Gospel - 'Good News' (Rev 14:6) everlasting gospel (Book of Mormon) to preach unto…every nation and kindred and tongue and people.
Peace - 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.
Prince of Peace - Christ is the Prince of Peace (2 Ne 19:6). In Micah 5:5 it reads, "this man shall be the peace" referring also to Christ. You'll know by the peace and power of the spirit that you are in the right place (D&C 111:8).
The preparatory Gospel: Faith, Repentance, Baptism, and Gift of the Holy Ghost Aaronic priesthood is for the ministering of angels (D&C 84:23-26)
Sins of the feetare getting off the path and/or not finding the path to God. Going in two different directions
Sacrament is there to help us check the direction of our feet.
Learn of me and listen to my words walk in the meekness of my Spirit, and you shall have peace in me (D&C 19:23)
Protect the feet, they are your foundation, your connection to earth/creation, your goals and your future.
Your feet, which represent your goals or objectives in life, are to be shod with “the preparation of the gospel of peace.” Preparedness is the way to victory, and “eternal vigilance is the price of safety.” Whether in speech or in song, in physical or moral combat, the tide of victory rests with him who is prepared.
Body Language: Check the direction you are pointed when you are talking with others. Make sure that both feet are pointed in the same direction. Have both feet planted firmly on the ground (not rolling back and forth or lifting your weight off the floor) - firm foundation. Check your legs - they should be strong and stable on the feet (not bending or swaying when talking to others especially about your goals and the gospel).
(Scripture Chain: Micah 5:5; 2 Ne. 19:6; D&C 111:8.)
When we protect our feet and head in the right direction both our feet are firmly planted in the preparatory gospel and we feel peace!!