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(src)="1"> “ If anyone loves God , this one is known by him . ” ​ — 1 COR .
(trg)="3"> ( 1 COR .

(src)="2"> 8 : 3 .
(trg)="4"> 8 : 3 )

(src)="3"> What assures us that Jehovah’s purpose will never be thwarted ?
(trg)="6"> ¿ Tiquʼn jaku tzʼok qʼuqeʼ qkʼuʼj qa mlayx chʼexpaj t - ximbʼetz Jehová ?

(src)="4"> What two fundamental truths sum up Jehovah’s values and principles ?
(trg)="7"> ¿ Alkye kabʼe xnaqʼtzbʼil nim kyoklen in che el tkawbʼil Jehová tiʼj ?

(src)="5"> How is our faith in Jehovah strengthened by the lessons learned from 2 Timothy 2 : 19 ?
(trg)="8"> ¿ Alkye tten in chʼiy qʼuqbʼil qkʼuʼj tiʼj Jehová kyuʼn xnaqʼtzbʼil in che jatz toj 2 Timoteo 2 : 19 ?

(src)="6"> Relate a Bible account that underscores the kind of delusional thinking that has overcome some of God’s people .
(trg)="9"> ¿ Alkye jun techel tkuʼx toj Tyol Dios aju in yolin tiʼj qa at junjun toj ttnam Dios kubʼ kysbʼuʼn kyibʼ ?

(src)="7"> ( See opening image . )
(trg)="10"> ( Qʼoʼnka twitza tiʼj tnejel tilbʼilal . )

(src)="8"> ONE morning , High Priest Aaron stood at the entrance of Jehovah’s tabernacle , holding an incense - burning fire holder .
(trg)="11"> TOJ jun prim , moqa qlax , attoq Aarón aju tnejel pal ttziʼ tja Jehová , chʼix tkubʼ tpatin kʼokʼjsabʼil twitz Jehová .

(src)="9"> Nearby , Korah along with 250 men were also offering incense to Jehovah , each one with his own fire holder .
(trg)="12"> Niqayin toj juntl plaj , at Coré kyukʼil 250 xjal ax ikx kyaj tuʼn tkubʼ kypatin kʼokʼjsabʼil twitz Jehová , teyele te junjun qʼin patbʼil kʼokʼjsabʼil tuʼn ( Núm .
(trg)="13"> 16 : 16 - 18 ) .

(src)="10"> At first glance , all the men seemed to be loyal worshippers of Jehovah .
(trg)="14"> Qa mintiʼ xqo ximen chʼin kyiʼj , jaku qqʼama qa kykyaqil qe xjal lu in che ajbʼen te Jehová tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj .

(src)="11"> Unlike Aaron , however , the others were arrogant renegades attempting to usurp the priesthood .
(trg)="15"> Noqtzun tuʼnj , oʼkx Aarón ax tok kʼujlaʼn Jehová tuʼn , aʼyetzun qe txqantl xjal oʼkx kyaj tuʼn tok kyqʼoʼn kyibʼ te pal , in jaw kynimsaʼn kyibʼ ex nya bʼaʼn xjal qe ( Núm .
(trg)="16"> 16 : 1 - 11 ) .

(src)="12"> They had deluded themselves into thinking that God would accept their worship .
(trg)="17"> Ma kubʼ kysbʼuʼn kyibʼ xjal lu tuʼnju in kubʼ kyximen qa in tzalaj Dios tiʼj kyajbʼebʼil .

(src)="13"> But such an expectation was insulting to Jehovah , who can read hearts and could see their hypocrisy . ​ — Jer .
(trg)="18"> Noqtzun tuʼnj , ojtzqiʼn kyanmi tuʼn Jehová ex in nel tnikʼ tiʼj qa nya ax tok kyuʼn ex in nel tikʼun aju in bʼant kyuʼn ( Jer .

(src)="14"> 17 : 10 .
(trg)="19"> 17 : 10 ) .

(src)="15"> What had Moses predicted , and did his words come true ?
(trg)="20"> ¿ Tiʼ otoq tqʼama Moisés , ex alkye tten japun twiʼ tyol ?

(src)="16"> Appropriately , the day before , Moses had predicted : “ In the morning Jehovah will make known who belongs to him . ”
(trg)="22"> 16 : 5 ) .
(trg)="23"> ¿ Alkye tten tzaj tyekʼun Jehová qa ojtzqiʼn tuʼn alkye ax tok in najbʼen te ex alkye nya ax tok tuʼn ?

