8. Mar 2021

Salvation Prayer 2021

SALVATION – INTERNATIONAL PRAYER FOR PEACE 2021

Prayer for Peace – Experiencing the Peace of God – God’s Peace – 10 Bible Scriptures about Peace

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What does the peace of God mean?

Peace of God : an exemption from attack in feudal warfare urged by the church beginning in the latter part of the 9th century for all consecrated persons and places and later for all who claimed the protection of the church (as pilgrims, the poor) — compare truce of god

Definition of peace of God

1 the peace of heart which is the gift of God

2 : or Peace of God an exemption from attack in feudal warfare urged by the church beginning in the latter part of the 9th century for all consecrated persons and places and later for all who claimed the protection of the church (as pilgrims, the poor)— compare truce of god

How do we feel the peace of God? Pray for Peace – Pray to God

Pray to God, ask him to help make you stronger, and to do peaceful things, and to help other people. God is love. Know who God is, look up to him, and He will help you find peace. One thing you can do is try to replace any negative thoughts you have about a person with “I hope they are happy” or “May they find peace.”

Pray : Praying to God can help you find peace in your own mind, and he can speak to you and help you. Pray to God, ask him to help make you stronger, and to do peaceful things, and to help other people. God is love. Know who God is, look up to him, and He will help you find peace.

  • One thing you can do is try to replace any negative thoughts you have about a person with “I hope they are happy” or “May they find peace.”
  • Remember that it is God’s place to judge, not man’s.

What does the Bible say about the peace of God?

“And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” “And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful.” “Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way.

What is the spiritual meaning of peace?

The Hebrew word for peace, šālôm, translated in the Septuagint most often by the Greek word, eirēnē, has a wide semantic range including the notions of totality or completeness, success, fulfillment, wholeness, harmony, security and well being.

10 Comforting Bible Verse About Peace

“In his days may the righteous flourish, and peace abound, till the moon be no more!”

  1. John 16:33 – “I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”
  2. Psalm 4:8 – “In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.”
  3. Psalm 72:7 – “In his days may the righteous flourish, and peace abound, till the moon be no more!”
  4. Daniel 10:19 – “And he said, ‘O man greatly loved, fear not, peace be with you; be strong and of good courage.’ And as he spoke to me, I was strengthened and said, ‘Let my lord speak, for you have strengthened me.’ ”
  5. 2 John 1:3 – “Grace, mercy, and peace will be with us, from God the Father and from Jesus Christ the Father’s Son, in truth and love.”
  6. 2 Thessalonians 3:16 – “Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way. The Lord be with you all.”
  7. Colossians 3:15 – “And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful.”
  8. Philippians 4:7 – “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
  9. Ephesians 2:14 – “For he himself is our peace, who has made us both one and has broken down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility.”
  10. “Finally, brothers, rejoice. Aim for restoration, comfort one another, agree with one another, live in peace; and the God of love and peace will be with you.”

PEACE (IN THE BIBLE)

The Hebrew word for peace, šālôm, translated in the Septuagint most often by the Greek word, eirēnē, has a wide semantic range including the notions of totality or completeness, success, fulfillment, wholeness, harmony, security and well being.

Peace in Old Testament by the English Encyclopedia

Peace in the OT. The most comprehensive description of shalom is a cosmic order ordained by God through creation (Gn 1) and established with God’s people in the covenant (Ex 20–23). In this cosmic order each part finds its meaning and function as it conforms to God’s purpose. Shalom describes the “realm where chaos is not allowed to enter” (Hanson, 347), chaos being understood as sickness, war, social strife, or the violation of the covenant.

Peace can result from military victory (Jgs 8:9), or from diplomacy (Est 9:30; 10:3). The phrase “to ask the peace” (2 Kgs 9:11, 19; cf. Dt 20:10), often serving as more than a common greeting, signals the process of initiating negotiation, whereas “go in peace” (Jgs 18:6; 1 Sm 20:13; 2 Sm 15:9) functioning as more than a farewell, appears to be used predominantly “as the conclusio of successful negotiations” (Wiseman, 323).

