Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Getting this either on my wrist or ribs.

Chesed (or khesed) is the Hebrew word for loving kindness, God's steadfast and unwavering love. Love the script

Tattoo I plan on getting. It says "I was forgiven" in Hebrew.

Tattoo I plan on getting. It says "I was forgiven" in Hebrew. ( or so I am told)

It's the word 'Yahweh' written in the original Hebrew. Yahweh was considered the most sacred name of god in the Old Testament, only the high priests knew how to even pronounce the word. It was so sacred because it's not a word to describe God, it's His actual name. And now the name of my creator is written on His creation, like a signature. I got this done by Jim O'Rourke at Gen X Tattoos in Willoughby, Ohio on May 15, 2013

It's the word 'Yahweh' written in the original Hebrew. Yahweh was considered the most sacred name of God in the Old Testament, only the high priests knew how to even pronounce the word.

"daughter of the king" in hebrew. 2 corinthians 6:18...love this! next possible tat. KELSEY WOOD THIS IS SO YOU

If I ever got a tattoo this would be it. Hebrew for "daughter of the king" I would put it on the inside of my wrist.

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