1 Peter 3:10

"For he that will love life and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no guile:"

God has designed our lives and our days to be good from the beginning to the end. However, God has given us the power to choose from bad and good. The Bible is our guide to choose good life so that we can enjoy good days all through to eternity.


Our tongue is that small part of the body that plays an important role to uphold the steadfastness of God, only if we can refrain from speaking evil and guile. The tongue can speak peace and fire and is capable of impairing life and good days.


Choose the path of peace. It can bring life and good days. Let peace reign anywhere you might find yourself. Strive for peace. Be the one to start peace process in all situations. Let your tongue be a tongue of peace and love. Teach the young ones the path of peace at home. Lack of the real peace in the world is the reflection of lack of real peace in the homes and societies. Be the Christian with good example of peace. Spread peace abroad. Be the carrier of peace everywhere you go. Jesus exhibited peace all throughout His life. Be peaceful, because we are serving all time peaceful GOD! AMEN!

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the word of peace in my life, in Jesus Name.


2) Father, let life and good days be sustained in my life until the end, in Jesus Name.


3) Father, thank you for making my tongue peaceful and joyful, in Jesus Name.


4) Lord, fight all battles so that I can see good life and good days in my life, in Jesus Name.


5) Almighty God, teach my tongue to speak no evil and no guile, in Jesus Name.


6) Father, thank you for the journey of my life so far, in Jesus Name.


7) Lord, let me begin to experience your extra ordinary touch in every department of my life, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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