Soldiers For the King

FIGHT FOREVER

We are

WARRIORS

FIGHTERS

SOLDIERS

FOR THE KING

We are fighting in a

BATTLE

AGAINST

THE

ENEMY

AND NOTHING WILL STOP US TILL WE’RE FREE

We will FIGHT FOREVER

            Till the BATTLE IS OVER

   And WE WILL NOT EVER SURRENDER

       

    NOTHING WILL STOP US

   NOTHING WILL BREAK US

   WE WILL STAND UP AND STAND TALL

  

WE WILL FIGHT TO THE END OF IT ALL

‘Cause

WE ARE

SOLDIERS

FIGHTERS

Warriors

FOR THE KING

Take up the complete armor of Elohim, so that you have power to withstand in the wicked day, and having done all, to stand. Stand, then, having girded your waist with truth, and having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having fitted your feet with the preparation of the Good News of peace; above all, having taken up the shield of belief with which you shall have power to quench all the burning arrows of the wicked one. Take also the helmet of deliverance, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of Elohim.

Ephesians 6:13-17 

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5 thoughts on “Soldiers For the King

  1. If I may ask you a question: In verse 16 of Ephesians chapter 6.
    What is the difference between faith and belief because I take the Shield of faith not the shield of “belief”. Did this version translate Romans :17 So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:17, KJV) Hebrews 11:1 with the word “belief”? Belief comes by hearing and Hearing by the Word of God? or is it Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God as the KJV says.
    Faith comes from the word that means Trust. Also fidelity.

    So I trust in the operation of the law of God, I don’t just believe in the law of God, I know and act on it.
    Like I know and have faith in the law of gravity. I don’t wake in the morning and wonder if my feet are going to the floor. I am now questioning the translation on this issue.

    Thank you for posting this because now I am investigating the definitions and other changes in that version.

    1. pistis
      pis’-tis
      From G3982; persuasion, that is, credence; moral conviction (of religious truth, or the truthfulness of God or a religious teacher), especially reliance upon Christ for salvation; abstractly constancy in such profession; by extension the system of religious (Gospel) truth itself: – assurance, belief, believe, faith, fidelity.

      Faith and belief I think are the same thing…

      1. thank you for your answer, speedy too. I need more than that though. I believe there is a difference in the definitions of the two words, a distinction between them that will not be readily apparent. The foundation of a word is specific. The word faith would come from a different foundation than the word belief other wise the two words would not exist because htere would be no need for a second word to describe the same thing. But thank you.

  2. The definitions of words has changed over time. I have done a brief study of some words that I discovered on a web page. Like the word “nice”. It has changed from the original meaning to the new meaning but the foundation of the word from the language from which it originates means the exact opposite of what it is understood today. I have recently posted the post because it was quite a revelation to me. So having done that study I am attuned to words that I have not been attuned to in the past. Watchful/Vigilent.

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