Alexander the Great warned his soldiers, “Keep your heads when those around you are losing theirs.” In the heat of battle, it is easy to lose our heads. Head wounds are almost always fatal. No soldier goes into battle without a helmet. St. Paul calls ours the helmet of salvation. Storming hell’s gates requires spiritual brains, not physical brawn. On the eve of battle, Sir Oliver Cromwell said to his Puritan army, “Keep your powder dry, and your prayer books handy.” We need to understand what it means to put on the helmet of salvation because every war begins and ends with the battle for the mind.

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