De nada, Galván.Gracias, jilar.
Tienes toda la razón Jilar, gracias nuevamente.De nada, Galván.
Lo mismo que si tu frase fuese:
Me encomiendo a ti, Señor.
Necesitas poner una coma antes de mencionar a quien te diriges.
Se trata del vocativo.
La coma cuando nos dirigimos a alguien o precisamos de quién se trata
I'm very familiar with religious language, and I've never heard either "commend" or "entrust" in this kind of prayer. They may be more common among other denominations (I grew up Evangelical).Me encomiendo a ti señor y pongo mi vida en tus manos el día de mi cirugía
It's everywhere you l👀k....into Your hands I commend myself, my body and soul, and all things. Let Your holy angel be with me, that the wicked foe may have no power over me. Amen.
“Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.” (Lk 23:46) That was our Master’s, our Beloved’s last prayer. May it be ours. And may it not only be the prayer of our last moment, but that of all our moments: “Father, I place myself into your hands; Father, I entrust myself to you; Father, I abandon myself to you. Father, do with me as pleases you; whatever you do with me, I thank you. Thank you for everything. I am ready for everything, I accept everything, I thank you for everything so long as your will is done in me, my God, so long as your will is done in all your creatures, in all your children, in all whom your heart loves. I want nothing else, my God. Into your hands I commend my soul, I give it to you, my God, with all the love of my heart, because I love you, and because in my love I need to give myself, to place myself into your hands beyond all measure. I place myself into your hands with infinite trust, because you are my Father.”
"Wisdom of the Heart"