Ofudesaki 12:095–6

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Author: Miki Nakayama
Date Published: 1998
Pages: 486 (English ed.)

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Ofudesaki 12:095–6 is a set of verses from the Ofudesaki. The English translation below is the sixth edition translation.


What do you think this salvation is? kono tasuke dōyū koto ni omou kana このたすけ どふゆう事に をもうかな
It is My assurance of your freedom from smallpox. hōso senyo ni tashika ukeyau ほふそせんよに たしかうけやう
Another salvation I desire to teach: mata tasuke ryūke ichiretsu doko made mo またゝすけ りうけ一れつ どこまでも
an equally abundant harvest everywhere at all times. itsumo hōsaku oshietai kara いつもほふさく をしゑたいから

Alternate English translations

Third Edition

What do you think this saving grace is? I surely assure you freedom from smallpox.

One more salvation which I deisre to teach you is that which assures you a rich harvest of all kinds of crops throughout the world and every time.


What do you think these salvation really are? Among them, one is a guaranteed protection against smallpox.

One other salvation that I desire to teach is how to always produce an abundant harvest of all crops.


Ofudesaki chushaku

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Translator(s): Roy Forbes

12:95, 96 If you are to ask what this manifold forms of salvation is, I first will take charge so that you will not succumb to smallpox. Further, I wish to teach you the means to allow all the agricultural crops in all places to always reap a rich harvest.

『おふでさき註釈』、p. 188


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