Every overcomer will receive all that is contained in these seven promises.
It is not that one overcomer receives one thing, and another another, but each one gets all of what is mentioned in the seven.
The ultimate crown is for the overcomer, and not for the untempted one.
Hidden manna and a white stone in which is inscribed a new name are rewarded the overcomer.
But to be an overcomer, I knew there must be no shrinking from duty until the last battle is fought.
The Pergamum overcomer is wooed away from intimacy of friendship with evil to intimacy of friendship with the coming King.
Old English ofercuman "to reach, overtake," also "to conquer, prevail over," from ofer (see over) + cuman "to come" (see come (v.)). A common Germanic compound (cf. Middle Dutch overkomen, Old High German ubarqueman, German überkommen). In reference to mental or chemical force, "to overwhelm, render helpless," it is in late Old English. Meaning "to surmount" (a difficulty or obstacle) is from c.1200. The Civil Rights anthem "We Shall Overcome" was put together c.1950s from lyrics from Charles Tindley's spiritual "I'll Overcome Some Day" (1901), and melody from pre-Civil War spiritual "No More Auction Block for Me." Related: Overcame; overcoming.