A Gentle Reminder-Lesson


 Beloved, there is peace, heart-peace,

That comes from knowing no matter what you will trust Me.

Trust that I am with you.

Trust that no matter what I will be with you.

Trust that when you turn and look to Me,

       You will find that I am there,

              Right there with you,

                      In the midst of what is going on.


You may not always be able to be aware,

       That I am with you,

              In a tangible way.

But now that you have walked with Me through many different seasons    

       You will always know,

               That whether you ÓfeelÓ me or not,

                      I am with you.


There is such peace, Beloved,

       For my children when they come to this place,

              There is serenity.

                      There is hope.

                             There is REST.

In fact, the sure knowing that I am will you.

       Actually enables you to be at rest.


Your heart will be at rest,

       No matter what is going on.

That is the peace that passes understanding, Beloved.


Peace is the knowing that I am truly now and forever with you,

       Knowing that I will never leave you,

              Knowing that you are never faced with,

                      Any time,

                             Any situation,

                                    Or circumstance,



John 14:27

Peace I leave with you; My [own] peace I now give and bequeath to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. [Stop allowing yourselves to be agitated and disturbed; and do not permit yourselves to be fearful and intimidated and cowardly and unsettled.]


Hebrew 4:9-11

 9So then, there is still awaiting a full and complete Sabbath-rest reserved for the [true] people of God;

10For he who has once entered [God's] rest also has ceased from [the weariness and pain] of human labors, just as God rested from those labors [a]peculiarly His own.(A)

11Let us therefore be zealous and exert ourselves and strive diligently to enter that rest [of God, to know and experience it for ourselves], that no one may fall or perish by the same kind of unbelief and disobedience [into which those in the wilderness fell].



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