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Steps to properly using the "Armour of God."

  1. Stand firm in the truth: Paul encourages believers to be grounded in reality and to hold fast to it. This involves reading and studying the Bible, the source of fact, and obeying its teachings.

  2. Put on the belt of truth: The belt of truth symbolizes readiness and preparation. It represents being firmly anchored in the truth of God's word.

  3. Put on the breastplate of righteousness: The breastplate represents righteousness, which comes from living a life of obedience to God. It protects the heart and vital organs from attacks by the enemy.

  4. Put on the shoes of the gospel of peace: The shoes represent readiness to share the gospel with others. It symbolizes being willing to go wherever God sends us to spread the good news of salvation.

  5. Take up the shield of faith: The protection represents faith, the assurance of things hoped for, and the conviction of things not seen. It protects against the fiery darts of the enemy.

  6. Take up the helmet of salvation: The helmet represents salvation, the assurance of eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ. It protects the mind and thoughts from attacks by the enemy.

  7. Take up the sword of the Spirit: The sword represents the Word of God, which is the weapon that believers use to fight against the enemy. It is the offensive weapon in the spiritual armor.

  8. Pray at all times: Paul emphasizes the importance of prayer to stay connected to God and seek His help in spiritual warfare. Prayer is essential in putting on and utilizing the armor of God.

In summary, to properly use the "Armour of God," one must be grounded in the truth, put on various spiritual armor, and stay connected to God through prayer. By doing so, believers can effectively resist the enemy's attacks and stand firm in their faith.

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