Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Peace Be With You.

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The pursuit of peace is a most noble endeavor. However, the pursuit of peace without God is a futile and frustrating adventure. For mankind to believe that he can achieve peace without God, is arrogant, at best. Peace begins from within, and without Christ, there can be no true peace. Our Lord is the source of love, peace, and the abundant life. That abundant life begins when, through the act of obedience, we acknowledge our sinful life, admit that there is but one true living God, and that Christ is His only Son. We repent of our sin, ask God to forgive us, and invite Christ into our lives. At that instant, we are changed. We become new creatures. We have access to the true source of peace. A peace that passes all understanding.

God's people will dwell in a peaceful habitation, because Christ has told us that he has gone to prepare a place for us, so that where he is, we may be also.  When my place is ready, He will call me home and I will live in peace forever!  Hallelujah!


My hope is in Christ.  My joy originates with Christ.  My peace is a gift from Christ.  Regardless of how difficult my day may be, I have a peace that my Lord and Savior loves me and has a plan for my life.  The abundant life is dependent upon how sensitive I am to God's will and how obedient I am to that will.


God loves us and everything He asks of us is for our benefit, and His glory.  Christ told us that He came that we might have life and have it more abundantly.  Obedience to the will of God makes for peace and is mutually upbuilding to all who call His name.  Obedience is the key to an abundant life.

If you are searching for peace and cannot find it, I would encourage you to pick up a copy of God's word and read the following passages.  But first, answer these two questions.
1.  To you, who is Jesus?
2.  If what you believe about spiritual things and eternal life were not true, would you want to know it?

Now read;
Romans 3:23
Romans 6:23
John 3:3
John 14:6
Romans 10:9-11
2 Corinthians 5:15
Revelation 3:20

Consider the source of peace.
May the God of all creation reveal Himself to you this day.
Peace.

23 comments:

  1. Driller this is stunning work what a beautiful contribution to BB2010
    Peace~

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  2. Those Peaceglobes are truly beautiful, Driller - beautiful!

    Thankyou for sharing them with us. I hope you have a peaceful day!

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  3. Everyone has a little different view of peace, and how to achieve it. Somehow I knew I would like yours. ( I was right )
    You are my first stop on the peace globe tour!
    Hello from Eric "SpeedyCat"

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  4. One of the most beautiful pages I've seen so far.

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  5. Hello, I'm peace blog-hopping today. thanks for your message. I love your peace globe. It's beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I plan to read the references you listed from the Bible, too. Have a peaceful day!

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  6. Your Peace Globes are lovely! Such a combination of fragility and power. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I have come to believe that hell is a total separation from God. In many ways, the absence of peace is also separation from God.

    Great post. Peace!

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  8. Beautiful globes, Driller... Stay true to your path to Peace.

    ☮ & ♥

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  9. Wonderfully illustrated and written Sir...

    May peace be with all today and always

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  10. Very beautiful. Peace be with you and with us all.

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  11. Totally incredible page. Incredible.

    Much wisdom found here today. Thank you for participating and speaking peace to all of us.

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  12. Found you from the Dona Nobis Pacem. I love your site. I’m going to poke around a little bit, but don’t worry I’ll put everything back where I found it!!

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  13. Beautiful post! Peace to everyone at your place. If only the ones in power would listen to the little folks what a wonderful peaceful world we would have.

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  14. Found you from the Dona Nobis Pacem. I love your site. I’m going to poke around a little bit, but don’t worry I’ll put everything back where I found it!!

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  15. Oh yeah...I saw this over on facebook. Wonderful job! i love all the scripture I'm seeing this year!

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  16. I think that there are many paths to peace and that each of us may choose the one that works best for us. I don't think there is anything arrogant in that belief. I'm happy for you that you have found the path that works for you.

    Peace.

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  17. Your Peace Globes are A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.!

    Peace to you and yours. :)

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  18. Beautiful globes. I wish you peace, today and every day.

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  19. Wonderful post for Blogblast for peace. Peace be with you and yours.

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  20. What beautiful globes—the light in them is such a promise of hope, a lovely symbol of your source of peace.

    Peace be with you.

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  21. #1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 in The Peace Globe Gallery at blogblastforpeace.com

    Peace to you, Driller!

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  22. Your peace post is now linked in my blog: Peace Bloggers Unite

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