The Serenity Prayer Hebrew Poster (“My God, grant me the serenity to accept the things…”)

V.1, ECO

The Serenity Prayer My God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”
(written by the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971))

Although not from the Word of God, a beautiful and encouraging prayer now available in Hebrew with complete transliteration and translation into English! The Serenity Prayer Hebrew Poster, provide an easy way for learning this well-known, encouraging and uplifting prayer in the Hebrew language. You will be able to see, say and understand each word of the Serenity Prayer in Hebrew, without having to learn the Hebrew language. Available on a beautiful ready-to-frame Hebrew print.

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  • Complete transliteration and translation into English.
  • Ready to frame.
  • The “©” watermark is for online viewing only, and does not show on actual print!
  • See the “Additional Information” section for print info.
  • For personal use only! All Rights Reserved!

Reading/Pronunciation Instructions:
Hebrew is read from RIGHT-to-LEFT (English text is left-to-right, word-by-word, starting at the RIGHT).
Syllables are separated with a forward slash “/”.
Accents are CAPITALIZED.
“kh” stands for the guttural sound like when clearing out your throat.
For complete instructions, click here.

Learn the Serenity Prayer in Hebrew with step-by-step video instructions (best viewed in full screen)

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 oz
Dimensions N/A
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