Even In The Madness There Is Peace

Even In The Madness There Is Peace

I woke up this morning to this song playing in my head. How appropriate for such a time as this.

‘Cause even in the madness
There is peace
Drownin’ out the voices
All around me
Through all of this chaos
You are writing a symphony
A symphony

And even in the madness
There is peace
Drownin’ out the voices
All around me
Through all of this chaos
You are writing a symphony
A symphony, oh

Tune my heart to your beat
Let me be your melody
Even when I cannot see
But you orchestrate it

Even when the dark surrounds
You’ll never let me drown
I know that my hope is found
In the name of Jesus.”

Do you ever wake up to lyrics playing through your head?

If so, are they comforting, reassuring, hopeful?

Or do they drag you down, discourage you, or depress you?

During these uncertain times, amid all the panic, the Lord Jesus brings me peace. The Lord Jesus brings me hope.

If you are not feeling peace and hope today, call on the name of the Lord.

Philippians 4:6-7, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

Call on the name of the Lord today and every day, and He will meet you where are. Put your hope in him. He does not disappoint

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