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(src)="1"> Serving Jehovah With All Seriousness
(trg)="1"> Nˈoktuˈunëm tukëˈëyë mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën

(src)="2"> “ Make sure of the more important things . ” ​ — PHIL .
(trg)="2"> “ May witstë mä tëgekyë [ . . . ] diˈibë nitëjkëp ja mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën . ”
(trg)="3"> ( FILI .

(src)="3"> 1 : 10 .
(trg)="4"> 4 : 8 )

(src)="4"> 1 , 2 .
(trg)="5"> 1 , 2 .

(src)="5"> What has caused many in this world to have a frivolous view of life , prompting what questions ?
(trg)="6"> ¿ Tiko mayë jäˈäy jëjpˈam tpëjtäˈäktë xondakën , ets tijaty yajtëˈëwën jaˈäjtp ?

(src)="6"> WE LIVE in a world that is experiencing some of the most difficult and tragic times in human history .
(trg)="7"> NINÄˈÄNËM duˈunë naxwinyëdë jäˈäy tkawinguwäˈägë ayoˈon jotmay extëm tyam .

(src)="7"> For people who do not have a sound spiritual foundation , coping with these “ critical times hard to deal with ” can be nearly impossible .
(trg)="8"> Jantsy tsip nimëjää xëë tiempë nyaxy ets “ ayoˈon mëët ” .
(trg)="9"> Ets mayë jäˈäy diˈib yajpattëp jagam mëdë Dios kyaj tnijawëdë wiˈix twinguwäˈägëdët ( 2 Tim .

(src)="8"> Only their own fortitude gets them through each day ​ — with limited success .
(trg)="10"> 3 : 1 - 5 ) .
(trg)="11"> Jyatuundëbë mëjää , per tsip nimëjää tmëmadäˈäktët .

(src)="9"> In an effort to avoid taking life too seriously , many turn to the constant flow of amusements of the entertainment world .
(trg)="12"> Pääty mayë jäˈäy tˈëxtäˈäytyë naybyudëkë mä xondakën diˈib jaˈäjtp yä naxwiiny parë tjäˈäytyëgoyäˈändë yˈamay jyotmay .

(src)="10"> To cope with the stresses of life , people often put the desire for pleasures in first place .
(trg)="13"> Parë mayë jäˈäy twinguwäˈägë yˈamay jyotmay , yëˈë jëjpˈam pyëjtaktëbë xondakën .

(src)="11"> If not careful , Christians could easily get caught up in this way of living .
(trg)="14"> Ets pën kyaj nyaygyuentˈatëdë Dios mëduumbë mbäät ok nyayjäˈäwbyäädëdë ko nanduˈunë jyukyˈäjtënë dyajnëjkxtë .

(src)="12"> How can we avoid that ?
(trg)="15"> Pääty , ¿ wiˈix mbäät nnaygyuentˈäjtëm ?

(src)="13"> Would it require that we be serious all the time ?
(trg)="16"> ¿ Yëˈë duˈun yˈandijpy ko njëjpkudijëtyaˈayëm tukëˈëyë xondakën diˈib jaˈäjtp ?

(src)="14"> How do we strike a balance between pleasures and responsibilities ?
(trg)="17"> ¿ Wiˈix mbäät nmoˈoyëmë lyugäär duˈun ja xondakën ets duˈun tijaty nikëjxmˈäjtëm extëmë Dios mëduumbë ?

(src)="15"> What Scriptural principles should guide us , so that while we are sober about life , we do not take ourselves too seriously ?
(trg)="18"> ¿ Ti käjpxwijën diˈib mä Biiblyë mbäät xypyudëjkëm parë nˈijxëm tijaty yajmëjpëjtäˈägäämp ets nwinmäˈäyëm kijpxënbyaaty ?

(src)="16"> Being Serious in a World That Loves Pleasure
(trg)="19"> Nˈokjukyˈäjtëm mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën oyë jäˈäy tmëjpëjtäˈäktë xondakën

(src)="17"> 3 , 4 .
(trg)="20"> 3 , 4 .

(src)="18"> How do the Scriptures help us to value the need for being serious ?
(trg)="21"> ¿ Diˈibatyë käjpxwijën xyˈanmäˈäyëm ko jëjpˈam ets nyaˈijxëmë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën ?

