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February 7, 2021

Rewrite of God’s Armor

Filed under: My Writing Experiences — ccassello @ 11:47 pm

Chorus:

Put on the whole armor God.
Don't rely on self-defense.
You can't see what you're up against.

Verse 1:

The helmet of salvation will guard your thoughts.
When you are saved, they can't be bought.
Knowledge needs to be protected and your motives be inspected.
In a world teaching self-serve, will you obey God without reserve?

Verse 2:

The heart is covered by the breastplate.
Righteousness eliminates all hate.
Show love to your enemy as you're told. Do not let your heart grow cold.
You can't win conflicts by being mean. Your real opponent can't be seen.

Verse 3:

Girt your loins about with truth.
Telling lies is quite uncouth.
Deceit and cunning are demonic snares, of which you need to be aware.
Say what you mean, mean what you say. You'll keep the enemy at bay.

Verse 4:

The shield of faith will quench all doubt.
Those Firey darts will soon burn out.
Hold it up, don't let it drop. If you do, you will not stop.
You will re-power, gaining strength with every hour.

Verse 5:

The feet wear peace, for they must travel,
Over smooth roads and rocky gravel.
Peace will be going wherever you are, whether near, or whether far.
People you meet along the way will want to join with you one day.

Verse 6:

Last, the two-edged sword, God's Word.
It is how God's voice is heard.
The Bible is a searchlight, exposing all that isn't right.
Its blade is sharp and will sever all ungodly endeavour.

 

 

 

 

 

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