In scripture, Prophetic Years of 360 days instead of normal years of 365 days has been interpreted as being equal to prophetic months of 30 days or years.
Why do we say thank God?
Thank God is used when we are really thankful and happy for something, especially when we are relieved because something very bad could have happened, but it didn’t happen. … You can say, “Thank God you arrived safely.”, or “Thank goodness you arrived safely.” to express that great relief.
Why it is wrong to say thanks God?
When you say “thanks God” you are directly telling god Thank you, whereas “thank god” can be used as in saying “I thank god” or directly Implying to thank god. It can be tricky but if you want a simple answer they’re both correct. If God has answered your prayers, it would be Thanks, God.
Is thank God sacrilegious?
Either is acceptable; some will say that “thank goodness” sounds a bit too sugary or childish or old-fashioned. Others will find “thank God” objectionable because it could be construed as “taking God’s name in vain,” i.e. invoking God in a sacrilegious or disrespectful manner.
What is thanks be to God?
Used to express great gratitude (for someone or something) or relief (that something did or didn’t happen). Thanks be to God for the incredible first responders who saved so many lives during the storm.
Is saying OMG blasphemy?
“If you say something like ‘Oh my God,’ then you’re using His name in vain, but if you’re saying something like OMG it’s not really using the Lord’s name in vain because you’re not saying ‘Oh my God. ‘ It’s more like ‘Wow.