(src)="17"> Sure enough , Jehovah differentiated between genuine worshippers and counterfeit ones when “ a fire came out from Jehovah and consumed [ Korah and ] the 250 men offering the incense . ”
(trg)="24"> Tzaj tyekʼun tej ttzaj « t - samaʼn [ . . . ] jun qʼaqʼ , ex tuʼn jlu e bʼaj tzʼeʼy qeju 250 xinaq , aqeju e kubʼ patunte storak » , moqa kʼokʼjsabʼil ( Núm .
(trg)="25"> 16 : 35 ; 26 : 10 ) .

(src)="18"> At the same time , Jehovah spared the life of Aaron , signaling approval of the real priest and genuine worshipper of God . ​ — Read 1 Corinthians 8 : 3 .
(trg)="26"> Oʼkx te Aarón kyaj anqʼin .
(trg)="27"> Tzaj tyekʼunxix Jehová qa a Aarón ax tok tnejel pal ex qa a in najbʼenxix te ( kjawil uʼjit 1 Corintios 8 : 3 ) .

(src)="19"> ( a ) What situation arose in the apostle Paul’s day ?
(trg)="28"> a ) ¿ Tiʼ bʼaj kyxol okslal toj tqʼijlal Pablo ?

(src)="20"> ( b ) What precedent for handling rebels had Jehovah set centuries earlier ?
(trg)="29"> b ) ¿ Tiʼ in tzaj tyekʼun qe aju bʼant tuʼn Jehová kyiʼj qeju el kypan kyibʼ tiʼj toj tqʼijlal Moisés ?

(src)="21"> A similar situation arose some 1,500 years later in the apostle Paul’s day .
(trg)="30"> Tej tikʼ junlo 1.500 abʼqʼi , chʼixmi axju ikʼ kyxol okslal toj tqʼijlal apóstol Pablo .

(src)="22"> Certain professed Christians adopted false teachings ; yet , they continued to associate with the congregation .
(trg)="31"> At junjun xjal in kyqʼamaʼntoq qa okslal qe , noqtzun tuʼnj , oktz kyiʼn junjun nya bʼaʼn xnaqʼtzbʼil ex kukx ateʼtoq toj ttnam Dios .

(src)="23"> To the casual observer , these apostates might not have been different from others in the congregation .
(trg)="32"> Ax tok ajbʼel qe jlu te Dios toj kywitz txqantl , noqtzun tuʼnj , aʼyeju xjal lu otoq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ tiʼj Jehová ex jakutoq tzaj nya bʼaʼn tiʼj qʼuqbʼil kykʼuʼj axix tok okslal kyuʼn .

(src)="24"> But their apostasy presented a danger to faithful Christians .
(trg)="33"> Iktoq kyten ik tzeʼn qe xoʼj , noqtzun tuʼnj , ok kyqʼoʼn kyxbʼalun ik tzeʼn qe rit , moqa ẍneʼl , ex e ok ten tzpet - sal « kynabʼl junjun tuj kyokslabʼl » ( 2 Tim .
(trg)="34"> 2 : 16 - 18 ) .

(src)="25"> These wolves in sheep’s clothing began “ subverting the faith of some . ”
(trg)="36"> Tzaj tqʼoʼn twitz tiʼj .
(trg)="37"> Ex ojtzqiʼntoq tuʼn apóstol Pablo aju bʼant tuʼn Jehová kyiʼj Coré ex qeju ok kymojbʼan kyibʼ tukʼe , aʼyeju el kypan kyibʼ tiʼj Jehová .

(src)="26"> Jehovah is no casual observer , however , and Paul would have known this from the way God handled the situation with the rebels ​ — Korah and his supporters — ​ centuries earlier .
(trg)="38"> Tuʼntzunju , qʼuqlitoq tkʼuʼj qa atoq Jehová kxel bʼinchante tiʼj nya bʼaʼn .
(trg)="39"> Ax ikx qe jaku tzʼok qʼuqeʼ qkʼuʼj tiʼj Jehová .

(src)="27"> In this regard , let us consider an intriguing passage of Scripture and see what practical lessons we can learn from it .
(trg)="40"> Toj xnaqʼtzbʼil lu , ok qo xnaqʼtzal tiʼj jun taqikʼ Tyol Dios ex ok kʼelel qnikʼ tiʼj alkye tten jaku tzʼonin qiʼj .

