What does Shalom mean?
Shalom is a Hebrew word that can mean peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare, and tranquility.
Idiomatically, it can also mean both hello and goodbye. Central to the term, it can be confirmed in related terms found in other Semitic languages that it means completeness; the Assyrian term salamu means to be complete, unharmed, paid/atoned.
Since 101 denotes the basic facts associated with a subject specified, Shalom101 is used to denote the basic facts of gaining Shalom.
I was hesitant to write about it because I knew many people are suffering in poverty these days. I could see them just a walk away from where I live. Though I know I am blessed and very fortunate, I could not even consider myself rich or wealthy. I, too, have my fair share of financial struggles and challenges both in business and personal life. Yet, again, I am truly blessed.
Feed Your Soul with Bible Passages
16 All scripture is given by the spirit of YHWH, and is profitable for doctrine (teaching the truth), for reproof (rebuking error), for correction (correcting faults), for instruction in righteousness (giving instruction for right living).17 That the man of God may be fully qualified and equipped to do every kind of good deed.2 Timothy 3:16-17 Reflection: For the scripture to work in our lives, we have to believe that the scripture is: given by the Spirit of…
The Bible verse of the day is taken from 1 Peter 2:2.
The Bible verse of the day is taken from Matthew 4:4.
The Plans I Have for You
This section is devoted to the Bible verse Jeremiah 29:11.
The writer expresses his thoughts, feelings, and experiences as he witnesses God’s power and tremendous commitment unfold in his life and others’ lives.
The sky is falling…
The sky is falling…
Yes, you heard me right, the sky is falling…
Do you allow God to use you?
Many times, they turn out to be gifts for me as well.
Blessings come not just to the receiver yet even to the giver.
Follow the heart of YHWH.
Know Him more by reading the Bible.
The Bible is His word.