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Topic: Peace

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One of the great challenges and choices in life when faced with overwhelming trouble is to take things into our own hands or leave them in God’s hands. In life we can find ourselves in a moment of crisis standing at a fork in the road, having to consciously decide between trusting ourselves and resting in God’s sovereignty. At that moment, the wise man or woman realizes it is best to leave things with God.


Pastor and former police officer Philip De Courcy calls on Christians to take refuge in God (Psalm 46:1), drawing on lessons he learned in law enforcement to affirm that true security is not the absence of danger, but the presence of God.

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The story is told of a young soldier who came back home from the war in Vietnam. When out with some family and friends he was pressed for some war stories, but he deflected by saying nothing dramatic happened to him. His family and friends were unsatisfied by the answer and pestered him, believing that he was being too modest.

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A lady went to her local bank to withdraw some money from her account. Having received it from the teller, she proceeded to count it and then recount it. Wondering if he had made a mistake, the teller asked, “What is it, lady? Isn’t it all there?” The woman snapped back, “It just is!” I am not sure what this woman was expecting, but banks are not charities. They give us exactly what we ask for, no more and no less.

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The Lord wants us to be beyond happy. By that I mean God intends for us to experience a joy that is undisturbed by bad news or negative circumstances, a joy deep down in our hearts—so deep down that it is beyond the reach of enemies, events, and emergencies.

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Phillips Brooks, the former New England pulpiteer, was known for his calm demeanor. So, you can guess the surprise of his associates when they found him pacing up and down the floor of his study like a lion in a cage.

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The inimitable and inspiring C. H. Spurgeon once said, “Oftentimes when I have been travelling on the Continent I have been obliged to put up at an hotel that was full, where the room was so inconvenient, that it scarcely furnished any accommodation at all. But we have said, ‘Oh, never mind: we are off in the morning! What matters it for one night?’ So, as we are soon to be gone, and the time of our departure is at hand, let us not be ruffling our tempers about trifles, nor raise evil spirits around us by cavilling and finding fault. Take things as you find them, for we shall soon be up and away.”

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During the American Civil War, Senator Charles Sumner, captured by his grand plans for the abolition of slavery, was asked by Julia Ward Howe (who wrote the “Battle Hymn of the Republic”) to meet some friends who had suffered grievously because of slavery. To her surprise, the Senator declined and dismissed the request in a condescending manner: “Really, Julia, I have lost all interest in individuals.” She shot back: “Why, Charles, God hasn’t got as far as that yet.”

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