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"Let what is to be found in the glory of God be found" is an English equivalent of the Latin phrase Quod est inveniendum ad glorium Dei sit inveniendium. Correct Latin structure tends to follow a subject, object, verb order in terms of a sentence's word order. The phrase therefore translates by word order into English as "What is to be found to the glory of God let (it) be found."

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Q: What is 'Quod est inveniendum ad glorium Dei sit inveniendium' when translated from Latin to English?
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