(src)="28"> Of what was Paul convinced , and how did he express his conviction to Timothy ?
(trg)="41"> « AQINE DIOS MINTIʼ IN CHIN CHʼEXPAJE »
(trg)="42"> ¿ Alqiʼj qʼuqlitoq tkʼuʼj apóstol Pablo , ex alkye tten kubʼ tyekʼun qʼuqbʼil tkʼuʼj ?

(src)="29"> Paul was sure that Jehovah could recognize hypocritical worship , and he was likewise convinced that Jehovah could identify those who are obedient to Him .
(trg)="43"> Qʼuqlitoq tkʼuʼj apóstol Pablo qa jakutoq tzʼel tnikʼ Jehová kyiʼj qeju nya tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj in che ajbʼen te ex kyiʼj qeju ax tok in kubʼ kybʼinchaʼn aju in tzaj tqʼamaʼn Jehová .

(src)="30"> Paul manifested his strong conviction by the wording he chose when writing under inspiration to Timothy .
(trg)="44"> Kubʼ tyekʼun qʼuqbʼil tkʼuʼj lu tej kyjaw tjyoʼn qeju yol xi ttzʼibʼen te Timoteo , aju xi ttzʼibʼen tukʼe onbʼil tuʼn xewbʼaj xjan .

(src)="31"> After referring to the spiritual harm that apostates were already inflicting upon some within the congregation , Paul wrote : “ Despite that , the solid foundation of God remains standing , having this seal , ‘ Jehovah knows those who belong to him , ’ and , ‘ Let everyone calling on the name of Jehovah renounce unrighteousness . ’ ” ​ — 2 Tim .
(trg)="45"> Tej otoqxi yolin tiʼj nya bʼaʼn in tzaj tiʼj qʼuqbʼil kykʼuʼj junjun okslal kyuʼn qeju otoq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ tiʼj Dios , tqʼama jlu : « Aju simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios mlay yukch , tok ju sey lu tiʼj , in tmaʼn : Ojtzqiʼn tuʼn Qajaw [ ‹ Jehová › , TNM ] alkye qeju tekuxix ; ax ikx in tmaʼn : Kykyaqil qeju in kymaʼn qa okslal qe tiʼj » Jehová « kypaʼmil kyibʼ tiʼj mya bʼaʼn » ( 2 Tim .

(src)="32"> 2 : 18 , 19 .
(trg)="46"> 2 : 18 , 19 ) .

(src)="33"> 5 , 6 .
(trg)="47"> 5 , 6 .

(src)="34"> What is significant about Paul’s use of the phrase “ the solid foundation of God , ” and how did this expression likely affect Timothy ?
(trg)="48"> ¿ Tiʼ kyxilen qeju yol e ajbʼen tuʼn Pablo tej tqʼama « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » , ex alkye tten onin jlu tiʼj Timoteo ?

(src)="35"> What is significant about Paul’s word choice in this scripture ?
(trg)="49"> ¿ Tiʼ kyxilen qeju yol e ajbʼen tuʼn Pablo toj taqikʼ Tyol Dios lu ?

(src)="36"> This is the only mention in the Bible of “ the solid foundation of God . ”
(trg)="50"> Oʼkx jun taqikʼ Tyol Dios lu in yolin tiʼj jun « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios mlay yukch » .

(src)="37"> The Bible uses the word “ foundation ” as a metaphor for various things , including literal Jerusalem as the capital of ancient Israel .
(trg)="51"> In najbʼen yol simyent , moqa tqʼuqbʼil jun tiʼ , tuʼn Tyol Dios tuʼn tyolin tiʼj nimku tiʼchaq .

(src)="38"> The role that Jesus plays in Jehovah’s purpose is also compared to a foundation .
(trg)="54"> Ax ikx in tzaj tqʼamaʼn Tyol Dios qa ik tten toklen Jesús o txi tqʼoʼn Jehová ik tzeʼn jun simyent ( 1 Cor .
(trg)="55"> 3 : 11 ; 1 Ped .
(trg)="56"> 2 : 6 ) .

(src)="39"> What did Paul have in mind when he wrote about “ the solid foundation of God ” ?
(trg)="57"> ¿ Tiʼtoq at toj twiʼ Pablo tej t - xi ttzʼibʼen qe yol « aju simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » ?

