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(src)="1"> “ I really delight in the law of God . ” ​ — ROM .
(trg)="2"> “ Tjínna kjoatsjoa xi tʼatsʼe kjoatéxomale Niná . ”
(trg)="3"> ( ROM .

(src)="2"> 7 : 22 .
(trg)="4"> 7 : 22 )

(src)="3"> How will reading “ in an undertone ” benefit you ?
(trg)="6"> Jósʼin koasenkaoli kʼianga “ chéché kʼoéxkiai ” je Biblia .

(src)="4"> How can you build a reserve of Scriptural points that you can use to help others ?
(trg)="7"> Jósʼiaan nga nkjín testo sʼe̱ya jkoaa xi koa̱n si̱chjén kʼianga kuinyakoaa je chjota .

(src)="5"> Careful reading of the Bible gives you what protection ?
(trg)="8"> Jósʼin basenkaoná nga bʼexkiaa je Biblia .

(src)="6"> 1 - 3 .
(trg)="9"> 1 - 3 .

(src)="7"> What benefits are gained from reading the Bible and applying its teachings ?
(trg)="10"> Jmé kjoanda xi tje̱nkao kʼianga bʼexkiaa je Biblia kʼoa nga mangíntjenngiaa jmeni xi tso .

(src)="8"> “ I THANK Jehovah every morning for helping me to understand the Bible . ”
(trg)="11"> “ NYAON nyaon tsjoale kjoanda je Jeobá kʼianga tanjio nga kʼoasʼin basenkaona nga majinna jotso je Biblia . ”

(src)="9"> The elderly Christian sister who made that statement has read the entire Bible over 40 times , and she is not stopping .
(trg)="12"> Je tichjaa xi kʼoakitso jejchínga kʼoa jetsʼato ñachan kʼa bʼéxkia ngakjijngo je Biblia kʼoa kʼoatso nga tosi tonda kʼoasʼin .

(src)="10"> A younger sister wrote that Bible reading has helped her to see that Jehovah is real .
(trg)="13"> Kʼoa jngo tichjaa xi sʼa xti kʼoakitso nga ngisa ñaki tíjna Jeobá male ndʼaibi kʼianga kʼoasʼin bʼéxkia je Biblia .

(src)="11"> As a result , she has drawn closer to her heavenly Father .
(src)="12"> She stated , “ I have never been happier in my life ! ”
(trg)="14"> Ngisa kjimachriantʼale Niná kʼoa itso : “ Likʼia kʼoasikji tsjoa kisʼeya tokoan jomana tsa ndʼai ” .

(src)="13"> The apostle Peter encouraged all to “ form a longing for the unadulterated milk belonging to the word . ”
(trg)="15"> Je pastro Pedro kʼoatsoná nga “ katamamen [ á ] je ndáchiki xi tʼatsʼe ni̱ma̱n [ á ] , xi ñaki nda ” , xi tsonile , je Énle Niná ( 1 Ped .
(trg)="16"> 2 : 2 ) .

(src)="14"> Those who satisfy that longing through Bible study and who apply Bible teachings have a clean conscience and a purpose in living .
(trg)="17"> ʼYani xi kotʼaya je Biblia kʼoa fitje̱nngi jmeni xi tsoya tsje tjío kjoafaʼaitsjenle kʼoa be jme xá tjíoni i̱ Sonʼnde .

(src)="15"> They develop enduring friendships with others who also love and serve the true God .
(trg)="18"> Xi ijngosani , nʼio mamiyole je chjota xi kʼoati tsjoake Niná kʼoa xi je síxále .

(src)="16"> All of these are valid reasons to “ delight in the law of God . ”
(trg)="19"> Kʼoa kʼoasatío kon jokisʼe tsʼe pastro Pablo kʼianga kitso : “ Tjínna kjoatsjoa xi tʼatsʼe kjoatéxomale Niná ” ( Rom .
(trg)="20"> 7 : 22 ) .

