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blessed is the man who fears the lord

Korean translation: 여호와를 경외하는 자는 복이 있도다

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English term or phrase:blessed is the man who fears the lord
Korean translation:여호와를 경외하는 자는 복이 있도다
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03:57 Jun 2, 2002
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Art/Literary / tattoo
English term or phrase: blessed is the man who fears the lord
blessed is the man who fears the lord
(I need it in korean writing for a tattoo)
*from a verse in the bible
daniel park
여호와를 경외하는 자는 복이 있도다
Explanation:
Fears the Lord is commonly translated as "여호와를 경외하다" and "blessed is..." is found in the Beautitudes in Matt. 5. Put these together and you will have the above translation.
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Jason Chong
United States
Local time: 05:34
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5 +1여호와를 경외하는 자는 복이 있도다Jason Chong


  

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여호와를 경외하는 자는 복이 있도다


Explanation:
Fears the Lord is commonly translated as "여호와를 경외하다" and "blessed is..." is found in the Beautitudes in Matt. 5. Put these together and you will have the above translation.

Jason Chong
United States
Local time: 05:34
PRO pts in pair: 2

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