One of the Elders said, “Don’t weep. Look–the Lion from Tribe Judah, the Root of David’s Tree, has conquered. He can open the scroll, can rip through the seven seals.” So I looked, and there, surrounded by Throne, Animals, and Elders, was a Lamb, slaughtered but standing tall. Seven horns he had, and seven eyes, the Seven Spirits of God sent into all the earth. Revelation 5:5-6 (MSG)
God personally present in Christ through the Cross fought all the battles that ought to be fought, He won and now He’s seated enjoying the victory.
The Lamb that was slain is now seated on the throne reigning in triumph and majesty. The Lamb has overcome with His Blood that was shed at Calvary.
He’s now inviting us to join Him in acknowledging, accepting, and affirming the final triumph of the Cross.
What we look at and call reasons or cause for fighting or doing battle are the schemes of the enemy where he constantly shows us sense evidence of what’s not yet done, removed or dealt with. The adversary is still showing us how we are still sinful, unworthy, weak, cursed, sick, poor, defeated, bound, and limited. But the Lamb in His Love for us with His own Blood has freed us, washed us, justified us, sanctified us from and glorified us above all sin and all its consequences. Hearing this Gospel truth, saying it, preaching it, teaching it, prophesying it, singing it, praying and interceding in the light of it, acting in line with it, is what causes us to see, experience, and enjoy the same triumph that the Lamb who overcame lives in. It is how we also like Him operate in the seated and reigning mode and mood of God even while here on earth.