Lesson 7

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LESSON 7 (IRUẸMWIN NOGIHINRỌN)

HOW TO EDUCATE YOUR CHILD

“These words that I am commanding you today must be on your heart, and you must inculcate them in your sons”.-Deuteronomy 6:6, 7

VBENE U KHIAN YA MA OVBUẸ EMWI HẸ

 “Ghẹ miamia avbe uhi ne I viọ ne uwa ẹdẹnerẹ na, kevbe te uwa gha vbe ma ivbi uwa re’.-Diuteronomi 6:6,7

When Jehovah created the family arrangement, he put parents in charge of their children (Colossians 3:20). It is your responsibility as a parent to train your child to love Jehovah and to become a responsible adult (2Timothy 1:5; 3:15). You must also learn what is in the heart of your son or daughter. Of course, your own example is very important. You can best teach Jehovah’s Word to your child if you first put in your own heart. – Psalm 40:8.
 
Vbe ẹghẹ ne Jehova ya ru emwamwa ẹgbẹe, irẹn keghi rhie asẹ ne evbibiemọ ne iran ya gha gbaroghe ivbiran (Kọlose 3:20). Uwẹ ẹre ọ bi yọre egbe zẹvbe evbibiemọ ne u ya ma ovbuẹ re nọ hoẹmwẹ Jehova kevbe nọ waan rre zẹvbe ọmwa nọ rẹn enegbe (2 Timoti 1:5; 3:15). Te u gha vbe rẹn emwi nọ rre ekhọe  ọghe ovbuẹ. Vbene ẹmwata, igiemwi ọghuẹ keghi re emwi ne kpataki. Odẹ nọ ghi maan sẹ ne u gha ya ma ovbuẹ emwi vbekpae Jehova, ọre ne uwẹ ka ma egbe uwẹ re nẹ-Psalm 40:8.

 

 


 

SECTION 1 (ABỌ NOKARO)

MAKE IT EASY FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO TALK TO YOU

“WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “Be quick to listen, slow to speak” (James 1:19). You want your children to feel that they can talk to you freely. They must know that you are ready to listen when they need to speak. Create a peaceful environment so that they will find it easy to express themselves (James 3:18). If they think that you will be harsh or judgemental, they may not be truly open with you. Be patient with your children, and frequently assure them of your love (Matthew 3:17; 1Corinthians 8:1).

KIE ẸKPOTỌ YỌ NE IVBUẸ GHA GU RUẸ GUAN VBE ẸGHẸ KE ẸGHẸ

 EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Uwa ghi gha re ne ọ drherhe danmwehọ ẹmwẹ, sokpan nẹi rherhe guan” (Jems 1:19). Ọ khẹke ne ivbuẹ sẹtin gha gu ruẹ guan vbe ẹghẹ. Te u gha gie iran rẹn wẹẹ u muegbe ne u ya danmwehọ, vbe ẹghẹ ke ẹghẹ ne iran khian ya gu ruẹ guan. Gha ru emwi nọ gha gua iran kpa ya sẹtin fannọ otọ ẹko iran ma ruẹ (Jems. 3:18). Iran gha roro ẹre wẹẹ, u gha van mu iran, ra u gha gu iran gui, iran I ghi ta ẹmwata ma ruẹ. Gha mwẹ iziengbe vbe iran gha gu ruẹ guan, kevbe gha tama iran vbe ẹghẹ hia wẹẹ u hoẹmwẹ iran.- Matiu 3:17; 1 Kọrinti 8:1.

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Be available when your children need to talk.

 

Have conversations with your children regularly, not just when there are problems.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Gha mwẹ ẹghẹ ne iran vbe iran gha khian gu ruẹ guan.

 

Gha gu ivbuẹ ziro vbe ẹghẹ hia, ẹi re vbe ẹghẹ ne ọlọghọmwa ya de rre ọkpa.

 

SECTION 2 (ABỌ NOGIEVA)

TRY TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY REALLY MEAN

“WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “The one who shows insight in a matter will find success” (Proverbs 16:20). Sometimes you will have to look beyond your children’s words to understand their true feelings. It is common for young people to exaggerate or to say things they do not really mean. “When anyone replies to a matter before he hears the facts, it is foolish” (Proverbs 18:13). Do not be quick to get upset. – Proverbs 19:11.