(src)="17"> But there are even more benefits .
(trg)="21"> Tonga ji tsesa kjoanda xi koa̱n sʼeli .

(src)="18"> What are some of them ?
(trg)="22"> Kataʼyala kʼaa kjoanda jebi .

(src)="19"> The more you learn about Jehovah and his Son , the more your love for them and your fellow humans will grow .
(trg)="23"> Kʼianga sa jchai sa jchai xi tʼatsʼe Jeobá kao xi tʼatsʼe ʼNdíle , ngisasa koa̱ntsjoachai kʼoa kʼoati koa̱ntsjoachai je xíngi .

(src)="20"> Having accurate Scriptural knowledge helps you to see how God will soon save obedient mankind from this dying system .
(trg)="24"> Nga jetjínli kjoankjíntokon xi tsʼe Biblia ʼyaní nga jeme kʼoasjentjai Jeobá je chjota xi kixi tjíofitʼale kʼianga sikjeson je chjotatsʼen .

(src)="21"> You have a positive message of good news to share with people in your ministry .
(trg)="25"> Nʼio ndatjín én xi tjínjinli xi koa̱n kʼuínyalai chjota kʼianga ʼmikʼinyasuin .

(src)="22"> Jehovah will bless you as you teach others the things that you have learned from reading God’s Word .
(trg)="26"> Je Jeobá sichikontʼainli kʼianga kʼoasʼin kʼuínyai jmeni xi jekjimajinli nga tichotʼayai je Énle .

(src)="23"> What does it mean to read the Bible “ in an undertone ” ?
(trg)="27"> TʼEXKIAI KʼOA TIKJAʼAITSJENJIN

(src)="24"> Jehovah does not want his servants to rush through a reading of his Word .
(trg)="28"> Jósʼin tsoyanile kʼianga “ chéché ” kʼoéxkiaa je Biblia .

(src)="25"> He told Joshua of ancient times : “ This book of the law should not depart from your mouth , and you must in an undertone read in it day and night . ”
(trg)="29"> Je Jeobá alikui mele nga xitso xiská kʼoexkiaa Biblia .
(trg)="30"> Nichxin kjoatse i kitsole je Josué : “ Je xo̱n kjoatéxoma jebi tjínneli nga ntsjaintsjai kʼoéxkiai .

(src)="26"> Does this instruction require that you literally utter in a low voice all the words you read from Genesis to Revelation ?
(trg)="31"> Kʼoa nichxin kao nitje̱n tjínneli chéché kʼoéxkiai ” ( Jos .
(trg)="32"> 1 : 8 ; Sal .

(src)="27"> No .
(trg)="33"> 1 : 2 ) .

(src)="28"> It means that you should read at a pace that allows for meditation .
(trg)="35"> Kui xi tsonile nga tobijbi kʼoéxkiaa ánni nga koa̱n si̱kjaʼaitsjenjinsíñá jmeni xi tibʼexkiaa .

(src)="29"> When you read the Bible “ in an undertone , ” it will help you to fix attention on portions that are especially useful and encouraging to you at that moment .
(trg)="36"> Kʼiatsa kʼoasʼiaan , ngisa nda si̱kjaʼaitsjenjiaan jmeni xi nʼio machjénná kʼoa xi sinʼiojinná .

(src)="30"> On finding such phrases , verses , or accounts , read them slowly , perhaps forming the words with the tongue and lips .
(trg)="37"> Bijbi kʼoéxkiaa bersíkulo jebi , tokuinókjoaché nga kʼoéxkiaa nga jngó jngó én .

(src)="31"> The full weight of a Scriptural point may strike you in a deeply personal way .
(trg)="38"> Kʼiatsa kʼoasʼiaan ngisa ska̱jin ni̱ma̱ná jme xi tibʼexkiaa .

(src)="32"> Why is this important ?
(trg)="39"> Ánni nga nʼio machjénsíni .

