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Hi,

Please correct these.

1.May your new year be a blessed one, filled with joy of simplicity and sharing. -- should I say "joys of simplicity and sharing"? Can the word 'joy' as uncountable be able to accommodate two nouns that come after?
2. May your family be blessed in many ways and in many more ways and may your laughter not be ceased in your household.
3. May Him grant you good health and material well-being as not to lack in any way to carry out the work of your Father in heaven.
4. May your tomorrows always be in the sunrise and never in the sunset -- never to see gloomy days again.
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1.May your new year be a blessed one, filled with the joys/joy of simplicity and sharing. --

2. May your family be blessed in many ways and in many more ways and may your laughter not cease in your household.

3. May Him grant you good health and material well-being so as not to want in any way to carry out the work of your Father in heaven.
want=lack
here

4. May your tomorrows always be in the sunrise and never in the sunset -- never to see gloomy days again.
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Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Marius Hancu3. May Him grant you good health and material well-being so as not to want in any way to carry out the work of your Father in heaven.
Just to confirm: May He grant you ... OR May Him grant you...?
Thank you, Marius, for giving me a joy of knowing with your revision.