How many get into a relationship that they didn’t have about and end up miserable? They buy things they didn’t have peace about. They end up in debt. They take a job they didn’t have peace about. They end up frustrated. Here’s the key: If you don’t have peace before you the decision, you’re not going to have peace after you make the decision. If you don’t have peace about that person now, you’re not going to have peace if you get into relationship. If you don’t have peace about buying that new car, you’re not going to have peace when the payments come each month. 

A Baseball umpire calls the players safe or out. As believers in Jesus, we have an internal umpire, so to speak, calling the plays and giving direction. Before you ever make a decision, you should stop and see if you have peace inside. If there’s unrest or an uneasy feeling inside, then don’t forward. Let peace be your umpire. 


Remember, God gave us peace for our protection. No matter what circumstances look like, always His inner peace. Let peace in your heart be your umpire and settle any questions you have in your mind. 

“And let the peace ( which comes) from Christ rule (act as umpire continually) in your hearts [deciding and settling with finality all questions that arise in your minds, in that peaceful state] to which as [members of Christ’s] one body you were also called [to ]. And be thankful (appreciative), [giving praise to God always].” (Colossians 3:15, AMP)
 

Let’s
Yahweh, thank You for Your peace that passes understanding. Thank You for leading and guiding me by peace. Help me to tune in to Your voice better so I can walk in the peace and protection You have for me in Christ’ name. Amen.

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