Peace Day – September 21: "Peace starts within and radiates into the world"

Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they shall be called children of God.

– Jesus

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osw1_0jMM4M]International Peace Day – September 21

HeartMath2 | September 16, 2010

International Day of Peace – September 21st For Peace Day, open your heart, offer your compassion, give appreciation. For more information and to download your free gift from HeartMath, please visit http://www.heartmath.com/peace10/.

2 thoughts on “Peace Day – September 21: "Peace starts within and radiates into the world"

  1. But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you.
    For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.
    For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.
    But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. 1 Thessalonians 5:1-4
    In other words, the peace that you are seeking for, will never come. There will be no rest for the wicked, says my God. You phony people who are pretending to be Christians, will be spewed out of my Lord’s mouth.

    1. Jeff Fenske

      John,
      I talk a lot about us Christians being peacemakers. Jesus said the peacemakers are the children of God. We must be peacemakers.
      Much of the problems we’re having now is that many ‘Christians’ are actually warmongerers, supporting George W. Bush even to re-elect him into a second term. Most ‘Christian’ pastors didn’t even consider supporting Ron Paul, who could have really helped thwart what may now be imminent collapse of this once great country.
      And many ‘Christians’ are intentionally ignoring the iron clad evidence that indicates what really happened on 9/11. Most ‘Christians’ aren’t going to heaven Christians. We must be peacemakers. There is so much hate.
      Heartmath is the company that put this video together. They actually help people to forgive (“Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us”) in part, so we can be healthier and more vibrant and balanced — the way we are supposed to be.
      This is us being peaceful and calling for others to be peaceful. This is what Jesus did. We know we won’t fully succeed, but we must be peace, and call people into peace. That’s my point in posting this.
      The writer of Hebrews talks about how we should make every effort to enter into our rest. We should do the greatest two commandments to the point that we have the peace of God that passes all understanding.
      Sometimes, I say “power to the peaceful,” a phrase that Michael Franti made popular. What I mean by that is “God gives grace to the humble.” He will empower us when we are one with Him and having hearts right toward others.
      In Star Wars, Luke only had the power of “the force” when he didn’t have hate in his heart. People may criticize Star Wars, saying this is all new age. But it’s not. It’s a principle that the church should really consider.
      How can warmongerers be Holy Spirit empowered?
      I believe in self defense, but our military is being used by the New World Order to take out governments that would oppose the New World Order. We are slaughtering (often by remote control) people we have no right at all to kill. We should be on our faces repenting.
      Slaughtering…….in the name of God and country.
      It’s disgusting.
      Most American ‘Christians’ (including pastors) are more demon empowered than they are HOLY Spirit empowered, literally and actually, through demons.
      This is where I’m coming from.
      The quotation in my title, “Peace starts within and radiates into the world,” is what we should all be doing —
      radiating peace.
      Jeff

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