Celebrate the Peace…

Just a little extra info today: Poppies traditionally symbolize peace and the end and remembrance of war, and this may have partially come from the fact that the flowers grew over the fallen bodies of soldiers who fought in the Great War in Northern France. Different colors have slightly different symbolism, but the white poppy’s pure, crisp tone is especially indicative of peace.*

With that said, I thought this graphic was perfect for today’s verse… When “the peace that passes all understanding” envelopes our very souls, we stand out in the world as beautifully a white poppy in a field of red ones! I pray this kind of overcoming peace for you today, and that you can take heart! 🙏🏻😌❣️


10 thoughts on “Celebrate the Peace…

  1. I really like your blog. A pleasure to come stroll on your pages. A great discovery and a very interesting blog. I will come back to visit you. Do not hesitate to visit my universe. See you soon.

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  2. It’s the thrill of a lifetime miss Dori to know that God has used you in another person’s life.
    And I appreciate you being used for my help.

    God bless you and your whole family miss Dori.

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  3. Thank you for the great update, Evan, I’m so happy to hear you have made a way to make it all work! God bless you in your walk with the Lord, your schooling, your family and your wonderful friendships! 🙏🏻✝️🙌🏻

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  4. Amen! Jesus absolutely gives us peace when we believe in Him, and He has done exactly that to me! I truly feel at my best right now and think that God has pulled me out of that unwarranted guilt trip about the past that I was in! He also answered my Prayers on reconnecting with a friend, Lindsay, my favorite of the four online friends who I still keep in touch with through text message E-Mailed me and told me she is unable to pay her phone bill right now due to money problems and was missing our chats like crazy and luckily Abi, another one of my four online friends who I stay in touch with through text message is also friends with her so she had been chatting with her and so I created a new Facebook account and deactivated it right away and logged onto messenger since you can use messenger with a deactivated account but not with a deleted account so that while Lindsay can’t use her phone her and I can chat on messenger and I had Abi message Lindsay and tell her to check message requests since when you are not friends with someone on Facebook it filters it to there instead of regular inbox so Lindsay did and she responded to me and we had a nice chat last night and Lindsay was so happy that I did that just for her and so thanks to God’s Wisdom I figured out a way to remain connected with my favorite online friend, Lindsay despite her being unable to use her phone right now and still remain social media free because I have Facebook deactivated so I will see no posts, no newsfeed, no anxiety provoking COVID-19 stuff: nothing, and no one can find me and send me friend requests, I just have messenger and all I will see on there is my conversations with Lindsay! So Lindsay and I are so happy to be in touch as I have been one of Lindsay’s main sources of comfort during this crazy time!! And great symbolism through the Poppies! 😀👍👊✋😍💙💛💯🎉🙏⛪️✝️

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