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LESSON 6 (IRUẸMWIN NOGIEHAN)

HOW BABIES CHANGE A MARRIAGE

“Sons are an inheritance from Jehovah”. – Psalm 127:3

VBENE ỌMỌ YA FI EMWI WERRIẸ HẸ VBE ORỌNMWẸ

 “E Nọyaẹnmwa ẹre ọ ye emọ ru ọmwa ẹse”.- Psalm 127:3

The birth of a baby can be both thrilling and overwhelming for a couple. As new parents, you may be surprised to find that most of your time and energy will be used to care for your baby. Lack of sleep along with emotional changes can put a strain on your relationship. Both you and your mate will have to make adjustments to care for your baby and to preserve your marriage. How can the Bible’s advice help you to deal with these challenges?
A gha da biẹ ọmọmọ, ọ keghi gbe ọmwa otiti, sokpan ẹi re iwinna kherhe ẹre ọ lelẹe khian. Ọ gha kpa uwa odin wẹẹ, ọmọ ne uwa da biẹ na, ẹre uwa ghi wa loo ẹghẹ hia kevbe ẹtin ne uwa mwẹ ya koko. Rhunmwuda ne uwa ghi na siosi ye ẹmwẹ ọmọ, uwa I khian ghi gha vbiẹ ẹse, kevbe ọna sẹtin ye egbe kan uwa ugbẹnso. Te uwẹ vbe ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ gha ru afiwerriẹ eso ne uwa mieke na sẹtin fgaroghe ọmọ ne uwa biẹ kevbe ne uwa ye hoẹmwẹ egbe zẹvbe ọdọ vbe amwẹ. De vbene ibude nọ rre Baibol khian ya ru iyobọ ne uwa hẹ ne uwa ya sẹtin guẹ suan ighẹ avbe isievẹn na?

 


 

SECTION 1 (ABỌ NOKARO)

UNDERSTAND HOW A BABY CHANGES YOUR LIFE

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “Love is patient and kind”. Also, love “does not look for its own interests, does not become provoded”. (1Corinthians 13:4, 5). As a new mother, you naturally focus your attention on your baby. However, your husband may begin to feel neglected, so do not forget that he too needs your attention. With patience and kindness, you can help him to feel needed and involved in caring for your child.

Ọ KHẸKE NE U RẸN VBENE ỌMOBỌ YA FI ARRỌỌ RUẸ WERRHIẸ HẸ

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Te ahoẹmwọmwa zin egbe emwi, ọ vbe mwẹ itohan”. Kevbe wẹẹ, “emwi I daẹ, egbe I kaẹn”. (1 Kọrinti 13:4, 5). Zẹvbe okhuo nọ da biẹ, emwi nọ khẹke nọ, ne u gha mwẹ ẹghẹ ne ọmọ ne u biẹ. Vbọrhirhighayehẹ, odafẹn ruẹ sẹtin vbe gha roro ẹre wẹẹ u I ghi mwẹ ẹghẹ ne irẹn, rhunmwuda ọnii, vbe gha mwẹ ọnrẹn vbe orhiọn wẹẹ te ọ khẹke ne u vbe gha mwẹ ẹghẹ nẹ. Fẹko mwẹ iziengbe, kevbe u ghi vbe kue nọ ru iyobọ nuẹ ya gha gbaroghe  ọmọ. Ẹghe nii, ẹi ghi roro wẹẹ te u yan irẹn fua.

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Fathers: Help your wife to care wife to care for the baby, even at night. Limit the amount of time you spend on other activities so that you can spend more time with your wife and your baby.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Avbe Erha Emọ: Gu ọvbokhan ruẹ gha gbaroghe ovbi uwa, uhiẹn vbe ẹghẹ asọ. Fiaẹn kanmwa, ẹghẹ ne u te loo ye emwi ọvbehe ne u mieke nag ha mwẹ ẹghẹ sayọ ne ọvbokhan ruẹ kevbe ovbuẹ

“You husbands… continue dwelling with them according to knowledge”. (1 Peter 3:7). Understand that your wife will spend most of her energy on your baby. She hs new resposniblities and may be stressed, exhausted, or even depressed. At times, she may even get upset with you, but try to remain calm, because “the one slow to anger is better than a mighty man”. (Proverbs 16:31). Show discernment, and give her the support she needs. Proverbs 14:29.
‘Uwa ne avbe ọdọ… gha mwẹ amuroro da iran’. (1 Pita 3:7). Ọ khẹke ne u rẹn wẹẹ te ọvbokhan ruẹ khian gha miẹn ẹsọn vbe ẹghẹ hia ya koko ọmọ ne uwa biẹ. Rhunmwuda iwinna ọghe ọgbọn na, nọ rre ọre izabọ, egbe sẹtin wọọ re, ra iro sẹtin ne u ko udu rre, rhunmwuda wẹẹ “ọmwa ne ọ ziengbe, ẹre ọ maan sẹẹ ne ọ hẹ ẹtin”. (Itan 16:32). U ghi gha loo azanmemwi, ne u fẹko rhie iyobọ ọ gualọ nẹ.- Itan 14:29.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Mothers: When your husband offers to help you with the baby, accept his help. If he does not do the task perfectly, do not criticize him, but kindly show him how to do it.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Avbe Iye Emọ: Adeghẹ ọdafẹn ruẹ nag ha hoo nọ ru iyobọ nuẹ ya gbaroghe ọmọ, u ghi miẹn ọnrẹn yi. Adghẹ ọ ma ru ẹre se vbene u gualọe yi, ghẹ guẹ gui, u ghi fẹko ma re.

