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The Overcomer's Spiritual Warfare and Victory Song Book

Free Christian Song Book of Sacred Music and Spiritual Songs



Songs & Hymns


Born To Conquer

Born to conquer,
He knew what we would be,
It is in His image,
Brought forth to set men free.
Dying daily to all that hinders man,
For we are His purpose,
That all may live again.

copyright Bob and Charlotte Torango


I Descend With A Shout

I descend with a shout - and the voice of the archangel,
To proclaim this place, where the living dwell in joy.
Caught up, forevermore now to conquer,
There I'll bless and multiply My Seed much more!

copyright Bob and Charlotte Torango


Now You My Friend, Just Follow Jesus

The Church is called to overthrow,
To overcome, to beat the foe.
The sufferings of the present will soon be past.
And glory will be all we know.

Now you my friend
Just turn to Jesus.
Walk in the Spirit.
That's how He frees us.
Just ask Him in;
Be born again.
Walk out of sin,
And into Him.

The Church is called to take the land
To build on rock and not on sand.
The separate little kingdoms exalting men,
Will topple at the Lord's command.

Now you my friend
Just turn to Jesus.
Walk in the Spirit.
That's how He frees us.
Just ask Him in;
Be born again.
Walk out of sin,
And into Him.

Walk in the Spirit and give good heed.
Obey His voice and He will lead.
The Lord knows all about it. Just trust in Him,
And follow Him; He'll meet your need.

Now you my friend
Just turn to Jesus.
Walk in the Spirit.
That's how He frees us.
Just ask Him in;
Be born again.
Walk out of sin,
And into Him.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.


Oh Ye Mighty Men Of Valor

Oh, Ye mighty men of valor,
Stand on your feet I say,
We're headed toward a new age,
Where death has no more sway.
We'll be changed with brand new garments,
As we look upon His face,
Coming forth in His creation,
Israel will have a race.


Oh, Ye mighty men of valor,
Stand on your feet, I say,
Lift your hands to Jesus,
Help is on the way.
And just remember you won't fail,
If He has called you to this Day,
Rejoice, rejoice, you army,
And keep marching toward this age.

copyright Bob and Charlotte Torango


Rise Up, Oh You Saints

That same mighty peace that raised Christ from the grave,
That same grace is pow'r freely giv'n to the saved.
Why, timid, are we, and why not enter in?
Why, shackled, are we by our sickness and sin?

Rise up, oh you saints, you who seek for the Lord.
Rise up in His pow'r. Victory evermore!
Rise up in His might. Be His arm in land.
Rise up, and take hold of His Kingdom at hand.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.


Sing An Overcoming Song With Me

Sing an overcoming song with me - of power and victory
And how we've arisen from the dead.
Well, we heard a voice,
Out of the grave we came, and Ms life He gave,
That this new way we see.


We're reigning from the heavenlies,
All things are given to you and me, without measure,
And now we proclaim,
Sing an overcoming song - of the Lamb upon His throne,
His life brought forth in you and me!

copyright Bob and Charlotte Torango


The Accuser

There was a woman whose son had died at a very young age. One night she had a dream in which she saw her son in heaven. She was so glad to see him, and he had grown to be such a fine young man. As they talked, she remembered many of the mistakes she had made. She remembered times when she hadn't been a very good mom. She began to apologize to her son for these times, but he stopped her: "Mom, we don't keep any record of such things here."

It seems that the accuser looks for every way to accuse us even after we leave our sin behind. He tries to remind us of the sins that are forgiven the things of the past that are under the blood. We need to be careful that we don't let Satan use us. You may have heard Satan speaking through a brother or sister in Christ using phrases like, "Under the blood, under the rug, what's the difference." Have you ever held a grudge or refused to forgive and forget?

Paul, the apostle, had persecuted the Church. We know that he was there consenting to the murder of Stephen. Then Jesus met Paul and straightened him out. Even after Paul had received so much from God, however, he still had the memory of all those whom he had persecuted. The accuser kept bringing these things back to Paul.

Some say that Paul's "thorn in the flesh" was a physical ailment of some sort. I think that Paul's thorn may well have been the constant accusations from the evil one. Paul called his "thorn," a messenger of Satan. Satan, the accuser, sent a messenger to Paul to tell him something. Paul asked God, over and over, to free him from this messenger. God said, "My strength is made perfect (complete) in weakness." And so it appears that the message from the accuser continued to be delivered to Paul by whatever means.

Whether or not this is what Paul was referring to when he wrote of his thorn in the flesh is not the point. The point is this: after we leave our sin behind, the accuser seeks every means to accuse us. The accuser sends many messengers. He will use our own fleshly mind to speak condemnation to us--out of our hearts proceed evil thoughts--yet God has already forgotten the sins of our past. Satan will use evil spirits to accuse us of past, forgiven sins.

