Daily D – Isaiah 26:3-4

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Isaiah 26:3, 4  You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you! Trust in the Lord always, for the Lord God is the eternal Rock. (NLT)

Isaiah 26:8  Lord, we show our trust in you by obeying your laws; our heart’s desire is to glorify your name. (NLT)

Peace in our time is possible. Peace in your heart is possible. Peace with others is possible. 

Perfect peace is a matter of trust. It wells us within us when we focus on the reality of God’s presence, control, and love. It overflows when we trust him from the bottom of our hearts. 

How is peace within us generated? Understanding God’s heart and mind and aligning and attuning ourselves with him is the answer to peace in our hearts, in our relationships, and in our world. In words you may have seen on a church sign, “Know God; know peace.”

This is an idea to mull over, to contemplate. It is a lifestyle to live. Peace takes root in us before it grows beyond us. 

These are good verses to commit to memory, and more than memory, to heart.

I will live in peace as I learn to know and experience God more and more day by day.

Our Father, you are always at peace. I would like to join you there. I want peace with you, peace within me, peace around me, and peace through me. Make me a thoroughly peaceful person as I align and attune my heart and mind with yours. Amen. 

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