Peace on Valentine’s Day? How is peace possible on Valentine’s Day? The world offers its solutions for peace on Valentine’s Day and how to get through Valentine’s Day. One restaurant offers single people a free order of chicken wings if they take in a picture of their ex and shred it there.
Peace on Valentine’s Day? How is peace possible on Valentine’s Day? Here’s another solution the world offers. Have boyfriend bonfires, burn your ex-boyfriend’s things, and consume lots of dark chocolate.
Perhaps you would like peace on Valentine’s Day and wonder if other methods exist. Yes, other methods do exist. You can get through Valentine’s Day without anger, bitterness, resentment, or a desire to seek revenge.
You can invite a friend or two to your home for a potluck dinner and a time to play table games, such as Scrabble, Chinese checkers, and Monopoly.
If you would like peace on Valentine’s Day without guests in your home, agree to meet at a church or other public facility for a potluck or light appetizers. You might show a Christian movie or comedy from the church library or from one of your friends.
You may be married to a man who forgets important dates and occasions. Post sticky reminder notices on the bathroom mirror, the dash of his car, and near his coffeepot daily for a week. He can remember, and you can have peace on Valentine’s Day.
As a single person, you may want to celebrate Valentine’s Day by eating out. Breakfast or lunch may offer a peaceful alternative to the couples’ dinner specials in the evening. Another option is to order take-out, pick it up, and eat at home with other single friends.
What plans will you choose to have peace on Valentine’s Day?
Philippians 4:7: “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
Prayer: Dear God, for Valentine’s Day, please give me your peace, which transcends all understanding, and guard my heart and mind in Christ Jesus. Thank you. Amen.
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