What exactly makes for peace and why should we pursue it. It's such a simple word. Peace is not simply the absence of conflict, whether it be personal or international. Peace is not simply tolerance of others, regardless of their beliefs, behavior, or attitudes. In order to have peace on a grand scale, it is necessary to have peace on a personal level. Peace cannot be found in wealth. It cannot be found in power. It cannot be found in pleasure. Our world is filled with miserable people who have tried to find peace in all of these things. True peace comes from our Creator. However, we must seek it out. Again, the world is filled with miserable people who thought that merely labeling themselves as Christians would bring peace into their lives. We are not promised wealth. We are not promised power. We are not promised a life filled with pleasure. We are promised that the God who created us and sent His Son to die on a cross for our sins, will give us peace in the midst of our surroundings. Regardless of our position in life and the circumstances we find ourselves in, if we can look to God Almighty and truly say, "It Is Well With My Soul", then we have found peace. May you and yours find peace. Enjoy.
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That Peace Blog is amazing and beautiful.ReplyDelete
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Love the verse you chose ... most excellent. I found my self nodding in agreement with your well written post. Fantastic !!ReplyDelete
Peace be with you today and every day.ReplyDelete
Peace is humble. Great post, and the peace globe is lovely!ReplyDelete
I'm still working on my inner peace. Almost there :) Peace to you today and always!ReplyDelete
DrillerAA, I love the scripture on your Peace Globe and the Gaithers always make me happy. God bless you today, on this peace-filled day in the blogosphere, and always.ReplyDelete
What a magnificent Peace Globe, and a gorgeous tree!ReplyDelete
Your peace globe is wonderful and very thoughtful post. I also love your skywatch photo.ReplyDelete
wow, nice globe, I dream of peace in my lifetimeReplyDelete
Fantastic Globe Sir! And the words that follow are wonderfully expressed.ReplyDelete
Peace to all of your glorious family
My Sky Watch, happy weekend!
Peace does begin inside us all... Lovely globe!ReplyDelete
Super peace globe and a wonderful post!!ReplyDelete
Peace be with you today and every day!
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A wonderful peace globe! I adore the Gaithers.ReplyDelete
Peace be with you always.
Wonderful peace post - peace to you!ReplyDelete
Love the globe. Peace!ReplyDelete
Lovely. Peace be with you and yours always.ReplyDelete
What a lovely peace post. Thank you for your thoughtfulness. The song is one of my favorites. It was great to share a quiet, beautiful moment on your blog. Peace.ReplyDelete
Your peace globe is stunning (but I knew it would be) and you have written a very thoughtful post.ReplyDelete
You've also managed to post one of my favorite hymns of all times. It is the perfect peace song.
Peace to you and yours,
This has to be the brightest and most beautiful shot of the day for me. Perfection to my eyes. Great photo. genieReplyDelete
Wonderful Peaceglobe...really...wonderful! And what you say holds so much truth.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and yours peace and happiness
[your peace post will soon be linked into the patchwork peace quilt on my blog 'Peace Bloggers Unite' ]
Such a beautiful posting of peace. Lovely as always. Thank you for blogging peace with us. Please join us again November 4th.ReplyDelete
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