2. Peace On Earth
“Every year at Christmastime, the phrase “peace on earth” is declared around the world. However, in Luke 2:14, when it says, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” the angels weren’t saying that at His coming, Jesus would establish peace among men. The Bible specifically says there would be peace toward men. In other words; for the first time since man rebelled in the Garden, there will be peace between God and man.

The Bible calls God the God of Peace, (Romans 16:20). As such, He sent the Messiah to be the Prince of Peace and to establish a covenant of peace between God and the Man Jesus. We enter into that covenant through the Lord Jesus, and our commission is to go and preach the gospel of peace, which is this: Christ is our righteousness. When we believe and receive His righteousness in our hearts we experience the peace of God, which gives us the sense of a clear conscience and awareness of everything we have in Jesus.

I don’t want a single person to believe that what’s going on in the world today is God expressing His anger and wrath. I want them to know that God is a God of peace, that He made peace with us through the Lord Jesus, and He will not deny the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus for any reason.

This week’s CyberChurch message, Peace on Earth, will help you have faith and peace in your heart this Christmas season, regardless of what’s going on in the world around us. If you want to discover more about the love of God and the peace He has for you, watch this week’s message where I give you true biblical reasons to celebrate what we call Christmas.

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