How do you write God bless?

Which is correct God bless or God bless?

@santhony God bless is a common reply to someone sneezing. God blessed is just a different tense and not commonly used.

Is God Bless correct?

God bless you (variants include God bless or bless you) is a common English expression generally used to wish a person blessings in various situations, especially as a response to a sneeze, and also, when parting or writing a valediction.

How do you write God bless us all?

Noddy and me agreed to that, and he was right, and here you are, and the horses is in, and the story is done, and God bless you my Beauty, and God bless us all!’ May God bless us all and our homeland Ghana, and make her great and strong.


Acronym Definition
GBUA God Bless Us All

Can I say may God bless you?

In English-speaking countries, the common verbal response to another person’s sneeze is “God bless you”, or, less commonly in the United States and Canada, “Gesundheit”, the German word for health (and the response to sneezing in German-speaking countries). No one would say “May God bless you.” after a sneeze.

What is another way to say bless you?

What is another word for bless you?

thanks thank you
much appreciated cheers
thank you kindly many thanks
much obliged thanks very much
nice one thanks a million

What do you say for blessings?

Blessed Morning Quotes

  • “An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.” – …
  • “Every day is a blessing.” – …
  • “Just to be is a blessing. …
  • “Nourish beginnings, let us nourish beginnings. …
  • “You are a blessing to my mornings.” –

Is God bless you capitalized?

Is God Bless capitalized? “GOD bless” is correct. Because, GOD and bless are separate words. So, they should be written separately.

What is the meaning of God bless you?

God bless (you)!

said when saying goodbye to someone, to say that you hope good things will happen to them : Good night everyone, and God bless. said when someone sneezes, to say that you hope they have good health: “Achoo!” “God bless you.”