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Don't Let Your Guard Down - Part 3 (6 of 7)
Series: Victory In Jesus
We are continuing in the message from last week titled ''Don't Let Your Guard Down.'' As we get into the verses in Ephesians chapter 6 regarding the armor of God, we must realize that we must keep on every piece of the armor in order to stay victorious. At any given time if we let our guard down or take one piece of the armor off we are susceptible to an attack from the enemy. The devil prowls around like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour. The MAY part of this verse is key because if we have the full armor on, every piece, the devil may not. He will attack, but he cannot devour us because we are protected in the armor of Christ. Who likes to eat metal? No one, not even the devil. Our armor is Christ and so he would have to panetrate past Christ to get to us - as long as we have him on!
(NLT) Ephesians 6:10 A final word: Be strong with the Lord's mighty power. 11 Put on all of God's armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies and tricks of the Devil. 12 For we are not fighting against people made of flesh and blood, but against the evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against those mighty powers of darkness who rule this world, and against wicked spirits in the heavenly realms. 13 Use every piece of God's armor to resist the enemy in the time of evil, so that after the battle you will still be standing firm. 14 Stand your ground, putting on the sturdy belt of truth and the body armor of God's righteousness. 15 For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the Good News, so that you will be fully prepared. 16 In every battle you will need faith as your shield to stop the fiery arrows aimed at you by Satan. 17 Put on salvation as your helmet, and take the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. 18 Pray at all times and on every occasion in the power of the Holy Spirit. Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers ...
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