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áhụ̀

Also:áfụ̀,ánwà
Translates to
thatdeterminer
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àhụ́body, health
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Akwụkwọ ozi ọma anọ malitere Tesitamenti Ọhụrụ kọrọ akụkọ otu Jisọs Kraịst si bie ndụ Ya nꞌụwa. Akwụkwọ anọ ndị a gosiri anyị ụzọ anọ ndị ozi Kraịst si hụ ma ghọta obibi ndụ Kraịst ahụ.

The four Gospels that start the New Testament tell the story of how Jesus Christ lived. These four books show four ways in which the apostles of Christ saw and understood the life of Christ.

Matiu, ọna ụtụ, bụ nwoke ahụ hapụrụ ọrụ ịna ụtụ ya soro Jisọs. Nꞌakwụkwọ nke ya o gosiri anyị na Jisọs bụ Onye nzọpụta ụwa, onye ndị amụma Chineke gbara ama na ọ ga-abịa ọtụtụ afọ gara aga.

Matthew, a tax collector, was the man who left his tax duties to follow Jesus. In his book he shows us that Jesus is the Savior of the world, whom God's prophets warned would come many years ago.

Matiu bụ otu nꞌime ndị ikom iri na abụọ ahụ na-eso ụzọ Kraịst. Ihe o dere nꞌakwụkwọ a bụ ihe ndị ahụ ọ hụrụ anya, na nke o ji ntị ya nụrụ. Ọkpụrụkpụ okwu Matiu ji mere isi akụkọ dị nꞌakwụkwọ a bụ Alaeze Chineke, ya na ihe nile Jisọs Kraịst ziri banyere ya. Ihe Matiu bu nꞌobi mgbe o dere akwụkwọ a bụ igosi na Jisọs Kraịst bụ onye mezụrụ ihe nile e buru nꞌamụma nꞌAgba Ochie nke Baịbụlụ Nsọ.

Matthew was one of the twelve disciples of Christ. What he has written in this book is about the things he has seen and heard. Matthew's central theme in this book is the Kingdom of God, with all that Jesus Christ taught about it. Matthew's goal in writing this is to prove that Jesus Christ is the one who fulfilled all the Old Testament prophecies.

Ya mere, site nꞌEberaham ruo na Devidi e nwere ụgbọ iri na anọ. Ma site nꞌoge Devidi ruo mgbe e mere ka ha gaa biri nꞌala Babilọn, e nwere ọgbọ iri na anọ. Sitekwanụ nꞌoge ahụ ruo mgbe a mụrụ Jisọs bụkwa ọgbọ iri na anọ.

So, from Abraham to David there were fourteen ships. And from the time of David until the exile in Babylon, there are fourteen generations. And from that time until Jesus was born was also fourteen generations.

Herọd kpọrọ ndị isi nchụaja na ndị ozizi iwu jụọ ha sị, “Ebee ka ndị amụma kwuru na a ga-anọ mụọ Onye nzọpụta ahụ?”

Herod called the chief priests and the teachers of the law and asked them, "Where do the prophets say that the Savior will be born?"

Nꞌabalị ahụ, Josef mere ngwangwa kpọrọ Meri na nwantakịrị ahụ gbalaa Ijipti.

That night Joseph hurried to take Mary and the baby away to Egypt.

Iwe were Herọd nke ukwuu mgbe ọ chọpụtara na ndị amamihe ahụ alọghachighị kọọrọ ya ihe ha hụrụ. Nꞌihi ya o zipụrụ ndị agha ya ka ha gaa Betilehem na obodo nta ndị ọzọ gbara ha gburugburu, ka ha gbuo ụmụntakịrị nile nọ nꞌobodo ndị a, bụ ndị gbara site nꞌafọ abụọ rịda, nꞌihi na ndị amamihe ahụ gwara ya rị na ha hụrụ kpakpando ahụ afọ abụọ gara aga.

