H/T Citizen Tom
When we think of spiritual warfare, we have a tendency to think of a glorious knight slaying a dragon, but the go-to passage on spiritual warfare, Ephesians 6:10-17 NASB – The Armor of God – Finally, be strong – Bible Gateway, describes something a bit more mundane, a Roman soldier standing — persevering — firmly in place, desperately trusting in the armor God has given him for the battle.
How does this work in practice? I expect most of us, most Christians, hope our lives look at least a little like Nehemiah’s life. With some confusion we struggle to obey God. Each of us believes God has something He called us to do, and we struggle against the temptations of this world to make ourselves do…
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