(src)="19"> Needless to say , this world places undue importance on ‘ love of pleasure . ’
(trg)="22"> Jotmaymyëët njënäˈänëm ko naxwinyëdë jäˈäy yëˈëyë wyinmäˈänyˈäjttëp “ ja xik awëˈkëk ” o xondakën ( 2 Tim .
(trg)="23"> 3 : 4 ) .

(src)="20"> Its emphasis on having a good time can be a threat to our spirituality .
(trg)="24"> Tyäˈädë kajaa kyujotmayëty mët ko mbäät xytyukmëjagamgakëmë Jyobaa ( Pro .

(src)="21"> Thus , for good reason the apostle Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus also include counsel regarding the subject of seriousness .
(trg)="25"> 21 : 17 ) .
(trg)="26"> Päätyë Pablo ojts tˈanëëmë Tito tiko naty jyëjpˈamëty ets jyukyˈatët mët ja mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën .

(src)="22"> Applying that counsel will help us to counteract the world’s frivolous view of life . ​ — Read 1 Timothy 2 : 1 , 2 ; Titus 2 : 2 - 8 .
(trg)="27"> Tyäˈädë yëˈë xypyudëjkëm parë kyaj nmëjpëjtakëmë xondakënë extëmë naxwinyëdë jäˈäy ( käjpxë Titʉ 2 : 2 - 8 ) .

(src)="23"> Centuries earlier , Solomon wrote about the value of forgoing pleasures at times in order to take life seriously .
(trg)="28"> Salomón nan ojts tkujayë ko tsojkëp ets njëjpkudijëm näˈätyë xondakën parë nduˈunëm diˈib mas jëjpˈam ( Ecl .

(src)="24"> Indeed , because of the shortness of life , we need to ‘ exert ourselves vigorously ’ to attain salvation .
(trg)="29"> 3 : 4 ; 7 : 2 - 4 ) .
(trg)="30"> Pes extëm nnijäˈäjëm , jantsy konë tyäˈädë jukyˈäjtën ets tsojkëp nduˈunëm mëk ja mëjää parë nbatëm ja nitsokën ( Luk .
(trg)="31"> 13 : 24 ) .

(src)="25"> To that end , we need to keep considering all the things that are of “ serious concern . ”
(trg)="32"> Päätyën tsyekyëty nmäˈäy nwijtsëm tukëˈëyë “ diˈibë nitëjkëp ja mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën ” ( Fili .
(trg)="33"> 4 : 8 , 9 ) .

(src)="26"> That means giving careful attention to every facet of Christian life .
(trg)="34"> O ja tuk peky njënäˈänëm , tsojkëp nˈijxëm yajxon wiˈixën mbäät jyukyˈaty tuˈugë Dios mëduumbë .

(src)="27"> What is one area of life that we should take seriously ?
(trg)="35"> ¿ Ti diˈib mbäädë Dios mëduumbë tmëjpëjtäˈäktë ?

(src)="28"> For example , in imitation of Jehovah and Jesus , Christians take seriously their responsibility to work hard .
(src)="29"> As a result , they are often praised for their good work ethic and dependability .
(trg)="36"> Extëm nˈokpëjtakëm , yëˈë Dios mëduumbëty myëjpëjtaktëbë tyuunk yˈayoˈon , duˈun extëmë Jyobaa mëdë Jesus ( Fwank 5 : 17 ) .

(src)="30"> Especially are family heads concerned about working hard to support their families .
(trg)="37"> Päätyë jäˈäy myëjkumayëdë mët ko tyuumbëjäˈäyˈattë ets ko oy tijaty ttundë .

(src)="31"> After all , not providing materially for one’s household is tantamount to having “ disowned Jehovah ” ! ​ — 1 Tim . 5 : 8 , ftn .
(trg)="38"> Yëˈë uˈunkteety yëˈë patëp mëk tyunët , pes pën kyaj nyaytyukjotmaytyunyëty ja fyamilyë “ tëëdën tˈëxtijy ja mëbëjkën ” diˈib nyapatypy extëmxyëp tjëjpkudijë Jyobaa ( 1 Tim .
(trg)="39"> 5 : 8 ) .

