The Latin phrase "Deo Juvante" translated into modern
English means: "With God's Help."
of this site wanted to put the reason for the prosperity in its place
and let the world know that this site is what it is deo juvante.
Other Latin phrases include:
"Deo favente" in English means "With the
favor of God," which I pray I'm in.
"Deo duce" in English means "With God
for a leader," who I choose to follow.
"Deo adjuvante, non timendum" in English
means "With the help of God, there is nothing to fear," a truth I hold
as often as I can remember.
"Deo gratias" in English means "Thanks
be to God," A statement in which I agree.
"Deo, non fortuna" in English means "From
God, not from chance," part of a daily reality check.
"Dominus vobiscum" in English means "The
Lord be with you," which is my prayer for you.