Peace in personal life or a nation's life only comes when grace (unmerited favor) has been accepted. God showed his love and grace by sending His Son to live among us and die for us.
Have you experienced His grace?
Only then can you have true peace in life.
"Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord". (Psalms 33:12)
When in sorrow Read John 14
When people fail you Read Psalm 27
When you have sinned Read Psalm 51
When you worry Read Matthew 6:19-34
When you are in danger Read Psalm 91
When you have the blues Read Psalm 34
When God seems far away Read Psalm 139
When you are discouraged Read Isaiah 40
When you are lonely or fearful Read Psalm 23
When you feel down and out Read Romans 8:39
When you want courage for your task Read Joshua 1
When the world seems bigger than God Read Psalm 90
When you want rest and peace Read Matthew 11:28-30
When leaving home for work or travel Read Psalm 121; 107:22-31
When you get bitter or critical Read 1 Corinthians 13
When thinking of investments and returns Read Mark 10:17-31
For a great invitation and opportunity Read Isaiah 55
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Bible Study Helps
Read the Bible through online using a variety of plans, using the English Standard Version of the Bible. Find it here.
Looking for something new to listen to while exercising? In the car? The American Bible Society has put together a New Testament Bible Podcast just for you.
Download it to your MP3 Player and listen to it for about 30 minutes a day. After 40 days you'll have listened to the entire New Testament! Find it here.
A good habit to start Here's something that will help you grow every day and will challenge you to live closer to God. Make time to read your Bible and pray each day. It's doesn't take a lot of time--start with 10 minutes a day. Bible reading plans are available to help you read the New Testament or the entire Bible this year.
Here are some suggestions for Bible reading from the American Bible Society: 1) Read the passage for the first time without stopping in order to gain an overall sense of what is being said. 2) Read the passage a second time asking yourself questions about its context: What type of book is this-prophetic, historical, poetry, gospel, letter? Who are the main characters? Where do the events take place? What key words or phrases are repeated? What is the purpose of the passage? 3) Read the passage a third time reflecting on these questions: What did I learn about God? Human nature? My relationship to God? What is God inviting me to do? May God bless you as you read His word!
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