(src)="32"> A Serious yet Joyful View of Our Worship
(trg)="40"> Nˈokmëduˈunëmë Dios mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën per mëdë xondakën

(src)="33"> How do we know that we should take seriously our worship of Jehovah ?
(trg)="41"> ¿ Wiˈix nnijäˈäjëm ko tsojkëbë Jyobaa nmëduˈunëm mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën ?

(src)="34"> Jehovah has never taken true worship lightly .
(trg)="42"> Nuˈun kujkë tiempë nyaxy , Jyobaa xëmë tˈawixy ets nmëduˈunëm mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën .

(src)="35"> As an example , under the Mosaic Law , the Israelites experienced severe consequences when they veered from their worship of Jehovah .
(trg)="43"> Pääty , ko ja israelitë tkamëmëdoodë ja anaˈamën diˈib yajmooytyë , Jyobaa kyaj yaˈˈawäˈätspëtsëëmëdë mä naty jam tkumëdowdë ( Jos .

(src)="36"> In the first century C.E . , Christ’s followers needed to put up a vigorous fight to keep true worship free of corrupt teachings and attitudes .
(trg)="44"> 23 : 12 , 13 ) .
(trg)="45"> Mä ja apostëlëtëjk jyukyˈäjttë , ojts yaˈˈanëëmëdë ja Dios mëduumbë ets mëk nyaygyuentˈatëdët parë kyaj nyinaxëdët ja axëëkpë jäˈäyˈäjtën ets parë kyaj dyajtëkëdët ja tukniˈˈijxënë diˈib kyaj tyëyˈäjtënëty ( 2 Fwank 7 - 11 ; Diˈibʉ Jat .
(trg)="46"> 2 : 14 - 16 ) .

(src)="37"> Today , true Christians continue to take their worship seriously . ​ — 1 Tim .
(trg)="47"> Ets axtë tyambäät duˈunyëmë Jyobaa xyˈanmäˈäyëm ets nmëduˈunëm mëdë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën ( 1 Tim .

(src)="38"> 6 : 20 .
(trg)="48"> 6 : 20 ) .

(src)="39"> How did Paul prepare for his ministry ?
(src)="40"> Our field ministry is a source of joy .
(trg)="49"> ¿ Wiˈixë Pablo nyayjëjpˈijxë parë ttuunyë Diosë tyuunk ?

(src)="41"> However , in order to maintain joy in the ministry , we need to give it serious thought and advance preparation .
(trg)="50"> Ko nduˈunëmë Diosë tyuunk , xymyoˈoyëm mëjwiin kajaa jotkujkˈäjtën .

(src)="42"> Paul explained how he took into consideration the people he taught .
(trg)="51"> Pääty pën xëmë nmëdatäˈänëmë tyäˈädë jotkujkˈäjtën , tsojkëp nmëjpëjtakëmë tyäˈädë tuunk ets kontiempë niˈëxpëjkëm wiˈix ndunäˈänëm .

(src)="43"> He wrote : “ I have become all things to people of all sorts , that I might by all means save some .
(trg)="52"> Extëmë apostëlë Pablo xëmë tmëdäjty wyinmäˈänyoty pënaty myëtmaytyäˈägan , yëˈë jyënany : “ Nandëˈënëts nnaybyëjtaˈagyëty extëm yëˈëjëty , es dëˈën näägëty nyitsoˈoktët .

(src)="44"> But I do all things for the sake of the good news , that I may become a sharer of it with others . ”
(trg)="53"> Ndunyëts dëˈën tëgekyë tyäˈädë mët yëˈëgyëjxm ja oybyë ayuk , es dëˈën diˈibë myëdoodëp pyäädëdët tiˈigyë mët ëj ja nitsokën ” ( 1 Kor .
(trg)="54"> 9 : 22 , 23 ) .

(src)="45"> Paul found pleasure in helping people spiritually , and he gave serious thought to how he would provide for the specific needs of his listeners .
(trg)="55"> Tyäˈädë apostëlë tyukxondak mëjwiin kajaa ko tpudëjkë ja jäˈäyëty ets pyawinmääy wiˈix mbäät tpudëkë niduˈuk niduˈuk .

(src)="46"> Thus , he was able to give them encouragement and incentive to worship Jehovah .
(trg)="56"> Duˈuntsoo tmëjämooytyë parë tmëdundëdë Jyobaa .

