|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
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.
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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.
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