The night before Jesus died, we read in John 14:27 Jesus gave His peace to His disciples — “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you…” This peace was not just for His disciples, but also for us today. We have His peace.

The moment you believe in Jesus Christ, He who is the Prince of Peace comes to live inside you. And when the Prince of Peace resides in you, every blessing that you will ever need pertaining to your soundness and wholeness is already inside you.

You might well ask, if this is true, then why do I still see problems in my health, finances, family and relationships?”

The answer is a troubled heart. That is why after Jesus said, “Peace I leave with you,” He said, “Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

A troubled and fearful heart works like someone standing on a hose pipe. The supply of water is flowing from the tap, but little or nothing is coming out at the other end of the hose. God’s ever-present supply of peace toward you is like the water flowing freely from the tap. But we don’t see the blessings when we allow our heart to be gripped by worry or fear.

So when fearful, anxious thoughts come, remind yourself of Jesus’ words: “Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” Even when things appear to get worse, say, “Lord, I refuse to worry about this. In the midst of all this, I see the finished work of Christ. He said, ‘It is finished!’ So I am going to trust you in these things. In my sickness, in my marriage, in my finances, in my work and any other area. I will let not my heart be troubled by these things.”

So guard your heart from being troubled. By resting in the peace which Jesus promised. You don’t have to guard your career, reputation, children or even health. When you guard your heart, God will guard everything else for you!

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