Accept The Commission!

Peace I bequeath to you, My own peace I give to you, a peace which the world cannot give, this is My gift to you

John 14:27
Acts 15:1-2,22-29; Psalms 67:2-3,5-6,8; Revelations 21:10-14,22-23; John 14:23-29

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Sixth Sunday of Easter, C

You may not consider yourself a Scripture scholar, but you probably know the Old Testament word for “peace”: the beautiful Hebrew word, “shalom.” In the Bible the word means so much in terms of human fulfillment that there is nothing better you could wish for another person. The New Testament word for peace? If you know anyone named “Irene,” then you know the Greek word for “peace.” It is spelled the same as Irene in English, although it is pronounced differently. Nevertheless it carries into the New Testament all the fullness of the Old Testament meaning, and more.

The word peace in the Bible — Shalom/Irene — whether the Hebrew or the Greek, carries not only our English connotation…

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