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How To Win Every Battle

How To Win Every Battle

(Daily Inspirational Memory Verse) 
"Put on the whole Armour of God that you may be able to withstand the wiles of the devil." 

Ephesians 6:11







Hey! Listen up! Are you tired of living a defeated life? Are you sick of being tossed backward and forward by random situations in your life? Do you wake up in the mornings hoping for a good day? Are you sick of talking about having the victory but never really living a victorious life?  

If so, it's time to gird up your loins and start winning in your everyday life!

If you want to win every battle that you encounter from here on out, then you need to put on the whole Armour of God! You may be wondering: what exactly does it mean to put on God's Armour, and how can I put it on?

Here's the deal; in Ephesians 6:10, Paul writes "be strong  in the Lord, and in the power of his might." Now would you agree that in order to win a battle, you need to be strong?  Maybe, you're thinking of physical strength, but here we discover that the strength we need to fight today's battles is found [in the Lord]  through [his power & his might].

Unfortunately, without  (the Lord, His power, and His might) you will probably lose the fight. So wouldn't you agree that it's important to discover how to get the Lord's power and might? 

Ephesians 6:11 says to "put on the full armor of God to stand against the wiles of the devil." It appears that in order to get the Lord's power and might, you need to put on the full armor of God. You need the armor of God to (stand) (against) the tricks and schemes of the devil. I'm thinking without that armor it would be pretty hard to stand against the enemy.

Why is this enemy so difficult to defeat without God and His Armour?  Because God is all-seeing, all-knowing, and all present; he can give you the necessary strategies to combat those battles you're fighting. Without that divine insight, you cannot see your enemy, because your enemy isn't physical, but it's spiritual. Ephesians 6:12 tells us that "we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness against this world. Against spiritual wickedness in high places." 

So now you know that you can win every battle through the strength of the Lord, in His power, and in His might. You understand that you need to put on the armor of God in order to receive His power and to see your enemy. However, you've still got to discover: what the armor of God is, and where to find it.  

What Is The Armour Of God: 
  • The belt of truth
  • The breastplate of righteousness
  • Readiness from the gospel of peace
  • The shield of faith
  • The helmet of salvation
  • The sword of the spirit
Where Can The Armour Of God Be Found:

The armor of God is found through God's word and through prayer. When you study your word, you pick up swords in the spirit. One scripture conveys that "if you submit to God and resist the devil, he will flee from you." The devil is no match for God, so when you use the word of God against him, you're resisting or standing against his attacks on you. 


Paul wrote in Ephesians 6:18 "Praying always with prayer and supplication in the spirit, and watching always, [fervently praying for the saints].

Now that's how you win a battle! I challenge you to weigh your fighting techniques against the word of God to see if they measure if up; if they do not, kick out the old techniques, and replace them with the Armour of God. My God; YOU WILL WIN EVERY TIME! Always remember that "all things work together for, the good, to them that love the Lord and are called according to His purposes. Don't focus on what it looks like; Don't listen to the lies that Satan whispers in your ear; Always lean on The Word Of God; continue to fervently pray and the devil will move out of your way!


Wow! Now that was amazing! You can live a victorious life. . .
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To Your Success . . . 
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