Herod was furious when he discovered that the wise men had not returned to him. So he sent his army to Bethlehem and other villages around them, to kill all the little children in these cities, who were shot down by two robes, because the wise men told him they had seen a star. saw two years ago.

Nꞌụzọ dị otu a, amụma ahụ Aịzaya buru mezuru. Amụma nke sị,

In this way, Isaiah's prophecy came true. The prophecy that says,

ndị nọ nꞌọchịchịrị ahụla ìhè dị ukwuu. Ndị nọ nꞌala ọnwụ ka ìhè ahụ nwukwasịrị.”

those who are in darkness have seen a great light. And the light is shining upon them that are about to die. ”

Site nꞌoge ahụ gaa nꞌihu Jisọs bidoro na-ekwusa na-asị, “Chegharịanụ, sitenụ na mmehie unu bịakwute Chineke, nꞌihi na alaeze eluigwe na-abịa nso.”

From that time onward Jesus began preaching and said, "Repent ye, and turn to God, for your kingdom is at hand."

Nꞌihi ya, ọ bụrụ na onye ọ bụla emebie iwu dịkarịsịrị nta, ma zikwa ndị ọzọ imebi ya, a ga-agụ onye ahụ nꞌọnye dịkarịsịrị nta nꞌalaeze eluigwe. Ma onye na-ezi mmadụ ka ha debe iwu ahụ, ma na-emekwa okwu Chineke nꞌonwe ya, a ga-akpọ ya onye dị ukwuu nꞌalaeze eluigwe.

Therefore, if anyone violates the lesser laws, and commands others to break them, that person will be counted in the least in the kingdom of heaven. But anyone who teaches someone to obey the law and keep God's word, he will be called great in the Kingdom of Heaven.

“Ọ bụrụ na ị gaa inye onyinye gị nꞌụlọ nsọ Chineke, ma i cheta nꞌebe ahụ na gị na nwanne gị adịghị nꞌudo,

“If you go to offer your gifts in the temple, and remember that you are not at peace with your brother,

Ma ana m asị unu, nwoke ọ bụla lere nwanyị ọ bụla anya nꞌụzọ na-adịghị mma, emeelarị mmehie ịkwa iko nꞌime obi ya megide nwanyị ahụ.

But I say unto you, That every one that looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.

Ma ana m asị unu alụsịla onye na-achọ imeru unu ahụ ọgụ. Kama ọ bụrụ na mmadụ akụọ gị aka nꞌotu nti, tụgharịara ya nti nke ọzọ.

But I say to you that you must not divorce the one who is trying to harm you. Instead, if someone hits you, turn to the other person.

“Mgbe ọ bụla unu chọrọ ikpe ekpere, unu emela dị ka ndị ịhụ abụọ, ndị na-ekpe ekpere nꞌakụkụ ụzọ na nꞌime ụlọ ekpere, ebe ndị mmadụ ga-ahụ ha nụkwa ekpere ha, kwuo na ha bụ ndị dị nsọ. Nꞌezie, otuto a bụ nanị ụgwọ ọrụ ha ga-anata.

“Whenever you want to pray, do not be like the two people who pray near the door and in the hall, where people will see them and hear their prayers and say that they are holy. Of course, this praise is their only reward.

“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.

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 nyere nwoke ahụ iwu sị ya, “Jekwuru onyeisi nchụaja, akọkwarala onye ọ bụla nꞌụzọ. Were onyinye gị mgbe ị na-aga dị ka e dere ya nꞌiwu Mosisi. Gaa ka onyeisi nchụaja lee gị ahụ, kwuokwara ọha na ị dịla ọcha.”

Jesus commanded the man, “Go to the chief priest, and tell no one on the way. Take your gifts along the way as stated in the Mosaic Law. Go see the chief priest, and tell the people that you are clean. ”

Dị ka ọchịagha nke m bụ, ọ bụrụ na m asị onye agha nọ nꞌokpuru m bịa, ọ na-abịa, nꞌihi na ọ nọ nꞌokpuru m. Ma i nwere ike karịrị nke a ịchụpụ ọrịa ahụ na-enye ohu m nsogbu.”

