Peace is something we all long for but always seems to be out of reach. Why? Because we are going about it all wrong. We think that it is passive, something that we do or do not have, but we are instructed to “pursue peace” to go after it, seek it out, and make it become something that is a part of our daily lives.

We often think that if —- happens then we will have peace. If we can get past —– then we will have peace, but the truth is that peace has nothing to do with what is going on around you and everything to do with what is going on inside of you.

Do any of these describe you?

  • worried
  • anxious
  • fearful
  • stressed
  • overwhelmed
  • angry
  • hurt
  • grieving

Then this devotional is for you. 7 days of studying what peace really is. Not peace as we know it in the world today, but peace from God. The kind that Jesus talks about when he says,

Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. (John 14:27)

Peace is something that comes as a result of a relationship with God built on grace and faith. It is a change of heart, attitude, and a spirit of reconciliation and surrender.

This simple devotional includes:

  • 7 verses and a breakdown of how to relate them to your situation
  • a detailed explanation of what true peace is and how it is exactly what we are looking for
  • journaling pages

And six lovely printable scripture cards for you to put up on your fridge, tuck into your Bible, put beside your bed. We all need constant reminders, am I right?!

Are you ready to begin pursuing peace? Click the button below!

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Hello! I'm Heather and this is Baby Joel, the youngest of five. At Lessons from Home you will find encouragement for your parenting and homeschooling journey. Healing from loss is also a major part of this blog as my family struggles through grief and brokenness at the loss of my beautiful 8 year old daughter.
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