I am attending an Uppercase Living party tomorrow and am designing a phrase in Spanish for my kitchen. I would like to say, "God is my hope and strength." I think it should be: El Senior es mi esperanza y fuerza. Is this correct? Thanks so much for your help. Harriet
Help with Spanish sentence.
Also, if you go with the original, drop the "i". es el señor not senIor. entonces: el señor es mi ....
Thanks so much for your help. God bless you! Harriet
I'd go with Harriot and use "Dios". If you wonder about the distinction, "Dios" is "god" and senor is "lord" as in " lord jesus etc...
Oh yeah, I'm in Scotland way up in the hills :--)
Thank you so very much for your help. This lettering is going in my kitchen and I wanted it to be correct. Thank you for your most excellent help. So, there is a difference between fuerza and fortaleza'? Thanks, Harriet
Thank you so much for your input. Don't worry about accents. Uppercase Living is lettering which is applied to a wall, glass, wood, anything that is smooth. You can pick your own font and font size in a variety of colors. You buy this through a distributor. I am going to a party
(you know like Tupperware) party today to order my lettering and wanted to make sure I got it right. So, I should say "Dios is mi esperanza y fuerza" right? I am in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Where are you writing from? Thanks again and God bless you. Harriet
Sorry. Haven't worked out the keyboard yet. I mean how to make my UK keyboard to do the accents. Put that down to a languid approach :--)
And don't forget the tilde señor
My personal preference is Dios, no question who that is.
God is my hope and strength - Dios es mi esperanza y fortaleza.
Well, I don't know, but other answeres say it is correct,I am just wondering if God would be translated as El Senior''!!