The picture of the Christian as a soldier is one of the most vivid illustrations of the Christian life to be found in the Epistles of Paul. But what is involved in enlisting in a spiritual warfare? What are the provisions God makes for his servants? In this volume, Dr D Martyn Lloyd-Jones answers these questions by examining "the whole armour of God". He explores the general principles of spiritual warfare, and then discusses in detail each of the pieces of armour mentioned by the apostle. His teaching abounds in practical insights, and includes valuable expositions of other passages of Scripture, for example, from 2 Peter and Hebrews. It is marked on every page by long years of preaching and pastoral experience, and Christians at every stage of spiritual development will find these pages to be an invaluable guide to living the Christian life in the contemporary world. Younger Christians in particular will find this volume provides a manual of instruction for the whole course of their Christian experience. This volume is the eighth in a series of eight volumes.