The Sword & Shield

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From biblical to medieval times, the sword was an offensive weapon with the shield used for defense. As modern metaphors for Christian men, the sword represents spiritual growth -- transformation into Christ’s image -- and the shield, moral protection -- stopping the Enemy’s attacks.

Derived from The Sword & Shield Men’s Devotional, iDisciple Publishing’s latest release from author Robert Noland, this five-day study challenges and inspires men to be intentional in their faith. The Sword & Shield Men’s Devotional releases June 10, 2019.

01 01

Spiritual Offense and Defense

Anywhere you have temptations or struggles and want to engage new patterns of behavior, find offensive and defensive Scriptures to support you.
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02 02

Live Out Your Mission

What is one area of your life you believe God wants to increase your influence for Him?
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03 03

Barriers vs. Boundaries

When we follow Jesus, we commit to walk where He leads, not tiptoe the tightrope lines drawn by the culture.
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04 04

Intentional Interaction

What is one situation where you know God wants you to intentionally interact with someone?
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05 05

Get the Poison Out

Our salvation is not up to us to gain, it is a free gift of God, but our level of healing and growth lies in our daily decisions to choose Him.
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