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PostPosted: Sat 13 Apr 2019 6:59 pm 
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Hello again after all this time :)

Previous advice on this forum helped me a lot, thanks.

This time I'd need some consultancy regarding a quote from the Bible. Mark 11 26.

I've used Google translate to prepare a dreaft version. Could anybody polish it, please? Or make necessary corrections?

"Má iarrann tú rud éigin i nguí, creid go bhfuil sé faighte agat cheana féin agus go gcomhlíonfar d'iarratas."


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PostPosted: Sat 13 Apr 2019 7:42 pm 
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Dunham wrote:
Hello again after all this time :)

Previous advice on this forum helped me a lot, thanks.

This time I'd need some consultancy regarding a quote from the Bible. Mark 11 26.

I've used Google translate to prepare a dreaft version. Could anybody polish it, please? Or make necessary corrections?

"Má iarrann tú rud éigin i nguí, creid go bhfuil sé faighte agat cheana féin agus go gcomhlíonfar d'iarratas."


There's no need for the last "go"

BTW: That's Mark 11.24 (not 26)

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An Bíobla Naofa:
Deirim libh dá bhrí sin, an uile ní a bheidh á impí agus á iarraidh agaibh, creidigí go bhfuil sé faighte agaibh, agus gheobhaidh sibh é.

Ó Cuinn, Tiomna Nua:
Dá bhrí sin deirim libh, cibé ní a iarras sibh san urnaí, creidigí go bhfaighidh sibh é, agus gheobhaidh sibh é.


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PostPosted: Sun 14 Apr 2019 10:27 pm 
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BTW: That's Mark 11.24 (not 26)

I didn't check this particular verse out, but note that there are differences in the numbering used in various Bibles. Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Coptic, Ethiopian and other eastern versions can all differ from one another (and not all Protestant versions agree with one another, either). Perhaps the best examples are in Exodus and Deuteronomy, where there are more than half a dozen different ways of numbering (and combining) the Ten Commandments.

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PostPosted: Mon 15 Apr 2019 3:31 pm 
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That's right in this case it should be Mark 11:24.

Many thanks for the replies.


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