Da peopo dat donno wat fo do, jalike dey stay walk aroun inside one dark place, dey goin know wat fo do, cuz jalike dey see one big light. Da peopo dat live inside da place wea erybody stay scared dey goin mahke, da light stay come dea awready. Isaiah 9:2 Hawaii Pidgin (Da Befo Jesus Book) The people walking in darkness have seen a great light: on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned. Is 9:2 English Pray with us that Ryo Stanwood, a native born Hawaiian whose mother tongue is Hawaii Pidgin, who has doctorate in linguistics, will soon be fully supported to help in completing the Old Testament translation. Roughly half of Hawaii’s 1.2 million people speak Hawaii Pidgin. The New Testament “Da Jesus Book” is already completed. The Old Testament will be called: “Da Befo Jesus Book”.