KFJ 13 – The Journey – Finding and Living with Peace

“For the past few days, I have considered sharing a vital topic that has been on my mind; it is about finding, keeping, and applying peace in life.

Here are a few questions to consider,

What is peace? Why is it important to have peace? What is the sensation of having peace? Where Can I Turn for Peace?

Peace is used in connotations, like when countries sign a treaty and are at peace during wars or when there is a conflict or difference of opinion between family or friends and finding consolidation, also when there is inner turmoil because of worries and stress affected by life’s circumstances or own choices.

However, in the scriptures, peace is used a little differently. To create a sense of peace, as described in the scriptures, it is essential to have the desire to have peace, and then through prayer and meditation, it can be achieved.


“Biblical peace is more than just the absence of conflict or a state of rest. It is taking action to restore a broken situation. It’s more than a state of inner tranquility; it’s a state of wholeness and completeness.”

—Quote from “Words of Faith, Hope, and Love” page You can learn more here.

I trust in the words of Jesus, “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid”

(John 14:27)

You can learn more here.

There is a hymn that I love; It is called “Where Can I Turn for Peace?” It is a beautiful song.

I close my message with this song.

“Where can I turn for peace? Where is my solace When other sources cease to make me whole? When with a wounded heart, anger, or malice, I draw myself apart, Searching my soul?”

The lyrics are by Emma Lou Thayne You can learn more here.
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