i am wanted to get my mom a piece of wall art the says “God willing” for Christmas. She would be the one that I would ask about punctuation so I am a bit nervous about placing my order.  Can anyone help me please? Ive been looking online and I see 

God willing...

God willing?

”God willing”

“God willing?”

God Willing.

 

 

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Hello, Leticia, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange.

Leticia Salinas posted:

i am wanted to get my mom a piece of wall art the says “God willing” for Christmas. She would be the one that I would ask about punctuation so I am a bit nervous about placing my order. 

 

"God willing" is not a sentence. What is featured in the wall art?

Incidentally, *"I am wanted to . . ." is an incorrect use of the passive voice.

You can say "Someone wants me to . . ." or "People have asked me to . . ."

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