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A Peaceful Heart + Philippians_4.4-7 + DailyDevotionalAudio

The Whole Armour of God and the Wiles of the Devil
Daily Devotional
Audio only by In Touch Ministries


Thursday April 13th,
In the Year of Our Lord 2023.

A Peaceful Heart + Philippians 4.4-7

In today’s fast-paced and uncertain world, finding peace can often feel like a daunting task. We are constantly bombarded with challenges, worries, and anxieties that can easily overwhelm us. However, as believers in Christ, we are called to have a different perspective and approach to life. In Philippians 4.4-7, the apostle Paul gives us a powerful reminder of how we can cultivate a peaceful heart, regardless of our circumstances.

The first instruction Paul gives us is to rejoice in the Lord always. This is not just a suggestion, but a command. He repeats it for emphasis, showing us the importance of maintaining a spirit of joy and gratitude in our daily lives. When we focus on the goodness of the Lord and His faithfulness, it shifts our perspective from our problems to His promises. Rejoicing in the Lord always is a powerful tool to combat negativity, fear, and worry, and it sets the foundation for a peaceful heart.

Paul then encourages us to let our gentle spirit be known to all people. Gentleness is not a sign of weakness, but a mark of spiritual maturity. It is the opposite of harshness, impatience, and anger. When we approach others with gentleness, we reflect the character of Christ and create an atmosphere of peace. Our words, actions, and attitudes should be characterized by kindness, compassion, and humility, even when we face difficult situations or people. Gentleness is a powerful expression of love that can diffuse conflicts, promote understanding, and bring healing to broken relationships.

Furthermore, Paul reminds us that the Lord is near. This truth should bring us comfort and reassurance, knowing that God is always with us, no matter what we are going through. His presence is a source of strength, wisdom, and peace. When we are tempted to worry or be anxious, we can turn to Him in prayer, knowing that He hears and cares for us. Prayer is not just a religious duty, but a privilege and a means of connecting with our Heavenly Father. It is an act of faith that demonstrates our dependence on Him and our trust in His wisdom and sovereignty.

Paul goes on to urge us not to be anxious about anything. Anxiety is a common struggle in our modern society, but it is not a state that God desires for His children. He wants us to experience His peace in the midst of life’s challenges. Instead of worrying, Paul tells us to bring our requests to God with prayer and pleading, accompanied by thanksgiving. Prayer is not just about making requests, but also about expressing gratitude for what God has already done and acknowledging His faithfulness in the past. Thanksgiving shifts our focus from our problems to God’s provision and helps us to cultivate a heart of gratitude.

The result of rejoicing in the Lord, having a gentle spirit, and bringing our requests to God in prayer with thanksgiving is the peace of God that surpasses all comprehension. This peace is not dependent on our circumstances, but on our relationship with Christ. It is a peace that goes beyond human understanding, surpassing our logic, reasoning, and emotions. It is a peace that guards our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus, protecting us from fear, worry, and doubt.

Philippians 4.4-7 NASB

4 Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice! 5 Let your gentle spirit be known to all people. The Lord is near. 6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and pleading with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. New American Standard Bible Sharing Audio only Provided by ‘In Touch Ministries’ Published on April 13th 2023

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The Whole Armour of God and the Wiles of the Devil
A Peaceful Heart + Philippians_4.4-7 + DailyDevotionalAudio

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