritage of victory already; a heritage that puts you on the pedestal of success. “For if by one man’s offence death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ.” (Romans 5:17 KJV)
We are called to reign. When Jesus paid the price, He paid the complete price; you have nothing to add to it. Your part is to enjoy the victory. As believers, we are princes and princesses. Your seat has been reserved with your name on it. No one can take what belongs to you, except you give it. Don’t be intimidated, the devil cannot undo in time, what God has perfected in eternity. As a believer, you should not allow servants to ride on your horse, while you walk barefooted. That is a slap on the finished work of Calvary. It is not part of God’s redemptive package. The horse is your portion. You will ride on your horse this year. You will reign like the royalty that God has made you this year. Rise up in royalty and take your place. When you take your place, nothing can stop you.
Further reading: Romans 5:14-21
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- 1 Samuel 7-9; Evening- Luke 9:18-36