What can I say instead of God bless you?
OR Good luck with etc. Be good. Talk to you soon.
What’s another way to say bless you?
What is another word for bless you?
|thank you kindly||many thanks|
|much obliged||thanks very much|
|nice one||thanks a million|
How do you say may God bless?
God bless you = I pray that God will bless you. May God bless you = I pray that God will bless you. God may bless you = It’s possible that God will bless you.
What can I say instead of stay blessed?
Part of speech:
- glorified. Transformed into something glorious. …
- lucky. The definition of lucky is someone who has good fortune, something that brings good fortune, or something that results from good fortune and chance. …
- sanctified. Affecting sanctity; sanctimonious. …
- joyous. …
- divine (related) …
- blissful. …
- religious. …
Is it correct to say may God bless you?
“May God bless you” is correct. It’s a subjunctive form, actually, where the subjunctive is being used as a sort of third person imperative.
What does it mean to say may God bless you?
God bless you (variants include God bless or bless you) is a common English expression generally used to wish a person blessings in various situations, especially as a response to a sneeze, and also, when parting or writing a valediction. … The phrase has been used in the Hebrew Bible by Jews (cf.
How do you say blessing over someone?
“Dear heavenly Father, dear Jesus.” But in a blessing I’m directing it toward you. So when you see blessings throughout the scripture, you generally see where it’s like “may you know” or “may you be blessed.” The words “may you” direct me that I’m speaking toward you in a prayerful attitude.
Which is correct God bless you or God bless you?
“God bless you” is a short form of “May God bless you.” It’s like “good morning,” which means “I wish you a good morning.” “God blesses you” is an observation. It’s the difference between “(May you) Have a good day” and “you are having a good day,” which are not the same thing at all.
How do you use God bless in a sentence?
God bless (you)!
Good night everyone, and God bless. said when someone sneezes, to say that you hope they have good health: “Achoo!” “God bless you.”