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--Jose77 21:53, 17 'Aukake 2006 (UTC)[reply]

Gratitude[edit source]

Thankyou very much for your help. I am very grateful.
I have one last request. Can you help me translate these last two passages into Hawaiian?


"Receiving the Holy Spirit is the guarantee of our inheritance in the Kingdom of Heaven".
"Water baptism is the sacrament for the remission of sins for regeneration. The church believes that baptism must take place in natural living water, such as the river, sea, or spring".


Thankyou --Jose77 21:53, 17 'Aukake 2006 (UTC)[reply]


Thankyou very much for the excellent-quality translation effort!
May God bless you!
If you ever need any articles to be translated to the Chinese or Taiwanese language then I would gladly help you.
Aloha! --Jose77 00:56, 18 'Aukake 2006 (UTC)[reply]

I forgot to add this sentence below. Can you please help me translate this last sentence into Hawaiian?

"Believers must rely on the Holy Spirit to pursue holiness, to honour God, and to love humanity".

Thanks --Jose77 02:10, 18 'Aukake 2006 (UTC)[reply]


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