When a battle has been won, there are usually three groups of people involved. There those who fought on the front lines of the battle, and won. They are the ones who bear the battle scars, who refused to stop when the going got tough, who repeatedly said "No" to Satan, who changed the name of the game, and who saw the victory first. They knew that hell had lost the battle long before hell knew that it had lost.
Second, there are those who fought valiantly, but behind the scenes. They knew not where the battle was being fought at any given time of day. They knew only that the ether said that the war was waging, that it was fierce, and that hell refused to allow the millennial kingdom of God to lay claim to the earth. That they might have no battle scars is not in itself proof of whether or not they fought. It merely means that they were outside of the line of fire. They dodged the missiles.
The third group are those who remained at home, who did what they wanted to do, and when, who never once checked in with God to tell him that they were ready for the battle. They won, but they didn't fight. They barely knew that the war was waging. They barely knew which side they favored. They barely knew that hell had lost the battle.
The Lord God Almighty El Shaddai