How To Live in Perfect Peace

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Is there such a thing as perfect peace?

I know many think it’s a pipe dream.



But can you actually have perfect peace?

Perfect peace?

When we understand what the Bible says about perfect peace and how to live at peace from the inside out, we begin an exciting journey of living in continual peace despite the circumstances around us. Learn how to live your life in perfect peace!

What is perfect peace?

It is a peace that remains steady and strong even in the most devastating circumstances because perfect peace doesn’t come from outside sources, but from the inside.

It grows from the inside and influences those around us.

Our homes

Our families

Our children

Our friends

Our neighborhoods

Our churches

Starting Monday, I will be leading a 6-week Bible study called No Mo’ Drama

Interestingly, but not coincidentally, my dad and I began planning this earlier this month. No one could have predicted the circumstances of last week, and yet God knew!

I can’t wait to begin digging in to this study with you all!

No Mo’ Drama is a video-based course taught by my dad – F Dean Hackett from the blog Foundational.

When you register for No Mo’ Drama, you will receive:

  • Lifetime access
  • 6 video-based lessons
  • A free workbook
  • Access to a private Facebook group

This 6-week course begins April 3rd.

You can learn more and register at the course page for No Mo’ Drama.

What’s more is that through April 3rd, you can get 30% off by using the coupon code: peace

I hope you’ll join me for 6 weeks of a life-changing experience in learning how to live a life of perfect peace!

Let’s learn how to live in the promise of God’s Word: “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” – Philippians 4:7

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  1. That is what we all want. That, too, is what Christ offers us in his gospel. Among his farewell words we find this bequest: “Peace I leave with you—my peace I give unto you.” After his return from the grave, he said to his disciples, three times repeating the same benediction, “Peace be unto you.”

    Peace is thus part of the blessed evangel, and an essential element of the true and full Christian life. Christ desires us to have peace. If we do not have it—we have missed part of the blessing of being a Christian, part of our inheritance as children of God. It is not a peculiar privilege which is only for a favored few; it is for everyone who believes in Christ and will accept it.

    1. I just love what you said here, “Peace is thus part of the blessed evangel, and an essential element of the truth and full Christian life.” This is so, so true and something that I believe has been lost in our embrace of what my dad calls the “medical model”, or our desire to attribute everything to a medical problem that can be solved with medicine. Medicine cannot cure the soul, only Jesus can!

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