Tag Archives: peace

Home / Posts tagged "peace" (Page 4)

        When the world buffets you, and assails you, you will find safe harbor in My arms, you will hear tender words from My lips, and you will know love from My heart.  I will not buffet, nor assail, you.  I will not speak harshly to you, nor push you from My sight.  I […]

Continue Reading...

          When you sing a song, of thanksgiving and gratitude, your song is a song of joy, inviting all who hear to come, gather ‘round, and know the peace held in thanksgiving, gratitude, and joy. And The Holy Spirit says:        Through thanksgiving you are blessed.  Through gratitude you are awakened.  And held […]

Continue Reading...

          Consider the river.  It draws its life from the source, and then, it follows its path, until it is welcomed into the open arms of the sea, where it is lifted-up, up into the sky.  The river might appear as one.  But when you catch the river, in the light of the […]

Continue Reading...

          “I AM with you.  I reach-out and touch you, today, and bring you the message, I AM with you.  Be not afraid, for nothing can harm you.  You are an eternal being, and you shall live forever.  The cloak you where now, the human body, you are experiencing now, is temporary, and […]

Continue Reading...

          Quiet determination can accomplish more than bursts of chaotic energy, than courses filled with chaos and confusion, with frenzy.  Accomplish, what needs to be done, with quiet determination. And The Holy Spirit says:        Peace is not held in the clanging of cymbals, and the beating of drums.  Peace is held within […]

Continue Reading...

          The answer, to every question, coming to Me in prayer, or in tears, or in anger, is very simple, and it is the only answer you will ever need.  Come, draw near to Me.  Sit with Me, and use the love, I give to thee, to share with others.  My sons and […]

Continue Reading...

          Practice patience, today; and begin, by holding your tongue, when you are tempted to react to words, you consider to be, hurtful, hateful, or annoying.  It will be difficult, at first, to resist the temptation to retaliate, but do so anyway.  Retaliatory remarks will not curb anger, but will be, as fuel […]

Continue Reading...