Peace Makers

By: Joyce C. Lock

Some of the most beautiful people in the world are known as ‘peacemakers’. They're often labeled as lazy because they don't match the energy and drive of a doer. Instead, they are more likely to rise to the occasion out of care, compassion, and concern.

The peacemaker is tender hearted and generous (with a heart of gold). They're the personality we're most drawn to when we need a listening ear or some sort of help. There's a sense of serenity in their presence because we're most likely to be received unconditionally.

"Near to the heart of God" can often be said of a peacemaker, as their relationship with Him is often quite intense.

The peacemaker is just that, a PEACE MAKER. Though they're often quite successful in their profession, their personal life is far from beautiful.

They have a tendency to get crapped on, manipulated, taken advantage of, and used ... to back down from most any stand, reject a higher calling, do whatever it takes for the sake of peace.

Being emotionally bound, the peacemaker may have great difficulty in making or keeping a commitment (as their emotions change at least daily). And, whatever commitment is made may be overruled by the objections of another.

It seems sad that the peace maker has so much more to offer, yet lets fear of adversity rule; that others get to call the shots for their life, while they ache inside for what might have been.

Perhaps we could be more sensitive in considering the plight of a peacemaker, to not push our will on them and not to hold them back. We might, gradually, teach and guide them to become stronger in taking stands; drawing on their faith in God to see them through.

Otherwise, when they stand before their Maker, there will be no one standing by their side; no one else to blame. When God asks why they didn't follow His callings, their only answer might be, "Well, I thought about it."

Then, God just might turn to us and ask where we were when the peacemaker needed us.

? by Joyce C. Lock
http://my.homewithgod.com/blessingsandlessons/
This writing may be used in its entirety, with credits in tactArticle Submission,
for non-profit ministering purposes.

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