Daily D – Psalm 34:14
Psalm 34:14 Turn away from evil and do good. Search for peace, and work to maintain it. (NLT)
Our lives are most often about as peaceful as we want them to be. Since we tend to find what we are looking for, “Search for peace, and work to maintain it.”
We can have peace, or we can win an argument.
We can have peace, or we can have our say.
We can have peace, or we can remind others who is in charge here.
Feel like arguing? How about holding your peace instead?
Feel like you must say something? How about turning your passion into a prayer?
Feel like your authority is being challenged? How about demonstrating the peaceful presence of truth under control?
I will search for peace and work to maintain it.
Our Father, bless us with the peace of your presence at all times and in all things. Empower us to live in peace will all people as far as it depends on us. Amen.
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Daily D – 1 Samuel 9:21
1 Samuel 9:21 Saul replied, “But I’m only from the tribe of Benjamin, the smallest tribe in Israel, and my family is the least important of all the families of that tribe! Why are you talking like this to me?”
Daily D – 1 Samuel 7:12
1 Samuel 7:12 Samuel then took a large stone and placed it between the towns of Mizpah and Jeshanah. He named it Ebenezer (which means “the stone of help”), for he said, “Up to this point the Lord has helped us!”
Daily D – 1 Samuel 3:19
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Daily D – Ruth 2:12-13
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Daily D – Judges 19:1
Judges 19:1 Now in those days Israel had no king. There was a man from the tribe of Levi living in a remote area of the hill country of Ephraim. One day he brought home a woman from Bethlehem in Judah to be his concubine.