As a commander I am, if I say to the soldier who comes under me, he comes because he is under me. But you can do better than that by removing my disease. ”

Mgbe Jisọs ruru nꞌụlọ Pita, ọ chọpụtara na nne nwụnye Pita nwere ahụ ọkụ.

When Jesus arrived at Peter's house, he noticed that Peter's mother had a fever.

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ágụ̄leopard, cat
ájị́hair, fur
ájọ̄bad, evil

àhụ́

Also:àrụ́
Translates to
healthnoun
a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease
"physicians should be held responsible for the health of their patients"
bodynoun
the entire physical structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being)
"he felt as if his whole body were on fire"
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“Anya unu dị ka iheọkụ nke anụ ahụ unu. Ọ bụrụkwa na anya gị adịrị ọcha, obi gị ga-ejupụta nꞌìhè.

“Your eyes are as a piece of the body. And if your eyes are pure, your heart will be full of light.

Nꞌihi na o kwuolarị nꞌime obi ya sị, “Ọ bụrụ nnọọ na m ga-enwe ike metụ uwe ya aka ahụ ga-adị m mma.”

Because he had said in his heart, "If only I could touch his clothes I would be well."

“Unu atụla egwu ndị pụrụ igbu nanị anụ ahụ unu, ma ha enweghị ike ịmetụ mkpụrụ obi unu aka. Kama onye unu ga-atụ egwu bụ Chineke nanị, onye nwere ike imebi anụ ahụ unu na mkpụrụ obi unu, tụbakwa ha nꞌọkụ ala mmụọ.

“Do not be afraid of those who kill your body, but are not able to touch your soul. Instead, the one whom you should fear is God alone, who can destroy your flesh and your soul and cast them into hell.

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.

Mgbe ha nọ nꞌebe ahụ na-ele Jisọs anya nꞌelu ugwu ahụ, mmadụ atọ ndị a hụrụ ka anụ ahụ Jisọs gbanwere. Ihu ya nwupụrụ ọcha dị ka akpụkpọ eluigwe. Uwe ya chakwara ọcha dị ka ogho.

While they are looking at Jesus on the mountain, the three people who see Jesus' body change. His face shone as white as the sky. His clothes were as white as snow.

Mgbe ha kutere ya, Jisọs baara mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ mba, mee ka o si nꞌime nwanta ahụ pụta. Otu mgbe ahụ, mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ pụtara, ahụ dịrị nwanta ahụ mma.

When they met him, Jesus rebuked the demon, causing it to come out of the girl. At the same time, the demon appeared and the girl was well.

Jisọs sịrị, “Ọ dị mma, iwu ejighị ụmụ ha. Ma otu ọ dị, achọghị m ka anyị mee ka iwe wee ha. Gaa nꞌosimiri ahụ tụnye nko azụ gị nꞌime ya. Meghee ọnụ azụ nke mbụ ị ga-egbute. Ị ga-ahụ otu mkpụrụ ego nꞌime ọnụ ya. Were ya nye ha, ka ọ bụrụ ụtụ nke mụ na gị.”

Jesus said, “Well, their children are not obliged. However, I don't want us to make them angry. Go to the river and throw your fish hook into it. Open the back of the first cut. You will find a coin in its mouth. Give it to them, and I will give it to you. ”

Ndị ìsì na ndị ngwụrọ bịakwutere ya nꞌebe ahụ. O mekwara ka ahụ dị ha ike.

Blind and lame people came to him there. It also made them healthier.

Ha zara sị ya, “Ọ bụ nke Siza.” Mgbe ahụ Jisọs gwara ha okwu sị, “Ọ dị mma. Nyenụ Siza ihe ruuru Siza, ma nyekwanụ Chineke ihe nile bụ nke ruuru Chineke.”

They answered him, “Caesar's.” Then Jesus said to them, “Well. Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's. ”

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