Perfect peace is Father’s reward He entreats
to mindsets stayed on Him in intimate retreat.
Perfect peace is Father’s mealtime treat
so we can calmly say
“…my meat is to do the will of him
that sent me”1
Perfect Peace is Father’s empowering gift
so we can boldly say
“I am not miffed, I labour under
At Father’s Banquet Table,
rewarded, we feast on meat in fervour
and drink the zeal of divine favour.
On the Mission Field,
commissioned, our works
“Speak and preach Perfect Peace
to change mindsets and speech”2
©Deborah E. Nyamekye 2/04/2016
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee:
because he trusteth in thee. (Isaiah 26:3 KJV)
DISCOURSE – PERFECT PEACE
These are the quotes and the messages derived from this prophetic poem with the Isaiah 26:3 theme I felt inspired by the LORD to write:
Quote 1: This quote is from John 4:34 KJV:
Jesus saith unto them, My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work.
Quote 2: This quote is part of what I sense the Lord is saying. The whole message is as follows:
“Speak & preach about perfect peace to change mindsets and speech. My perfect peace, I give to those who trust me. This type of peace the world cannot give and comes from me is sustained when my people live in a place of steadfast intimacy (Father’s Banquet Table) with me.
Perfect Peace cannot be sustained in their hearts if they treat their time with me as though they were employed in a part-time job; here today, gone tomorrow and only appear sometimes”.
Perfect Peace, the “mealtime treat” reward enables us to engage in the “doing” (the meat) in Christ-likeness with excellence. The “empowering gift” is another way of expressing Perfect Peace as the “Mealtime treat”, this time revealing the power and divine favour which gives us confidence when we engage in works for God.
Gracious Father, help us to partner with the Holy Spirit for a “check-up” on our mind’s focus & trust level in our relationship with you. In this way we can repent if need be and overcome any barriers to attaining your perfect peace in Jesus’ mighty name we pray. Amen.
©Deborah E. Nyamekye 23/09/2016