How do you say my god and my all in latin?
Meus Deus et Omnia
One Latin equivalent of 'Go with God' is I cum Deo. In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'i' is an imperative verb meaning '[you] go'. The preposition 'cum' means 'with'. The noun 'Deo' means 'God'. Another Latin equivalent is Ite cum Deo. In this case, the verb is in the second person plural instead of the second person singular. The translation therefore is 'you all', in regard to more than one listener.
The Latin equivalent of 'God bless' is Deus benedicat. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'Deus' means 'God'. The verb 'benedicat' means '[he/she/it] blesses, does bless, is blessing'. In the phrase 'God bless you', the word 'vos' ['you'] is placed between the subject and the verb: 'Deus vos benedicat'.