Peace

 Written by Guest Contributor Dora Lozano

“27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” – John 14:27 (NIV)

Jesus does not give to us as the world gives.  In the world things can be given and taken away.  Jesus is making it clear that he gives us peace and he will not take it away.  Because of this promise of peace we do not have to be troubled or worried because we can rest in the peace that Jesus has given us.

Thank you Lord for the peace you have given us.  Thank you that we do not need to be troubled or worried because you have already gone ahead of us and will make everything right.  Even though we may not know how things are going to work out, let us rest in your arms of comfort and peace. In Jesus name we pray, Amen.

Guest Contributor Bio: Dora Lozano is a faithful follower of Christ living out her faith daily. Dora is the mother of two amazing children. The eldest is in their junior year at university. The youngest is in their sophomore year of high school. Dora has spent thirty years working in the California Community College system. Currently, Dora is an academic counselor for foster youth and homeless youth at a community college in Southern California. Dora’s personal mission statement is to “Love God, Do Good and Serve, Teach and Encourage Others”. Dora lives out her mission through her work and in her faith community where she serves on the usher team. Dora enjoys spending time with her children and her sweet puppy dog. As a family they enjoy being loud and silly, listening to a wide variety of music, taking road trips, making popcorn and watching movies. Dora is honored to be a guest contributor on the devotional for Mary E. White Ministries.

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