Salutations: "Peace" (Hebrew: Shalom)
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1 Samuel 25:6
And thus shall you say to him that lives in prosperity, Peace be both to you, and peace be to your house, and peace be to all that you have.
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Strong's Hebrew
3073. Yhvh Shalom -- Jehovah is peace; Jehovah-Shalom
... Jehovah is peace; Jehovah-Shalom From Yhovah and shalowm; Jehovah (is) peace;
Jehovah-Shalom, a symbolical name of an altar in Palestine: see HEBREW Yhovah. ...
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7965. shalom -- completeness, soundness, welfare, peace
... be at) peace(-able, -ably), prosper(-ity, -ous), rest, safe(-ty), salute, welfare,
(X all is, be) well, X wholly. see HEBREW shalam. 7964, 7965. shalom. 7966 ...
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53. Abishalom -- "my father is peace," two Israelites
... Word Origin from ab and shalom Definition "my father is peace," two Isr. ... ab-shaw-
lome'}; from 'ab and shalowm; father of peace (ie Friendly ... see HEBREW 'ab. ...
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8017. Shelumiel -- "peace of God," a Simeonite
... Word Origin from shalom and el Definition "peace of God," a ... From shalowm and 'el;
peace of God; Shelumiel, an Israelite -- Shelumiel. see HEBREW shalowm. ...
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1312. Bishlam -- perhaps "son of peace," a Pers.
... Word Origin perhaps from ben and shalom Definition perhaps "son of peace," a Pers.
NASB Word Usage Bishlam (1). Bishlam. Of foreign derivation; Bishlam, a Pers. ...
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8001. shelam -- welfare, prosperity
... to shalom Definition welfare, prosperity NASB Word Usage peace (4). peace. (Aramaic)
corresponding to shalowm; prosperity -- peace. see HEBREW shalowm. ...
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... innumerable triumphs]. The Hebrew word shalom, peace, comprehends all
blessings; it is the glory of a kingdom. A prince's crown ...
// body of divinity/7 peace.htm

Gideon's Altar
... THE BOOK OF JUDGES GIDEON'S ALTAR. 'Then Gideon built an altar there unto the Lord,
and called it Jehovah- shalom [God is peace].'"Judges 6:24. ...
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April 1 Evening
... APRIL 1 EVENING. Jehovah-shalom: (The Lord send peace.)"JUDG.6:24. Behold,
a son shall be born to thee, who shall be a man of rest ...
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... Banner. Jehovah-shalom, ie, The Lord our Peace. Jehovah-tsidkenu, ie, The Lord
our Righteousness. ... Jehovah-shalom, ie, "I am thy peace. I ...
// god of all comfort/chapter 6 jehovah.htm

Jehovah. The "I Am. "
... Jehovah "Nissi"The Lord is my banner, He giveth the Victory (Exodus 17). Jehovah
shalom, the Lord is Peace. He is our Peace (Judges vi). ...
// lord of glory/jehovah the i am.htm

The Great Confession - the Great Commission - the Great ...
... transcript of the Rabbinic Chas lecha ({hebrew}). See Levy, Neuhebr. W├Ârterb. vol.
ii, p. 85. The commoner expression is Chas ve Shalom, mercy and peace,' viz ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xxxvii the great confession.htm

The Death and the Raising of Lazarus - the Question of Miracles ...
... Palestine (in Rome, and other places), written in bad Greek or Latin, containing,
perhaps, a Hebrew word, and generally ending with shalom, peace,' and adorned ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xxi the death and.htm

Our Stronghold
... has been war within and war without, but you have run into your strong tower, for
you have said, "His name is Jehovah-Shalom, the Lord send peace;" or else the ...
// on proverbs/our stronghold.htm

Traditionalism, Its Origin, Character, and Literature - the ...
... life (such as contracts), is written, not in Hebrew, but in ... regards learned students;
and, lastly, the Pereq ha Shalom, [519] which is a eulogy on peace. ...
/.../chapter viii traditionalism its origin.htm

The Doctrine of God
... Jehovah-Shalom: The Lord our Peace (Judges 6 ... The Hebrew word for "one" (yacheed)
in the absolute sense, and which is used in such expressions as "the only ...
/.../evans/the great doctrines of the bible/the doctrine of god.htm



Salutations by Bowing

Salutations by Kissing

Salutations by Letter

Salutations were Given by all Passers-By

Salutations were Given by Brethren to Each Other

Salutations were Given by Inferiors to Their Superiors

Salutations were Given by Superiors to Inferiors

Salutations were Given: On Entering a House

Salutations: "All Hail"

Salutations: "Are You Well, My Brother?"

Salutations: "Hail, Master!"

Salutations: "May God be Gracious to You"

Salutations: "My Lords"

Salutations: "Peace (Hebrew: Shalom) to This House"

Salutations: "Peace to You" (Hebrew: Shalomleka)

Salutations: "Peace" (Hebrew: Shalom)

Salutations: Antiquity of

Salutations: Denied to Persons of Bad Character

Salutations: Expressions Used as all Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Art Thou in Health?

Salutations: Expressions Used as Blessed be Thou of the Lord

Salutations: Expressions Used as God be Gracious to Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be to This House

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be With Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace to Thee, and Peace to Thine House, and Peace to All

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Blessing of the Lord be Upon You, we Bless You in The

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord be With You

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord Bless Thee

Salutations: from a Master to his Servants, "May the Lord be With You"

Salutations: Given to Christ in Derision

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Bowing Frequently to the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Embracing and Kissing the Feet

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling on the Neck and Kissing

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling Prostrate on the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Kissing the Dust

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Laying Hold of the Bear With the Right Hand

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Touching the Hem of the Garment

Salutations: Often Perfidious

Salutations: Often Sent by Letter

Salutations: Often Sent Through Messengers

Salutations: Persons in Haste Excused from Giving or Receiving

Salutations: Servants to Their Masters, "May the Lord Bless You"

Salutations: The Jews Condemned for Giving, Only to Their Countrymen

Salutations: The Pharisees Condemned for Seeking, in Public

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