Principles of Peace: Faith

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Principles of Peace:   Faith

Song:  If You Could Hie to Kolob / Dives and Lazarus

Scripture:  “As soon as Jesus heard the word that was spoken, he saith unto the ruler of the synagogue, Be not afraid, only believe.” – Mark 5:36

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Stories:

The story behind the beautiful music above. “I’m really grateful that we are playing this arrangement on this concert. I just played the cello and piano version at my father’s funeral last month.” (Read the full story here.)

 

“And that is when my middle child, a boy of 6 years old, came over to ask me a very important question. His voice was worried. He tugged at my sleeve and asked, “Mom, what is adultery?” I paused. I had no answer. Where did this come from?”  (Read the full story here.)

 

 

 

“Well one night, when he was just 8 years old, there was a pretty significant wind storm and he was panicking. He was certain it was a tornado (we have NO risk of tornadoes where we live) and that it was going to carry us all off. Nothing we could say would convince him otherwise.”  (Read the full story here.)

 

 

 

“When I was young, I suffered from panic attacks and bouts of anxiety without ever knowing there was a name for it. I had difficulty sleeping at night, always fearful of the unknown, of sounds unexplained, of the dark. I’d find myself breaking down for what seemed like no reason. And after having children…” (Read the full story here.)

 

 

 

 “My ancestors came to America to find religious freedom. My English Puritans and Quakers, my French Huguenots, my Swiss Anabaptists and my German Protestants all came to America to worship God without fear and they were willing to sacrifice everything for their faith…” (Read the full story here.)

 

 

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