Iri ụbọchị anọ, ehihie na abalị, Jisọs nọrọ na-erighị nri ọ bụla. Agụụ gụrụ ya nke ukwuu.
For four days and nights, Jesus ate no food. He was very hungry.
“Ndị agụụ ezi omume na-agụ bụkwa ndị a gọzịrị agọzi, nꞌihi na afọ ga-eju ha.
“Blessed are those who hunger for righteousness, for they will be satisfied.
“Banyere ibu ọnụ: mgbe unu na-ebu ọnụ, unu adịkwala ka ndị na-anwụ anwụ, ma ọ bụ dị ka ndị agụụ na-achọ ịgụgbu. Nke a bụ ihe ndị ihu abụọ na-eme. Ha na-eme ka ihu ha zipụta na ha na-ebu ọnụ. Ka e site na nke a nwee ọmiko nꞌebe ha nọ. Nꞌezie, ọmiko ahụ ndị mmadụ nwere nꞌebe ha nọ bụ ụgwọ ọrụ ha.
“As for fasting, when you fast, do not be like the dead, or the hungry. This is what hypocrites do. They make their faces appear to be fasting. May this be a pity to them. Of course, the compassion that people have for them is really a reward.
Mgbe oge ahụ gafesịrị, ọ dịghị anya Jisọs na ndị na-eso ụzọ ya iri na abụọ sitere nꞌubi a kụrụ ọka na-agafe nꞌụbọchị izuike. Ebe ọ bụ na agụụ na-agụ ndị na-eso ụzọ ya, ha ghọọrọ ụfọdụ ọka taa.
Not long after that, Jesus and his 12 disciples went out through the fields on a Sabbath. Because his disciples were hungry, they became wheat today.
Ma Jisọs zara ha sị, “Ọ̀ bụ na unu agụtabeghị ihe akwụkwọ nsọ gwara anyị na eze Devidi na ndị enyi ya mere mgbe agụụ gụrụ ha?
But Jesus answered them, “Haven't you read what the Scriptures tell us that King David and his friends did when they were hungry?
Nꞌụtụtụ echi ya, mgbe Jisọs si Betani na-alaghachi Jerusalem, agụụ gụrụ ya nke ukwuu.
The next morning, when Jesus returned from Bethany to Jerusalem, he was hungry.