Ephesians 6:15 and, as shoes for your feet, having put on the readiness given by the gospel of peace.
Over and over again, when the Apostle Paul writes to the Ephesians about battling the enemy, he uses the word “stand.” Since the part of the body that we stand on is our feet, it’s best to pay attention to what he has to say about the armor of God that goes there.
What do you stand on in your Christian faith? Is it your church attendance? Your heritage of having a Christian family? The amount of Scriptures you’ve memorized? Maybe even your good deeds? These things are all good, but they’re not the foundation of following Christ and they’re not going to defeat Satan’s attacks.
There is one main thing around which everything else is revolves, and that is the gospel of Jesus Christ. The truth of His death, burial, and resurrection is what we stand on. It’s what gives us peace and it’s what prepares us to fight off attacks. Stand firm on the gospel.