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Ways to Find Peace, Paix, Vrede, Paz, and Kiyeengi

The New Testament encourages us to live in peace with our neighbors and with everyone. The Bible has been translated into many languages. Here are four verses in a few of the world's 7000 plus languages.

Romans 12:18 (NIV) If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.

Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV) 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. 


1 Thessalonians 5:13 (NIV) Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other.

Jude 1:2 (NIV) Mercy, peace and love be yours in abundance.

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Kiyeengi (peace) in KiBeembe (beq) spoken in Beembe (Congo)            

Romans 12:18 mbuti bwadzuka, na diri mu miswa mya beenu, lo beenee na kiyeengi na baatu bobanso.

Galatians 5:22-23 Kasi kimbutu kya Mpeeve ngo: ntiilu, kiminu, kiyeengi, nkindusulu-mutima, mbweeyulu-mutima, nzala-baatu, kanyi, 23 bundeembu, nkebulu-nyutu. Mangisi mahele kitaatu na mya bubwo.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Namitineenu kubvula kwebasiila mutima na kwebatya, mu ntoono kisalu ki bari na kyo. Beeneenu na kiyeengi beenu na beenu.

Jude 1:2 Hemese ngebe, kiyeengi na ntiilu bya Nzaambi, biba kuri beenu na fundu-fundu.


Lape or anpe or Trankilite in Seselwa Creole spoken along with French (paix) and English (peace) in the Seychelles.

Romans 12:18 Si i posib, fer tou sa ki depann lo zot, pour zot viv anpe avek tou dimoun.

Galatians 5:22-23 Me la bann fri ki Lespri i prodwi: Lanmour, lazwa, lape, pasyans, labonte, zenerozite, fidelite, 23 ladouser, kontrol lo son prop lekor. Lalwa pa kont bann keksoz parey.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Annan bokou respe ek lafeksyon pour zot, akoz travay ki zot pe fer. Viv byen anpe ant zot.

Jude 1:2 Mon demande ki Bondye ava akord zot pardon, lape ek lanmour annabondans.


Wen kwin (peace) in Ozolotepec Zapotec spoken in Mexico

Romans 12:18 Ndoblo tsowaa tsa wen kwinaa kon reta men, asta plo take lo'aa. 

Galatians 5:22-23 Per lee re kuu ntsow Mbi Nayon leettsoo zha nak: nke leettsoo zha taben zha, naley nzo leettsoo zha, wen nzi zha kon Diox, nxek leettsoo zha reta kwaa, nabizt zha, wen nak zha, thib nyelaaz zha Diox, 23 nadoo nak zha, ne nabee zha lo kwerp zha, tsa tsowt zha kuu nlaaz kwerp zha. Neeka thib ley gagt ne lee re koree went nak.

1 Thessalonians 5:13 Ndoblo wen wii goo lo zha ne bke leettsoo goo zha kon dib ndroo leettsoo goo, por tsiin kuu ntsow zha lo goo. Ne noga ndoblo wen kwin goo thib goo ne tedib goo.

Jude 1:2 Nlazn kwathoz lat leettsoo Diox ne Diox goo, ne tsow Diox wen kwin goo, ne loo Diox yalnkelaaz chaan Diox lo goo.


Lunghip in Aimol (aim) or Aimal is the language of the Aimol people of Manipur, India. It is considered endangered and has less than 3,000 speakers worldwide

Romans 12:18 Hivahi a jot thei aninko, nang nin nan tor khan na mirakip le lunghip lungdai ha om ru. 

Galatians 5:22-23 Tak-ha Thavang Thiang ning a hong manra ha ko hi ani. Lungsiat, ningsat lungnem, khang thei, mi lungsiat, chuntho asat le takngai ha ani. 23 Lung nem ma a om, a tak a kan khit tor, hiva ngai jiang chena dan ning a jot lui ite khat om mak. 

1 Thessalonians 5:13 An chuan tho na chunga a sang tak a chit jak hale lungsiat a thoru, lunghip ha nan karra om rase. 

Jude 1:2 Puma ama manrit na lunghip le lungsiat ha nang ni jiang sip rase.


Jiriar or ujiriar (peace) in Chorti (caa) a Mayan language, spoken by the indigenous Maya people who are also known as the Ch'orti' or Ch'orti' Maya in Guatemala and Western Honduras 

Romans 12:18 Cawiric cab'a tua' machi cache unumse ub'a otronte', y cachic lo que uyub'ion tua' cach'ami e jiriar taca tunor e gente.


Parmaasir (peace) in Bimoba (bim). The Bimoba people inhabit an area on the Eastern part of Tempane-Garu and Nalerigu districts in Ghana and Togo.

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