(src)="40"> Paul mentions “ the solid foundation of God ” in the same context in which he quotes Moses ’ words about Korah and his supporters , recorded at Numbers 16 : 5 .
(trg)="58"> Ajbʼen qe yol « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » tuʼn Pablo tej tyolin tiʼjju tqʼama Moisés tiʼj Coré ex qeju ok kymojbʼan kyibʼ tukʼe , aju tkuʼx toj Números 16 : 5 .

(src)="41"> Paul was evidently referring to the events in Moses ’ day in an effort to encourage Timothy and remind him of Jehovah’s ability to detect and counteract rebellious acts .
(trg)="59"> Yolin Pablo tiʼjju ikʼ toj tqʼijlal Moisés tuʼn t - xi tqʼuqbʼaʼn tkʼuʼj Timoteo ex tuʼn t - xi tnaʼn te qa ojtzqiʼntoq tuʼn Jehová alkye qeju otoq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ tiʼj ex qa oktoq kʼelel tiʼn ambʼil kye jlu tuʼn miʼn tkubʼ kybʼinchaʼntl nya bʼaʼn .

(src)="42"> Jehovah’s purpose was not about to be thwarted by apostates in the congregation any more than it was by Korah centuries before .
(trg)="60"> Aju t - xim Jehová mintiʼ chʼexpaj tuʼn Coré ex mlaytoq chʼexpaj t - xim Jehová kyuʼn qeju otoq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ toj tqʼijlalil Pablo .

(src)="43"> Paul did not explain in detail what “ the solid foundation of God ” represents .
(trg)="61"> Mintiʼ tzaj tqʼamaʼn Pablo tiʼxix kyxilen qe yol « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » .

(src)="44"> Yet , the wording used surely evoked in Timothy reassuring thoughts of trust and confidence in Jehovah’s ways .
(trg)="62"> Noqtzun tuʼnj , aʼyeju yol i ex ttzʼibʼen , ok tqʼuqbʼaʼn tkʼuʼj Timoteo ex onin tiʼj tuʼn tok qeʼ tkʼuʼj tiʼjju kbʼanteltoq tuʼn Jehová .

(src)="45"> Why can we be sure that Jehovah will act with righteousness and faithfulness ?
(trg)="63"> ¿ Tiquʼn jaku tzʼok qeʼ qkʼuʼj tiʼj qa ok che tzajel tonin Jehová qeju in kubʼ kybʼinchaʼn bʼaʼn ex qeju in che ajbʼen te tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj ?

(src)="46"> Jehovah’s lofty principles are unshakable .
(trg)="64"> Aʼyeju tbʼanel tkawbʼil Jehová mlayx che chʼexpaj .

(src)="47"> “ The decisions of Jehovah will stand forever ; the thoughts of his heart are from generation to generation , ” says Psalm 33 : 11 .
(trg)="65"> In tzaj tqʼamaʼn Salmo 33 : 11 qa aju « ximamaj tuʼn Qman in kyaj ten te jumajx » .

(src)="48"> Other scriptures speak of Jehovah’s rulership , loyal love , righteousness , and faithfulness as enduring forever .
(trg)="66"> At junjuntl taqikʼ Tyol Dios in tzaj kyqʼamaʼn qa mlayx bʼaj tuʼn tkawin Jehová , qa kukx qo okel tkʼujlaʼn , qa kukx bʼaʼn te ex qa kukx tzʼaqli te kyukʼe qeju tzʼaqli qe tukʼil ( Éx .
(trg)="67"> 15 : 18 ; Sal .
(trg)="68"> 106 : 1 ; 112 : 9 ; 117 : 2 ) .

(src)="49"> Malachi 3 : 6 says : “ I am Jehovah ; I do not change . ”
(trg)="69"> « Aqine Dios mintiʼ in chin chʼexpaje » , chi Jehová , toj Malaquías 3 : 6 .

(src)="50"> Similarly , James 1 : 17 states that Jehovah “ does not vary or change like the shifting shadows . ”
(trg)="70"> Chʼixmi axju tkuʼx toj Santiago 1 : 17 aj ttzaj tqʼamaʼn jlu : « Mintiʼ in tchʼexpuʼn Dios tnabʼl , ex mya ik tten Dios ik tzaʼn jun xlekun in bʼet » .

(src)="51"> 8 , 9 .
(trg)="72"> 8 , 9 .

