Disastrous Salvation Ink hebrew tattoo
This Hebrew Tattoo is pretty fresh, just came across it last week. The victim was going for a biblical reference “God of my Salvation”, straight from Isaiah 12:2.
This is not the end of it, though. The letter Tav in Yshuati was somehow switched for a He. The letter Vav (the U sound) looks almost like a Resh. It’s all a big mess.
Now why this Hebrew tattoo went wrong, I have no idea. It’s a biblical verse, for god’s sake! You can find correct references very easily.
This is how “God of my Salvation” is originally written in Isaiah 12:2:
What does the Bible say about tattoos, ink, or markings on the body? One very controversial topic that often comes up among Christians is whether or not they should get tattoos or ink on their body. Should Christians get tattoos? Would it be a sin for Christians to get tattoos? Some Christians consider getting tattoos of scriptures, tattoos of Jesus, a cross, or other religious body markings. Is this appropriate behavior? What does the Bible say about tattoos?
First,Disastrous Salvation Ink it is worthwhile to note that many wonderful and faithful Christians today may have gotten a tattoo at some point in their past (most likely before they became Christians). There are Godly people in my church with tattoos that they received before they knew Christ. My wife’s grandfather has a tattoo, and he is a Christian. Some pastors may even have tattoos, deacons may have tattoos, and just about any Christian could potentially have a tattoo before they came to Christ. In my teenage days, even I considered a tattoo at one point (I never followed through, however).