A Prayer to Put on the Armor of God – Your Daily Prayer – January 24
Debbie McDaniel’s daily Armor of God Prayers: “Do not be afraid of them; the LORD your God will fight for you.” (Deut. 3:22). Today we focus on putting on His armor, staying alert, and praying that God will equip believers worldwide to “stand strong.”
How do I put on the whole armor of God?
To put on the full armor of God, you must apply the entire Gospel to every aspect of your life, expressing your complete trust in God and what He has done for you through Jesus Christ. Your victory in spiritual warfare was secured at the cross of Christ and the blood shed there (Rev. 12:11).
What is full armor of God?
In Ephesians, these items are described as follows: loins girt with truth (belt of truth), breastplate of righteousness, shoes with the preparation of the gospel of peace (peace), shield of faith, helmet of salvation, and sword of the spirit/word of God.
How do I remember the armor of God?
Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might, putting on the whole armor of God so that you can stand against the schemes of the devil ( Ephesians 6:10-20 ).
- Truth (belt)
- Righteousness (breastplate)
- Peace (shoes)
- Salvation (Helmet).
What are the 7 pieces of armor of God?
The God’s Armor
- The u201cbreastplate of righteousnessu201d (Ephesians 6:14
- D) is something we should put on.
How do you use the armor of God?
Wearing God’s Armor. Fasten the belt of truth around your waist. Paul writes in Ephesians 6:14, “Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth.” The belt is the part of the armor that holds everything else together, so knowing God’s truth is the first line of defense against temptation and self-doubt.
Why is the armor of God important?
The armor of God represents the spiritual defense we must employ. The Bible tells us that we are fighting a war against Satan, who seeks to destroy us, and that we must therefore take action and put on God’s armor.
What do you mean by armor?
1: a protective outer layer (as of a ship, a plant or animal, or a cable) 2: a quality or circumstance that affords protection the armor of prosperity 3: armored forces and vehicles (such as tanks) 4: a protective outer layer (as of a ship, a plant or animal, or a cable)
What is the only offensive piece of the armor of God?
The only offensive weapon in our arsenal is the sword of the Spirit, which, as Paul goes on to explain, is God’s word through scripture, which equips us to defend ourselves and seek peace with faith.
What does it mean to pray in the Spirit?
If you want to pray in the Holy Spirit, you want to develop Jesus Christ’s love character, and you want to shape your prayers around desires that aren’t lustful, but rather desires that develop your capacity for love, such as desires for professions, spouses, children, material possessions, and so on.
What is the purpose of armor?
Protective clothing with the ability to deflect or absorb the impact of projectiles or other weapons that may be used against its wearer, also known as body armour.
What does it mean to put on the whole armor of God LDS?
u201cTherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day….u201d I’d like to give you some examples from the scriptures of how those who are clothed in such armor, which means keeping all of God’s commandments, are able to withstand the adversary, or their enemies.
What is the helmet of salvation in the armor of God?
The helmet of salvation is another piece of God’s armor that Paul discusses in Ephesians 6. The helmet served as head protection in the Roman army, and it was a crucial piece of armor because an attack to the head could result in instant death.
How do you pray?
Learn to Pray in Four Simple Steps
- Step 1: Address Heavenly Father.
- Step 2: Thank Heavenly Father.
- Step 3: Ask Heavenly Father.
- Step 4: Close in the Name of Jesus Christ.
- Praying in a Group.
- Pray Always, With Sincerity, and Faith in Christ.
Why should we be strong in the Lord?
We can live a life of repentance in the power of the Holy Spirit, and in Christ, we can turn to God for strength and trust that He will provide. Being “strong in the Lord” reveals our neediness, because unlike God, we must rely on someone outside of ourselves to sustain and uphold us.