I am sometimes over come with guilt. I judge myself harsher than you or anyone else could ever judge me. I find more faults with my imperfections than anyone else I know. I don't look at yours that way, only mine. I am so much harder on myself and my own mistakes. Like, somehow, I should have seen into the future to know how a person would respond. I should have worded things differently or seen what was going to happen. I find myself guilty in everything.
Perhaps, that is why this quote touched me so much. It promises that even with my guilt, I shall obtain peace. Peace is possible for each one of us. It is something to be desired and sought after. It is something that might seem elusive, but actually is not. It will happen in God's own time.
I have found peace in many instances of my life. I have found comfort in the words of the scriptures and in the kindness of others. I have found peace as I seek to follow the Lord's council, even when I don't understand. I have found peace when I finally, after fighting for so long, let go of those things that are not mine to bear. When I give them over to His care, and let Him carry the burden.
Peace is the opposite of anxiety. I carry so much anxiety about the past and the future. It is only when I am willing to let it all go that the blessing of peace comes quietly into my heart. Peace is knowing that He has it under control. It might not be quite the way I want it to be, but it will work out. Peace is trusting Him.