Personal Prayer for Shalom

Do you need peace today? Have you struggled with fear and feelings of anxiety? Do the things that you see ahead of you cause you to tremble and be faint-hearted? You are in good company because many of our Heroes in Scripture felt the very same way at times. Here is a personal prayer for Shalom that I wrote as a companion to the short study that I did on peace, or shalom in Hebrew. My prayer is that it will be a blessing to you.

Your Personal Prayer for Shalom – Peace!

Dear Heavenly Father HaShem:

 I am in need of Your shalom. Look upon me and give me peace, security, tranquility, quiet, wholeness and rest.

HaShem you are the Sar Shalom, the Prince of Peace, the Ruler of Peace. I ask that you move on my behalf and remove the anxiety, fear, pain, illness and myriad of thoughts that bombard my mind. Oh Sar Shalom, bring shalom, bring peace to my heart and mind, to my family, and my life right now. As the Ruler of Peace, I ask you to rule and reign in my life and in my heart and mind. Cause Your peace (Your shalom) to be present and remove everything that opposes that peace. Help me to walk and live in Your shalom and to resist the circumstances of life or false beliefs that attempt to steal my peace.

Restore to me the joy of my salvation and the peace that comes from a life secure in Your hands. HaShem send now Your shalom to rule in my heart. Let it rule my emotions, mind, and my physical body. Surround me with Your love, compassion and peace. Up hold me and let me feel the security that only You can give.

HaShem, I thank and praise You for giving to me shalom!

Omayn…So be it!

To read the short study on peace and shalom use this link: Shalom – Hebrew Word Study

Simcha and Shalom,

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