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    A Nation Out of Control,No GOD,No Peace!

    Updated: April 24, 2019 at 12:35 am EST  See Comments

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    Peace is something everyone wants, yet few seem to find. What is peace? It can be defined as “tranquility, harmony, or security.” Depending on the situation, it could mean “prosperity” or “well-being.” Various forms of the word peace are found 429 times in the King James Version of the Bible. There are different types of peace, including false peace, inner peace, peace with God and peace with man.

    In the Old Testament, the primary Hebrew word for “peace” is shalom, and it refers to relationships between people (Genesis 34:21), nations (1 Kings 5:12), and God with men (Psalm 85:8). Peace is a desired status in each of these arenas, and shalom is often tied to a covenant or a promise kept. A familiar friend (literally, “friend of my peace” in Psalm 41:9) is one with whom you would be at ease, a trusted companion. “Peace” was the standard greeting (1 Samuel 25:6), still used in many cultures today. 

    Peace is directly related to the actions and attitudes of individuals; but it is ultimately a gift from God (Isaiah 45:7Leviticus 26:6John 14:27). The presence of peace indicates God’s blessing on man’s obedience (Isaiah 32:17Malachi 2:5) and faith (Isaiah 26:3). There is no peace for the wicked (Isaiah 48:22).

    An optimist views everything in the most favorable light possible. On the other hand, a pessimist sees things rather negatively. The

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