The arrow was always an aggressive weapon and had the advantage of distance between the two opponents. While the sword required the physical contact of opponents, the archer with the arrow had the comfort of watching the opponent’s moves and striking from a safe place.
This difference between the sword and the arrow also gives a meaning to our struggle in everyday life because there are attacks where the opponent is visible and known, but there are also attacks where the opponent is invisible and unknown.
And it is obvious that the adversary on issues of living faith is generally neither visible nor known, since they use arrows that reach us from unknown sources and directions.
So the man who is interested in keeping the faith alive and the Word active is called upon to train in this unorthodox battle, not only to repel the arrows but also to treat the injured members, so that the adversary’s insult will not have permanent and devastating results, but will act as an educational part of our everyday life.