The Helmet Of Salvation


As I stood at the start of the rope course, trying to persuade the teenage girl to get ready, I realized I had never heard so many excuses not to wear a helmet:

“It’s uncomfortable.”

“It’s dirty.”

“It doesn’t fit properly.”

“I’m too hot.”

“It’ll ruin my hair.”

I tried to reason with her, but the excuses just kept coming.  Eventually it was only the insistence of the instructor that persuaded her. She could only participate in the activity if she put it on her head.  The helmet was not optional.

In that situation, the helmet was important because of the potential danger.  If anything went wrong, the helmet would save her from a serious head injury.

How much more important is the helmet of salvation for us as Christians, when we face real danger in our daily battle!

Join me at Gracefully Truthful to read more: What is the helmet of salvation?  How can we put it on?  How does it equip us for our daily battle?

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9 thoughts on “The Helmet Of Salvation

  1. Thank you for reminding us to put on our helmets of the hope of salvation, Lesley. Yes, so necessary for our rescue! I am so grateful the hope God gives is not a “flimsy hope” based on what we do but is a “certain hope based on what God has already done for us.” Thank you for encouraging my heart today! Love and blessings to you!

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  2. Lesley, what a great illustration! I love being about to see the spiritual in the everyday events of life. Headed over to Recharge Wednesday to read the rest.


    Thanks for these thoughts and thank you for linking up at InstaEncouragements!

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