(src)="33"> Because getting the sense of God’s counsel gives you strong motivation to put it into practice .
(trg)="40"> Kuinga koa̱njinná jotso Biblia kʼoa kui xosikaoná nga koa̱nmená si̱tjosoán .

(src)="34"> 5 - 7 .
(trg)="41"> 5 - 7 .

(src)="35"> Illustrate how reading God’s Word in an undertone might help you to ( a ) remain morally clean ; ( b ) treat others with patience and kindness ; ( c ) build trust in Jehovah even during difficult times .
(trg)="42"> Jngo choa̱ tʼejnai jósʼin basenkaoná jmeni xi bʼexkiaa ya Biblia kʼianga nikjaʼaitsjenjinkaoñá kʼianga : 1 ) tsje mangínkoaa yaoná ; 2 ) tsejta maa kao xíngiaa kʼoa nga bakolee kjoanda ; 3 ) je ninʼiotʼaa Jeobá kʼianga kjoa bitjatojiaan .

(src)="36"> Reading in an undertone is helpful when watching Bible books that some may consider difficult to understand .
(trg)="43"> Kʼiatsa kʼoasʼiain nga kʼoéxkiai je librole Biblia xi tsín nanda ʼyai nʼio koasenkaoli .

(src)="37"> To illustrate , imagine three scenarios .
(trg)="44"> Janla choa̱ kataʼyaa .

(src)="38"> First , think of a young Christian brother whose personal reading program has taken him to the prophecy of Hosea .
(trg)="45"> Xi títjon , jngola ndsʼee xi sʼa xti si̱kjaʼaitsjeen , xi jeya kichokao libro xi tsʼe Oseas kʼianga tíbʼéxkia Bibliale .

(src)="39"> In chapter 4 , he pauses after reading verses 11 to 13 in an undertone .
(src)="40"> ( Read Hosea 4 : 11 - 13 . )
(trg)="46"> Kʼianga síkjaʼaitsjenjin jmeni xi tso ya kapítulo 4 , bersíkulo 11 saʼnda 13 basenjnakao ngotjo ( tʼexkiai Oseas 4 : 11 - 13 ) .

(src)="41"> Why ?
(trg)="47"> Ánni .

(src)="42"> Those verses catch his attention because he has been struggling to resist immoral pressures in school .
(trg)="48"> Kuinga mandosinle testo jebi , nga̱ je xti xi ñatje̱n fi skuela nʼio kʼoatsole nga xtiyánchjín katabajnakao .

(src)="43"> He reflects on the verses and thinks : ‘ Jehovah sees the bad things people do even in private .
(trg)="49"> Kʼoa kʼianga síkjaʼaitsjenjin testo jebi itso kjoafaʼaitsjenle : “ Je Jeobá be jme jée xi bijnyaa kʼianga toñá tiyoaa .

(src)="44"> I do not want to offend him . ’
(trg)="50"> Alikui mena nga kjoafaʼaitsjenle Jeobá sikiʼoan ” .

(src)="45"> The brother resolves to remain morally clean before God .
(trg)="51"> Kʼianga kuenta sʼín jebi ngisa kʼoabʼé kon nga tsje koaikao yaole ngixko̱n Niná .

(src)="46"> In a second scenario , a Christian sister is reading Joel’s prophecy and comes to chapter 2 , verse 13 .
(src)="47"> ( Read Joel 2 : 13 . )
(trg)="52"> Xi ijngosa choa̱ , jngo tichjaa xi kui tíbʼéxkia libro xi tsʼe Joel kʼoa yaa bichókao ya kapítulo 2 bersíkulo 13 ( tʼexkiai Joel 2 : 13 ) .

