God’s Peace




Philippians 4:6-7 (NIV)

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

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We are called not to be anxious about anything.

Sometimes the cares of this world can make us miserable.

We are often worried and anxious about our lives.

We are often doubtful and fearful about the journey ahead.

We are often disturbed by our past failures and shortcomings.

But we are called not to be anxious about anything.

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We are called to look up to God.

We are called to stop all our struggling.

We are called to look up to God for assistance.

We are called to look up to God for answers.

We are called to look up to God for consolation.

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We are called to talk to God.

We are called to pray to Him about our worry and anxiety.

We are called to plead to Him for help.

We are called to thank Him for His guidance, wisdom, provisions and blessings.

We are called to present to Him our requests.

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We are called to call on God always.

We are called to live in a close, fully dependent relationship with God.

We are called to call on Him in every situation.

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We are called to wait for the peace of God.

We are called to wait for the peace of God that goes beyond our understanding.

We are called to wait for the peace of God that will guide our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.

We are called to wait for the peace of God that will guide us through our anxiety and worry.

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Some thoughts.
  • Christians must stay calm every time.
  • Christians must look up to God every time.
  • Christians must communicate with God every time.
  • Christians must wait on God every time.

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Some prayer items.
  • Oh God! Help me not to be anxious about anything.
  • Oh God! Help me to look up to you and talk with you every time.
  • Oh God! Give me your peace to overcome my anxiety and worry.
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May the peace of God be with you.

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