(src)="47"> ( a ) What should be our attitude toward the people we teach in our ministry ?
(trg)="57"> 1 ) ¿ Wiˈix mbäät nmëjpëjtakëmë Diosë tyuunk ko nyaˈëxpëjkëm ?

(src)="48"> ( b ) How may conducting a Bible study contribute to a joyful ministry ?
(trg)="58"> 2 ) ¿ Tiko mëjwiin kajaa xymyoˈoyëmë jotkujkˈäjtën ko nyaˈëxpëjkëmë jäˈäy ?

(src)="49"> How serious was Paul about his ministry ?
(trg)="59"> Pablo myëjpëjtakë Diosë tyuunk .

(src)="50"> He was willing to “ slave ” both for Jehovah and for those who would listen to the message of truth .
(trg)="60"> Ets axtë naybyëjtakë extëm tuˈugë tuumbë juybyë parë tmëduunyë Jyobaa ets ja jäˈäyëty diˈib myëtmaytyak ( Rom .
(trg)="61"> 12 : 11 ; 1 Kor .
(trg)="62"> 9 : 19 ) .

(src)="51"> When we take on the responsibility to teach people God’s Word ​ — either during a home Bible study , a Christian meeting , or a Family Worship session — ​ do we sense our responsibility toward those we are teaching ?
(trg)="63"> Ëtsäjtëm nan nikëjxmˈäjtëm tyam ets ndukniˈˈijxëmë Diosë yˈAyuk .
(trg)="64"> Extëm ko nyaˈëxpëjkëmë jäˈäy mä jyëën tyëjk , ko nyajnäjxëm tuˈugë diskursë o ko nDiosˈawdäjtëm mëdë Familyë .

(src)="52"> Perhaps we feel that conducting a regular Bible study is too much of a burden for us to take on .
(trg)="65"> ¿ Njaygyujkëm yajxon tidën nikëjxmˈäjtëm ko ndukniˈˈijxëm ?

(src)="53"> Granted , it usually calls for taking time from our personal pursuits and devoting that time to helping others .
(trg)="66"> Näˈäty mbäät nwinmäˈäyëm ko mëk nyaˈëxpëjkëmë jäˈäy sëmään sëmään , pes tsojkëp njuˈtëmë tiempë mä nmëdäjtëm ja tuunk ayoˈon .

(src)="54"> But is that not in the spirit of Jesus ’ words that “ there is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving ” ?
(trg)="67"> Per ¿ ti kyaj Jesus jyënany ko “ niˈigë njotkujkˈäjtëm ko wiink jäˈäy nbudëjkëm es kyaj ko wiink jäˈäy xypyudëjkëm ” ?
(trg)="68"> ( Apos .

(src)="55"> Personally teaching others the way to salvation will bring us happiness that cannot be compared with any other activity .
(trg)="69"> 20 : 35 . )
(trg)="70"> Duˈunë duˈun , mëjwiin kajaa nëjkxë jotkujkˈäjtënë xymyoˈoyëm ko ndukniˈˈijxëmë jäˈäy ja nëˈë tuˈu diˈib xyajnitsoˈogäˈänëm .

(src)="56"> 9 , 10 . ( a ) Does being serious mean that we cannot relax and enjoy spending time with people ?
(trg)="71"> 9 , 10 .

(src)="57"> Explain . ( b ) What will help an elder to be encouraging and approachable ?
(trg)="72"> 1 ) ¿ Tëyˈäjtën ko diˈib myëdäjtypyë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën kyaj mbäät xyondaˈaky ?

(src)="58"> Being serious does not mean that we cannot have a relaxing and enjoyable time with people .
(trg)="73"> Oknimaytyäˈäk .

(src)="59"> Jesus set the perfect example of taking time not only to teach but also to relax and develop meaningful relationships with others .
(trg)="74"> 2 ) ¿ Ti pudëkëdëbë mëjjäˈäytyëjk parë yˈitët ajiiky amëguˈuk ets yajmëwingonët ?

(src)="60"> Being serious also does not mean that we should always have an appearance of severity .
(trg)="75"> Ko nmëdäjtëm ja mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën kyaj yëˈë tˈandijy ko kyaj mbäät nxondakëm .

