Christians talk about God’s peace. Do things need to be going well in order to feel that peace? Or can we feel God’s peace when things start to improve? Or, would you believe, can we feel His peace even if nothing’s changed about our situation at all?
If He’s present all the time, then can’t we feel God’s peace no matter what?
Should it be dependent on whether things are good, bad, or indifferent?
It’s like the adjacent image? Can you feel God’s peace in that scenario?
We’ll soon see why answer is an unquestionable yes.
Here’s some background on Psalm 4. Some scholars want to relate Psalms 3 and 4. However, the background info explains what that doesn’t really make sense. As such, we shouldn’t hold onto ideas from Psalm 3 to find meaning in Psalm 4.
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