The Blessings Of The Shalem

4 Jun

The Blessings Of The Shalem…

Among the sacrifices of the Bible, one was called the Shalem. The root word behind this sacrifice means “peace” but also “to make complete.”

Jesus is the fulfillment of all the sacrifices of the Bible, and certainly of the Shalem. If you live with a spirit of want, discontent, neediness, desperation, unhappiness, selfish-ambition, regret, longing, etc., it means that you’re not complete.

Even in salvation, most believers live as if they were incomplete people. But Jesus is the Shalem Sacrifice. And that means that He died not only to save you from sin, but to make you complete.

It means that in Jesus, it’s not only God’s will that you become complete, but now in Jesus, you have the power to see it happen.

What’s the key? The closer you get to the Shalem Sacrifice, the more the power of completion and wholeness will become yours. Jesus is that sacrifice.

Therefore get closer to Him, and closer, in prayer, in the Word, in devotion, in love. Your life will become more and more complete, full, and whole the closer you get to the Shalem Sacrifice.

And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:7

Each day, take one step to get closer to God. Decide what you will do and act on it.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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