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Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – Gospel John 6:1-15

July 25 2021,

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Gospel – John 6:1-15

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1 Jesus went across the Sea of Galilee.

2 A large crowd followed him, because they saw the signs he was performing on the sick.

3 Jesus went up on the mountain, and there he sat down with his disciples.

4 The Jewish feast of Passover was near.

5 When Jesus raised his eyes and saw that a large crowd was coming to him, he said to Philip, “Where can we buy enough food for them to eat?”

6 He said this to test him, because he himself knew what he was going to do.

7 Philip answered him, “Two hundred days’ wages worth of food would not be enough for each of them to have a little.”

8 One of his disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, said to him,

9 “There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish; but what good are these for so many?”

10 Jesus said, “Have the people recline.” Now there was a great deal of grass in that place. So the men reclined, about five thousand in number.

11 Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted.

12 When they had had their fill, he said to his disciples, “Gather the fragments left over, so that nothing will be wasted.” 13 So they collected them, and filled twelve wicker baskets with fragments from the five barley loaves that had been more than they could eat

14 When the people saw the sign he had done, they said, “This is truly the Prophet, the one who is to come into the world.”

15 Since Jesus knew that they were going to come and carry him off to make him king, he withdrew again to the mountain alone.

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Dzonə̀ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 6:1-15

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

A fǝ̀’ǝ wu wwa,

1 Yesù a tuŋǝ ndzenǝ̀ nkyì fǝngwaŋǝ wu ma ǝ dzwi fǝfǝ Galili.

2 Nǝnǝ bǝ̀ zoŋǝ̀ nǝ̀ zhǝ wu mbǝ’ǝma bwo zǝ mǝ̀nyù mâ nghwe mu ma â kǝ fa’a nnu ngaŋǝ ghonǝ.

3 Yesù a ko’o nghǝ atyǝ shà mba nnunǝ wu bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝmǝ jwi.

4 Njwe nghwe Paska bǝ Dzusǝ̀ kǝ ti’i nku’u.

5 Ma Yesu kǝsǝ mmi myi nzǝ ngǝ nǝnǝ bǝ̀ kǝ yìi a mbwo zhǝ la, a biŋsǝ̀ Filibǝ̀ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ binǝ̀ zu mǝjyǝ li fǝ mǝ ku’u ndzǝ wwa wu?”

6 Yesù â swiŋǝ li a tsuŋǝ mǝ kwà’àrǝnǝ̀ Filibǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝma zhǝ nǝ atyǝmmbǝŋǝ zhi zhi anyù zu ma zhǝ bǝ fa’a.

7 Filibǝ̀ kwe a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ nkabǝ̀ two ngaŋǝ fà’à nǝ njwe nkɛrǝ̀ bya kàkǝ ku’u mǝ ngǝ boŋǝ ŋu nǝ wwa bî ndzwi tsuŋǝ nǝ̀ mǝnyentǝ̀ mǝjyǝ.”

8 Ŋù-dzǝ̀mǝ̀ yi wi mò’o ma ǝlwenǝ̀ yi bǝ Andreyà ndǝmǝ Shununǝ̀ Bità a swiŋǝ nǝ̀ zhǝ ngǝ,

9  “Moo tsǝ̀ dzwi fî ma à dzwi nǝ ǝbanǝ̀ tonǝ dzwi tanǝ nǝ mǝ̀bye mǝmbya la boŋǝ ǝ ghǝrǝ li ǝbòŋǝ kǝ mbwo nǝnǝ bǝ̀?”

10  Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ̀, “A bù ghǝrǝ bwo nunǝ.” Ngwenǝ̀ kǝ nlanǝ dzwi adi’i wu. Bǝ̀ bu ti’i nnunǝ nshye. Bwo bǝ ma nchù’ù tanǝ̀ ma boŋǝ bǝ seŋǝ.

11 Yesù lo ǝbanǝ zu, ntaŋǝ ndzùɲǝ, nti’i ngha a mbwo bǝ̀ bu ma bwo nunǝ la, nkǝ fya nǝbye zha mbwo bwo mbǝ̀ zu ma bwo swà’a.

12 Ma bwo jye nzurǝ la, Yesù swiŋǝ nǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝ̀mǝ jwi ngǝ, “A bù kuŋsǝ nkhwù’u dzwu ma ǝ bri bǝ kǝ dzwa daŋǝ nǝ mὲ’ε.”

13 Bwo ti’i mbentǝ nkhwù’ù dzwu ma ǝ̂ fuu nǝ ǝbanǝ zha ma ǝ chya wwa mǝjyenǝ̀ ǝ luu nkhye nchǝ-bya.

14 Ma bǝ̀ bu zǝ̂ tǝko’o afa’a wu ma Yesù fa’a la bwo swiŋǝ ngǝ .”Li tǝ̀sǝ mbǝ Bropheta wu ma à dzwi mǝ yìi nǝ̀ mǝmǝ̀ nshye la.”

