One New Man, the Final Reformation of God’s Move in the Earth

~@ROliverLuce | 08-28-16

Shalom the Hebrew word for peace, even for the peace of God!
But shalom is much more than just peace as we might simply think!

It’s HEBREW for confronting the authority that BINDS us to chaos. And chaos leads right into sin which is the actual term for breaking the laws of God!
Even so, without THE LAWS of God that came from Him through Moses, that address the nature of our destructive nature which leads to death that demanded God’s instruction in righteousness, does separate us from God, and between each other as inheritors of God’s Kingdom.
This is the definition of peace from God’s perspective and the dealings with our destructive nature, the human condition which was designed to trust God rather than go it alone. Shalom then is the reason why God sent His living Word to bring us peace.

Therefore Yeshua is the living Word, from the mouth of the Father God, sent in the form of a “Son of Man,” the first of many brethren who came to bring THAT Shalom, that kind of peace we needed:

The Shalom who came to die and put to death the wall of separation between the Jews who God first chose to introduce His love too and the rest of the world who are called Gentiles!
That both will become ONE NEW MAN through Yeshua in bringing peace to the Father’s creation who are chosen by birth to be inheritors of His Covenant of love and restoration if they so chose in being the part of the family of God for evermore!

The following scriptural references point out this shalom what God has in mind:

Ephesians 2:13-19 {TOL version}
“13 But now in Messiah Yeshua, you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of the Messiah. 14 For He is our shalom, the One who made the two into one and broke down the middle wall of separation. Within His flesh, He made powerless the hostility— 15 the law code of mitzvot [of legalism] contained in regulations. He did this in order to create within Himself one new man [one new humanity] from the two groups, making shalom, 16 and to reconcile both to God in one body through the cross—by which He put the hostility to death. 17 And He came and proclaimed shalom to you who were far away and shalom to those who were near— 18 for through Him we both have access to the Father by the same Ruach. 19 So then you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but you are fellow citizens with God’s people and members of God’s household.”

Ephesians 2:13-19 {CJB version, Complete Jewish Bible}
“13 But now, you who were once far off have been brought near through the shedding of the Messiah’s blood. 14 For he himself is our shalom — he has made us both one and has broken down the m’chitzah [middle wall of separtion] which divided us 15 by destroying in his own body the enmity occasioned by the Torah [in legality], with its commands set forth in the form of ordinances. He did this in order to create in union with himself from the two groups a single new humanity [one new man!] and thus make shalom, 16 and in order to reconcile to God both in a single body by being executed on a stake as a criminal and thus in himself killing that enmity. 17 Also, when he came, he announced as Good News shalom to you far off and shalom to those nearby, 18 news that through him we both have access in one Spirit to the Father. 19 So then, you are no longer foreigners and strangers. On the contrary, you are fellow-citizens with God’s people and members of God’s family.”

Finally:
We can also say that Yeshua the Christ came to bring shalom between those of legalism [who know the truth without love] and those who are of the spirit [who know the truth with love] that BOTH humanities will have their eyes open to God’s love, understanding, and patience with each other in His Torah that points to God’s love, grace, and truth in the knowledge of the law that never grows old.

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