Verse of the Day

John 20:26
And after eight days again his disciples were within, and Thomas with them: then came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, Peace be unto you.
Reflections On The Scripture: Indeed, dear friends, how comforting is the appearance of our Lord Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection! What we gather from this divine interaction is not just the reassurance of his eternal presence, but also the powerful confession that Jesus is our peace. We can liken the doors of our hearts to those of the house where the disciples gathered. Sometimes, due to our doubts and fears, we shut our hearts tightly. And yet, the Lord, who transcends all human limitations, penetrates those shut doors, appearing in the midst of our troubles, fears and doubts, saying, "Peace be unto you." His peace isn't as the world gives, but it is a peace that calms the raging storms in our hearts, reassuring us of His abiding presence and love. So today, let us open our hearts and welcome the peace-bringing presence of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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