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Amen (Numbers 5:22)



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Praying hands
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Bible Verse:
Meaning:
Truly, so be it.
Origin and Application:
You heard this word at the end of prayers. But what does it mean? In prayers when we say our wishes in our prayer to God, we end it with “Amen”. It derives from the Hebrew root a-m-n that means truly, so be it. By ending our prayers with Amen, we trust that our prayers to God will be answered.
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