(src)="48"> As she reads that verse in an undertone , she reflects on how she should imitate Jehovah , who is “ gracious and merciful , slow to anger and abundant in loving - kindness . ”
(trg)="53"> Kʼianga jesíkjaʼaitsjenjin testo jebi kui síkjaʼaitsjen jósʼin skénngile Jeobá nga “ nda chjota kʼoa [ nga ] tjínle kjoamatokon , [ nga ] likui tokjoan síjtile yaole kʼoa [ nga ] nʼio tse kjoanda kao kjoatsjoacha tjínle ” .

(src)="49"> She decides to try to eliminate the sarcasm and angry words that she sometimes uses when she speaks to her husband and others .
(trg)="54"> Kʼoa kʼoabʼé kon nga tsín tiʼya xi skoe̱sinni kʼoa nga tsín tikui sichjénni je én xi sikiʼaon xi ngikʼa kʼoa tsa xʼinle .

(src)="50"> Third , imagine a Christian father who has lost his job and worries about the well - being of his wife and children .
(trg)="55"> Xi majanni choa̱ , jela tikjaʼaitsjain jngo chjotale Cristo xi nʼai ma xi tsínle xá kʼoa xi kui tísíkjaojin jósʼin koa̱njngíʼa je chjoónle kao ʼndíxtile .

(src)="51"> At Nahum 1 : 7 , he reads in an undertone that Jehovah “ is cognizant of those seeking refuge in him ” and protects them like “ a stronghold in the day of distress . ”
(trg)="56"> Kʼianga bʼéxkia Nahúm 1 : 7 síkjaʼaitsjenjin kaoni kʼoa majinle nga je Jeobá síkuinda “ ʼyani xi je sínʼiotʼa yaole ” kʼoa “ jo xjáo taja sʼin tíjna [ le ] nichxin nga tjín kjoaba ” .

(src)="52"> That thought consoles him .
(trg)="57"> Je testo jebi nʼio tsjoánganʼiole je ndsʼee .

(src)="53"> He senses Jehovah’s loving care and stops worrying overmuch .
(trg)="58"> Kʼianga jemajinle jokji nda síkuindaná je Jeobá alikui tinʼio síkjaojinni .

(src)="54"> Then he reads verse 15 in an undertone .
(src)="55"> ( Read Nahum 1 : 15 . )
(trg)="59"> Kʼoa kʼoati síkjaʼaitsjenjin kʼianga bʼéxkia bersíkulo 15 ( tʼexkiai Nahúm 1 : 15 ) .

(src)="56"> Our brother sees that by preaching the good news in difficult times , he demonstrates that he , indeed , views Jehovah as his stronghold .
(trg)="60"> Je ndsʼee jebi , majinle nga jo xjáo taja sʼin tíjnaná je Jeobá kʼianga ʼmiyasoán je énnda chjotse ninga kjoañʼai tibitjatojiaan .

(src)="57"> While the brother keeps on looking for secular work , he is now also moved to support midweek field service activity .
(trg)="61"> Kʼoa ninga tojo bajngixá kʼoati tojo fitsoyason énle Niná nga jinxomana .

(src)="58"> Briefly share a spiritual gem that you discovered in your Bible reading .
(trg)="62"> Tʼeyanajmí jméni xi nʼio chjíle xi sa koansjaijinli ya Biblia kʼianga tibʼexkiai .

(src)="59"> Reading in an undertone is helpful when watching Bible books that some may consider difficult to understand .
(trg)="63"> Jme xi jekaʼyaa ibi yaa faʼaitʼa je libro xi sakʼoa ñʼai majinná nga chotʼayá jolani libro xi tsʼe Oseas , Joel kao Nahúm , tonga kʼianga jechotʼayajiaan kʼoa nga basenkaoná jmeni xi faʼaitʼa , tosi tondajin koa̱nmesaná nga kʼoéxkiaa xi kjaʼaí bersíkulo .

(src)="60"> As you watch the Bible with a desire to learn , you will want to read in an undertone .
(trg)="65"> Kʼoa xi faʼaitʼasa Biblia nʼiosa tse kjoachjine tjínle xi basenkaoná .