(src)="61"> Had Jesus had a stern , overly serious nature , people certainly would not have been drawn to him .
(trg)="76"> Jesus yäjk tuˈugë oybyë ijxpajtën , pes yëˈë kyaj jeˈeyë ojts dyaˈëxpekyë jäˈäy , nan jyuˈtë tiempë parë ojts pyoˈkxy ets käjpx maytyak mët ja jäˈäyëty ( Luk .
(trg)="77"> 5 : 27 - 29 ; Fwank 12 : 1 , 2 ) .

(src)="62"> Even children were comfortable with him .
(trg)="78"> Ets nan kyaj yëˈë tˈandijy ko kyaj mbäät nˈokxikënë .

(src)="63"> How can we imitate Jesus ’ balanced manner ?
(trg)="79"> Pes koxyëbë Jesus kyëxeˈky jantsy awäˈän o kyaj yˈëmay kyäjpxmayë , ¿ pënxyëp mëwingonanë ?

(src)="64"> Referring to an elder , one brother stated , “ He expects much from himself but never expects perfection from others . ”
(trg)="80"> Per yëˈë , kyaj duˈun jyaˈayˈajty , pes axtë ja ënäˈkuˈunk jantsy oy nyayjäˈäwëdë mët yëˈë ( Mar .
(trg)="81"> 10 : 13 - 16 ) .

(src)="65"> Can that be said of you ?
(trg)="84"> ¿ Mbäät nanduˈun myajnimaytyaˈaky ?

(src)="66"> It is proper to have some reasonable expectations of others .
(trg)="85"> Kyaj wiˈixëty ko nˈawijxëm ets ja nmëguˈukˈäjtëm ttunët diˈib mbäät tmëmadaˈaky .

(src)="67"> For example , children respond well when parents set reasonable goals and help the children to reach them .
(trg)="86"> Extëm nˈokpëjtakëm , ko tääk teety tˈanëëmëdë ja yˈuˈunk yˈënäˈk ti mbäät ttundë etsë net tpudëkëdë , ta ja uˈunk ënäˈk tpëjtäˈäktë jyot myëjää parë duˈun ttundë .

(src)="68"> Similarly , elders may encourage individuals in the congregation to grow spiritually and offer them specific suggestions on how to do so .
(trg)="87"> Nanduˈun jyaty mä naymyujkën , ko mëjjäˈäytyëjk tpudëkëdë niduˈuk niduˈuk ja nmëguˈukˈäjtëm ets tmoˈoytyë käjpxwijën wiˈix mbäät mas oy yˈittë mëdë Jyobaa , ta tkukäjpxëdë .

(src)="69"> Furthermore , when an elder has a balanced view of himself , he will have a warm and refreshing manner .
(trg)="88"> Yëˈë mëjjäˈäytyëjk tsojkëp ttundëdë mëjää parë kyaj nyaymyëjpëjtäˈägëdët , net yˈittët mas ajiiky amëguˈuk ets oypyënëty myëwingonëdët ( Rom .

(src)="70"> One sister said : “ I don’t want an elder to take everything as a joke .
(src)="71"> But if he is serious all the time , it is difficult to approach him . ”
(trg)="89"> 12 : 3 ) .
(trg)="90"> Tuˈugë nmëguˈukˈäjtëm jyënaˈany : “ Kyajts nˈoyjawët ko mëjjäˈäytyëjk tpëkët tijaty xiˈiky andaˈaky , per nan tsipxyëbëts nmëwingony diˈib kyaj yˈëmay kyäjpxmayë ” .

(src)="72"> Another said that she feels that some elders “ can be very intimidating because they have an extremely serious nature . ”
(trg)="91"> Ja tuˈuk jyënany ko näägë mëjjäˈäytyëjk ninuˈun “ kyaˈˈajiiky kyaˈˈamëguˈugëty ets ko tsëˈkëdëbë nmëguˈukˈäjtëm ” .

(src)="73"> Never would elders want to diminish the joyful view that all believers should have of their worship of Jehovah , “ the happy God . ” ​ — 1 Tim .
(trg)="92"> Seguurë nˈijtëm ko nituˈugë mëjjäˈäy tkatsojkënyëˈatët etsë myëguˈuktëjk diˈib myëduundë Jyobaa , tadë “ Diosë jotkujkpë ” nyayjawëdët mon tuk ( 1 Tim .

