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hachayim sheli shayyach leyeshu (החיים שלי שייך לישו)

Note: the above is a translation for "My life belongs to Jesus". If you specifically wish to use the term "Anointed One" i.e. Christ, replace "leyeshu" with "lamashiyakh". Note, though, that many Hebrew speakers will not make the connection between Mashiyakh and Christ as Hebrew speakers typically use the name Jesus.

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A female says: ani mishtayekhet leyeshu (אני משתייכת לישו)

A male says: ani mishtayekh leyeshu (אני משתייך לישו)

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a male says: ani shayakh lashem (אני שייך לה׳)

a female says: ani shayekhet lashem (אני שייכת לה׳)

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There is no Hebrew word for "belong" or anything similar. You could say Jesus is my master" yeshu hu ba'ali (ישו הוא בעלי), but that also means "Jesus is my husband."

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beshem yeshu (בשם ישו)

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