|Be firm day after day, you performers of the Service!||nichinichi ni Tsutome no ninjū shika to seyo||にち／＼に つとめのにんぢう しかとせよ|
|Calm your minds and learn the hand movements quickly.||kokoro shizumete hayaku te o tsuke||心しづめて はやくてをつけ|
Alternate English translations
Determine your minds day after day, you the members of the Service! You must learn the hand-gestures quickly, keeping your minds calm.
Let the Service celebrants take heart daily. Calm your minds and quickly learn the hand-movements.
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Translator(s): Roy Forbes
4:92 Those of you who are Service performers, be steady each day! Calm your minds and quickly learn the hand movements of the Joyous Service!
Commentary by Yoshitaro Ueda (2009)
From Michi no dai: Foundation of the Path 34:59
God asks the Service performers, those entrusted with the Service, to “be firm.” God also instructs them to “calm [their] minds and learn the hand movements quickly.” The word “te” in the original means “hand movements” in this instance, too. God desires people to quickly learn the hand movements for the Service. The responsibility of those who perform the Service is extremely weighty since the Service is the all-important “path of salvation for the entire world.”
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