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What is True Peace?; Ezekiel 43-45
Season 8, Episode 16 • 23-Aug-2021
Most of us believe that peace is a way of coexisting without trouble or conflict, but peace in the Bible has a more impactful meaning. The first thing we notice is that there is no development of peace when there is elimination of war. War is something that begins in the heart of man (JAMES 4). So, we can never have true peace without conflict, because sin has to be confronted. Peace is when there is no jealously or envy inside of us. That can only happen when we confront the active evil from sin in our lives through acknowledging Jesus Christ as our LORD. When Ezekiel was writing out his description of the vision God gave him, he said that the LORD had provision for holiness and peace in the future. This is a work that Jesus Christ has begun in His followers and that will reach complete fulfillment in God’s timing.
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