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CLASS 6 (UGHA NOGIEHAN)

INTRODUCTION

YOUR FAMILY CAN BE HAPPY

In these critical times when marriage and family are under attack, is it possible to be happy as a family? This is not a simple matter. But there is help available. Even though this class is not a complete marriage matter, it highlights solid Bible principles and practical suggestions. If applied properly, these will contribute to the happiness of your family.

Ẹgbẹe Ruẹ Gha Sẹtin Gha Mwẹ Oghọghọ

Rhunmwuda ẹghẹ wegbe ne ima ye na, ne orọnmwẹ kevbe ẹgbẹe nibun na wa werriẹ aro daa ọlọghọmwa, a gha ye sẹtin gha mwẹ oghọghọ vbuwe ẹgbẹe ra? Ọna I zẹdẹ khuẹrhẹ Sokpan a gha sẹtin miẹn iyobọ. Agharhemiẹn wẹẹ ẹi re adia hia nọ dekaan orọnmwẹ ẹre ọ rre ugha na sokpan ọ keghi rhiẹre ladian avbe ilele nọ gia hẹnhẹn egbe yan ni rre uwu e Baibol kevbe avbe azẹvbiro nọ gha gia ya ru emwi. Adeghẹ u na yae ru emwi vbene ọ khẹke, ọ gha ru iyobọ ne ẹgbẹe ruẹ ya gha mwẹ oghọghọ.

 

 


 

LESSON 1 (IRUEMWIN NOKARO)

 

 

LOOK TO GOD FOR A HAPPY MARRIAGE

“The one who created them from the beginning made them male and female.”

(Matthew 19:4)

 

 

 

Lele Adia Ọghe Osanobua Ne Orọnmwẹ Ruẹ Mieke Na Gha Mwẹ Oghọghọ

 

 

“Vbe omuhẹn, ayi ne ọ yi ọmwa, yi iran ọdọ vbe anwẹ”. (Matiu 19:4)

 
Jehovah* God performed the first marriage. The Bible tells us that the made the first woman and “brought her to the man”. Adam was so happy that he said: “This is at last bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh”. (Genesis 2:22, 23) Jehovah still wants married people to be happy.
Osanobua ne Jehova* ẹre ọ ku ọdọ vbe amwẹ nokaro kugbe vbe orọnmwẹ. E Baibol khama ima wẹẹ Osanobua ghi yi okhuo nokaro nẹ, ‘ọ na rhiẹre bu okpia gha dee’. Vbene Adam ghi ghọghọ sẹ ọ na kha wẹẹ” “A ghi he vbe miẹn ne ima gba re ọkpa, ugboloko na rhie vbe ugboloko mwẹ kevbe ifun na rhie vbe ifun mwẹ” (Gẹnẹsis 2:22, 23) E Jehova ye hoo ne emwa ni ru orọnmwẹ gha mwẹ oghọghọ.
 
When you get married, you may think that everything will be perfect. Realistically, though, even a husband and a wife who truly love each other will have some problems (1Corithains 7:28). In this class, you will find Bible principles that, if applied, can make your marriage and family happy (Psalm 19:8-11).
U gha wad a ru orọnmwẹ, u sẹtin gha roro wẹẹ erriọ khian wag ha rhiẹnrhiẹn khian: Sokpan ọghe ne ẹmwata, ọlọghọmwa eso gha rhiegbe ma, ẹi mwẹ vbene ọdọ vbe amwẹ nii gha hoẹmwẹ egbe sẹ hẹ. (1Kọrinti 7:28). Avbe ilele ọghe Baibol war re ebe ẹmu na, adeghẹ u na yae ru emwi, ọ gha ye orọnmwẹ ruẹ kevbe ẹgbẹe ruẹ gha mwẹ oghọghọ (Psalm 19:8-11).

 

 


 

SECTION 1 (ABỌ NOKARO)

ACCEPT THE ROLE JEHOVAH GAVE YOU

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: The Husband is the head of the family (Ephesians 5:23)

If you are a husband, Jehovah expects you to care for your wife tenderly. (1Peter 3:7). He made her as a complement of you, and he wants you to treat her with dignity and love (Genesis 2:18). You must love your wife so much that you are willing to put her interests ahead of your own (Ephesians 5:25-29).

