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The word shalom is a noun, masculine form of the verb word 'syalam' (be whole, happy and peaceful, Job 9:4) The word shalom is used with a wide use and understanding
The word shalom can mean health, safe, peaceful, prosperous, affluent (Job 21:9). The word is also used to inquire about the welfare of a person or situation (Genesis 37:14, 43:27-28, 1 Samuel 17:18, Esther 2:11).
Shalom also means 'peace' in the sense: not affected by warfare, a good condition, comfortable, successful, bright and glorious victory (Leviticus 26: 3-13), the era of peace (1 Kings 2:5), to offer peace (Deuteronomy 20:10), to accept the peace (Deuteronomy 20:11), make peace with others (Yosuaaa 9:15), seeking peace with God (Isaiah 27:5), describes someone who likes peace (Psalm 37: 37; Psalm 55:21), words of peace or a message of peace (Deuteronomy 2:26), the word shalom is also used in the separation as a farewell or departure of a person (1 Samuel 1:17; 2 Samuel 15:9; Luke 7: 50).
The word shalom was used as an adjective: good, peaceful, safe, safe, healthy, happy, friendly (1 Samuel 25:6, Job 5:24, Psalm 38:3, Isaiah 26:3). The word shalom can also be used to express a word of peace (1 Kings 2:13; 2 Kings 5:21, 22; 9:11,17 and 22). To express harmony, intimacy, friendship, friends allies. Example: Psalm 41:10, Jeremiah 20:10,38:22, Obadiah 1:7. To describe people who speak with ramah.Contoh Psalm 28:3 (cf. Esther 9:30).
To give encouragement to those who fear, to give assurance that everything was in good condition. Example of Daniel 10:19, Genesis 43:23
(Quoted from Ev.Ir.Anto BCU, Daily Guide, October 2002)
" You are my Son, whom I love;with you I am well pleased." Luke 3:It is no surprise that Jesus received this affirmation from His Father in heaven.Would it possible for us to hear such words,too,if we followed in his steps? Yes, God can be pleased with us, too, if we walk in Jesus' steps. This is the important thing: it's only because you are walking in the footprints of the divine Son that God is pleased with you.
Do you recall, as a growing child,walking behind a parent or grandparent who was wandering along a sandy beach or through deep snow? Wasn't it a great feeling to put your foot right in the footprint of that beloved person leading you? Your strides were the same; they matched. You were growing up.
If we are going to walk in the steps of Jesus as we take up our crosses and follow him, we have to know whwt pleases God. And we can know this only if we follow the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus sends us and who leads us into the truth of Scripture. While Jesus was here on earth, he heard the Father say three times that he was well pleased. If we depend on the spirit to lead us, the Father will be pleased with us as well.
Even if you are going through harsh experiences, remember that Jesus has gone ahead of you. Follow Him, and put your steps in his. For when you do God's will, you will receive the Father's praise
Some of us have never learned good penmanship our handwriting is irregular and hard to decipher. Others have handwriting that makes the rest of us jealous. And when we who have trouble writing see the nearly perfectly formed letters and words that others put on paper, we try to follow their example.
We all need models- but not only for writing. We need models for all of life. This is one of many reasons why Jesus Christ is so important. Jesus is a model too. And when whe think of him this way, we think of how the apostle Peter reminded us that Jesus left footprints - steps - for us to follow. This month we will look at those footsteps. They lead to a hill called Calvary - and sometimes the way may be rough, but Jesus would not call us to follow those steps only to make things difficult for us. He knows that asa we walk in Jesus footsteps, we will walk with him, being obedient as he was obedient, accomplishing all that he said the Father wants us to do.
There are key ideas in the gospel that guide us on this journey of grace. Each day we'll consider one of them with a view to reflecting joyfully on following the example of Jesus of Nazareth. He is our saviour, and He shows us perfectly the desires of our heavenly Father's heart.
Who is The savior
- Christ Jesus
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