The Christian, His Conflict and His Armour (Christian Heritage Series)
Charles Simeon was an Anglican Minister in Cambridge at the time of Wilberforce and Newton. He encouraged a generation of men to the missionary field, to defend the church against liberalism and to take up the call to become ministers...
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Charles Simeon was an Anglican Minister in Cambridge at the time of Wilberforce and Newton. He encouraged a generation of men to the missionary field, to defend the church against liberalism and to take up the call to become ministers of the gospel.
An examination of Ephesians 6:10-18 which involves the description, purpose and usage of the whole armour of God. Written in Simeon's profound and warm style. Easy to assimilate and motivational to apply.
"We urgently need in the pulpits of the world a new generation of Simeons who, like him, will expound scripture with faithfulness, passion and relevance" - John Stott.
The section of the epistle to the Ephesians on the armour to be worn by every Christian is a profound passage of scripture. It provides a warning and a promise to every believer. The promise is that if we wear all the armour then we will win the battles, not just the war. The warning is that if we don't wear all the armour we will be defeated.
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