…Peace is, then, something which enfold us rather than something which we grasp.
Peace is being what you are, what you really are, what you are in God, what you are in obedience to the creative Word of god, the “implanted Word” which is the law of your freedom.
To be a peacemaker is…to declare the truth of god and the truth of creation; it is to announce that a fallen world can be remade. It is to proclaim that the oneness of God has taken possession of the fragmented world of sin…
Peace and unity are not to be achieved by paring down the complications of life, but by entering into the magnetic pull of God’s unity.