When it comes to Spiritual Warfare, we need a plan of attack. Ephesians 6:11, 13, provide the Battle Plan. By seeing the three elements of this plan, we can stand strong against the wiles of the devil.
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Ephesians 6:10 is the opening statement to the instructions of Paul about how to put on the armor of God for spiritual warfare. It contains important introductory information about this battle we find ourselves in.
Dan Kent has written a fantastic book about humility. You might think the topic sounds boring (so did he!), but he has discovered something about humility which makes a lot of sense and helps us better understand what humility is, and how to live humbly in this life.
There are five warning passages in Hebrews. Two of them, Hebrews 6:7-8 and Hebrews 10:27, are often used to teach that Christians can go to hell if they turn away from Jesus or stop believing the truth. But is that what the author of Hebrews is saying? No. A careful study of the context reveals what the author IS teaching.
By carefully studying the context of 2 Thessalonians 1:8-9, we learn that the references to fire, vengeance, and everlasting destruction in this passage are NOT warnings about people suffering forever in the burning flames of hell. There is a dire warning here, but it is not about everlasting punishment in hell.
The story of the Rich Man and Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31 is probably the premier passage in the Bible that convinces people about the reality of hell as a place of eternal suffering and torment. But is this really what Jesus is teaching in this text?