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"YOUR BATTLE ARMOR"
Battle armor!  What is your Battle
Armor? Well do you believe God is
a dot? Do you believe his Angels
are dots?  You know a dot or a
circle.  Like you were taught your
soul is.   So which do you want to
believe that the "spirit of God" is a
dot or a circle like you believe "the
spirit of you" is, or that the "spirit
of God" has a spiritual body and
the "spirit of you" has a spiritual
body?
So do you want to know "How to
put on your Battle Armor"?
Well to many people it does matter what they believe.   But it does not matter to them what is the
truth is.  I am here to tell you the truth.  Not to reinforce what you want to believe or think you
should believe.  The truth is the people of old, knew God had a spiritual body.  And they all knew
the "spirit of you" had a spiritual body.   Look it all the pictures and art work they drew of God as
he reveled himself to them.  Of course their were sickos that worked for Satan and drew God in a
sick light.   But all the Godly people knew what he looked like.  Now I will give you the truth right
out of the bible.
Paul talks about this in great detail in The First Book of Corinthians Ch:15.  He explains in
great detail about the Resurrection of Christ and that we all will experience a Resurrection.  He
explain that after the physical body dies the spiritual body, within us, is Resurrected and stands
in Judgment before God the Father.  He explains in
Rev Ch:20 vs:12-15 that all will be judged
for all they have done in their lifetime.  And all of you will then be sent to hell or heaven.  He also
explains that the suffering and joys you lived on earth were felt through your spiritual body and
you will experience them in heaven or hell.
Looking at First Corinthians Ch:15 vs:44 we see Paul explains that man and women come
together (have sex) and create a baby (a physical being).  Then God send down a spiritual body
to live in it.  Then Paul goes on to explain this over and over.  He goes on to reexplain how when
you die your spiritual body will live and face judgement before God.  And that you really are that
spiritual body/being.  
Paul explains that we must take care of the spiritual body that lives within us.  That only through
it, can we hear God, communicate with God,  or see God.  Only through it can we see clearly
when Satan tries to trick us or deceive us into disobeying God.  Only through it can we see the
truth about things and see when someone is lying to us or we are going to make a stupid
mistake that we will regret the rest of our lives.  He goes on to explain that we must strengthen it
and protect it.  We must speak the heavenly language of God and the Angels.  The language
our spiritual being/boby speaks and spoke before God sent it down to dwell within us.
 (Called
Spiritual Tongues.)
Both speaking in spiritual tongues (Eph:6 :18), singing in spiritual song (Eph:5 :19), and putting on the
battle armor (Ephesians Ch:6 vs:11-17) are commands from God.  In other words we are commanded
to put on our battle armor everyday and pray spiritual song in spiritual tongues everyday.  Otherwise
your spiritual body gets so weak from being unprotected and not being strengthened that you no
longer hear God much, and are lost in the world ruled by Satan.  Trying to find your way and
struggling day to day.  Wishing and hoping that you make the right choices and decisions.  Wishing
and hoping you win the daily battles.  Even going so far as to lie to yourself and believe that
everything you do is what God wants.  But not taking the time to ask him, because you know that you
do not get an answer anymore.  Instead of getting God's advice and doing what he says, knowing that
whether you win or lose each battle, because you did what God wants, he will bless/reward you for it.
"You serve God through action!"
Millions of people think about doing this for God, and doing that for God.  But they
never do it.  Just empty promises, that go unfulfilled.  
Again John states clearly in
Rev:20 vs:12-15 that everyone will be judged for all they did for God, and all
the times they refused to do what God wanted.
  But the key word here is
"action".  Thinking about doing something is nothing, unless you do it.  But another
very important biblical factor comes into play here.   
If we except Jesus Christ as
our Lord and Savor
, and even if we don't, then we have to submit to God's authority.  
And as Jesus proclaimed clearly many times, he submits himself to the authority of the
Lord God Almighty.  So if we except Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savor, we must
except the authority of the Lord God Almighty.  Otherwise we really do not except
Jesus as our Lord nor submit to his authority.  Hence he will not save us or as most
people word it, be our Savor.  Because all Lords rule over their subjects who obey or
they suffer the consequences.
So with that being said.  It  should be clear that moving your
mouth is action.  And thinking in your mind is not action, but
merely thinking of doing something.  And that is why we are
commanded to speak our prayers.  Except when we are
somewhere we can't speak out loud.  In that case we say our
prayers when we can speak, out loud.  When you are
somewhere that you can't speak out loud you can still talk to
God in the spirit and do other spiritual things.  So when you
put on your battle armor you speak it out loud.  You say
verses 11 to 17 from chapter 6, in the book of Ephesians.  Put
it on everyday, because all the fighting you do during the day
wears it down.  Yes, every day is a fight.   It is best to say it
first thing in the morning.  Put it on with your spouse.
11. We/I Put on the whole armour of God, that we/I may be able to stand

against the wiles of the devil.  12.  For we/I wrestle not against flesh and

blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the

darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.    13.

Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that we/I may be able

to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.    14. Stand

therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the

breastplate of righteousness;  15. And your feet shod with the preparation

of the gospel of peace; 16 Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith

we/I shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked.   17.  And take

the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of

God:

The King James Version, (Cambridge: Cambridge) 1769.
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