I have been sitting in the passages on God’s Armor all year.
At our Spring Women’s Conference we taught on being – This week I had the honor of teaching the morning devotion at Kids Camp. I wrote a poem to remind the girls to clothe themselves in the Armor of God each morning.
One little girl kept raising her hand…and I knew she was a girl who had something to say. She was determined.
She shared that yesterday in chapel, she kept hearing a voice in her head saying, ‘no one liked her.’
But now with her Armor on she knows that is not true! Mission accomplished!
I wanted to share the poem with you all as well. We are called to put on, clothe ourselves and live in God’s Armor.
Then we are called to simply – Stand. Stand firm in the Lord and His mighty power!
Once we have our armor on and sword in hand we are to do one thing, STAND. Continue reading “She Stands”
…was forged by the Spirit into the Word of God. It is our only weapon, every other piece of our Armor is designed to protect. Our Sword is designed to fight, much too often we leave it on the shelf. We must train ourselves to never go into battle without it. Even if that battle is with ourselves.
Continue reading “Her Sword”
She wears her salvation like a helmet.
Continue reading “Her Helmet”
What is a girl’s shield made of? One simple, yet precious item, her faith. Faith is this … belief, confidence, hope, truth, assurance, certainty, sureness in what we hope for, but what we cannot see.
Continue reading “Her Shield”
What do our Gospel Shoes look like, really look like? Continue reading “Her Shoes”
…with the breastplate of righteousness in place. Ephesians 6:14
The breastplate’s job is to protect our heart. Continue reading “Her Breastplate”
Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist
It has been a long time since I’ve worn a belt… junior high maybe. My pants have no problem staying up without any help. One thing about belts – they do tell the truth. A physical belt wraps around your waist and buckles or it doesn’t. Truth! Continue reading “Her Belt”