Peace-What does it really mean?  Is it a movement?  A demonstration?  Or, ironically is it an act of war?  I know what you're thinking.  How can "peace" be an act of war?  Isn't "war" the exact opposite of "peace"?

Depends on who you ask.  

To Hippies, or todays "neo-hippies" peace isn't a "thing", it's a destination.  It is where they think(or perhaps know) the world should be heading.  To our "all-powerful" government the very statement is war-like.  Even to some so-called "Christians" this movement is war-like.

And why?  Shouldn't we all be on the same page with peace?  Shouldn't we come together as a people, stop fighting amongst ourselves and be one-be whole?  The way God intended His people to be?  Harmony=Perfection.

THE SECOND COMING IS, AS IT ALWAYS HAS BEEN.  IT IS US.  AND IT IS NOW.

We cannot truly obtain perfection until we become like Christ.  Christ was not vengeful.  Christ did not shun others because of differences-in fact He embraced differences and encouraged others to as well.

He had but ONE true message: Love others as I have loved you.

I once saw a picture of Jesus, surrounded by his followers and he said something along the lines of "Love others regardless of anything."  And his followers started shoutiing, "But what if they are homosexual? Or worship other Gods?  Or worse yet worship no God?"  And Jesus said, "Did I stutter?"

 

.....Peace.  It was His true religion.  Shouldn't it be yours?

Published by Jennifer Windsor