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Jesus said, “These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.” John 16:33
God wants to take those painful experiences and make them stepping stones to the blessed life and victorious living.
We live in a world where there is great brokenness, and the powers of darkness like to seize these moments.
They do this to convince you that you are a victim in order to build a stronghold in you of victimization so that you live out of that identity.
If the enemy succeeds in building a stronghold in your thinking, it will become a gateway to build more strongholds to torment you in your body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
We all experience painful experiences in life because we live in a fallen world; and the enemy wants to use those painful experiences to steal, kill and destroy.
The key to consistently being victorious in painful moments has to do with learning to walk with Holy Spirit and learning to fellowship with Holy Spirit in a deep personal way.
In today’s podcast I share with you how fellowship with the Holy Spirit moves us from victimization to victory.
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About F. Dean Hackett
Dr. F. Dean Hackett has served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, serving as pastor, conference speaker and mentor. He has planted four churches, assisted in planting 15 others and currently serves as lead pastor of Living Faith Church in Hermiston, Oregon. Dr. Hackett founded Spirit Life Ministries International in 2001 to facilitate ministries in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina and to open a training center for workers in those nations.