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Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by amor4ce(m): 3:38am On Apr 10, 2011
When Christians pray in Yoruba, it is usually ended with Amin. However, that word is not originally Yoruba but there is a word that has been in use for ages, Ase. I am not sure of the meaning but if Ase is a direct translation of Amen I wonder why the former is avoided. Would prayers lose their potency? Any ideas?
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Nobody: 8:05am On Apr 10, 2011
you need Jesus o.
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Amujale(m): 1:57pm On Apr 10, 2011
Hmm! actualy you need Orunmila imho
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Nobody: 7:28pm On Apr 10, 2011
^^did orunmila tell you to fixate on what christians do in their churches?

your soul is crying out for Jesus hence your obssession with all things christian.
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Amujale(m): 7:37pm On Apr 10, 2011
Hmm! fixate!? expand i dont get it.
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Joagbaje(m): 8:37pm On Apr 10, 2011
You can use Àsé for Amen. Na the same. grin

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Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by amor4ce(m): 11:07pm On Apr 10, 2011
I know I need Yeshua (not Jesus) and can testify of HIS goodness in my life. I want to be thorough in worshipping my Maker. But really, is Ase an evil word?
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Nobody: 5:30am On Apr 11, 2011
has anyone on this thread said it is?
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Nobody: 5:33am On Apr 11, 2011
[i]Ase [/i]is usually for traditional yoruba religion. . .  means "it shall happen". [i]Amin [/i]was employed for Christianity use.

You ca use both.

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Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by amor4ce(m): 11:06pm On Apr 11, 2011
No one said it is. In order to let sleeping dogs lie, I'll try not to shout Ase in church. But if somebody else does so I'll like to know what the experience and reaction was like.
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Sweetnecta: 11:41pm On Apr 11, 2011
@Ileke Idi; « #8 on: Today at 05:33:18 AM »
[Quote]Ase is usually for traditional yoruba religion. . . means "it shall happen". Amin was employed for Christianity use.

You ca use both.[/Quote]Ase, Aribe, Amin, Olorun aagba, etc are used by yoruba muslims. Limiting the Ase or Amin to others without extending it to the muslims is simply because you do not know anything about the truth of Islam.
Re: Amen - What About Ase Instead Of Amin by Nobody: 4:03am On Apr 12, 2011
Sweetnecta:

@Ileke Idi; « #8 on: Today at 05:33:18 AM »Ase, Aribe, Amin, Olorun aagba, etc are used by yoruba muslims. Limiting the Ase or Amin to others without extending it to the muslims is simply because you do not know anything about the truth of Islam.


[i]Ase [/i]is a muslim phrase? Since when?

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