Play your part well for peace to prevail
Living without peace is living in pain and problems. Control your thoughts, words and actions. Everything starts in the mind. You need to make sure that you control all the thoughts that are in your mind. Weigh your words, words that are not controlled cause havoc. You need to choose your words wisely. Speak with love and show respect. Chose your words wisely. Think before you speak and act, your actions can lead you to the wrong side of life.
Pray for it, ask God to give you peace and pray for peace with other people (Psalms 122:6). Jesus is the prince of peace, He gives lasting peace that surpasses all understanding. That is why we need to ask Him to give us peace. The secret we need is Christ in our hearts, He will give peace that we will spread to other people.
3. Promote it
Be peaceful and kind to people (Romans 14:10). Where you are, spread peace, act in the wise Do not overreact, certain things are better if they are ignored. The more you think of who hurt you, the more you become bitter and feel broken. You need to have a soft heart that is willing to forgive, when you hurt, do not pay evil for evil, always be kind and bear with people. Respect other people. Remember, people expect respect, treat them with love.
4. Preach it
Speak, write and teach about peace wherever you are (Ephesians 2:17). Teach peace in different forums and Encourage people to impress peace and live in love, this way we will be able to enjoy our lives and live a fulfilled life. Let people understand the importance of peace. No matter the age, preach to them peace, it is no too early or too late to learn about peace.
Be passionate about it: be an agent of peace, have a great desire for peace, seek peace with yourself and the people around. Make effort to make sure peace prevails. Act wisely and be Peace is precious and a priority, work hard for it to happen, make sure all is well. Seek peace with yourself and other people. You have a very important role to play for peace to prevail. Peace starts with you and me. We need to understand we cannot operate without peace.
6. Pursue peace
Settle any difference that you may have, in order for peace will prevail, initiate conversation, do not wait for someone to apologize for you to forgive him or her. Be willing to say sorry, learn also to recognize other people‘s work and learn to value people and what they have. Anyone who may have offended you, reach out to them. Set a good example in your behavior and what you do. Seek peace and pursue it (Psalm 34:14).