 

If you are a wife, Jehovah expects you to respect your husband deeply and to help him fulfill his role (1Corinthians 11:3; Ephesians 5:33). Support his decisions and wholeheartedly cooperate with him (Colossians 318). When you do, you will be beautiful in the eyes of your husband and of Jehovah (1Peter. 3:1-6).

MIẸN ỌNRẸN YI IGHẸ UKPO NE JEHOVA MU RUẸ YI

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: Ọdọ ọre uhunmwuta ọghe ẹgbẹe.

 

Adeghẹ ọdọ ẹre u khin, e Jehova hoo ne u ye obọ tẹtẹtẹ gha mu ọvbokhan ruẹ (1Pita 3:7). Te irẹn yi ẹre zẹvbe ruẹ, kevbe irẹn vbe hoo ne u ye ọghọ kevbe ahoẹmwọmwa gha guẹ loo (Gẹnẹsis 2:18). Te u gha hoẹmwẹ ọvbokhan ruẹ sẹrriọ wẹẹ, u gha sinmwi ọghẹe u keg ha sinmwi ọghuẹ (Ẹfisọs 5:25-29).

 

Adeghẹ amwẹ ẹre u khin, e Jehova hoo ne u gha rhie ọghọ nọ dinmwi ne ọdafẹn ruẹ kevbe ne u vbe gha ru iyobọ nẹ, nọ mieke na sẹtin ru iwinna nọ bi ye ọre izabọ zẹvbe ọdọ (1Kọrinti 11:3, Ẹfisọs 5:33). Rhie obọ ba atamuolọnyan ọghẹ kevbe ne u ya ekhọe hia kuobọ gbe ba re. (Kọlose 3:18) U gha ru vberriọ, u ghi ye mnosee vbe odaro Osanobua kevbe ọdafẹn ruẹ (1Pita 3:1-6).

 
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Ask your mate how you can be a better husband or wife. Listen carefully, and do what you can to improve.

Be patient. It will take time for both of you to learn how to make each other happy.

 
EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Nọ ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ, emwi nu gha ru nọ gha ye uwa gha mwẹ oghọghọ sayọ. U ghi fẹko danmwehọ, kevbe u ghi vbe hia nu gha mwẹ alaghodaro vbe odẹ ne u ya yi

 

Gha mwẹ iziegbe. Ọ gha rhie ẹghẹ a te miẹn wẹẹ, uwa rẹn emwi ne uwa gha ru, nọ gha ye uwa gha mwẹ oghọghọ.

 

 

 

 

 


 

SECTION 2 (ABỌ NOGIEVA)

REALLY CARE ABOUT YOUR MATE’S FEELINGS

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS:

You need to look out for the interests of your marriage mate. (Philippians 2:3-4). Treat your mate as precious, remembering that Jehovah requires his servants to be “gentle toward all” (2Timothy 2:24). “Thoughtless speech is like the stabs of a sword, but the tongue of the wise is healing”. So choose your words carefully (Proverbs 12:18). Jehovah’s spirit will help you to speak with kindness and love (Galatians 5:22, 23; Colossians 4:6).

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: Ọ khẹke ne u gha daa ne ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ (Filipai 2:3, 4). Gha ye aro nọ ghaan ghee ẹre, kevbe ghẹ miamia wẹẹ, e Jehova hoo ne eguọmwadia ọghẹe hia gha re nọ ‘fuẹko vbe odaro emwa hia’ (2TImoti 2:24). “Te ẹmwẹ ekpọ balọ vbene a miẹn wẹẹ te a ye abẹ so ọmwa, sokpan ẹmwẹ nọ ke unu ọmwa ẹwaẹn ladian gha sẹtin mu ọmwa egbe rhaan”. Rhunmwuda ọni, u gha roro ẹmwẹ nẹ, u keg ha tae (Itan 12:18). Orhiọn nọhuanrẹn ọghe Jehova gha ru iyobọ nuẹ ya sẹtin gha guan zẹvbe ọmwa nọ mwẹ ekhọe esi kevbe ahoẹmwọmwa (Galatia 5:22, 23; Kọlose 4:6).
 
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Pray for help to remain calm and to keep an open mind before discussing serious matters with your mate.

Think carefully about what you will say and how you will say it.

