Peace See also Millennium; Peacemaker; Rest In the scriptures, peace can mean either freedom from conflict and turmoil or the inner calm and comfort born of the Spirit that God gives to His faithful Saints. Freedom from conflict and turmoil He maketh wars to cease, Ps. 46:9. Neither shall they learn war any more, Isa. 2:4. Live peaceably with all men; avenge not yourselves, Rom. 12:18–21. There was still peace in the land, 4 Ne. 1:4, 15–20. Renounce war and proclaim peace, D&C 98:16. Lift up an ensign of peace, D&C 105:39. Peace from God to the obedient The Savior will be called the Prince of Peace, Isa. 9:6. There is no peace unto the wicked, Isa. 48:22. There was a heavenly host, praising God and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, Luke 2:13–14. Peace I leave with you, John 14:27. The peace of God passeth all understanding, Philip. 4:7. King Benjamin’s people received peace of conscience, Mosiah 4:3. How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of those who publish peace, Mosiah 15:14–18 (Isa. 52:7). Alma cried unto the Lord and found peace, Alma 38:8. The spirits of the righteous are received into a state of peace, Alma 40:12. Did I not speak peace to your mind concerning the matter, D&C 6:23. Walk in the meekness of my Spirit, and you shall have peace in me, D&C 19:23. He who doeth the works of righteousness shall receive peace, D&C 59:23. Clothe yourselves with the bond of charity, which is the bond of perfectness and peace, D&C 88:125. My son, peace be unto thy soul, D&C 121:7. Finding there was greater peace, I sought for the blessings of the fathers, Abr. 1:2.