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Seeking His peace?



Seeking His peace? Imagine a life devoid of peace—not just the absence of war, but the serene peace of God. Amidst countless blessings, His peace reigns supreme, securing us in our homes, guiding us safely through life's intersections. Yet, do we truly appreciate this peace? Let us acknowledge and give thanks for His serene presence.


Think about it. Ingratitude shows a spiritual immaturity. Babies don’t always appreciate what parents do for them. Their concern is not what you did for me yesterday, but what are you doing for me today.  

 

God’s Word tells us: “People who have wealth but lack understanding are like the beasts that perish (Psalms 49:1-20).”


Past and future hold no meaning; mature Christians focus on God's continual blessings. Unworthy, yet He grants us peace despite our ingratitude. Let us daily thank and praise Him for His protection, provision, and bounty, seeking His peace above all.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, In the rhythm of life, mature faith grounds in God's ceaseless blessings. Unworthy, yet embraced in His peace. Let's offer thanks and praise for His care, provision, and abundant grace, seeking His peace above all. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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Seeking His peace?



Seeking His peace? Imagine a life devoid of peace—not just the absence of war, but the serene peace of God. Amidst countless blessings, His peace reigns supreme, securing us in our homes, guiding us safely through life's intersections. Yet, do we truly appreciate this peace? Let us acknowledge and give thanks for His serene presence.


Think about it. Ingratitude shows a spiritual immaturity. Babies don’t always appreciate what parents do for them. Their concern is not what you did for me yesterday, but what are you doing for me today.  

 

God’s Word tells us: “People who have wealth but lack understanding are like the beasts that perish (Psalms 49:1-20).”


Past and future hold no meaning; mature Christians focus on God's continual blessings. Unworthy, yet He grants us peace despite our ingratitude. Let us daily thank and praise Him for His protection, provision, and bounty, seeking His peace above all.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, In the rhythm of life, mature faith grounds in God's ceaseless blessings. Unworthy, yet embraced in His peace. Let's offer thanks and praise for His care, provision, and abundant grace, seeking His peace above all. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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