(src)="52"> What lesson can we learn from the “ seal ” in Paul’s illustration ?
(trg)="73"> ¿ Tiʼ xnaqʼtzbʼil in tzaj tqʼoʼn « sey » tqʼama Pablo aju tok tiʼj « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » ?

(src)="53"> Paul’s word picture recorded at 2 Timothy 2 : 19 depicts a foundation with a message on it , as if imprinted with a seal .
(trg)="74"> Aju techel ajbʼen tuʼn Pablo toj 2 Timoteo 2 : 19 yolin tiʼj jun simyent at jun tqanil tzʼibʼin tiʼj tuʼn jun sey .

(src)="54"> In ancient times , it was not uncommon to display an inscription on a building’s foundation , perhaps showing who built it or who owned it .
(trg)="75"> Toj ambʼil ojtxe , naqʼli qe xjal tuʼn tok kytzʼibʼen jun tqanil tiʼj jun simyent , at maj tuʼn tkubʼ kyyekʼun alkye xkubʼ bʼinchante moqa tuʼn tkubʼ kyyekʼun alkye tajaw .

(src)="55"> Paul was the first Bible writer to use this particular illustration .
(trg)="76"> Kyxol qeju e kubʼ tzʼibʼente Tyol Dios , a Pablo ajbʼen tnejel maj techel lu tuʼn .

(src)="56"> * The seal on “ the solid foundation of God ” has two pronouncements .
(trg)="77"> * Aju sey tok tiʼj « simyent kubʼ tqʼoʼn Dios » , in tzaj tqʼamaʼn kabʼe tqanil .

(src)="57"> First , “ Jehovah knows those who belong to him ” and second , “ Let everyone calling on the name of Jehovah renounce unrighteousness . ”
(trg)="78"> Tnejel , qa « ojtzqiʼn tuʼn » Jehová « alkye qeju tekuxix » , ex tkabʼ , qa « kykyaqil qeju in kymaʼn qa okslal qe tiʼj » Jehová , il tiʼj tuʼn tel kypan « kyibʼ tiʼj mya bʼaʼn » .

(src)="58"> This reminds us of what we read at Numbers 16 : 5 . ​ — Read .
(trg)="79"> Kyiʼj yol lu in tzaj qnaʼn aju tkuʼx toj Números 16 : 5 ( kjawil uʼjit ) .

(src)="59"> What lesson can we learn from the “ seal ” in Paul’s word picture ?
(trg)="80"> ¿ Tiʼ xnaqʼtzbʼil in tzaj tqʼoʼn « sey » tqʼama Pablo kye qeju tekuxix Jehová qe ?

(src)="60"> For those who belong to God , Jehovah’s values and principles can be summed up in two fundamental truths : ( 1 ) Jehovah loves those who are loyal to him , and ( 2 ) Jehovah hates unrighteousness .
(trg)="81"> Qa aʼyeju tkawbʼil Jehová atz in che el kyiʼj qeju kabʼe xnaqʼtzbʼil nim kyoklen lu : 1 ) kʼujlaʼnqe tuʼn Jehová aʼyeju in che ajbʼen te tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj , ex 2 ) in nel tikʼun Jehová aju nya bʼaʼn .

(src)="61"> How is this lesson relevant to the issue of apostasy within the congregation ?
(trg)="82"> ¿ Tiʼ toklen xnaqʼtzbʼil lu kyukʼe qeju in kubʼ kyxnaqʼtzaʼn nya bʼaʼn xnaqʼtzbʼil toj ttnam Dios ?

(src)="62"> How did the actions of apostates affect faithful ones in Paul’s day ?
(trg)="83"> ¿ Tiʼ kubʼ kyximen tbʼanel okslal tiʼjju in bʼanttoq kyuʼn qeju otoq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ tiʼj Dios toj tqʼijlal Pablo ?

(src)="63"> Timothy and other faithful ones were likely perturbed by the actions of apostates in their midst .
(trg)="84"> Tzajlo bʼaj tkʼuʼj Timoteo ex qe txqantl tbʼanel okslal tuʼnju in bʼanttoq kyuʼn xjal ateʼtoq kyxol aʼyeju otaq tzʼel kypan kyibʼ tiʼj Dios .

