Day 7, January 15, 2022



NCAA Football: CFP National Championship-Georgia vs Alabama Transforming Truth from God’s Word

Watching the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs compete in the college football national championship game was a reminder of all that is required to be an UNDISPUTED CHAMPION. Both teams came into the game with only one loss from a challenging season greatly impacted by COVID-19 and other factors. However, only the Georgia Bulldogs emerged from the game as the UNDISPUTED CHAMPION of college football.

UNDISPUTED CHAMPIONS are rare in any sport or field in life. Think about how difficult it is to compete against competitors for an entire season and be considered a winner by competitors and fans. UNDISPUTED CHAMPIONS are not perfect, in fact they may have numerous imperfections. But these champions are known as champions for their ability to work hard, stay focused on winning, stick together, overcome adversity, persevere through troubled times and pursue victory with diligence.

In this life we face many challenges that are far beyond our natural ability to overcome them. Additionally, you have a formidable opponent in the devil who hates you and is constantly devising plans and schemes to defeat you by keeping you in a state of discouragement and despair. As we experience these things, it is critical to fight the good fight of faith by declaring God’s Word to gain victory. There is no dispute that on the third day, God the Father raised His only begotten Son Jesus from the dead. In doing so, He conquered death, hell and the grave. Jesus, the risen Christ, is the ULTIMATE UNDISPUTED CHAMPION!

Will you serve Him?


Romans 8:37

 Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us. 

A Psalm for Today

Psalm 118:14-16

The Lord makes me powerful and strong; he has saved me. Listen to the glad shouts of victory in the tents of God’s people: “The Lord’s mighty power has done it!
His power has brought us victory—his mighty power in battle!” 

God’s Promises for Today

1 Corinthians 15:57

But thanks be to God, who give us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

Your Points of Prayer




3 Responses to “Day 7, January 15, 2022”

  1. Faith Jackson says:

    Amen! We have the victory through Jesus Christ Our Saviour!

  2. Wanda Rudolph says:

    Jesus gives me the victory in all things. Through the word of God we receive power and strength to face life’s challenges and come out victories in Jesus name hallejuah! and amen!

  3. Antoinette Ware says:

    Praise God, we serve a victorious God. He causes us to be victorious as we follow His Word. What encouragement!

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