O ji ilu gwa ha ọtụtụ ihe. Ọ gwara ha sị, “O nwere otu onye ọrụ ubi gara ịgha mkpụrụ nꞌubi ya.
He told them many things by parables. He told them, “A farmer went out to cultivate his fields.
“Ugbu a geenụ ntị mgbe m na-akọwara unu ihe banyere ilu onye ọrụ ubi ahụ nke gara ghaa mkpụrụ nꞌubi ya.
“Listen now as I tell you the parable of the farmer who went out to sow his seed in the field.
Jisọs tụrụ ilu ọzọ sị, “Alaeze eluigwe dị ka onye ọrụ ubi nke kụrụ ezi mkpụrụ ọka nꞌubi ya.
Jesus told another parable, “The kingdom of heaven is like a farmer who sows fine seed in his field.
Ma nꞌotu abalị, mgbe onye ọrụ ubi ahụ nọ nꞌụra, onye iro ya gara nꞌubi ahụ kụọ mkpụrụ na-epu ahịhịa nꞌetiti ezi mkpụrụ ọka ahụ ọ kụrụ.
Then, one evening at the farmer's meal, his enemy went out into the fields and gleaned among the fine seed.
“Onye ọrụ ubi ahụ zara ha sị, ‘Ọ bụ onye iro m kụrụ ahịhịa ndị a.’ Ndị na-ejere ya ozi sịrị, ‘Ka anyị gaanụ fopụtasịa ha.’
"The farmer answered them, 'My enemy planted these weeds. His servants said,' Let us go and pluck them out. '
“Ma onye ọrụ ubi ahụ sịrị ha, ‘Ọ dịghị! nꞌihi na mgbe unu na-achọ ifopụ ahịhịa ndị ahụ, unu nwere ike site nꞌamaghị ama fopụ ezi mkpụrụ.
“But the farmer said to them, 'No! because when you want to remove the weeds you can inadvertently remove the true seed.
Jisọs tukwara ilu ọzọ sị ha, “Alaeze eluigwe dị ka mkpụrụ mọsụtadị nke onye ọrụ ubi kụrụ nꞌubi ya. Ọ bụ ezie ha ọ bụ mkpụrụ dịkarịsịrị nta karịa mkpụrụ ubi nile, ọ dị nta dị ka mkpụrụ aṅara
Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of the heavens has become like a grain that a farmer sowed in his field; Although they are the smallest of all seeds, they are as small as the ripe fruit
ma mgbe mkpụrụ a toro, ọ na-adị ukwuu karịa ihe nile a kụrụ nꞌubi. Ọ na-aghọ osisi buru ibu, nke ụmụ nnụnụ na-arụ akwụ ha nꞌalaka ya.”
but when the seed is grown, it is greater than all the seeds. It becomes a large tree, which the birds nest in the nest. ”
“Ma ndị ahụ nile a kpọrọ oriri chịrị ọchị, lefuo ya anya. Onye ọ bụla nꞌime ha jewere ime mkpa ya. Otu onye gara nꞌubi ya, nke ọzọ nꞌụlọ ahia ya.
“But all those in attendance made fun of him and ignored him. Each one of them went to his needs. One went to the farm and the other to the store.