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Religion in Africa The Lord's Prayer Translated into Arabic Swahili Hausa and Amharic

Religion in Africa The Lord's Prayer Translated into Arabic Swahili Hausa and Amharic
The Lord's Prayer ✝ in Africa

Nineteen African countries have a more than 80% Christian population, Angola, Botswana, Cape Verde, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, ESwatini, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Lesotho, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Seychelles, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Fourteen African countries have a less than 10% Christian population, Algeria, Egypt, Djibouti, Guinea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, The Gambia, and Tunisia.

Besides Christianity, Islam is the other major religion in Africa as well as traditional beliefs and Voodoo. Around 47% of the total population of Africa is Muslim accounting for 25% of the world's Muslim population.

Religion in Africa The Lord's Prayer translated into the five most popular African languages


Happy in Africa

The Lord's Prayer translated into the five most popular African languages to calm your restless spirit when you are having a bad day. The Lord's Prayer is brilliant in its simplicity.

Just as it is on every continent, there is passion and tension about religious life. There are thousands of languages spoken in Africa over 2,000 in fact. The top 5 most spoken languages in Africa in order are; Arabic, Kiswahili (Swahili), Hausa, English, and Amharic.

Africans among world's most religious people, below is Matthew 6:9-14 The Lord's Prayer in Arabic, Kiswahili (Swahili), Hausa, English, and Amharic.

The Lord's Prayer in Arabic ✝

'abina fi alsama'i, hla yakun asmuka, mumlaktuk tatii, sayatimu alqiam bika, ealaa al'ard kama hu alhal fi alsama'a. aetana khabazana alyawmia alyawma. wayaghfir lana duyuwnana, kama ghafarna madinina. wayaquduna la 'iilaa 'iighra'in, walakun yuslimuna min alsharr.

The Lord's Prayer in Swahili ✝

Baba yetu mbinguni, jina lako liwe takatifu, ufalme wako uje, mapenzi yako yatimizwe, duniani kama ilivyo mbinguni. Tupe leo mkate wetu wa kila siku. Na kutusamehe madeni yetu, kama sisi pia tumesamehe wadeni wetu. Na usiingie katika majaribu, bali utuokoe kutoka kwa mwovu.

The Lord's Prayer in Hausa ✝

Ubanmu wanda ke Sama, tsarki ya tabbata ga sunanka, Mulkinka yă zo, yardarka a duniya kamar yadda yake cikin sama. Ka ba mu abinci yau da kullum. Kuma Ka gãfarta mana basusukanmu, kamar yadda muka gafarta wa masu bashin mu. Kuma kada ku fitine mu cikin fitina, sai ku tsĩrar da mu daga mũnanãwa.

The Lord's Prayer in English ✝

Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.

The Lord's Prayer in Amharic ✝

besemayati yemitinori ābatachini hoyi, simihi yik’edesi, menigišitihi timit’a; fek’adihi besemayi inide honechi inidīhu bemidiri tihuni. ye‘ileti inijerachinini zarē sit’eni. inyami degimo yebedelunini yik’iri inideminili bedelachinini yik’iri beleni. kekifumi ādineni inijī wede fetena ātagibani; menigišiti yanite natina ḫayilimi kibirimi lezele‘alemu; āmēni.


Amen, Amiyn, Amina, Amin, āmēni ✝










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