(src)="61"> Imagine how much wisdom and comfort awaits you even in verses that are difficult to understand !
(trg)="66"> Yaa mangóson jngo ʼnde jñani nʼio nkjín la̱jao̱ xi nʼio chjíle tjín .

(src)="62"> God’s Word is like a productive diamond mine .
(trg)="67"> Kʼoa machjénní nga kuijnyísjee .

(src)="63"> Work that mine well !
(trg)="68"> Kʼoatisʼinni xi kao Biblia .

(src)="64"> Yes , read the whole Bible with the goal of finding gems of divine guidance and reassurance .
(trg)="69"> Kʼianga kʼoéxkiai , tijnyísjaijin jmeni xi nʼio chjíle xi bakóya , nga̱ kui xi koandiaali josʼin kʼuínkoai yaoli kʼoa sitaja kjoamakjainli .

(src)="65"> How can we increase our understanding of God’s will ?
(trg)="70"> KATAMAJINLI JMENI XI BʼEXKIAI

(src)="66"> While it is important that you daily read a portion of the Bible , you also want to gain understanding and insight .
(trg)="71"> Jósʼin nga ngisa nda koa̱njinná jmeni xi mele Niná .

(src)="67"> Therefore , make good use of the publications of Jehovah’s organization to research the background of people , places , and events you read about .
(trg)="72"> Ninga nʼio chjíle nga nyaon nyaon bʼexkiai Biblia , kʼoati nʼio chjíle nga katamajinli jmeni xi bʼexkiai .

(src)="68"> Or if you wonder how a certain Bible teaching might affect your life , you could ask a congregation elder or another mature Christian for help .
(trg)="73"> Tichjain je xo̱n xi bʼasje naxinandále Niná kʼianga tijnyísjaiyai jme xi masjaijinli kʼianga bʼexkiai Biblia , jolani tʼatsʼe chjota xi síkʼaxki̱ , tsa jmeni xi koan , kʼoa tsakuije̱ ʼnde xi síkʼaxki̱ .

(src)="69"> To illustrate the importance of increasing our understanding , let us consider the example of one first - century Christian who strove to do just that .
(trg)="74"> Kʼiatsa tsín ʼyai jósʼin si̱chjain jmeni xi tso je Biblia , koaan kʼoakʼuínlai jngo xi chjotajchínga sʼin tíjna kʼoa tsa jngo ndsʼee kʼoa tsa jngo tichjaa xi jetjínle kjoafaʼaitsjen nga katabasenkaoli .

(src)="70"> His name was Apollos .
(trg)="75"> Ánni nga chjínile nga ndasa koa̱njinná jotso Biblia .

(src)="71"> 10 , 11 . ( a ) How was Apollos helped to improve as a minister of the good news ?
(trg)="76"> Chótʼayala je choa̱le Apolos , jngo chjotale Cristo xi tsakʼejna nichxin kjoatse .
(trg)="77"> 10 , 11 .

(src)="72"> ( b ) What can we learn from the account of Apollos ?
(trg)="78"> 1 ) Jósʼin tsakʼainganʼiole Apolos kʼianga ngisa nda kitsoyason je énnda chjotse .

(src)="73"> Apollos was a Jewish Christian who was “ well versed in the Scriptures ” and “ aglow with the spirit . ”
(trg)="79"> 2 ) Jméni xi bakóyaná je choa̱le Apolos ( Chótsenlai je rekuadro xi tso : “ A kuenta tinʼiai jmeni xi sʼa kjimajin chjotsele je naxinandále Niná ” . )

(src)="74"> The book of Acts relates about him : “ He went speaking and teaching with correctness the things about Jesus , but being acquainted with only the baptism of John . ”
(trg)="81"> Je libro xi tsʼe Hechos kʼoatso nga nda kitsoya ngayeje xi tʼatsʼe Jesús , tonga tokui kjoachanisʼenngindá xi tsʼe Juan Bautista tsabe .

