Salutations: "Peace to You" (Hebrew: Shalomleka)
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John 20:21
Then said Jesus to them again, Peace be to you: as my Father has sent me, even so send I you.
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Salutations

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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