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Have a blessed day, Amen.


bless·ed/blest,ˈblesid/adjective

  1. Made holy; consecrated.

noun

  1. Those who exist with God in Heaven.

A special favor, mercy, or benefit: the blessings of liberty.

A favor or gift bestowed by God, thereby bringing happiness.

The invoking of God’s favor upon a person: The son was denied his father’s blessing.

Praise; Devotion; Worship; ‘grace’ said before a meal: The children took turns reciting the blessing.

The Hebrew Word For Blessed. In the paleo Hebrew script, the word translated as “bless” and “blessed” looks like this: krb. … Barak (pronounced Baw-rahk) 🤔 makes you really think! A President? Barak (name) … As a Hebrew name, from the root B-R-Q, it means “lightning” and it appears in the Hebrew Bible as the name of an Ancient Israelite general Barak (ברק Bārāq). As an Arabic name, from the root B-R-K, it means “blessed” and is most commonly used in its feminine form Baraka(h).

This is the Hebrew pronunciation for the verb “bless” and the past tense word “blessed”.

We could go on, but in the interest of time…

May God’s blessings rest upon you today. May His peace be with you and His joy fill your heart. I pray that God’s goodness and mercy shall follow you. May He carry you from glory to glory. We pray in Jesus’ name, Amen.

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To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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