(src)="75"> Without realizing it , Apollos had been teaching an out - of - date understanding of baptism .
(trg)="82"> Kʼoa kuinga tsín kʼoasʼin kitsoyasíni jokjoannisʼin tsoyanile je kjoachanisʼenngindá .

(src)="76"> After hearing him teach in Ephesus , a Christian couple named Priscilla and Aquila explained “ the way of God more correctly to him . ”
(trg)="83"> Kʼianga tsabe je Priscila kao Áquila josʼin tíbakóya Apolos ya Éfeso , kitsoyandale je ndiaa xi tsʼe Niná ( Hech .
(trg)="84"> 18 : 24 - 26 ; TNM ) .

(src)="77"> How did this benefit Apollos ?
(trg)="85"> Jósʼin tsakasenkao Apolos jebi .

(src)="78"> After preaching in Ephesus , Apollos went to Achaia .
(trg)="86"> Kʼianga jekitsoya Apolos ya Éfeso yaa ki ya Acaya .

(src)="79"> “ When he got there , he greatly helped those who had believed on account of God’s undeserved kindness ; for with intensity he thoroughly proved the Jews to be wrong publicly , while he demonstrated by the Scriptures that Jesus was the Christ . ”
(trg)="87"> Je Biblia itso : “ Kʼia nga jicho , kjaínga nda tsakasenkao je xi koankjainle xi totʼatsʼe kjoanda .
(trg)="88"> Ali tokʼoakji nganʼio kisʼele nga kisiʼindajin chjota judío ngixko̱n ngatsʼi .

(src)="80"> By that time , Apollos could correctly explain the meaning of Christian baptism .
(trg)="89"> Tsakakóle kao xo̱n Escritura nga je Jesús xi tijeni Cristo ” ( Hech .
(trg)="90"> 18 : 27 , 28 ) .

(src)="81"> With his increased understanding , he “ greatly helped ” new ones to make progress in true worship .
(trg)="91"> Tonga nga kʼia , ñaki jekʼoasʼin kitsoya jokjoansʼin tjínni kʼianga kʼoasʼin fisʼenngindá je chjotale Cristo , kʼoa nʼio tsakasenkao je chjotale Cristo xi sʼa chjotse nga sa nda sa nda koanjinle xi tʼatsʼe Niná .

(src)="82"> What can we learn from this account ?
(trg)="92"> Jméni xi bakóyaná jebi .

(src)="83"> Like Apollos , we strive to understand what we read in the Bible .
(trg)="93"> Tojo kisʼin Apolos , kʼoati chʼa̱sjee nganʼio nga nijinlee yaoná jmeni xi bʼexkiaa ya Biblia .

(src)="84"> However , when an experienced fellow believer suggests how we can teach more effectively , we want to accept that help with humility and gratitude .
(trg)="94"> Tonga tsa jngo ndsʼee xi ngisa tjínle kjoafaʼaitsjen kʼoakuitsoná josʼin nga ngisa nda kʼuínyaa ndajin nga nangitokon koaan kʼoa si̱tjosoán jmeni xi kuitsoná kʼoa kʼoailee kjoanda .

(src)="85"> If we do so , the quality of our sacred service will improve .
(trg)="95"> Kʼoasʼin nga ngisa koa̱nndaya josʼin ʼmiyaa .

(src)="86"> ( See the box “ Is Your Teaching Up - to - Date ? ” )
(trg)="96"> TICHJAIN JMENI XI MAJINLI KʼIANGA KUISENKOAI XÍNGI

(src)="87"> 12 , 13 .
(trg)="97"> 12 , 13 .

(src)="88"> Illustrate how a tactful use of the Scriptures may help Bible students to make progress .
(trg)="98"> Tatiola kʼai choa̱ josʼin si̱chjén je Énle Niná kʼianga kuinyakoaa je chjota xi jetjíokotʼaya je Biblia .

