Redeemer Church Mauritius
Finding a Peace that Lasts - Carlo Casaleggio
We all want peace in our lives. Peace is understood as a state of harmony, both within oneself and between people. But true peace is only created by a sense of well-being and contentment that comes from being in the right relationship with God.
Locations & Times
  • Redeemer Church Mauritius
    Sunday 9:30 AM
1. Peace with One Another

Disagreements and diverse opinion can arise even among Christians. But conflict should be resolved by seeking common ground and supporting leaders who are in tune with God's guidance.

Euodia and Syntyche's example highlights the importance of handling disagreements differently from the world, promoting harmony and unity.
2. Peace Within

People carry burdens and worries, making inner peace difficult. But the Bible advises against anxiety and encourages prayer, petition, and thanksgiving to God, entrusting Him with worries and concerns.

The story of Joni Erickson Tada, a quadriplegic who found inner peace through her faith in Christ, serves as an example of finding strength and hope in difficult circumstances.
3. Peace with God

The apostle Paul emphasizes the importance of filtering one's thoughts and actions, and focusing on things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and praiseworthy. We should guard our minds and hearts against the garbage of the world. The Bible promises that by applying these filters, one can have peace with God.
Let's Apply It:
To find peace that lasts in various aspects of life, we should seek peace within ourselves, foster peace with others, and cultivate peace in our relationship with God.