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Blessing Of Peace

“Gideon built an altar to the Lord there and called it The Lord is Peace” (Judges 6:24). “I will listen to what God the Lord says; he promises peace to his people, his faithful servants” (Ps. 85:8). “For he himself is our peace” (Eph. 2:14).

Jehovah-shalom is one of the covenant names by which God has bound Himself to us. Shalom means completeness, harmony, and fulfillment. Be blessed with full assurance that everything is all right because God has everything under His care. Jesus in you, your Prince of peace, means that you are settled and at rest in unworried blessedness even in the midst of life’s storms.

Be blessed to know the healing power of His presence and His restoration of every broken place. His mighty power gives you victory over every enemy. Be blessed with unshakable faith to believe His sufficiency meets every need that you face through His limitless resources.

God’s covenant of peace is more than just the absence of struggle and fear. His peace is for your security and well-being. Receive the blessing of shalom from your covenant-keeping God. He is the government of peace in your life. His peace gives you safety, joy, and wholeness of your spirit, soul, and body.

Be blessed in Him, your true shalom. He alone is your complete and total fulfillment. Be blessed with God’s unshakable peace from the inside out. Be blessed with harmony of spirit, soul, and body. Be blessed with the benefits of His covenant of peace in harmony with yourself, with God, and with others. In His peace your heart knows Him in His fullness.

Taken from Sylvia Gunter’s Blessings For Life: Words Of Hope And Healing. © Sylvia Gunter, 2017
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Devotion Subjects: Blessings For Life, Peace

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