As the Hebrew Scriptures frequently attest, peace in its fullness is possible because Yahweh is its source and the giver of peace to others (Lv 26:6; Ps 29:11; 122.8; Is 26:12; Ez 34:25; Zec 8:12). In the well-known Aaronic blessing, “The Lord look upon you kindly and give you peace” (Nm 6:20), peace is associated with God’s presence. There is no peace for the wicked (Is 48:22), but the one who keeps God’s law has great peace (Ps 119:165). Frequently peace and righteousness are linked together (Ps 72:7; 85:10; Is 9:7; 48:18). Those who proclaimed peace when injustice and greed prevailed were berated by the prophets (Jer 6:14; 8:11; Est 13:16). In the “covenant of shalom” (Nm 25:12; Is 54:10; Ez 34:25; 37:26), peace is experienced as the result of living in fidelity to the covenantal stipulations. During the period of the monarchy, Israel’s kings hastened the return of chaos as they abandoned trust in Yahweh, relying instead on the strength of their armies. Peace comes to the nation that trusts in God (Is 26:3).

Peace in New Testament by the English Encyclopedia.

The term eirēnē occurs in all the NT writings except 1 John, appearing most often in Luke-Acts, Romans, and Ephesians. Occasionally, eirēnē is used in its classical sense to designate a condition of law and order or the absence of war, as experienced, e.g., during the Pax Romana (Mt 10:34 par; Lk 11:21; 14:32; Acts 12:20; 24:2; Rv 6:4). Usually, however, the term is used to refer to the experience of salvation that comes from God or the harmonious relationships between persons.

In Luke-Acts Jesus is proclaimed as the one who brings “peace on earth,” understood as salvation for (not from) the world (2:14), and who guides others “into the way of peace” (1:79). In fact, peace is used as term for salvation (7:50; 8:48). It is a peace that Jerusalem (the “city of peace”) unfortunately has failed to understand (19:45) because it failed to recognize its “king” of peace.

The disciples are instructed to have peace among themselves, i.e., to form a community of peace (Mk 9:50) and to seek reconciliation among themselves before worship when the communal peace has been disturbed (Mt 5:23–26; 18:15–20). They are sent on mission to bring peace, but only the person receptive to God’s salvation receives it; those who are non-receptive come under God’s judgement (Mt 10:13 pa.; cf. Acts 10:36). Those who decide against Jesus can expect not peace but the sword (Mt 10:34–36 par).

In John’s Gospel, the “world” is portrayed as a hostile place neither able to give, nor easily receptive to the peace that already exists between Jesus and his disciples (Jn 14:27; 16:33). Accompanying the gift of the Spirit is the risen Jesus’ gift of peace (Jn 20:19, 21, 26), a gift that drives out fear.

In the Pauline letters, the reconciling love of God in Christ (Rom 5:6–11) has bestowed justification upon believers, resulting in “peace with God” (Rom 5:1; see Col 1:20; Eph 2:11–22). Those who live according to the Spirit know peace (Rom 8:6). Peace is a fruit of the Spirit (Gal 5:22), the hallmark of the gospel (Eph 6:15), and, along with righteousness and joy, the essence of God’s kingdom (Rom 14:17). For this reason Paul urges his readers to be “at peace” not only with other believers (Rom 14:19; 1 Cor 7:15; 2 Cor 13:11), but with everyone (Rom 12:18). Similarly, in the other letters believers are called to cultivate peace (Jas 3:18; cf. Mt 5:9) among themselves, with outsiders (Heb 12:14), and even with their enemies (1 Pt 3:10–12, quoting Ps 34:12–16).

Bibliography: h. beck and c. brown, “Peace,” Dictionary of New Testament Theology 2 (1976) 776–783. j. i. durham, “Šālôm and the Presence of God,” j. i. durham and j. r. porter, eds., Proclamation and Presence. Old Testament Essays in Honour of Gwynne Henton Davies (Richmond 1970) 272–293. j. folk, “Salvation as Shalom,” Dialog 26 (1987) 104–110. v. p. furnish, “War and Peace in the New Testament,” Interpretation 38 (1984) 363–379. p. d. hanson, “War and Peace in the Hebrew Bible,” Interpretation 38 (1984) 341–362. v. hasler, “eirēnē, ēs, hē eirēnē Frieden,” Exegetisches Wörterbuch zum Neuen Testament, v. 1 (1980) cols. 957–964. d. j. wiseman, “‘Is it Peace?’ Covenant and Diplomacy,” Vetus Testmentum 32 (1982) 311–326.

[j. l. gillman]

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Author Unknown – A Christian Prayer for Peace of Mind is used Free for people to have the peace of mind originally written and all credits given to Copyright – © Xavier University – Center for Mission and Identity 2020

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