The Weekend Word


I give unto you

Joh 14:27  I am leaving you at peace. I am giving you my own peace. I am not giving it to you as the world gives. So don't let your hearts be troubled, and don't be afraid.

שָׁלֹם    שָׁלוֹם
shâlôm    shâlôm
shaw-lome', shaw-lome'
From H7999; safe, that is, (figuratively) well, happy, friendly; also (abstractly) welfare, that is, health, prosperity, peace: -    X do, familiar, X fare, favour, + friend, X greet, (good) health, (X perfect, such as be at) peace (-able, -ably), prosper (-ity, -ous), rest, safe (-ly), salute, welfare, (X all is, be) well, X wholly.
This Scripture and this word give us an immense level of comfort as we give our heart’s and lives to Yahushua. So let us dig deeper into this Hebrew word shalom and see if there is anything more for us to glean. The Hebrew letters that are used to make this word shalom are (Shin lamed vav mem) remember they are written and read from right to left refer to the Hebrew above.
Shin means      destroy
Lamed means  authority
Vav means       attached
Mem means    chaos
Now if we take them all together the letters state destroy the authority attached to chaos. This what peace Yahushua is talking about and He has expressed it is not a worldly peace but His very Own Peace that He is giving to us. He will destroy the authority attached to chaos in our lives by His own power and ability. hallelujah  ! When your life appears to be in chaos call on Yahushua to destroy the authority attached to your life’s chaos and watch what happens as His peace surrounds you and removes the chaos from you!
This is just another example of why the Hebrew language is so important to us as believers. It reveals the actual meanings of the original words that were and are used in the Scriptures. It brings us the concrete understanding not an abstract one. May you find His Shalom in your life today!

Baruch (blessings) to you
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For here and for all further Scriptural references unless specifically noted we use The King James(KJV) and or The International Standard Version (ISV) for our Scriptural quotes. Please also note we use Strong’s Hebrew and Greek Concordance for added understanding.
For here and for all further Scriptural references when these two words are used; LORD and Jesus please be advised of the following: We do interchange them out of respect to our God.
Wherever LORD is used the actual Hebrew = יהוה Yahuwah H3068
Wherever Jesus is used the actual Hebrew = יְהוֹשֻׁעַ  Yahushua H3091

 We also would like to point out when we use the term (God) we are referring to the One True Elohim’. The I Am of The Scriptures not just any old god. Yah is  His Name reference (Psa 68:4  Sing to Elohim, sing praises to His Name. Raise up a highway for Him Who rides through the deserts, By His Name Yah, And exult before Him.) 

We have a further in-depth study on His Names on our website Here.
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