“Peace” is a word Paul used often in his greetings and writings to the church, indicating that it is a foundational attribute in a Christian’s life and walk with God. It is associated with our feet being shod with the “the gospel of peace.” This means peace is bound to our feet which would give us the assurance that we can march into battle and confront any enemy with boldness. It can be a great offensive weapon when in a spiritual battle.The Prince of Peace (Jesus) gives us the confidence to not be affected by what we see or by what we hear as we can keep our spiritual foes under our feet.
It is our legacy as the Lord said, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you…” At the cross, along with taking care of our sins, iniquities, and sicknesses, He also made provision for the chastisement of our peace. There is no end to this peace according to Isaiah 9, and Paul talks about it also, a peace passing all understanding. What an inheritance He has left us.
PEACE will abound as we pray:
KEEPING our heart and mind centered on Him so infusing our entire being with serenity
LEARNING to release all sense of turmoil in His presence
ALWAYS praising Him in every circumstance
MANIFESTING patience over all worries, anxieties, and cares, thereby possessing our souls
CASTING down every imagination and every high thing that is against the Word of God
ALLOWING the perfect will of God to reign in our life
FOLLOWING peace and forgiveness with ALL men
Ladies Prayer Leader
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