(src)="64"> Some Christians may have questioned why such individuals were allowed to remain in the congregation .
(trg)="86"> Kubʼlo kyximen jlu : ¿ in nelpe tnikʼ Jehová tiʼj jun xjal ax tok in najbʼen te ex tiʼj jun xjal nya ax tok in najbʼen te ?

(src)="65"> Faithful ones might have wondered whether Jehovah really distinguished between their resolute loyalty to him and the hypocritical worship of apostates . ​ — Acts 20 : 29 , 30 .
(trg)="87"> ( Hech .
(trg)="88"> 20 : 29 , 30 . )

(src)="67"> 11 , 12 .
(trg)="89"> 11 , 12 .

(src)="68"> How did Paul’s letter no doubt strengthen Timothy’s faith ?
(trg)="90"> ¿ Tiquʼn oklo qʼuqbʼaʼn tkʼuʼj Timoteo tuʼn uʼj xi ttzʼibʼen Pablo ?

(src)="69"> Paul’s letter no doubt strengthened Timothy’s faith by reminding him of what happened when faithful Aaron was vindicated and hypocritical Korah and his companions were exposed , rejected , and destroyed .
(trg)="91"> Xi tqʼuqbʼaʼnxix apóstol Pablo tkʼuʼj Timoteo tej t - xi ttzʼibʼin uʼj te .
(trg)="92"> Xi tnaʼn te qa tzalaj Jehová tiʼj Aarón ex qa el tikʼun Jehová Coré ex qeju otoq tzʼok kymojbʼan kyibʼ tukʼe Coré tuʼnju xmeletzʼ qe ex tuʼntzunju e kubʼ tnajsaʼn .

(src)="70"> In effect , Paul was saying that even though there were counterfeit Christians in their midst , Jehovah would recognize those who really belonged to him , just as he did in the days of Moses .
(trg)="93"> Toj juntl yol , xi tqʼamaʼn apóstol Pablo qa ax tok ateʼtoq nya ax tok okslal kyxol , noqtzun tuʼnj , ik tzeʼn ikʼ toj tqʼijlal Moisés , ojtzqiʼntoq tuʼn Jehová alkye qeju tekuxix .

(src)="71"> Jehovah never changes ; he is dependable .
(trg)="94"> Mintiʼ in chʼexpaj Jehová , jaku tzʼok qʼuqeʼxix qkʼuʼj tiʼj .

(src)="72"> He hates unrighteousness , and in due time he brings unrepentant wrongdoers to justice .
(trg)="95"> Ikʼun nya bʼaʼn tuʼn , ex in kubʼ tqʼoʼn kykastiw qeju mintiʼ in najtz tiʼj kyanmi .

(src)="73"> As one “ calling on the name of Jehovah , ” Timothy was also reminded of his own responsibility to reject the unrighteous influence of counterfeit Christians .
(trg)="96"> Xi naʼn te Timoteo tuʼn miʼn tok tmojbʼan tibʼ kyukʼe qeju nya ax tok okslal , quʼn « kykyaqil qeju in kymaʼn qa okslal qe tiʼj » Jehová , il tiʼj tuʼn tel kypan « kyibʼ tiʼj mya bʼaʼn » .

(src)="74"> *
(trg)="97"> *

(src)="75"> What confidence can we have ?
(trg)="99"> ¿ Alqiʼj jaku tzʼok qeʼxix qkʼuʼj ?

(src)="76"> We can likewise derive spiritual strength from Paul’s inspired words .
(trg)="100"> Ax ikx qe jaku chʼiy qʼuqbʼil qkʼuʼj kyuʼn yol i ex ttzʼibʼen apóstol Pablo tukʼe onbʼil tzaj tqʼoʼn t - xew Dios .

(src)="77"> First of all , it is reassuring to know that Jehovah is well - aware of our loyalty to him .
(trg)="101"> Ojtzqiʼnxix tuʼn Jehová alkyeqe in che ajbʼen te tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj .

(src)="78"> This is not a passive awareness .
(src)="79"> Rather , Jehovah is intensely interested in those who belong to him .
(trg)="102"> Noqtzun tuʼnj , nya oʼkx ojtzqiʼn tuʼn alkyeqe tekuxix , sino in tzaj tyekʼun qa at - xix tkʼuʼj kyiʼj .

