God reveals himself as Jehovah-Shalom in the sixth chapter of Judges in a story relating to Gideon. The name is revealed in verses 23 and 24. The following is an excerpt from an article entitled Jehovah-Shalom, God of Comfort/Peace https://onetahayes.com/gods-provision/jehovah-shalom-my-comfortpeace/
The young man, Gideon, who became the sixth judge of Israel, had been able to save some of his father’s wheat from the fields. He hid it behind the winepress in order to thresh it. An angel appeared to Gideon and hailed him as a mighty man of valor. After Gideon had a conversation with the angel, he prepared food according to instructions, and the angel caused fire to consume the food. Then the angel departed from sight but not from sound. Gideon is stricken with terror as he recognized that the angel was the Lord. He calls out to the Lord God, who says, ”Peace be unto thee; fear not, thou shalt not die.” Gideon built an altar and called itJehovah-shalom, shalom is most often translated “peace.” Thus we meet the God of Peace/Comfort.
The peace that Gideon recognized at that time came through his encounter with God. He realized that he was not going to die just because he had seen the Lord. He was at peace with God, but he was not yet at peace with the circumstances around him.
A series of events related in the sixth and seventh chapters of Judges shows Gideon’s growth in his relationship with Jehovah-shalom – the Prince of Peace. First, the Lord sent him on a mission to cast down the altar of Baal. Gideon gallantly took ten men and did that – in the night so they wouldn’t be seen….. (End of excerpt – How did Gideon survive? Read the rest of the story https://onetahayes.com/gods-provision/jehovah-shalom-my-comfortpeace/