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.
“Site nꞌebe a tụda onwe gị igosi na ị bụ Ọkpara Chineke. Nꞌihi na e dere ya nꞌakwụkwọ nsọ sị, ‘Chineke ga-ezite ndị mmụọ ozi ya ka ha ghọta gị. Ha ga-echebe gị, ka ị ghara ịmerụ ahụ.’ ”
“By this thou shalt be loosed to be the Son of God. For it is written in the holy Writings, 'God will send his angels to understand you. They will protect you from harm. '”
“Nꞌime iwu Mosisi e kwuru na ọ bụrụ na nwoke ọ bụla achọọ ikewapụ onwe ya site nꞌebe nwụnye ya nọ, ọ ga-ebu ụzọ dee akwụkwọ nkewa ma ọ bụ akwụkwọ achọghị m nye ya.
“Under the Mosaic law, if a man wishes to separate himself from his installation, he must first write a separation or an objection to him.
Ha jụrụ ya sị, “Gịnị mere Mosisi ji nye iwu sị na nwoke ọ bụla nwere ohere ide akwụkwọ achọkwaghị m nye nwụnye ya?”
They asked, "Why did Moses order that every man have the opportunity to write and never want to install it?"