P.E.A.C.E. Meditations By Scarlett

Even though we do not naturally know the way to peace, God has given the Way to peace in his Son and in his written word, The Holy Bible. Below is an acronym with a brief phrase easy to remember followed by bullet points with scriptures for meditations on the topic of peace, God's way.

    P.    Praise and Thanksgiving

    E.    Entreaty in Prayer

    A.    Acceptance of God's will

    C.    Christ and Control by the Holy Spirit

    E.    Eternal Perspective

We can know the Way to Peace by God’s instruction in the Bible:

  1. The old self, the natural mind, does not know the way to peace.
  2. God is the One who made peace with us through Jesus.
  3. By uniting with Christ and remaining in Christ we can receive his peace.
  4. The Holy Spirit was sent to dwell in us producing that peace.
  5.  We can nurture peace or hinder peace; so let the peace of Christ rule in our hearts.
  6. GodGod made us a body so we could comfort and encourage one another. Be there for each other.
  7. We combat anxiety by praying about everything, fixing our minds on Christ and the kingdom of God.
  8. God will keep in perfect peace those who rely fully on him believing his promises to us.
  9. Know his promises by continuing to read and practice the truth of the Bible.
  10. Above all, continue to worship God with thanksgiving.

Scripture References for the above list:

  1.  Isaiah 59:8
  2.  Romans 5:1-11
  3.  John 14:27; 16:33; Isaiah 9:6-7; Luke 2:14
  4.  Galatians 5:22-26; Romans 8:5-8
  5.   Colossians 3:15
  6.  Hebrews 10:23-25
  7.  Philippians 4:5-7
  8.  Isaiah 26:3-4
  9.  2 Timothy 3:14-17
  10.  Hebrews 13:15; Psalms 75:1; 105:1-2; 106:1

These are only a few of the scriptures about peace. Meditation on the word of God is important to our peace. By looking up "peace" in a concordance, you can add to this list many other important instructions and applications.

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