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ónyé

Translates to
personnoun
a human being
"there was too much for one person to do"
Sentences

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.

“Iwu Mosisi sịrị onye ọ bụla akwala iko.

“The Mosaic Law required that a person not practice adultery.

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 ruru obodo ọ bụla, chọọnụ onye na-asọpụrụ Chineke bi nꞌobodo ahụ. Nọdụnụ nꞌụlọ onye ahụ tutuu ruo mgbe unu ga-esi nꞌobodo ahụ pụọ.

When you come to any town, look for a God-fearing person in that town. Stay in the person's home until you have left the country.

“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.

Site ugbu a gaa nꞌihu, onye iro mmadụ nke kachasị njọ, ga-anọ nꞌime ezinụlọ onye ahụ.

From now on, the worst enemy of humanity will remain in that person's family.

“Ọ̀ bụ gị bụ onye ahụ anyị na-ele anya ya, ka ọ dị onye ọzọ anyị kwesịrị ile anya ọbịbịa ya?”

“Are you the man we are looking for, or should someone else look forward to it?”

“Nꞌezie, ọ dịghị nwoke ọ bụla nwanyị mụrụ dị ukwuu karịa Jọn omee baptizim. Ma onye dịkarịsịrị nta nꞌalaeze eluigwe dị ukwuu karịa Jọn.

“In fact, no man is born greater than John the Baptist. But the smallest person in the kingdom of heaven is greater than John.

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.

Ma mgbọrọgwụ okwu ahụ gbara nꞌime obi ya esighị ike. Mgbe nsogbu na mkpagbu bịara nꞌihi okwukwe ya, ịnụ ọkụ nke obi ya na-anwụ, onye ahụ adịghị anọgidekwa.

But the root of the matter was not in his heart. When adversity and persecution come because of his faith, the heat of his heart dies, and the person does not remain.

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.

Ha jụrụ ya sị, “Gịnị mere ndị na-eso ụzọ gị adịghị erube isi nꞌomenala ndị okenye anyị? Tupuu mmadụ erie nri, ọ bụ omenala anyị na onye ahụ ga-ebu ụzọ kwọọ aka. Ma ndị na-eso ụzọ gị adịghị eme nke a.”

They asked him, “Why do your disciples not obey the tradition of our elders? Before a person eats, it is our custom to wash the hands of the person first. But your disciples don't do this. ”

Ma nꞌọnọdụ iwu a, unu na-ezi ndị mmadụ sị, ‘Ọ bụrụ na onye ọ bụla enwee ihe ọ ga-eji nyere ndị mụrụ ya aka, onye ahụ nwere ike ịjụ inyere ha aka ma ọ bụrụ na o kwuo na ihe ọ bụla o nwere bụ nke Chineke.’

But in the context of this rule, you teach people, 'If anyone has a reason to help their parents, that person can refuse to help if he says anything it belongs to God. '

Nꞌọmenala unu onye mere ihe dị otu a mere ihe ziri ezi, mgbe ọ jụrụ iji ihe o nwere sọpụrụ ndị mụrụ ya. Gịnị ka nke a na-egosi? Ọ̀ bụghị na unu emeela ka iwu Chineke bụrụ ihe dị ala karịa omenala unu?

It is natural for a person who does what is right to honor his parents. What does this indicate? Have you made the law of God inferior to your own culture?

Onye ọ bụla wedara onwe ya ala dị ka nwantakịrị bụ onye dịkarịsịrị ukwuu nꞌalaeze eluigwe.

Whoever humbles himself as a child is the most important person in the Kingdom of heaven.

Ya mere, ha abụọ ga-abụ otu onye. Ha abụkwaghị mmadụ abụọ ọzọ. Ya mere, ihe ahụ Chineke jikọtara ọnụ onye ọ bụla atọsala ya.”

So the two will be one person. They are no longer two people. Therefore, what God has yoked together let no man put apart. ”

Jisọs zara sị ya, “Ọ bụ iwu nke na-asị, ‘Hụ Onyenwe gị bụ Chineke gị nꞌanya site nꞌobi gị nile na site na mkpụrụ obi gị nile, na site nꞌụche gị nile.’

Jesus answered him, "It is a commandment that says, 'Love the Lord your God with your whole heart and with your whole soul and with your whole mind.'

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