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How to Be Victorious in Spiritual Warfare, Part 62

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Ephesians 6:10-18

Albert Barnes said, "No matter how complete the armour; no matter how skilled we may be in the science of war; no matter how courageous we are, we may be certain that without prayer we shall be defeated. God alone can give the victory; and when the Christian soldier goes forth armed completely for the spiritual conflict, if he looks to God by prayer, he may be sure of a triumph."

Leonard Ravenhill said, "The trouble with our theology is that it's all on the blackboard; our theology is all in textbooks. It has no life. It has no breath. It has no power. It has no authority. I'm sick to death of paper theology. I want to see it in flesh and blood!"

In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "News of the Welsh Revival also encouraged those praying for revival in India to increase their efforts. The resulting awakening touched every province in that nation. The Christian population increased by 70 percent during the Indian Revival, sixteen times as fast as did the Hindu population. In many places, meetings lasted five to ten hours."


Yesterday, we looked at the importance of being watchful with perseverance. But there is another thing we ought to be doing as we watch: the Bible says we ought to watch with "supplication for all saints."