HIA NE U RẸN OTỌRE EMWI NE IRAN HOO NE IRAN TA

 EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Gha danmwehọ emwi ne a ma ruẹ re, ọ gha dunna nuẹ” (Itan 16:20). Ugbẹnso, te ọ khẹke ne u rẹn otọ emwi ne iran khian ta, ẹi e vbene iran ya tae, ne u mieke na rẹn emwi nọ gele rre iran ekhọe. Emwi nọ wag u igbama obọ ro nọ, ne iran gha fian ba ẹmwẹ, ugbẹnso iran keghi ta ẹmwẹ eso nẹi te gele rre iran orhiọn. “Gha danmwehọ ẹmwẹ nẹ, u kegha rhie ewanniẹ, yọ, adeghẹ ẹi re vberriọ, te u ru emwi ọzuọ” (Itan 18:13). Ghẹ giẹ ohu rherhe gha muẹn.- Itan 19:11.

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Be resolved not to interrupt or overreact, no matter what your children say.

 

Try to remember how you felt at their age and what seemed important to you.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Ẹi mwẹ vene ọ khian wegbe sẹ hẹ ighẹ ẹmwẹ ne ivbuẹ tae, hia ne u ghẹ fian ẹmwẹ ye iran unu vbe iran gha gu ruẹ guan kevbe wẹẹ, ghẹ vbe mu ohu gberra egbe.

 

Hia ne u yerre vbene ekhọe ruẹ ghaa ye hẹ vbe ẹghẹ ne u nag ha re igbama vbene iran ye, kevbe emwi nọ ghaa yẹẹ ruẹ vbe ẹghẹ nii.


 

SECTION 3 (ABỌ NOGIEHA)

PRESENT A UNITED FRONT

“WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “Listen, my son, to the discipline of your father, and do not forsake the instruction of your mother” (Proverbs 1:8). Jehovah has given authority over children to both father and mother. You must teach your children to respect and obey you (Ephesians 6:1-3).

GIE IVBI UWA GHA DẸGHE ẸRE WẸẸ UWA MWẸ AKUGBE

 EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Ovbimwẹ, u ghi gha danmwehọ ẹmwẹ ne erha kevbe iyuẹ tama ruẹ” (Itan 1:8). Erha ọmọ vbe iye ọmọ ẹre Jehova rhie asẹ na nọ gbaroghe emọ. Te u gha ma ivbuẹ re ne iran gha rhie ọghọ nuẹ kevbe ne iran vbe gha họn ẹmwẹ nuẹ. (Ẹfisọs 6:1-3).

Children can sense if their parents are not “completely united in the same mind” (1 Corinthians 1:10). If you disagree, try not to do so in front of your children because this could undermine their respect for you as parents.
Adeghẹ evbibiemọ i na mwẹ iziro ọkpa, emọ ne iran biẹ gha rẹn (1 Kọrinti 1:10). Uwa hia ne uwa ghẹ gha muan ẹmwẹ vbe odaro ivbi uwa, rhumwuda deghẹ uwa na ru vberriọ, ẹkpẹn ne egbe uwa ẹre uwa yae mu fua zẹvbe evbibiemọ
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Discuss and agree on how you will discipline your children.

 

If you and your mate have a different opinion on how to train your children, try to see your mate’s point of view.

EMWI NE U GHA SẸTIN RU:

Uwa koko tae vbene uwa khian ya gha gbe ivbi uwa hin ọkhọ rre hẹ.

 

Adeghẹ ọ ma gu egbe ro ighẹ ẹmwẹ ne uwẹ vbe ọmwa ne uwa gba rrọọ vbe orọmwẹ tae vbe nọ dekaan vbene uwa khian ya ma ivbi uwa emwi hẹ, u ghi hia ne u rẹn evbọzẹ na mwẹ egbe iziro vberriọ.

