Originally posted in 2014
Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness;
Again, if you want to read the entire devotional passage on the Armor of God, read Ephesians 6:10-18.
Today we are discussing the breastplate of righteousness. A Roman soldier going into battle would wear a breastplate made of primarily leather pieces put together which would cover most of him other than arms, legs and head. Obviously, this was designed to protect the soldier’s vital organs from injury.
What is the breastplate of righteousness Paul refers to here? We will briefly discuss what it is not, then a couple of ideas on what it is.
It is not a breastplate constructed from any self-righteousness we might come up with. This would be a shield composed of some “holier than thou” attitude we sometimes assume when dealing with the world…
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