In Ephesians 6:15, Paul writes about having our feed shod with the readiness of the gospel of peace. In this study, we learn what the sandals were for the Roman soldier, what the sandals are for Christians, and then how we can wear the sandals as we follow Jesus into the world.
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A reader sent in some excellent questions about the death of Jesus, but I couldn’t answer ANY of them because I didn’t accept the presuppositions that were within each question.
The Breastplate of Righteousness (Ephesians 6:14b) is the second piece of the armor of God. This study explains how we can wear the armor of God in spiritual warfare. We look at how the breastplate worked for Roman soldiers, what it is for the Christian, and how we can put on the breastplate of righteousness and wear it as we follow Jesus into battle.
When Paul turns to write in Ephesians 6:14 about the spiritual armor we are to wear, he begins with the belt of truth. With the very first piece of armor, he tells us that God has given us something to help us break through all the dark lies of Satan, and his deceptive twisting of the truth.
According to Ephesians 6:12, we are not to struggle against humans, but against spiritual enemies. This study on Ephesians 6:12 explains what it means to wrestle against these spiritual enemies, and also what Paul means by the four titles of spiritual enemies that he mentions.
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.