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Introduction
This last passage in the book of Ephesians is a call to readiness.
It is a practical illustration for the walk of a Christian.
Although the war has been won, there are still many battles left.
Paul is teaching us how we can win those battles.
All the power is drawn from the might of Christ.
See v. 10.
Main
The Enemy (Eph.
6:10–12)
The Devil is the leader
Satan has helpers
The Equipment (Eph.
6:13–17)
The girdle of truth (v.
14a)
The breastplate of righteousness (v.
14b)
Isaiah 59:17 See context
The shoes of the Gospel (v.
15)
Isaiah 52:7
The shield of faith (v.
16)
The helmet of salvation (v.
17)
The sword of the Spirit (v.
17b)
Hebrews 4:12
logos and rema are translated ‘word’, in Ephesians the original word is rema not logos.
The Energy (Eph. 6:18–20)
Pray always
Pray in the Spirit
Pray and watch
Keep on praying
Pray for all the saints
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