Sunday, March 8, 2015

Peace and Blessings

 (All photos in today's post were taken inside Saints Patrick and Raphael Church in Williamstown, Massachusetts)

Sending wishes for peace and blessings to you this third Sunday of Lent.

Whenever the worries and struggles of the world start to get to me, I know that all that has to be done is to turn to the Lord.

He will give peace far different from what the world gives. 

His peace seeps into our minds, hearts and very souls.

It's important to get quiet and let His gentle love fill your being.

Then, all will be right in your world.



Barbara Neubeck said...

Susan ... your photos are lovely and peaceful ....
I mentally sing Christmas Carols because this reminds me of God's gift to us..
I pray as much as I can...
Hugs... Barb xxx

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Lovely. Walking on a beautiful blue sky day with birds chirping and bees buzzing. Meditative bliss and peace comes over me during those times Quiet. I need to shut out the noise of the world in order to feel peace. Blessings, Tammy

diane.stetson said...

I feel peace when I listen to classical music especially when driving the crowded freeways here where I live. I also like complete silence in my house. It is great for meditation and prayer.

Chatty Crone said...

I was thinking this morning - how can people not believe in God - the human body is just amazing. We can reproduce one cell and that is so tiny. Happy Sunday.

Linda O'Connell said...

Walking in warm sunshine. I walked a mile today and prayed along the way thanking God for so many blessings.

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: gives me peace go to church. I also pray and is a conformtable time. Keep in touch

Susan said...

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To you and to everyone else, blessings and hugs! Susan

Sandi said...

Thank you for this. It hit the spot!

Kit said...

Peace. My home and my family give me peace. And knowing that whatever happens to me is in God's hands. :) Kit

Brenda @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

This post certainly has a sense of peace about it. Restful.

If I'm troubled and need peace, I often remind myself to cast all my cares upon Him, to be anxious for no-thing.

I feel peace when I'm out walking in nature or sitting in sunny spot in my living room. When I think of it, there are lots of things.....

I'm grateful for the gift of Peace. Thanks for this lovely post and giving us this moment to muse abit.


Red Rose Alley said...

What a beautiful church, Susan. Talking to the Lord definitely brings me peace.......and going in nature is the second best thing.

love, ~Sheri

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