Our Focal Scripture gives an insight into the status of the men that eventually became dry bones. Those men were said to be slain. They probably went into a battle with people who were stronger than they were, and they ended up consumed. What they came to fight against eventually prevailed over them. What they came against overpowered them and they went down. Their opposition prevailed over and above them.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: you will not be a victim of what you are currently facing. You will not be reduced by the hands of your adversaries; you will not be cut short by that health challenge that has come against you; you will not be a victim of the conspiracies against you; you will not be a victim of the satanic plots and wicked plans of the enemy; you will not be consumed by those that have gathered to fight against you.
In bible times, battles usually took place in valleys. Any man who went to a valley to fight would have had the capacity to win a battle. So these men went into a battle that they could have actually won, but they ended up slain. They went to do what they had capacity to do, and they were consumed. Every plan of the enemy to defeat you in the same battles you have capacity to win, I command a reversal immediately.
Jesus did not redeem you so that you can be a victim of those who do not like you. Jesus did not redeem you so that you can lose the same battles you have capacity to win. Jesus did not redeem you so that you can be a victim of the same things you should conquer. Jesus did not redeem you so that you will be overpowered by the forces you were raised to subdue.
Arise like the giant that you are; break the stronghold of the enemy. Crush the gates of hell that you see around you. Don’t accept to be a victim of the enemy.