Angela Pierce


Peace


Peace is the sweet serinity of the mind and soul. Peace in the and spirit is like a calm
you can't describe for it comes from the love within unfelling. Peace is having total love for your neighbor and your brother or sister you see every day
And you also must have forgiven the ones who have offended you
Whether it was in the past or present hour Forgivens unlocks the door to peace within
And it looses the joy of the lord in your heart.
Peace removes the heavy burden of worry and stress
It has hope and it is faith and endurance it often calls you on differnent levels in life
Peace is joy un speakable you cant buy it. It has to come from the Lord

Submitted: Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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