EMWI NE GHA SẸTUN RU:

A te miẹn wẹẹ uwẹ ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ guan kaan emwi eso nọ ru ekpataki, u ghi na erhunmwu gie Osanobua nọ ru iyobọ nuẹ ya sẹtin fu ekhọe rre kevbe ne u gha mwẹ ekhọe nay a ghee emwi ẹse.

 

U ke ta ẹmwẹ, u ka gha roro ẹre ẹse, kevbe wẹẹ, u ka vbe roro ẹre vbene u gha ya mu ẹmwẹ nii ye owa hẹ.

 

 


 

SECTION 3 (ABỌ NOGIEHA)

 

 

 

THINK AS A TEAM

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS:

When you get married, you become “one flesh” with your mate (Matthew 19:5). But you are still two individuals and may have different opinions. So you need to learn to be united in your thoughts and feelings (Philippians 2:2). Unity is essential when making decisions. The Bible says: “By consultation, plans will succeed” (Proverbs 20:18). Let Bible principles guide you as you make important decision together (Proverbs 8:32, 33).

UWA GHA MWẸ IZIRO ỌKPA

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE:

U gha ru orọnmwẹ nẹ, “ọkpa” ẹre uwẹ vbe ọmwa ne uwa gba ru orọnmwẹ ghi khin (Matiu 19:5) Sokpan orhunmwu eva ẹre uwa ye khin kevbe uwa I khian wag ha roro emwi ghee obọ ọkpa. Rhunmwuda ọni, te ọ khẹke ne u rẹn emwi ne u gha ru, ne uwa mieke nag ha mwẹ iziro ọkpa kevbe amuroro ọkpa (Filipai 2:2). Emwi nọ ru ekpataki nọ ne u wa gha mwẹ akugbe vbe uwa gha ru atamuolọyan. E Baibol khare wẹẹ: ‘Adeghẹ a na si uhunmwu koko, emwamwa ghi dunna’ (itan 20:18). Gie avbe ilele ni rre Baibol gha dia uwa vbe atamuolọyan ne kpataki ne uwa rhirhi koko ru (Itan 8:32, 33).

 

 
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Share your feelings with your mate, not just information or opinions

 

Consult with your mate before making commitments.

EMWI NE GHA SẸTIN RU:

Ẹi re iyẹn ọkpa ẹre u khian gha na ma ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ, ọ vbe khẹke ne u gha giẹ rẹn emwi ne u mu roro

 

A te miẹn wẹẹ u rhie obọ ye emwi ke emwi, ọ khẹke ne u ka gha muẹn ma ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ.

 
BE REALISTIC AND OPTIMISTIC

Do not expect perfection of yourself or of your mate (Psalm 103:14; James 3:2). Choose to focus on your mate’s good qualities. Be confident that Bible principles will work, and be patient (2Timothy 3:16). Jehovah will reward your efforts to follow his advice, and your marriage will become stronger year by year (Galatians 6:9).

YERRE WẸẸ ẸI GBA NE ỌMWA FO SOKPAN GHA MWẸ ILẸKẸTIN

Ghẹ yaro yọ wẹẹ ọ gha wa gba ne uwẹ for a ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ (Psalm 103:14; James 3:2). Gha rhie aro tua avbe akpa ni maan ọghe ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ. Gha mwẹ ọnrẹn vbe ilẹkẹtin wẹẹ, avbe ilele hia ni rre Baibol gha war u iyobọ ne ua ya musoẹ kevbe u ghi gha mwẹ iziengbe (2 Timoti 3:16). E Jehova gha fiangbuẹ deghẹ u na hia ne u lele avbe ibude ọghẹe kevbe wẹẹ, orọnmwẹ ruẹ do gha wegbe sayọ vbene ẹdẹ ya gbe (Galatia 6:9).

 
ASK YOURSELF…

Can my mate sense that I care for him or her more than myself?

 

What have I done today to show love and respect to my mate?

 
NỌ EGBUẸ WẸẸ…

Ọmwa ne ima gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ gha roro ẹre wẹẹ I hoẹmwẹ ọnrẹn sẹ vbene I hoẹmwẹ egbe mwẹ ra?

 

De emwi ne I he ru vbe ẹrẹna, ne I ya rhiẹre ma ọmwa ne ima gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ wẹẹ I hoẹmwẹ ọnrẹn kevbe wẹẹ I vbe rhie ọghọ nẹ?

 

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