I Remember Now ~ Ripened By Life ~ The Beatitudes In Aramaic ~ Part 5, Post 57 Pastor Tim Tengblad

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God. Matthew 5:9

Tubwayhun lahwvday shlama dawnaw(hie) d’alaha nihqarun 

The Aramaic translation:

Blessed are those who plant peace each season, for they are in the flow of the One. Integrated are those who joyfully knit themselves together within. 

Aligned with the One are those who prepare the ground for all tranquil gatherings, they shall become fountains of Livingness.     Dr. Neil Douglas Klotz, “Prayers Of The Cosmos.”

Dr. Klotz writes that the roots of the Aramaic word lahwvday creates images of “planting, tilling the ground , laboring regularly, bringing forth fruit, and celebrating.”

A peacemaker is in it for the long haul, in spite of setbacks.

Wanting peace and being a peacemaker are two completely different things. Making peace requires commitment, and can only be made from the inside out. The peace we co-create with God in our outer world, must first be co-created within.

The energy of inner peace radiates out from the peace within the peacemaker, and everyone who receives it and offers it, ripens into more of what they already are in their inner heart and essence. Peace.

You are Love,

Pastor Tim Tengblad

timtengblad@comcast.net

 

Tim

Tim Tengblad
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