(src)="74"> 1 : 11 .
(trg)="93"> 1 : 11 , Traducción del Nuevo Mundo ) .

(src)="75"> Taking On Responsibility in the Congregation
(trg)="94"> Pënaty nyikëjxmˈataampy ja tuunk

(src)="76"> What does it mean to be “ reaching out ” in the congregation ?
(trg)="95"> ¿ Wiˈix dyaˈixyëty tuˈugë Dios mëduumbë ko nyikëjxmˈataampy ja tuunk ?

(src)="77"> When Paul encouraged the men in the congregation to strive to qualify for greater responsibility , his intention was not to encourage anyone to satisfy personal ambition .
(trg)="96"> Ko Pablo ojts tˈanëëmë ja yetyëjkëty parë niˈigyë tnikëjxmˈattët ja tuunk mä naymyujkën , kyaj yëˈë tmaytyäˈägany ets net myëjpëtsëmdët .

(src)="78"> Instead , he wrote : “ If any man is reaching out for an office of overseer , he is desirous of a fine work . ”
(trg)="97"> Yëˈë duˈun parë tyundët , pääty tˈanmääytyë : “ Pën ja pën [ tyunäˈäny ] mëbëjkpëtëjk kuentˈäjtpë , oyë tadë tuunk diˈibë tsyejpy ” ( 1 Tim .
(trg)="98"> 3 : 1 , 4 ) .

(src)="79"> “ Reaching out ” requires of Christian men that they develop a strong desire to work hard at acquiring needed spiritual qualities in order to serve their brothers .
(trg)="99"> ¿ Wiˈix tuˈugë Dios mëduumbë dyaˈixyëty ko tunäämp duˈun ?
(trg)="100"> Ko ttsojkënyëˈatët tyunäˈänët ets dyajnigëxëˈëgët ja oybyë jäˈäyˈäjtën parë tmëdunëdë myëguˈuktëjk .

(src)="80"> If a brother has been baptized at least one year and to a reasonable degree meets the Scriptural qualifications for ministerial servants outlined at 1 Timothy 3 : 8 - 13 , he can be recommended for appointment .
(trg)="101"> Yëˈë mëjjäˈäytyëjk mbäät tnigajpxy ets tuˈugë yetyëjk tyunët extëmë mëjjäˈäyë pyudëjkëbë , pën të yˈijnë tuk jëmëjt mä nyëbety ets pën kyuytyuumpy extëm jyënaˈanyë 1 Timotee 3 : 8 - 13 .

(src)="81"> Note that verse 8 specifically states : “ Ministerial servants should likewise be serious . ”
(trg)="102"> Nˈokˈijxëm ko bersikulo 8 yajxon tnigajpxy ko “ diˈibaty pyudëjkëdëp ja mëbëjkpëtëjkë kyuentˈäjtpëty , yëˈë diˈibë naymyayˈäjt naywyintsëˈkëp ” .

(src)="82"> 12 , 13 .
(trg)="103"> 12 , 13 .

(src)="83"> Describe ways young brothers may reach out for responsibility .
(trg)="104"> ¿ Ti mbäät ttundë mixyˈënäˈk parë niˈigyë yajtuunkmoˈoytyët mä naymyujkën ?

(src)="84"> Are you a serious baptized brother in your late teens ?
(trg)="105"> Mixyˈënäˈk , ¿ të mnëbajnë ets mmëjpëjtakypyë Diosë tyuunk ?

(src)="85"> There are several ways that you can reach out .
(trg)="106"> Pën jam myaˈkˈabajnë , ta kanäk peky diˈib mbäät xytyuny parë myajtuunkmoˈoyët mä naymyujkën .

(src)="86"> One is by improving your personal share in the field ministry .
(trg)="107"> Tuk peky , yëˈë ko mnëjkxët mas niˈigyë tëjkˈayeˈebyë .

(src)="87"> Are you the sort who enjoys working with brothers of all age groups in the field service ?
(trg)="108"> ¿ Mnëjkxp käjpxwäˈkxpë mëdë mëjjäˈäy mutsk jäˈäy ?

