The meaning of this engraving on the tombstone

@alberello75 (17136)
Genova, Italy
February 6, 2017 1:02pm CST
Last Friday me and my mom we went to the cemetery to visit our dear deceased. On this sad recurrence when we were going out, my eyes fell on a tombstone that on the back reported this long phrase that now I will translate for you all. Jehovah declares: Is: 26:19 Your dead will live one of my corpse will rise wake up and scream out joyfully you who reside in the dust, as your dew is like that of mallows and the earth itself will fall in the birth even the powerless in death. I leave you to understand its meaning although I later realized that I had made a mistake. I should go in front of the headstone to see who there was buried. Picture: taken by cell phone
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@amadeo (63936)
• United States
6 Feb 17
very interesting there.Never saw anything like this.Thank you for sharing
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
6 Feb 17
It may be interesting what I have posted. However, go to the cemetery, it is not a happy recurrence.
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@sabtraversa (12984)
• Italy
6 Feb 17
The relatives of this person must have spent a lot of money for that tombstone. I think it isn't as religious as it seems, it sounds very earthy. Corpses will be food for new creatures, that's all I read.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
6 Feb 17
But perhaps this person could be a "Jehovah's Witness"? The next time that I'll return there, I want to see who is that, at least if a man or woman.
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@sabtraversa (12984)
• Italy
6 Feb 17
@alberello75 I'm pretty sure he/she was a Jehovah's Witness. I can't understand why Jehovah was mentioned otherwise. It's the only religion that calls its God with that name, I think.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
6 Feb 17
@sabtraversa Nevertheless, regardless of the Religion that a person professes, it is right for everyone, at the end of life, to have a decent burial.
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• United States
23 May 17
What language is that in ?
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
23 May 17
Italiano
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• United States
24 May 17
@alberello75 ah not one of the easier languages to learn, but thank you for clarifying was not sure
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
24 May 17
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@averygirl72 (16655)
• Philippines
11 Feb 17
It's a bible verse. It's good to have bible verse in your tombstone
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
11 Feb 17
I should point out that this is not my tombstone, no owner of my family! It is only one, in the cemetery of my city, that I casually have photographed
@averygirl72 (16655)
• Philippines
11 Feb 17
@alberello75 I mean it's good to have for anybody to have bible verse in tombstone. I don't mean you.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
11 Feb 17
@averygirl72 Well, if you do not understand me (that actually is hard!) at least, try to understand the engraving on the tombstone. You are right
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@LeaPea2417 (19820)
• Toccoa, Georgia
10 Feb 17
That is a very interesting tombstone.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
10 Feb 17
Important is the meaning of what is written, I have translated for you, what do you deduce?
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@LeaPea2417 (19820)
• Toccoa, Georgia
10 Feb 17
@alberello75 It tells me that there is an afterlife. That God exists.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
10 Feb 17
@LeaPea2417 Yes, also I think the same thing
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@just4him (113098)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
9 Feb 17
It's an encouraging verse.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
9 Feb 17
Although I believe the buried there was a "Jehovah's Witness", I tried on the Holy Bible, that writing of "Isaiah." I have to say that I found something practically equal.
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@just4him (113098)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
12 Feb 17
@alberello75 Why would you believe a Jehovah's Witness is buried there? Many verses in the Bible have Jehovah in them. It was common in the Old Testament to refer to God as Jehovah.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
12 Feb 17
@just4him I thank you for this information. I did not know. I see that in this field, you are more expert than me
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@Tampa_girl7 (25387)
• United States
28 Mar 17
I've never seen this on a tombstone before.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
28 Mar 17
If for what, also for me it is the first time
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@jstory07 (66068)
• Roseburg, Oregon
8 Feb 17
I like what this says thanks for sharing.
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
8 Feb 17
I did not want to be certain macabre ... On the Holy Bible, I sought these phrases effectively many sentences are definitely similar to this engraving
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@bunnybon7 (35893)
• Holiday, Florida
7 Feb 17
maybe you will get back and see who wrote it. that is wanted it there. interesting . here there are actually some that have photos implanted in them so you can see who was put there
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
7 Feb 17
As I wrote in the post, I did not see who is buried there. There will however be one other time where I'll go to see.
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@Daljinder (21199)
• India
6 Feb 17
Kindly explain it's meaning before I conjure up a nightmare for when I sleep
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@alberello75 (17136)
• Genova, Italy
6 Feb 17
Oh up, you do not believe you to some macabre tales? If to them was allowed to write this sentence, I do not think this is something blasphemous. At least I express a concept on my part.
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@zebra2222 (5144)
• United States
11 Feb 17
Very unusual headstone.