Lee ugbu a, mma iwe Chineke adịla nꞌukwu osisi ọ bụla nke na-adịghị amị mkpụrụ ọma. A ga-egbutukwa ya, kpọọ ya ọkụ.
Look, now the sword of the wrath is on every tree that does not bear good fruit. It will also be cut down and burned.
Jisọs jegharịrị nꞌobodo Galili nile na-ezi ihe nꞌọgbakọ ndị Juu nile. Ọ na-ekwusa ozi ọma nke alaeze eluigwe nꞌebe ọ bụla ọ gara. Ọ gwọkwara ọrịa dị iche iche.
And Jesus went about all the cities of Galilee, teaching in all the Jews. He preached the good news of the kingdom of heaven wherever he went. He also cured many diseases.
Ya mere, unu ezokwala ìhè unu. Kwerenụ ka ìhè unu nwuore mmadụ nile, ka ndị mmadụ hụ ọrụ ọma unu, tookwa Nna unu bi nꞌeluigwe.
Therefore, do not hide your light from it. Let your light shine before men, that men may see your good works, and praise your Father in heaven.
Nke a ga-eme ka unu bụrụ ụmụ nke nna unu bi nꞌeluigwe, onye na-eme ka anwụ mụọra ndị ọma na ndị ọjọọ, na-emekwa ka mmiri zooro ndị ezi omume na ndị ajọ omume.
You will then become sons of your heavenly Father, who makes the sun give birth to the good and the bad, and he will send rain upon the righteous and the wicked.
“Unu arụla ọrụ ọma unu nꞌebe ndị mmadụ ga-ahụ unu malite ito unu. Nꞌihi na unu mee nke a, unu agaghị enweta ụgwọ ọrụ ọ bụla site nꞌaka Nna unu bi nꞌeluigwe.
“Don't do good works in the sight of others when they see you. Because you do this, you will receive no reward from your Father in heaven.
Osisi na-amụ mkpụrụ ọma adịghị amị mkpụrụ ọjọọ. Nke na-amị mkpụrụ ọjọọ adịkwaghị amị mkpụrụ ọma.
A tree that bears good fruit does not bear bad fruit. The one who bears bad fruit no longer bears good fruit.
Ma osisi ọ bụla na-amịghị mkpụrụ ọma ka ga-egbutu tụnye nꞌọkụ.
But every tree that does not bear good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.
Ụzọ e si amata osisi ọma ma ọ bụ mmadụ ọma bụ site na mkpụrụ ya.
The way to recognize a good tree or a good person is through its fruit.
Nꞌụbọchị ikpe ahụ, ọtụtụ ndị mmadụ ga-asị m, ‘Onyenwe anyị, Onyenwe anyị, anyị kwusara ozi ọma nꞌaha gị. Ọ bụkwa aha gị ka anyị ji chụpụ mmụọ ọjọọ, meekwa ọtụtụ ihe ịrịba ama.’
On that day of judgment many will say to me, 'Lord, Lord, we have preached the good news in your name.' And in thy name have we cast out devils, and do many signs.
Jisọs jegharịrị nꞌobodo nile dị nꞌebe ahụ, ndị ukwu na ndị nta, na-ezi ihe nꞌụlọ ekpere ndị Juu. Ọ na-ekwusakwa ozi ọma nke alaeze ahụ. Ebe ọ bụla ọ gara, ọ gwọrọ ụdị ọrịa dị iche iche ndị mmadụ na-arịa.
Jesus went around the cities, large and small, teaching in the Jewish house of prayer. He is also preaching the good news of the kingdom. Wherever he went, he cured many kinds of ailments.
Ọ gwara ndị na-eso ụzọ ya okwu sị ha, “Lee na mkpụrụ obi a ga-eritere Chineke nꞌuru dị ukwuu. Ma ndị ga-ezisa ozi ọma bụ nanị mmadụ ole na ole.
He spoke to his disciples, saying: “See how much this soul has to bear. But the good news is only a few.
Gwanụ ya na a na-eme ka ndị ìsì hụ ụzọ, ka ndị ngwụrọ gaa ije. A na-emekwa ka ahụ dị ndị ekpenta ọcha. Ndị ogbi na-anụ ihe, kwuokwa okwu ndị nwụrụ anwụ ka a na-akpọte. Gwakwanụ Jọn ihe banyere ozi ọma a na-ezisara ndị ogbenye.
Tell him that the blind are made to see, and the lame to walk. The lepers were also made well. The deaf hear and the dead speak. Tell John the good news of the good news to the poor.
Ma Nwa nke mmadụ bịara soro ndị mmadụ na-eri nri, na-anụkwa ihe ọṅụṅụ, ma gịnị ka unu na-ekwu banyere m? ‘Lee onye na-eri oke nri, na onye oke aṅụmaṅụ abịala!’ Unu na-akpọkwa m enyi ndị ọnaụtụ, na enyi ndị mmehie. Otu ọ dị, e sitela nꞌọrụ ọma a rụpụtara gosi na ụzọ ọ bụla Chineke si arụ ọrụ ya ziri ezi.”
The Son of man did come eating and drinking with men, but what are YOU saying about me? 'Look, a glutton, and a drunkard!' You also call me friends of tax collectors, and friends of sinners. Nevertheless, the result of God's good work has been proven to be effective. ”
Mmadụ ọ̀ dịghị mkpa karịa atụrụ? Ya mere, ọ dị mma ịrụ ọrụ ọma nꞌụbọchị izuike.”
Is it not more important than a sheep? Therefore it is good to do good on the Sabbath. ”
“Osisi ọma na-amị mkpụrụ ọma. Osisi ọjọọ na-amị mkpụrụ ọjọọ. A na-amata osisi ọ bụla site na mkpụrụ ọ na-amịpụta.
“A good tree produces fine fruit. A bad tree bears bad fruit. Each plant is distinguished by the fruit it produces.
Ụmụ ajụala, olee otu ndị dị njọ dị ka unu ga-esi kwuo okwu ọma? Nꞌihi na ihe mmadụ kwuru bụ ihe si ya nꞌobi pụta.
Dear children, how bad are you as you say goodbye? For what a man says is what comes out of his mouth.
Mkpụrụ nke dara nꞌala nkume nkume nọchiri anya obi mmadụ onye nụrụ ozi ọma ahụ, jirikwa oke ọṅụ nabata ya.
The seed falling on rocky ground represents the heart of a person who hears the good news and receives it with great joy.
Mkpụrụ nke dara nꞌala ahụ ogwu ogwu dị nọchiri anya obi mmadụ onye nụrụ ozi ọma ahụ, ma ọchịchọ nke ụwa a, ya na itinye obi nꞌakụ nke ụwa, kpagidere okwu dị nꞌime ya, mee ka ọ hapụ ịmị mkpụrụ.
The seed that falls on the thorns represents the heart of a person who hears the good news, but the desires of this world, coupled with the worldly spirit, interfere with the words in it, causing it to cease bearing fruit.
Ma mkpụrụ dara nꞌala ọma ahụ nọchiri anya obi mmadụ onye gere ntị nꞌozi ọma ahụ, ghọtakwa ya. Ọ na-apụ kpọta iri mmadụ anọ, ma ọ bụ iri mmadụ isii, ma ọ bụ narị mmadụ, ndị a ga-eme ka ha baa nꞌalaeze ahụ.”
But the good seed represents the heart of a person who listens to the message and understands it. And he went away, and fetch forty, or sixty, or hundred men, that are to go into the kingdom.