 

SECTION 2 (ABỌ NOGIEVA)

STRENGTHEN YOUR RELATIONSHIP

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “They will become one flesh” (Genesis 2:24). Even though you have a new member in your family, remember that you and your mate are still “one flesh”. Make every effort to keep your relationship strong.

WA GIẸ WEGBE SAYỌ, IGHẸ AHOẸMWỌMWA NE UWA MWẸ DAA EGBE

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Iran ghi gha re ọkpa”. (Gẹnẹsis 2:24). Agharhemẹn wẹẹ uwa biẹ nẹ, ghẹ miamia wẹẹ “ọkpa” ẹre uwa ye khin”. Hia vbe odẹ ne u gie ahoẹmwọmwa ne uwa mwẹ da egbe gha wegbe sayọ.

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Do not forget to make time for just the two of you.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Uwa gha mwẹ ọnrẹn vbe orhuọn wẹẹ, ọ khẹke ne uwa eveva vbe gha mwẹ ẹghe ne egbe uwa.

Wives, be grateful for your husband’s help and support. Your expressions of appreciation can be “a healing” (Proverbs 12:18). Husbands, tell your wife how much you love and value her. Praise her for the way she cares for the family. – Proverbs 31:10, 28.
Avbe amwẹ, uwa gha gbọyẹmwẹ iyobọ ne ọdafẹn uwa rhie ne uwa. U ruẹse kẹkan na ta sẹtin ‘mu ọmwa egbe rhaan’ (Itan 12:18).  Avbe ọdọ, uwa gha tama amwẹ ọghe uwa vbene uwa hoẹmwẹ iran hẹ. Uwa gha tian iran ye iwinna ne iran ye ne ẹgbẹe.- Itan 31:10, 28.
 
“Let each one keep seeking, not his own advantage, but that of the other person”. (1 Corinthains 10:24). Always do what is best for your mate. As a couple, take the time to talk, commend, and listen to each other. Be unselfish when it comes to your sexual relationship.
“Ọ ma ke ne ọmwa wag ha rẹn ọghe enegbe ẹre ọkpa, ọ kere ne ọ vbe gha rẹn ọghe emwa ọvbehe”. (1 Kọrinti 10:24). Gha ru emwi nọ ghi maan sẹ ne ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ. Zẹvbe ọdọ vbe amwẹ, uwa gha gu egbe guan, uwa gha tian egbe uwa kevbe uwa ghi gha danmwehọ egbe. Uwa ghẹ gha mwẹ akhaẹn vbe ọ gha de ọghe na ru emwi ọdọ vbe amwẹ.
 
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Do little things that make your mate fell loved, such as sending a note or giving a small gift.

EMWI NE GHA SẸTIN RU:

Gie ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ rẹn wẹẹ u hoẹmwẹ ọnrẹn, a gha wẹẹ emwi kherhe ẹre u ru ne u ya rhiẹre ma, ọ sẹtin gha re wmwi na gbẹn gie ọmwa ra emwi kherhe na dẹ gie ọmwa.

 
Consider your mate’s needs. The Bible says: “Do not deprive each other except by mutual consent” (1 Corinthains 7:305). So discuss this subject honestly between the two of you. Your patience and understanding will strengthen your relationship.
Gha mwẹ amuroro daa ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ. E Baibol khare wẹẹ: “Wa ghẹ gha ya emwi hin egbe unu, sokpan a ma wẹẹ, uwa gba taẹ nẹ wẹẹ ne uwa ru vberriọ la omwa ẹghẹ eso” (1 Kọrinti 7:3-5). Rhunmwuda ọni, uwa wa koko tae zẹvbe ne uwa gualọe yi. Adeghẹ uwa nag ha mwẹ iziengbe kevbe amuroro, ọna gha ye ahoẹmwọmwa ne uwa mwẹ daa egbe wegbe sayọ.

 


 

SECTION 3 (ABỌ NOGIEHA)

 
TRAINING YOUR BABY

WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “From infancy you have known the holy writings, which are able to make you wise for salvation” (2Timothy 3:15).  Plan what you will do to teach your baby. He has an amazing ability to learn, even before he is born.