 


 

SECTION 4 (ABỌ NOGIENẸN)

HAVE A PLAN

“WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS: “Train a boy in the way he should go” (Proverbs 22:6). Successful education of your children will not happen by accident. You need a training plan, which includes disciplining your children (Psalm 127:4; Proverbs 28:17).

UWA RU EMWAMWA YOTỌ

 EMWI NE BAIBOL KHARE: “Ma ọmọ vbene ọ gha yin hẹ” (Itan 22:6). Ne u sẹtin musọe vbe odẹ ne u ya ma ivbuẹ emwi, i re iwinna ẹdẹ ọkpa. Ọ khẹke ne uwa gha mwẹ emwamwa ne uwa lele, usun emwamwa nii, ọre nag ha gbe emọ hin ọkhọ rre (Psalm 127:4; Itan 29:17).

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Make sure that your children see God as a real Person whom they can trust

EMWI NE GHA SẸTIN RU:

Gia miẹn wẹẹ, u ru iyobọ ne ivbuẹ ya gha ghee Osanobua zẹvbe ọmwa nọ gele rrọọ ne iran gha sẹtin mu ẹtin yan.

Discipline does not simply mean punishment, but it involves helping your children to understand the reasons behind the rules (Proverbs 28:7). Also, teach them to love Jehovah’s Word and to discern its principles (Psalm 1:2). This will help them develop a healthy conscience (Hebrews 5:14).
Na gbe ọmwa hin ọkhọ rre ma wa rhiema wẹẹ te a khian wag ha rrie ọmwa oya, sokpan ọ keghi dekaan ne u gha ru iyobọ ne ivbuẹ ne iran rẹn evbọzẹ nọ na khẹke ne iran lele uhi na rhie yotọ ne ivbuẹ ne iran rẹn evbọzẹ nọ na khẹke ne iran lele uhi na rhie yotọ (Itan 28:7). Deba ọni, u ghi vbe ma iran re ne iran gha mwẹ ẹkorhiẹnrhiẹnmwẹ daa ẹmwẹ ọghe Jehova kevbe ne iran rẹn ilele ọghẹe (Psalm 1:2). Ọna gha ya iran gha mwẹ ekhọe ọguọmwaziro nọ huanrẹn (Hibru 5:14).
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Help them learn to identify and avoid moral dangers, such as those found on the Internet and social networks. Teach them how to avoid sexual predators.

EMWI NE GHA SẸTIN RU:

Ru iyobọ ne iran ya dẹghe ẹre kevbe ne iran lẹẹ nẹ, ighẹ ẹbe nọ rre avbe uyinmwẹ esakan na miẹn vbe Itanẹt kevbe avbe ako ni rre itanẹt ne a nag u emwa muobọ. Ma iran re vbene iran khian ya lẹẹ ne emwa ni mu ọmwa yagha hẹ.

JEHOVAH WILL REWARD YOUR EFFORTS

As a parent, you have a special assignment, to teach your child how Jehovah thinks (Ephesians 6:4). Jehovah knows that this is a lot work, but you can be sure that the outcome will bring praise to God and will give you great joy (Proverbs 23:4).

E JEHOVA GHA FIANGBE UWA YE ẸRHIỌN NE UWA LOO

Zẹvbe evbibiemọ, uwa keghi mwẹ iwinna ne kataki na mu ye uwa obọ, ọni ọre ne uwa gha ma ivbi uwa re ne iran gha mwẹ egbe iziro ne Jehova mwẹ (Ẹfisọs 6:4). E Jehova rẹnrẹn wẹẹ ọna i re iwinna kherhe, sokpan uwa gha sọyẹnmwẹ ẹsẹsẹmwẹse (Itan 23:24).

ASK YOURSELF…

How can I make sure that my child can talk to me about anything?

 

What can I learn from the way other parents are raising their children?

NỌ EGBUẸ WẸẸ…

De emwi ne I khian ru nọ gha ya ovbi mwẹ gha gu mwẹ guan vbekpa emwi ke emwi?

 

De emwi ne I khian miẹn ruẹ ve odẹ ne evbibiemọ ọvbehe ya koko ivbiran?

 

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