"Victory from God's Heart,"
dictation delivered by Mighty Victory
September 3, 1973
- LISTEN: Disc 1 Track 16 of The Mandate of Victory Audio Album
- READ: Chapter 16 (pp. 145-150), The Mandate of Victory book (also published in the Pearls of Wisdom®, Vol. 43 No. 8, February 20, 2000)
After you have completed the assignment above, answer the study questions below. You can download these study questions as a PDF here
Study Question 1
- How did Victory present himself at the onset of his dictation? (p. 145)
Study Question 2
- In this dictation Beloved Victory makes a promise. What did he promise? (p. 145)
Study Question 3
- Victory richly expounds on appropriation. How does the master define appropriation and what examples does he give to demonstrate his definition? (pp. 146-147)
- Using your own words, draft a definition of appropriation and record your definition in your Victory Journal for future reference.
Study Question 4
- As the master endeavors to anchor the teaching on appropriation, he states, "…The servant is not greater than his Lord." (p. 147)
- What does this statement mean to you?
- Reflect on historical figures, people you know or read about who exemplify the lifestyle that the servant is not greater than his Lord. Then record their names and a brief statement about their lives in your Victory Journal.
Study Question 5
- Beloved Victory speaks warmly of the "hearts of angels." After reading his words on page 148, identify 3-4 expressions of an angel’s heart. Then in the coming week be a "heart of an angel."
Study Question 6
- After speaking about the "hearts of angels," the master delivered a tremendous dispensation. (pp. 148-149)
- Please describe this dispensation and the steps you will take to keep this dispensation of light. (p. 149)
Study Question 7
- Victory tells us he has come forth to deliver this dictation for a specific purpose. What is that purpose? (pp. 149-150)
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