Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Marriage Challenge- Day 11- Peace

DAY 11 CHALLENGE: PURSUE GOD’S GIFT OF PEACE, AND OPEN IT
Your challenge today is this: if you feel like peace has been missing from your life, your heart, your mind, and even your marriage – or if you have been desperately searching for peace and happiness, in places other than Gods Word - take some time to sit in God’s lap today. Empty yourself of your fears and hurts, and ask God to fill those empty spaces, with a peace that overflows, and surpasses your understanding.                                                                                                                                     Believe me, there is no better place to be than sitting in God's lap. No other place I would rather be. He brings me such comfort, and sweet, sweet peace. His lap is big enough for all of us. Some come on up, and join me sweet friends. Peace is yours, all you have to do is ask. Seek, and you will find.

11 comments:

HOOTIN ANNI said...

With everything, seek and YOU WILL find peace everlasting.

Ma said...

Great thoughts, just what I needed.

Lisa in Texas = ) said...

I am SO enjoying this series. I am caught up now. God bless, Lisa :O)

Dee said...

PEACE... comfort from the Lord but not from the world. I admire that you are not just sharing but that you are following and experiencing it.

Cathy said...

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee. Praying for peace and healing, dear Denise. Love you

Never Forsaken said...

Wonderful post!
~Have a wonderful Ressurection Sunday, and God bless~ Lisa

Jacqui said...

Beautiful, Denise. Oh the peace He gives when we just rest in Him. Thanks for sharing!

Farida said...

His promises are enough to keep me going everyday :)

Annmarie Pipa said...

Amen!

Ashley Barnes said...

I love when you talk about God's big lap! It's the mightiest lap to get all His children rounded up together in harmony!
Praying the Lord fills you with peace, hugs and love you ♥

LeAnn said...

This was such a good one. When I pray I think about kneeling at his feet. I like the lap thought.
Blessings!