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    #1

    Post can anyone help me

    can any one tell me about the use of "GOD May bless you"

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    #2
    If you do not want to wait for an answer, you can always google it.
    In short, it is a prayer in which you ask God to bless a person.
    If God blesses someone, He gives them good or make them better. This is in case you might be wondering about the meaning of the word bless.

    Note that I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: can anyone help me

    Quote Originally Posted by sdudah View Post
    In short, it is a prayer in which you ask God to bless a person.
    In the form 'God may bless you', it is not a prayer. The words simply say that it is possible that God will bless you. 'May God bless you' expresses the wish that God will bless you.

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    Re: can anyone help me

    thanks for help

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