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The Christian Science monitor®
The Christian Science Monitor
Isaiah's powerful prophecy of the coming of the Messiah, refers to the Saviour as "The Prince of Peace." Are we today alive to the work of this Scriptural promise of the "Prince of Peace" as he lays the spiritual groundwork for peace not only in our own hearts but also in the larger world? This heavenly peacemaker, Christ, is the divine power which is bringing healing light to human thought. The peace Christ brings is not only the disappearance of conflict but also the redeeming of our own natures from sinful thinking.
Jesus showed us the power of this peace-giving Christ more clearly than anyone else ever has or ever will. Christ, which includes this peacemaking power, is the divine idea of God, active today as in Jesus' time. Christ Jesus himself said, as Matthew tells us, "Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world."
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