Satan will even use the fleshly minds of our brothers and sisters in Christ to accuse. He will accuse with 2% truth (to add credibility) and 98% lie. But God's strength is made complete in our weakness. When we are humbled, God is exalted. The fact that He has turned us around demonstrates the greatness of God's grace.

The reality is that those areas of life that are a trial or temptation are the areas where we are called to overcome. We are forgiven as soon as we ask. There is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. We are called to be overcomers and deliverers. The Holy Spirit is given to complete this work. It is only by the power of the grace of God that we can overcome every sin and it is only by His power that we can ever work with Christ to deliver others. All of this is contained within that free gift that Christ won for us on the cross.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.


To Him that Overcomes

To him that overcomes,
Shall I grant to sit with me in my Father's throne, To him that overcomes -

Shall I make a pillar in the temple of my God. The trumpet blows, a voice sounds clear,
That all of God's sons shall dwell up here
In raiment white and pure,
And I counsel thee to buy of me
This gold that has been tried in the fire.

copyright Bob and Charlotte Torango


War, The Great Division

War

There is great division, war on every side,
Wars and rumors can be heard, and many souls have died.

There is great division, trembling, now, with fear,
Sides are being polarized as harvest time draws near.

There are just two factions if you understand,
There is that which is of God and that which is of man.

These two warring factions, cannot reconcile.
God is holy every way, but man can just defile.

These two warring factions, banners now unfurled,
There are those who are of Christ and those who love the world.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.


Poetry & Meditations


The Accuser

There was a woman whose son had died at a very young age. One night she had a dream in which she saw her son in heaven. She was so glad to see him, and he had grown to be such a fine young man. As they talked, she remembered many of the mistakes she had made. She remembered times when she hadn't been a very good mom. She began to apologize to her son for these times, but he stopped her: "Mom, we don't keep any record of such things here."

It seems that the accuser looks for every way to accuse us even after we leave our sin behind. He tries to remind us of the sins that are forgiven the things of the past that are under the blood. We need to be careful that we don't let Satan use us. You may have heard Satan speaking through a brother or sister in Christ using phrases like, "Under the blood, under the rug, what's the difference." Have you ever held a grudge or refused to forgive and forget?

Paul, the apostle, had persecuted the Church. We know that he was there consenting to the murder of Stephen. Then Jesus met Paul and straightened him out. Even after Paul had received so much from God, however, he still had the memory of all those whom he had persecuted. The accuser kept bringing these things back to Paul.

Some say that Paul's "thorn in the flesh" was a physical ailment of some sort. I think that Paul's thorn may well have been the constant accusations from the evil one. Paul called his "thorn," a messenger of Satan. Satan, the accuser, sent a messenger to Paul to tell him something. Paul asked God, over and over, to free him from this messenger. God said, "My strength is made perfect (complete) in weakness." And so it appears that the message from the accuser continued to be delivered to Paul by whatever means.

Whether or not this is what Paul was referring to when he wrote of his thorn in the flesh is not the point. The point is this: after we leave our sin behind, the accuser seeks every means to accuse us. The accuser sends many messengers. He will use our own fleshly mind to speak condemnation to us--out of our hearts proceed evil thoughts--yet God has already forgotten the sins of our past. Satan will use evil spirits to accuse us of past, forgiven sins.

Satan will even use the fleshly minds of our brothers and sisters in Christ to accuse. He will accuse with 2% truth (to add credibility) and 98% lie. But God's strength is made complete in our weakness. When we are humbled, God is exalted. The fact that He has turned us around demonstrates the greatness of God's grace.

The reality is that those areas of life that are a trial or temptation are the areas where we are called to overcome. We are forgiven as soon as we ask. There is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. We are called to be overcomers and deliverers. The Holy Spirit is given to complete this work. It is only by the power of the grace of God that we can overcome every sin and it is only by His power that we can ever work with Christ to deliver others. All of this is contained within that free gift that Christ won for us on the cross.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.


War, The Great Division

War

There is great division, war on every side,
Wars and rumors can be heard, and many souls have died.

There is great division, trembling, now, with fear,
Sides are being polarized as harvest time draws near.

There are just two factions if you understand,
There is that which is of God and that which is of man.

These two warring factions, cannot reconcile.
God is holy every way, but man can just defile.

These two warring factions, banners now unfurled,
There are those who are of Christ and those who love the world.

Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.




Copyright Bob and Kathy Stenson, Freeware. Use it freely.

Free Christian Song Book of Sacred Music and Spiritual Songs


more free Christian songs and free Gospel Music at http://www.freegospelmusic.net