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Finding Peace In Jesus

“Great peace has those who love your law; nothing can make them stumble. I wait for Your Salvation, Lord, and I follow your commands. I obey your statues, for I love them greatly.” (Psalm 119:116)

Not ‘What Would Jesus Do’ but ‘What Did Jesus Do?’

How do you stay inspired when stress symptoms flare up? What about when anxious about life? How do you remain steadfast in faith and in peace during troublesome times? We all had moments of feeling overwhelmed, but we must still stay in obedience with God’s commandments. It is imperative to remain focused on our peaceful, spiritual and eternal relationship with God.

Sister Copeland’s devotion states “Life is too short to stress, argue or worry. Stay positive. Be humble. Count your blessings. Embrace lessons. Cherish people who support you and love you for who you are.” — Babz


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9 thoughts on “Finding Peace In Jesus

      1. You’re welcome my dear friend. Blessings to you! I’m headed to day 2 of radiation soon! I’m so thankful for the radiance Christ gives us! 💛💕🙏🏻


  1. Hi Tangie, very relatable to me as you very well know, my mother transitioned last month, August 4th. Honestly, “Finding peace in Jesus”
    was non-negotiable for me, an absolute must in order for me to keep my spiritual strength in tact, therefore, I particularly remembered, the scripture
    (I Samuel 30:6) and I was able to continue to have “Peace in Jesus”!

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    1. Hi Pam, you are definitely right so many ask Why Lord and return to the world. Amen ““Finding peace in Jesus”
      was non-negotiable for me, an absolute must in order for me to keep my spiritual strength intact.” Thank you for sharing your comments.


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