If we want super natural peace; we sometime need to close our mouths and open our ears. God’s peace (Super natural) always resides where He is. Therefore, when there is no peace, it’s a good possibility that you’re heading the wrong direction:”And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus”(Phil 4:7).
The late William Barclay, a world-renowned Bible commentator and minister with the Church of Scotland, made the following profound observation regarding God’s peace:
“It may be that one of our great faults in prayer is that we talk too much and listen too little. When prayer is at its highest we wait in silence for God’s voice to us; we linger in His presence for His peace and His power to flow over us and around us; we lean back in His everlasting arms and feel the serenity of perfect security in Him.”