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What is PEACE we are talking about?

  • The primary and basic idea of the Biblical word peace is completeness, soundness, and wholeness. It is a favorite biblical greeting (Genesis 29:6; Luke 24:36) and is found at the beginning or end of the New Testament epistles except James and 1John. Dismissal is also expressed by the word peace (1 Samuel 1:17). It means cessation from war (Joshua 9:15).
  • Friendship between companions is expressed by it (Gen.26:29; Ps 28:3), as well as friendship with God through a covenant (Numbers 25:12; Isaiah 54:10).
  • Contentment or anything working toward safety, welfare and happiness is included in the concept (Isaiah 32: 17-18).
  • Peace has reference to health, prosperity, well-being, security, as well quite from war (Eccl 3:8; Isaiah 45:7)
  • The prophet Isaiah pointed out repeatedly that there will be no peace to the wicked (Isaiah 48:22; 57:21).Even though many of the wicked continually seek to encourage themselves with a false peace (Jeremiah 6:14).
  • Peace is a condition of freedom from strife whether internal or external. Security from outward enemies (Isaiah 26:2) as well as calm of heart for those trusting God (Job 22:21; Isaiah 26:3), is included.
  • Peace is so pleasing to the LORD that the godly are enjoined to seek it diligently (Psalms 34:14; Zechariah 8:16, 19).
  • Peace is a comprehensive and valued gift from God, and the promised and climaxing blessing in messianic times (Isaiah 2:4, 9:6-7, 11:6 Micah 4:1-4; 5:5).
  • Peace is the gift of Christ (John 14:27; 16:33; Romans 5:1 Philippians 4:7).
  • The word is used many times to express the truths of the mission, character, and Gospel of Christ.
  • The purpose of Christ's coming into the world was to bring spiritual peace with God. (Luke 1:79; 2:14; Mark 5:34; 9:50; Luke 24:36).
  • There is a sense in which he came not to bring peace, but a sword (Matthew 10:34). This has reference to the struggle with every form of sin.
  • Christ's life depicted in the Gospels is one of majestic calm and serenity (Matthew 11:28; John 14:27).
  • The essence of the gospel of Christ may be expressed in the term peace (Acts 10:36; Ephesians 6:15), including the peace of reconciliation with God (Romans 5:1) and the peace of fellowship with God (Galatians 5:22 and Phil 4:7).
  • Jesus Christ, the son of God is our peace (Ephesians 2:14-15). God, our Father is the God of peace ( 1Thessalonians 5:23)
  • The inalienable privilege of every Christian is the peace of God (Philippians 4:9) because of the legacy of peace left by Christ in his death (John 14:27; 16:33).
  • These blessings are not benefits laid up in eternal glory only but are a present possession (Romans 8:6; Col.3:15).
  • This is the result of God's voluntary initiation peace plan for entire mankind in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and our Lord.