Peace

Peace

 
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  • Then Hezekiah said to Isaiah, "This message you have given me from the LORD is good." But the king was thinking, "At least there will be peace and security during my lifetime." - 2 Kings 20:19


  • I will not send the promised disaster against this city until after you have died and been buried in peace. You will not see the disaster I am going to bring on this place.' " So they took her message back to the king. - 2 Kings 22:20


  • They found lush pastures there, and the land was quiet and peaceful. Some of Ham's descendants had been living in the region of Gedor. - 1 Chronicles 4:40


  • David went out to meet them and said, "If you have come in peace to help me, we are friends. But if you have come to betray me to my enemies when I am innocent, then may the God of our ancestors see and judge you." - 1 Chronicles 12:17


  • Then the Spirit came upon Amasai, who later became a leader among the Thirty, and he said, "We are yours, David! We are on your side, son of Jesse. Peace and prosperity be with you, and success to all who help you, for your God is the one who helps you." So David let them join him, and he made them officers over his troops. - 1 Chronicles 12:18


  • But you will have a son who will experience peace and rest. I will give him peace with his enemies in all the surrounding lands. His name will be Solomon,* and I will give peace and quiet to Israel during his reign.1 - 1 Chronicles 22:9


  • "The LORD your God is with you," he declared. "He has given you peace with the surrounding nations. He has handed them over to me, and they are now subject to the LORD and his people. - 1 Chronicles 22:18


  • For David said, "The LORD, the God of Israel, has given us peace, and he will always live in Jerusalem. - 1 Chronicles 23:25


  • When Abijah died, he was buried in the City of David. Then his son Asa became the next king. There was peace in the land for ten years, - 2 Chronicles 14:1


  • Asa also removed the pagan shrines, as well as the incense altars from every one of Judah's towns. So Asa's kingdom enjoyed a period of peace. - 2 Chronicles 14:5


  • During those peaceful years, he was able to build up the fortified cities throughout Judah. No one tried to make war against him at this time, for the LORD was giving him rest from his enemies. - 2 Chronicles 14:6


  • So Micaiah told him, "In a vision I saw all Israel scattered on the mountains, like sheep without a shepherd. And the LORD said, `Their master has been killed. Send them home in peace.' " - 2 Chronicles 18:16


  • So Jehoshaphat's kingdom was at peace, for his God had given him rest on every side. - 2 Chronicles 20:30


  • So all the people of the land rejoiced, and the city was peaceful because Athaliah had been killed. - 2 Chronicles 23:21


  • That is how the LORD rescued Hezekiah and the people of Jerusalem from King Sennacherib of Assyria and from all the others who threatened them. So there was peace at last throughout the land. - 2 Chronicles 32:22


  • I will not send the promised disaster against this city and its people until after you have died and been buried in peace. You will not see the disaster I am going to bring on this place.' " So they took her message back to the king. - 2 Chronicles 34:28


  • In addition, letters wishing peace and security were sent to the Jews throughout the 127 provinces of the empire of Xerxes. - Esther 9:30
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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