“Bingo,” he said.
“Bingo?” I replied. “You mean like the dog? B-I-N-G-O …”
“No,” he said, “I mean BINGO as in you’ve hit on the key to being an Ortho-Man.”
I must have looked at him strangely, for he continued:
“Describe your vision of Ortho-Man for me.”
Well, repeating the words of my friend Elijah:
Ortho-man wears the super-suit mentioned in Ephesians 6:13-17, the armor of God. I am going to explain his armor …
The waist belt of truth: It’s equipment will stop lies about Christians.
The breastplate of righteousness: Ortho-man’s most powerful weapon, used only when the Orthodox world is almost hopeless.
The shoes of peace: a slight kick from the shoes of peace will stop a war faring enemy.
The shield of faith: It’s defense depends on how many believers are around you.
The helmet of salvation: With this on, you can catch yourself from making a life changing sin.
The sword of the spirit: This sword will deliver hard, stunning blows filled with Christ’s power!
“Nice,” he said. “But, essentially, Ortho-Man is clothed with …
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