Perfect Peace

Perfect peace

Peace …

Sweet, perfect, peace.

That’s what I want today. That’s what I want for all my family and friends. No doubt, you want that too.

Today, like any other day, holds endless possibilities for our emotions, often based on our circumstances. Given the uncertainty of the world in which we live, I’m so thankful that we have this promise—

“You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.” -Isaiah 26:3

May God’s sweet perfect peace rest in your heart and mind, even now, as you entrust your day into His hands.

Leila 🧡

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6 thoughts on “Perfect Peace

  1. Yes, when we keep our minds and hearts on God, he will keep us in his perfect peace, because we trust in him and believe in him.❤️❤️❤️ It’s a blessing to know that in spite of our circumstances, we can still find peace in the midst of unexpected life events or chaos!

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  2. Hi Leila, This is so timely. I started my day great and feeling peaceful, and for some reason (I think the trigger is untidiness left by hubby or kids) I get in a bad mood very quickly and I look to blame. I loved reading your message today and it made me look deeper into that trigger. I found a lot of synonym to the word untidiness; clutter, chaos, confusion, derangement, disorder, hodgepodge, scramble
    shuffle…there are a lot…lol All these things get in the way of my peace. But I know better…it’s the devil trying to push my buttons. He knows what they are! I will keep my peace today and write down this beautiful verses so I can read it often. Love you Sister!!!

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    1. Hi Nathalie, thank you so much for sharing openly! I can relate to that trigger. We are visual and drawn to beauty. So clutter, disorder etc can affect us. Thanks be to God for His peace which surpasses our understanding, as we refocus on Him. So happy to read and be encouraged by your comment Nat. Love you sis 💕💐🌻


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