Peace Pastor Billy Robertson 21 August 2016
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artist: Pastor Billy Robertson
title: Peace      21 Aug 2016
album: Pastor Billy Robertson
year: 2016
genre: Sermon (id None)
Peace...there are two kinds--which one do you have?  Experience of peace might mean no apparent turmoil.  Judicial peace is a legal ending of turmoil, and the battle is over.  Someone has won.  As a Christian, we can have both, although experiential peace is harder to attain, as this world is not a place that likes or encourages real peace.  As long as the enemy of our souls is running his evil tracks across this world, and as long as we have the flesh with which to contend, we will have opportunities for turmoil and challenges.  However, our peace is beyond what the world offers.  We have a Savior who has already attained the judicial peace and defeated our enemy.  We just need to appropriate and act like it.  God has provided.  Now we must believe it and walk in it.  John 14:27 "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." Jesus gives us a peace we cannot attain through the world, but only through personal committed and trusting association with Him.  Pastor Billy's sermon scripture list can be accessed at Copyright 2016  All Rights Reserved


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