Forgiven in Christ

23:30 Feb 13, 2000
English to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Forgiven in Christ
I believe somewhere in the New Testament, although I can't find it.
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naMaxul (or Nislax) Be'Yeshu - See comment!
Rechavia Berman
naNislakh be'Yeshu
John Kinory (X)


  

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55 days
Nislakh be'Yeshu


Explanation:
Nislakh = forgiven. However, it is masculine here (EVERYTHING in Hebrew, well, almost everything, is male or female). Undefined = male; such is life!
Yeshu = Jesus; sometimes transliterated as Yeshua. Some think it is derived from Yehoshua (Joshua).
be' = in.

John Kinory (X)
Local time: 04:24
PRO pts in pair: 43

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458 days
Maxul (or Nislax) Be'Yeshu - See comment!


Explanation:
x is used here as as the 8th letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. Nislax and Maxul both mean forgiven, but Maxul has more religious overtones. However, I searched the bible gateway web site (http://bible.gospelcom.net), and found no such phrase. It should also be noted that one usually says "In Christ" or "In Jesus Christ" rather than "In Jesus". However, as I said, I found no such phrase as "Forgiven in Jesus/Christ/Jesus Christ" in the New Testament

Rechavia Berman
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Local time: 06:24
Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 4
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