(src)="89"> Like Priscilla , Aquila , and Apollos , we can be a blessing to others .
(trg)="99"> Tojo kisʼin je Priscila , Áquila kao Apolos , ñá kʼoati koa̱n kuinyakoaa je xíngiaa .

(src)="90"> When your encouragement helps an interested person overcome an obstacle to his spiritual progress , how do you feel ?
(trg)="100"> Jósʼe tokoán kʼianga binyakao je én xi nokjoakoaa je chjota xi síndosin xi tʼatsʼe Biblia nga tsínkui síkinjele je kjoa xi tífaʼatojin .

(src)="91"> Or as an elder , how do you feel when a fellow worshipper thanks you for Scriptural counsel that helped him or her through a difficult time ?
(trg)="101"> Kʼoa tsa je xi chjotajchínga sʼin tjío , jósʼe kon kʼianga jngo ndsʼee tsjoále kjoanda nga tsakasenkao je én xi tsakjákao kʼianga kjoa jaʼatojin .

(src)="92"> No doubt , using God’s Word to help others to improve their lives is a source of satisfaction and joy .
(trg)="102"> Kʼianga nichjén je Énle Niná nga binyakoaa xíngiaa kʼoa nga ʼyaa nga ngisa nda batio nʼio nda sʼe tokoán kʼoa nʼio tsjoa sʼená .

(src)="93"> * Notice how you might accomplish that goal .
(trg)="103"> * Kataʼyala jósʼin koa̱n kuinyakoaa xíngiaa .

(src)="94"> Regarding true worship and false , many Israelites in Elijah’s day were sitting on the fence .
(src)="95"> Elijah’s counsel to those people could help an indecisive Bible student who is holding back from making spiritual progress .
(trg)="104"> Kʼianga nichxinle Elías nʼio nkjín chjota israelita xi tsín be jokisʼin , a yaa koatiojin je relijión xi kixi axo yaa koatiojin relijión ndiso .

(src)="96"> ( Read 1 Kings 18 : 21 . )
(trg)="105"> Je kjoafaʼaitsjen xi kitsjoa je profeta Elías koasenkao je chjota xi jetjíokotʼaya Biblia , tonga xi sʼa jao tjíole , xi tsín ndi̱to̱n kʼoasʼín jmeni xi tso je Énle Niná ( tʼexkiai 1 Reyes 18 : 21 ) .

(src)="97"> Consider another situation : If an interested person fears the reaction of friends or family , you might strengthen his or her resolve to worship Jehovah by reasoning on Isaiah 51 : 12 , 13 . ​ — Read .
(trg)="106"> Kʼoa tikjaʼaitsjenlaije̱ jebi : kʼiatsa jngo chjota xi jemandosinle énle Niná tonga tsokjónle jmeni xi tso je miyole kʼoa tsa familiale , koaan kuisenkoai nga Jeobá katasíxále kʼianga koakolai jmeni xi tso ya Isaías 51 : 12 , 13 ( tʼexkiai ) .

(src)="98"> What will help you to recall Bible passages when you need them to help others ?
(trg)="107"> Jméni xi koasenkaoli nga kjoaʼaítsjenli jmeni xi tso je testo xi faʼaitʼa Biblia kʼianga kuisenkoai je chjota .

(src)="99"> Clearly , the Bible contains many words that can encourage , correct , or strengthen its readers .
(trg)="108"> Kjoaixiní kʼianga ya Biblia nʼio nkjín én faʼaitʼa je xi tsjoánganʼioná , xi síkixiyandaná kʼoa xi sítajaná kʼianga bʼexkiaa .

(src)="100"> But you may ask , ‘ How can I have scriptures at the ready when I need them ? ’
(trg)="109"> Tonga tsakui nichxin i̱sí : “ Jósʼian kʼianga kjitʼanangi kjoaʼaítsjenna je testo kʼianga koa̱nchjénna ” .