When a Roman warrior dressed for battle, the last piece of armor he put on was the helmet. It was a critical element for an effective defense. The helmet protected the soldier from oncoming arrows; but even more importantly, it protected him from the death blow of his opponent's broadsword. The broadsword was massive and heavy, usually three to four feet long. A warrior would hold it with two hands, swing it over his head and bring it down upon the head of his enemy. The crushing blow was debilitating -- or fatal. It was to fend off an attack from Satan's 'broadsword' that the Ephesians were encouraged to put on the next piece of spiritual armor...

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