Ma ihe dị ka site nꞌelekere atọ ruo elekere isii nke ụtụtụ, Jisọs bịakwutere ha, ma ọ bụkwa nꞌelu osimiri ahụ ka ọ na-aga ije.
But about three o'clock in the morning Jesus came to them, and he was walking on the sea.
“Nꞌabalị ụbọchị ahụ, nwoke a gwara onye na-akwụ ndị ọrụ ụgwọ ka ọ kwụọ ha nile ụgwọ. O mekwara ka onye na-akwụ ụgwọ malite nꞌonye ikpeazụ bịara ọrụ nꞌubi ahụ ruo na ndị buru ụzọ bido ọrụ nꞌụtụtụ.
“That night the man who had told his employer to pay all their debts was repaid. It also enabled the payer to start the last job in the field until the early morning workers.
Nꞌihi ya mgbe ndị a kpọrọ ọrụ nꞌisi ụtụtụ bịara ịnara ego ha, ha lere anya na a ga-akwụ ha karịa. Ma a kwụkwara ha nile naịra abụọ abụọ.
So when those called early in the morning came to collect their money, they expected to be paid more. But they were also all paid in pairs.
‘Ndị a rụrụ ọrọ nanị otu awa, ma ị kwụrụ ha ụgwọ dị ka anyị bụ ndị rụrụ ọrụ site nꞌụtụtụ ruo anyasị.’
'These people only worked for one hour, but you paid them as we worked from morning to evening.'
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.