Real peace comes to those who are at peace with God. Jesus came to the earth to proclaim the good news of peace and to announce the Kingdom as the means by which God will restore peace. Jesus taught his followers to pray for God's Kingdom to come, for God's will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. Matthew 6:10. Jehovah is the God of peace and the Source of peace.
Revelation 12:9-12 indicates the first act of this Kingdom government indeed restored peace in the heavens by casting out Satan and his Demons who had been disturbing the peace, accusing their brothers day and night before God. Now confined to the earth, Satan has brought woe to the earth knowing he has a short period of time. We are living in the climax of what the scriptures call the last days of this wicked system of things. 2Tim 3:1, Matt. 24:3. Jesus called Satan the ruler of this world. John 12:31; 14:30. Satan and his demons have taken peace away from our earth. Estimates vary from 100 million to 300 million killed in wars in the 20th Century. Despite all efforts among mankind, peace has eluded our earth. It will only come on a global scale when shortly God by means of his Son the King of his Kingdom brings the final battle of Armageddon to destroy the wicked. Rev 16:14,16. Dan 2:44, Ps 37:10-12.
Meanwhile the peace of God can come to those who put their lives in harmony with God's righteous standards. Jesus is the key to having a relationship with Jehovah, thus the angels announced at Jesus' birth: " Upon earth peace among men of goodwill." Luke 2:14.
Jesus also gave ALL Christians a commission to preach the good news of the Kingdom. This became the primary purpose of their lives. A by-product of this work is peace. He gave the commission at Matthew 28:19,20: "Go therefore and make disciples of peoples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you...."
Who is there among you that is peaceful, and does the same work Jesus did in your community? Why not seek them out and find true peace and purpose in life.Do you mean absence of war? Tranquility?or be quiet, "hold your peace.'? attached is the search for the word peace in the KJV. You might want to study it..
Peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ
Before joining with Christ, we all were "...at that time separate from Christ, alienated from the commonwealth of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of the promise, having no hope and without God in the world (Ephesians 2:12). I can remember having no hope, nothing but the blackness of death to look forward to, without God, no meaning to life. And the worst part, I was in the world. At that time, I was joined to nothing but the world, which is anything but peaceful. Now, I am joined to Jesus Christ, "made near by the blood of Christ" (verse 13). He is our peace (v. 14). He abolished the hostility (v.15), making peace. He is the preacher of peace (v. 17). He provided us access to the Father through the spirit (v. 18), so that we may be joined to God. Only in this way can we be part of the "Purpose of the Ages," to be a part of God's family. That gives one's life real purpose and meaning.
A study of the Greek word for "peace" reveals that it comes from a root word which means "to join." Only in joining in with God and with the Lord Jesus Christ can real peace be achieved. That is as simple as making Jesus your Lord, believing in your heart that God raised him from the dead (Romans 10:9)
Jesus is considered to give peace, as he took upon our sins in the bible so we may be peaceful.
It orginated from Jesus Christ in the bible
Four in the NIV
The phrase early in the peace comes from the Bible. It's what the angels said to the shepherds after the birth of Jesus.
Isaish 9:6 is the or one of the first to refer to His peace.
the bible says at his trial, Jesus held his peace, and Pilate was amazed at it. even Isaiah says this 700 years earlier.
Jesus said if there is anger against you, turn the other cheek and take the outburst with peace and calmness.
Um...actually, Jesus was reffering to comfort and peace in the new testament. That verse can be found at John 14:27 Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.
According to the Holy Bible, Christ's reaction to his arrest was one of peace & calm, as he already knew of it!
Prophet Muhammad (Ahmed) Peace be upon him, is the last and final Messenger from Almighty, check your Bible its says that a person by name Ahmed will come as last and final messenger follow him; said by Prophet Jesus peace be upon him.
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The word peace is in the Bible approximately 420 times.
Yes.As just one example, in John 20 19-20, Jesus greets his disciples with the word 'peace':" 19On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, "Peace be with you!" 20After he said this, he showed them his hands and side. The disciples were overjoyed when they saw the Lord. "Of course, in our Bible the English equivalent of 'shalom' is 'Peace be with you' but Jesus, would have, in life, used either the Hebrew 'Shalom' or the Aramaic equivalent.
The Bible records 23 times that Jesus used the word 'peace'. But no doubt Jesus used the word many more times that aren't recorded. (So really, we would have no idea how many times Jesus actually used the word 'peace' throughout his lifetime.) (5 times in Matthew; 2 times in Mark; 10 times in Luke; 6 times in John)
Peace among people is closely associated with a peaceful relationship with God,based on their faith in the ransom sacrifice of Jesus Christ. This involves Forgiving freely, putting the interest of others before oneself,and learning through the study of the Bible, God's purpose to rid the earth of those who are not peaceful by means of his Kingdom
The purpose of the woman's peace party was to end the war.
for victory and for peace
Mainly;Muslims:* believe in all the three prophets Moses, Jesus and Muhammad (peace be upon them) as great prophets and God Messengers. * They believe in the three holy books Old Testament, New Testament, and Quran as God holy booksChristians:* believe in Moses and Jesus but not in prophet Muhammad (PBUH). They believe in Jesus as God or son of God. * believe in the Old and New Testaments but not in the Quran.Jews:* believe in Moses but not in Jesus or Muhammad (Peace be upon them) * believe in the Hebrew Bible but not in the New Testament or the Quran
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Only one, the Son of God, the Almighty King, the Everlasting One, The Prince of Peace. The Lord Jesus Christ.
"Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests"--New American Bible
Our Savior, Prince of Peace, Bridegroom , The Lamb, THE rock,Lord, Our Dayspring, and there is much more names located in the bible.
The word translated peace is used over 300 times in the Bible.
Jesus said ,"you will live in peace