1st Corinthians Chapter 15 verse 57 Holy Bible
but thanks be to God, who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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But praise be to God who gives us strength to overcome through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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but thanks to God, who gives us the victory by our Lord Jesus Christ.
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But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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and to God -- thanks, to Him who is giving us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ;
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1st Corinthians 15 : 57 Bible Verse Songs
- I am More than A Conqueror by Joyous Celebration
- Victory Belongs to Jesus by Todd Dulaney
- Hallelujah! What a Savior - Man Of Sorrows by Ascend The Hill
- I've Got the Victory by Ricky Dillard
- Already Won by CalledOut Music
- Victory by Jubilee Worship + Tamar St-Julien
- Victory In Jesus by Gaither Vocal Band
- Death Of Death by Cody Carnes
- Nada en la tierra by Sovereign Grace Music
- Christ Is Risen by Phil Wickham
- See A Victory by Elevation Rhythm
- Be Lifted Up by KXC
- Victory by Highlands Worship
- Rising Up by Every Nation Music + Elle Cabiling Tumaliuan
- The Victory by All Sons and Daughters
- Rise Heart by Victory Worship
- Ruler of Nations by Victory Worship
- Death Has No Power by Jeremy Camp
- Victory In Jesus by Jimmy Fortune
- Victory by Yolanda Adams
- Hope For All by Life Center Worship
- Victory by Eben
- Our Jesus by Amanda Cook
- You've Already Won by The Worship Initiative + Davy Flowers
Pulpit CommentaryVerse 57. - Thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory. The victory consists in the defeat of death by the Resurrection, and the forgiveness of sin through Christ's atone-merit, and the nailing to his cross of the torn and abrogated Law which made us slaves to sin and death (Colossians 2:14). "In all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us" (Romans 8:37). Through our Lord Jesus Christ. Who, by fulfilling the Law, has robbed it of its condemning power (Romans 8:1), and by his death "hath destroyed him that had the power of death, that is the devil" (Hebrews 2:14, 15).
Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers(57) But thanks be to God.--The future is so certain that the Apostle speaks of it as a subject for present thanksgiving; the victory is one which God gives now through Jesus Christ. His resurrection is the pledge of our resurrection. His death is the power by which we are enabled to conquer that lower self, from whose crucifixion and death we shall rise to the higher incorruptible life of the resurrection day. With this earnest and enthusiastic expression of praise to God the argument concludes. Through arguments historical, moral, philosophical; through explanations from the analogy of Nature, and from the theology of Old and New Testament history, the Apostle has led his readers, vindicating the truth and illustrating the manner of the Resurrection of the Dead. He projects his mind into the future, and, standing in thought with ransomed and raised Humanity after death has been vanquished and the grave been spoiled, he joins in the shout of triumphant praise which shall then ascend to Christ and God.