The Ultimate Peace

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Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” Where does peacemaking begin? How can we become peacemakers? Can peace be discovered within ourselves? Freud has told us that peace is but a mental attitude. Cast off our phobias, shed our neuroses, and “bingo!”—we’ll have the coveted peace we long for. I respect psychiatry for what it can do. Unquestionably, it has helped many. But it certainly is not satisfactory as a substitute for the peace which can come only from God. If psychiatry leaves God out, ultimately we shall see psychiatrists going to each other for treatment. There can be no peace until we find peace with God. The Bible says, “He is our peace.”

Read Billy Graham’s message, “We Can Have Peace”

Prayer for the day

The balm of Your peace pours over my soul and I humbly praise You, almighty God.

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  1. Carol Lamprey says:

    Thank you for reminding me of the Lord’s promise, peace is all we need to go through anything!

  2. LR Kauffroth says:

    “He is my peace. He hath broken down every wall”

  3. Pam Cary says:

    Thank you.

  4. Jim Nichols says:

    I Need This Right Now!

  5. Richard Hormeku says:

    Big Amen.

  6. Joanne says:

    There is nothing greater than the Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ in you. Thank you God.

  7. Joanne says:

    There is nothing greater than the Peace of out Lord Jesus Christ in you. Thank you God.

  8. rick parkhurst says:

    amen. when qe give up the self mode and turn to our Savior to be in control of us; do we find trie peace

  9. Debbie Hoffman says:

    Struggling with anxiety and depression need His word daily more than all the medication

  10. alfred udoh says:

    Thank you for the works of Jesus you are continuing by Hus grace. May he favour you in Jesus name.