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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Is it correct say: Jezi, ou renmen pouvwa pou chase tout pè. ?

This sentence is grammatically correct, but I think you meant to write:

Jezi, ou genyen pouvwa pou chase tout laperèz.
Jesu, you have the power to chase away all fear.
instead of:
Jezi, ou renmen pouvwa pou chase tout pè. 
Jesus, you love the power to chase all fear.

As far as the last word in your snetence, "", is concerned;  you would want to avoid confusion.  "" could mean "peace" or "fear".  So, use laperèz or enkyetid if you mean to say FEAR.  And use lapè, trankilite, or kè poze if you mean to say PEACE.

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