Victory Walkers: Walk in this powerful blessing!

Peace ✌️ & Victory ✌🏽

John 14:27 (TPT)

27 “I leave the gift of peace with you—my peace. Not the kind of fragile peace given by the world, but my perfect peace. Don’t yield to fear or be troubled in your hearts—instead, be courageous![a]Read full chapter

Lao girl giving the V-sign with an outward facing palm in the sunshine

When displayed with the palm inward toward the signer, it can be an offensive gesture in some Commonwealth nations, dating back to at least 1900. The more widespread use as a victory sign (“V for Victory”), with the back of the hand toward the signer (U+270C ✌VICTORY HAND in Unicode), was introduced in January 1941 as part of a campaign by the Allies of World War II.[1] During the Vietnam War, in the 1960s, the “V sign” with palm outward was widely adopted by the counterculture as a symbol of peace and still today in the United States it is commonly called the “peace sign.” Shortly thereafter, it also became a gesture associated with funused in photographs, especially in East Asia, where the gesture is also associated with cuteness.” (Reference).

John 16:33 (TPT)

33 And everything I’ve taught you is so that the peace which is in me will be in you and will give you great confidence as you rest in me. For in this unbelieving world you will experience trouble and sorrows, but you must be courageous,[a] for I have conquered the world!”[b]

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Peace & Victory

Timothy S. Lewis


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