VBENE U KHIAN YA MA ỌMỌ NU BIẸ EMWI HẸ

EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “U vbe rha rẹn wẹẹ, ke ẹghẹ ọvbokhan ruẹ gha dee, u keghi wa rẹn Ebe nii, ne ọ sẹtin rhie nuẹn ighẹ ẹwaẹn nii ne ọ su ọmwa la imiẹfan” (2 Timoti 3:15). Mwamwaẹn yotọ emwi ne u gha ru ne u ya ma ọmọ nu biẹ emwi. Ọ keghi re emwi ọyunnua wẹẹ, uhiẹn vbe ọmọ gha he ye rre ẹko, te ọ sẹtin ruẹ emwi.

 
While still in the womb, your baby can recognize your voice and respond to your emotision. Read to him when he is still an infant. Even though he may not understand what you are reading, it can help him to enjoy reading when he is older.
Vbe ọ gha ye rre ẹko, ọ sẹtin rẹn deghẹ te uwa gui ra te uwa ghọghọ. Gha tie ebe ma rẹn vbe ọ gha ye rre ọmobọ. Agharhemiẹn wẹẹ irẹn i khian wa rẹn ototọ emwi ne u tie ma rẹn, ọna gha ru iyobọ nẹm nọ ya gha re ọmwa nọ tie ebe vbe ọ gha waan nẹ.
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Pray specificually for the wisdom to train your baby

 

Repeat key words and ideas to your baby so that he will begin learning early.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

U ghi nọ Osanobua nọ rhi ẹwaẹn nuẹ ne u ya sẹtin ma ovbuẹ emwi.

 

Gha ta ẹmwẹ ne u hoo nọ rẹn yangbe yangbe, nọ mieke na rherhe rẹn ọnrẹn.

Your baby is never too young to hear you talk about God. Let him hear you pray to Jehovah (Deuteronomy 11:19). Even when you play together, talk about the things that God has made (Psalm 78:3, 4). As your child grows up, he will sense your love for Jehovah and will learn to love him too.
Ghẹ ghee ọmọ ne u biẹ wẹẹ ọ kherhe gbe ne u gha sẹtin ma re emwi vbekpa Osanobua. Gha Sirria re na erhunmwu gie Jehova kevbe ne u giẹ gha họn (Diuteronomi 11:19). Uhiẹn vbe u gha guẹ ku, u gha guan kaan emwi ne Osanobu yi (Psalm 78:3, 4). Vbe ọ gha waan dee, ọ ghi miẹn vbene u hoẹmwẹ Jehova hẹ, kevbe irẹn ghi vbe gha hoo ne irẹn vbe hoẹmwẹ ọnrẹn.
A BABY CAN HAVE A GOOD EFFECT ON A MARRIAGE

In time, you and your mate will feel comfortable and confident as parents. Raising a child can make you more loving, patient, and kind. If you work together and support each other, having a baby will make your relationship stronger. The words of Psalm 127:3 can come true for you: “The fruit of the womb is a reward”.

Vbene ẹghẹ ya khian, uwẹ vbe ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ ghi do gha mwẹ ọnren vbe ilẹkẹtin wẹẹ evbibiemọ ni rẹn enegbe ẹre uwa khin. Ẹghẹ nay a koko ọmọ gha sẹtin ya ruẹ khain ọmwa nọ mwẹ ahoẹmwọmwa, iziengbe kevbe ekhọe itohan sayọ. Adeghẹ uwa nag ha mwẹ akugbe kevbe uwa nag ha ru iyobọ ne egbe, ọmọ ne uwa biẹ gha sẹtin ya ahoẹmwọmwa ne uwa mwẹ wegbe sayọ. Ẹghẹ nii, ẹmwẹ nọ rre ebe Psalm 127:3 ghi do mwẹ amusẹ vbe egbe uwa: ‘Afiangbe nọ sẹre ẹre emọ khin’.
ASK YOURSELF…

During the last week, what have I done to show that I am grateful for what my husband or wife does for the family.

Ke uzọla nọ gberra gha dee, vbia he ru ne I ya rhiẹre ma wẹẹ I gbọyẹmwẹ ye iwinna ne ọmwa ne ima gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ ye vbe ẹgbẹe ọghe ima?
When was the last time I talked with my mate about us instead of talking only about our baby?
Inu ẹghẹ ere ọ ghi ye na ne imẹ vbe ọmwa ne ima gba rrọọ vbe orọnmwẹ ghi ya ziro kugbe sẹ vbekpae ẹmwẹ nọ dekaan ima, na gha te ya miẹn wẹẹ ọghe ọmọmọ ọkpa ẹre ima wa guan kaan?

 

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