How the Prince of Peace Brings Peace Through His People

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that brought ceasefire to World War One at 11 a.m. on November 11th, 1918 (11-11-11). It was, they said, the “war to end all wars.”

But, as we know, it was not the war to end all wars. In fact, some have argued that the 100 years that have passed since that time have been the 100 bloodiest years in human history.

In light of all this, on November 11th at Westminster our key question was this: How do we truly remember and honour those who have died in the horrors of war? One way is to lay wreaths, say prayers, wear poppies and thank veterans. Those are good things.

But another is to be proactive about being people of peace.

We looked at the prophecy of Isaiah 9: 2-7, and explored four ways that we can be people of peace today based on the four titles given to Jesus.

Everyone seems to like the idea of peace. But what are you doing personally to help get us there?

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