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Ephesians 6:15 For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the good news so that you’ll be fully prepared.”

Below you can view and download the Notes & Outline from our May 15, 2013 study.

Week 3 – Message Notes – Shoes Of Peace by Francheska Boria Ramos

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Ephesians 6:15 For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the good news so that you’ll be fully prepared.”

Romans 8:6, John 14:27, Colossians 1:20, Romans 5:1, Romans 12:18, 2 Corinthians 13:11

Why do soldiers have to cover their feet? Why is it helpful to have the right shoes for a battle?

Protects from the rough terrain:
The soldier is powerless without the proper shoes. Roman sandals were more like today’s cleats, with sharp metal nails embedded in them to help them retain their footing.

Prepares the soldier to stand
Protects us through our walk of life. How long would you last in your battle if you forgot to put on your shoes? We must make advance preparations to put on the gospel into our lives so that we can avoid the temptations and pitfalls of the enemy. We will also use “our shoes” to go out and teach the gospel to those who are lost.

If we accept that Jesus died on the cross in our place, I can have peace with God. Why is it a challenge sometimes to have peace with God on our daily lives?

Peace with ourselves is important, what’s the key for a life of peace? How is that peace different from the peace that the world offers?

Here’s what peace means, that in the midst of all the complications, in the midst of the pain, in the midst of the chaos, you’ll have confidence. You’ll have contentment.

Philippians 4:6-9: “Don’t worry about anything. Instead pray about everything. Tell God what you need and thank him for allim for all He has done. If you do this, you will experience God’s peace.

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