(src)="88"> Are you trying to find someone with whom you can study the Bible ?
(trg)="109"> ¿ Mˈëxtaabyë jäˈäy diˈib yˈëxpëkaambyë Biiblyë ?

(src)="89"> When you conduct a Bible study according to the suggestions given at Christian meetings , you will improve your teaching ability .
(src)="90"> Moreover , you will learn to have empathy for the one learning Jehovah’s ways .
(trg)="110"> Pën myaˈëxpejkypyë jäˈäy extëm nyaˈˈanmäˈäyëm mä naymyujkën , ta jantsy oy nëjkx mdukniˈˈixë ets nëjkxëp mnaybyëjtaˈagyëty duˈun extëm ja jäˈäy yaˈixy yajpääty .

(src)="91"> As your student begins to see the need for making changes , you will learn ​ — patiently and discreetly — ​ to help him to apply Bible principles .
(trg)="111"> Ets ko ja jäˈäy dyajtëgatsët ogäˈän ja jyukyˈäjtën , nëjkxëp xypyudëkë mëdë maˈkxtujkën ets tsuj yajxon parë tkuytyunët tijatyë Biiblyë nyiˈanaˈamëp .

(src)="92"> You young brothers can make yourselves available to older ones in the congregation , offering to assist them in any way possible .
(trg)="112"> ¿ Mˈawäˈänëbë naybyudëkë nmëguˈukˈäjtëm diˈib të myëjjäˈäyënë ?

(src)="93"> You can also show an interest in the appearance of the Kingdom Hall , helping to keep it clean and neat .
(trg)="113"> ¿ Mduump xondaˈakyˈää xondaˈakyjot ko wyaˈatsyë Tëjk mä nˈëxpëjkëm o ko yˈaˈoyë ?

(src)="94"> When you offer to help out in any way you can , your willing spirit gives evidence that you are serious about your ministry .
(trg)="114"> Pën mnibeˈtypyˈajtypy oytyim diˈibëtyë tuunk , ta xyaˈixëdët ko mjantsy myëjpëjtakypyë Diosë tyuunk .

(src)="95"> Like Timothy , you can learn to care genuinely for the needs of the congregation . ​ — Read Philippians 2 : 19 - 22 .
(trg)="115"> Jamyats ko mbäät mjäˈäyˈaty extëmë Timoteo diˈib kyuentˈäjt ja myëguˈuktëjk ets naytyukjotmaytyuunë ( käjpxë Filipʉs 2 : 19 - 22 ) .

(src)="96"> How can young brothers be “ tested as to fitness ” to serve in the congregation ?
(trg)="116"> ¿ Wiˈix “ jawyiin yaˈijxmatsy ” ja ënäˈktëjkëty mä naymyujkën ?

(src)="97"> Elders , be conscious of putting to work young brothers who are endeavoring to “ flee from the desires incidental to youth ” and who are pursuing “ righteousness , faith , love , peace , ” along with other serious traits .
(trg)="118"> 2 : 22 ) .
(trg)="119"> Ja tuunk diˈib yajtuknipëjktëp mä naymyujkën , yëˈë mëët “ jawyiin yaˈijxmatsy ” .

(src)="98"> By assigning them things to do in the congregation , they can be “ tested as to fitness ” to shoulder responsibility , so that their “ advancement may be manifest to all persons . ” ​ — 1 Tim .
(trg)="120"> Pën kyuytyuumpy yajxon tijaty yajtuknipëjkp , ta niˈamukë nëjkx “ tˈixtë ” wiˈix wyimbety ( 1 Tim .

(src)="99"> 3 : 10 ; 4 : 15 .
(trg)="121"> 3 : 10 ; 4 : 15 ) .

(src)="100"> Demonstrating Seriousness in the Congregation and the Family
(trg)="122"> Nˈokˈyaˈijxëmë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën mä naymyujkën ets mä jëën tëjk

(src)="101"> According to 1 Timothy 5 : 1 , 2 , how may we show seriousness in our view of others ?
(src)="102"> Seriousness includes according our brothers and sisters dignity .
(trg)="123"> Extëm jyënaˈanyë käjpxwijënë mä 1 Timotee 5 : 1 , 2 , ¿ wiˈix mbäät tuˈugë Dios mëduumbë dyaˈixyëtyë mayˈäjt wintsëˈkën mëdë myëguˈuktëjk ?