Shalom: Personal Restoration

 “The Lord your God will then make you successful in everything you do.” Deuteronomy 30:9

The heart of the true meaning of “Shalom”– means the complete blessing, restoration and wholeness. It can be summarized this way – nothing missing, nothing broken; complete peace.

Our world is one of brokenness, of hurt, of despair. Shalom is not commonly used, nor understood, but in the days of the Bible, shalom was a common understanding. Taking time to get back into the Word is our link to the peace that God has commanded for His followers.

Shalom touches every aspect of our lives: health, family, finances, friendships, jobs, and more. To strive for or achieve shalom can be an incredible testimony for others to see Jesus in us. They will automatically see that something is different and seek out what that difference is. We can begin our own journey to wholeness by focusing on His promise in Deuteronomy 30.

The promise is to return to the blessed life and so that you can be restored to completeness. Believe for complete restoration and wholeness for you and your family.

Ask. Believe. Receive. Shalom shall be yours.

DEVOTION:

Lord, we come to You today seeking shalom. Heal our broken hearts and restore our families. our homes, and our world. As we meditate on Your Word and return to You for our spiritual nourishment, we know that we are being made whole through Your promise. By soaking in Your Word, we can then fill up and spill over into the lives of those around us.

Holy Spirit, fill us to overflowing. Use us to bring our families together and closer to You. Use us to bring others to Your place of peace.

We thank You for Your provision, Your love, and Your complete peace and we trust in You for all of our needs as we turn to the Bible for Truth.

Deuteronomy 30: 1-10 (AMP)

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Shawna loves spending her time in prayer and the Word. She spends her days helping encourage women to embrace their heritage as “Daughter of the King".

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