(src)="80"> The Bible says : “ The eyes of Jehovah are roving about through all the earth to show his strength in behalf of those whose heart is complete toward him . ”
(trg)="103"> In tzaj tqʼamaʼn Tyol Dios jlu : « Ate Qman in keʼyin tiʼj tkyaqilju in bʼaj twitz txʼotxʼ ex in xi tqʼoʼn kyipun qeju axix tok nnoʼk qeʼ kykʼuʼj tiʼj » ( 2 Crón .
(trg)="104"> 16 : 9 ) .

(src)="81"> Therefore , we can have absolute confidence that what we do for Jehovah “ out of a clean heart ” is never in vain . ​ — 1 Tim .
(trg)="105"> Tuʼntzunju , jaku tzʼok qeʼxix qkʼuʼj qa tkyaqilju in bʼant quʼn te Jehová tukʼe jun « qanmi saq taʼ » , nya noqx gan ( 1 Tim .

(src)="82"> 1 : 5 ; 1 Cor .
(trg)="106"> 1 : 5 ; 1 Cor .

(src)="83"> 15 : 58 .
(trg)="107"> 15 : 58 ) .

(src)="84"> What type of worship does Jehovah not tolerate ?
(trg)="108"> ¿ Alkye nya tgan Jehová ?

(src)="85"> It is also sobering to know that Jehovah does not tolerate hypocritical worship .
(trg)="109"> Ax ikx in qo tzalaj tuʼnju nya tgan Jehová qa nya ax tok in che ajbʼen xjal te ex in xi tbʼinchaʼn tiʼj .

(src)="86"> As his eyes “ are roving about through all the earth , ” he can detect those whose heart is not “ complete toward him . ”
(trg)="110"> Tuʼnju « in keʼyin » Qman Jehová « tiʼj tkyaqilju in bʼaj twitz txʼotxʼ » , in nel tnikʼ kyiʼj qeju mintiʼ « nnoʼk qeʼ kykʼuʼj tiʼj » .

(src)="87"> “ Jehovah detests a devious person , ” says Proverbs 3 : 32 , such as one who deliberately puts up a front , feigning obedience while practicing sin in secret .
(trg)="111"> In tzaj tqʼamaʼn Proverbios 3 : 32 qa « ikʼun tuʼn Qman qe xjal bʼinchal mya bʼaʼn » , toj juntl yol , aʼyeju in kyqʼamaʼn qa in che ajbʼen te Dios , noqtzun tuʼnj , in che bʼinchan il toj ewaj .

(src)="88"> Although a devious person may skillfully deceive other humans for a while , Jehovah’s almightiness and righteousness guarantee that “ the one covering over his transgressions will not succeed . ” ​ — Prov . 28 : 13 ; read 1 Timothy 5 : 24 ; Hebrews 4 : 13 .
(trg)="112"> Jaku che kubʼ sbʼuʼn xjal kyuʼn qe jlu , noqtzun tuʼnj , mlay bʼant kysbʼun tiʼj Jehová tuʼnju at nimxix tipumal ex tzʼaqlixix te .
(trg)="113"> In tzaj tqʼamaʼn Tyol Dios jlu : « Aju xjal in che kubʼ tewan qe til , mlay tzʼel bʼaʼn te te » ( Prov . 28 : 13 ; kjawil uʼjit 1 Timoteo 5 : 24 ; Hebreos 4 : 13 ) .

(src)="89"> What should we avoid , and why ?
(trg)="114"> ¿ Tiʼ mintiʼ tuʼn tkubʼ qximen , ex tiquʼn ?

(src)="91"> It would be highly unusual for someone in the congregation to adopt a deceitful form of worship deliberately .
(trg)="115"> Chʼixmi kykyaqil qeju ateʼ toj ttnam Jehová in che ajbʼen te tuʼn tkyaqil kykʼuʼj .

(src)="92"> Still , if it happened in Moses ’ day and in the time of the early Christian congregation , it can also happen today .
(trg)="116"> Noqtzun tuʼnj , at junjun toj Ja te Chmabʼil jaku tzʼok ten ximel tiʼj tuʼn tel tpan tibʼ tiʼj Jehová ex tuʼn tok ten ajbʼel te Dios noq kywitz txqantl .

(src)="93"> Should we , however , be suspicious of our fellow Christians , second - guessing the genuineness of their loyalty to Jehovah ?
(trg)="117"> Bʼaj jlu toj tqʼijlal Moisés ex kyxol tnejel okslal , ax ikx jaku bʼaj toj ambʼil jaʼlo ( 2 Tim .