Ephesians-6-16-2(Part 3) CONTINUED: Shield of Faith
An absolute fact: The Shield of Faith will demolish fiery darts.
The fiery darts are the most lethal equipment the wicked one uses against the believer. Ephesians 6:12 describes satan as “spiritual wickedness.” The word wicked is used for two reasons.
Firstly, the word wicked is a reminder that satan is wicked and every believer should resist him and hate sin. God is holy and the opposite of holy is unholy. Cain was described as one who belonged to the evil one ( 1John 3:12). The desire of satan is to impose his image upon all human beings and control them. The believer is to reflect Christ more and more each day.
Secondly, satan is called wicked by God so that every believer will be courageous in the battle against him. These wicked spirits hate God more than they hate the believer. Every child of God is an heir with Jesus Christ. The bible says, “do not touch my anointed ones.” (Psalm 105:15). If He rebuked and opposed Kings for touching His anointed ones, what more of wicked spirits and the spiritually wicked? When God arises, His enemies are scattered completely (Psalm 68:1).
Jesus Christ has the power to extinguish every fiery dart of the enemy. Raise up your Shield of Faith! The swift darts, the darts fired in secret, the darts with the intention to kill… whatever they maybe or wherever they come from…. they will never succeed or prosper. THOUGH THE WEAPON MAY BE FORMED, IT SHALL NOT PROSPER. Those darts will return to its senders.
Where there is no wood, the fire goes out (Proverbs 26:20). God Almighty will take away the wood being used to shape the fiery darts at you. Walk freely in the heritage of your Faith. You are FREE in Christ!
Have a blessed day!
©Ruth Dickson UK (Christian Author)
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