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Yi

Friday, July 18, 2008


The Chinese character for righteousness (yi) is formed by putting one character on top of the other. The top character (yang) means lamb. The bottom character (wo) means me, self or I. When they are put together, the word righteousness (yi) is formed. Therefore, The Lamb that covers me=righteousness! The missionary explains this to the Taiwanese as a way of explaining that God's fingerprint is found everywhere...even in their own language, written years before Chirst was born! Isn't that amazing!
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  • SENKYOUSHI
    We have the same character here. It's a great way to explain to people. I'm so glad that you could be my neighbor for a few weeks and experience some of my life. Japan is different, but yet similar to the Asian countries.
    4399 days ago
  • MUJU71
    Fascinating! What an open door for sharing the gospel!
    4402 days ago
  • DONANDMARY77
    Way Cool!!! Thank you for the lesson in Chinese. I also would like to say, Yuck about the fish eyes.
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    4404 days ago
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