15 Ma Yesù zhi ngǝ bwo swà’a yìi ko yi ǝzo’o nǝ nfò wwa la, a bu nfu ghǝ yi atyǝ sha mba zhǝ zhǝ.

Abòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

Free Translation

1 Jesus went across the Sea of Galilee. (A fǝ̀’ǝ wu wwa,) Yesù a tuŋǝ ndzenǝ̀ nkyì fǝngwaŋǝ wu ma ǝ dzwi fǝfǝ Galili.

2 A large crowd followed him, because they saw the signs he was performing on the sick. Nǝnǝ bǝ̀ zoŋǝ̀ nǝ̀ zhǝ wu mbǝ’ǝma bwo zǝ mǝ̀nyù mâ nghwe mu ma â kǝ fa’a nnu ngaŋǝ ghonǝ.

3 Jesus went up on the mountain, and there he sat down with his disciples. Yesù a ko’o nghǝ atyǝ shà bǝ mba nnunǝ wu bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝmǝ.

4 The Jewish feast of Passover was near. Njwe nghwe paska bǝ Dzusǝ̀ kǝ ti’i nku’u.

5 When Jesus raised his eyes and saw that a large crowd was coming to him, he said to Philip, “Where can we buy enough food for them to eat?” Ma Yesu kǝsǝ mmi myi nzǝ nǝnǝ bǝ̀ wu ma bwo yìi mbwo zhǝ la, a biŋsǝ̀bFilibǝ̀ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ binǝ̀ zu mǝjyǝ li fǝ mǝ ku’u ndzǝ wwa wu?

6 He said this to test him, because he himself knew what he was going to do. Yesù â swiŋǝ li a tsuŋǝ mǝ kwà’àrǝnǝ̀ Filibǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝma zhǝ nǝ atyǝmmbǝŋǝ zhi zhi anyù zu ma zhǝ bǝ fa’a.

7 Philip answered him, “Two hundred days’ wages worth of food would not be enough for each of them to have a little.” Filibǝ̀ kwe a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ nkabǝ̀ two ngaŋǝ fà’à nǝ njwe nkɛrǝ̀ bya kàkǝ ku’u mǝ ngǝ boŋǝ ŋu nǝ wwa bî ndzwi tsuŋǝ nǝ̀ mǝnyentǝ̀ mǝjyǝ”

8 One of his disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, said to him, Ŋù-dzǝ̀mǝ̀ yi wi mò’o ma ǝlwenǝ̀ yi bǝ Andreyà ndǝmǝ Shununǝ̀ Bità a swiŋǝ nǝ̀ zhǝ ngǝ,

9 “There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish; but what good are these for so many?”Moo tsǝ̀ dzwi fi ma à dzwi nǝ ǝbanǝ̀ tonǝ dzwi tanǝ nǝ mǝ̀bye mǝmbya la boŋǝ ǝ ghǝrǝ li ǝbòŋǝ kǝ mbwo nǝnǝ bǝ̀?

10 Jesus said, “Have the people recline.” Now there was a great deal of grass in that place. So the men reclined, about five thousand in number. Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ̀, “A bù ghǝrǝ bwo nunǝ.” Ngwenǝ̀ kǝ nlanǝ dzwi adi’i wu. Bǝ̀ bu ti’i nnunǝ nshye. Bwo bǝ ma nchù’ù tanǝ̀ ma boŋǝ bǝ seŋǝ.

11 Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also as much of the fish as they wanted. Yesù lo ǝbanǝ zu, ntaŋǝ ndzùɲǝ, nti’i ngha a mbwo bǝ̀ bu ma bwo nunǝ la, nkǝ fya nǝbye zha mbwo bwo mbǝ̀ zu ma bwo swà’a.

12 When they had had their fill, he said to his disciples, “Gather the fragments left over, so that nothing will be wasted.” Ma bwo jye nzurǝ la, Yesù swiŋǝ nǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝ̀mǝ jwi ngǝ, “A bù kuŋsǝ nkhwù’u dzwu ma ǝ bri bǝ kǝ dzwa daŋǝ nǝ busǝ,.

13 So they collected them, and filled twelve wicker baskets with fragments from the five barley loaves that had been more than they could eat. Bwo ti’i mbentǝ nkhwù’ù dzwu ma ǝ̂ fuu nǝ ǝbanǝ zha ma ǝ chya wwa mǝjyenǝ̀ ǝ luu nkhye nchǝ-bya

14 When the people saw the sign he had done, they said, “This is truly the Prophet, the one who is to come into the world.” Ma bǝ̀ bu zǝ̂ tǝko’o afa’a wu ma Yesù fa’a la bwo swiŋǝ ngǝ .”Li tǝ̀sǝ mbǝ Bropheta wu ma à dzwi mǝ yìi nǝ̀ mǝmǝ̀ nshye la.”

15 Since Jesus knew that they were going to come and carry him off to make him king, he withdrew again to the mountain alone. Ma Yesù zhi ngǝ bwo swà’a yìi ko yi ǝzo’o nǝ nfò wwa la, a bu nfu ghǝ yi atyǝ mba zhǝ zhǝ.

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Pentecost Sunday Gospel – John 20:19-23

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Gospel – John 20:19-23

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19 On the evening of that first day of the week, when the doors were locked, where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in their midst and said to them, “Peace be with you.”

20 When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side. The disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord.

21 Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.”

22 And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. 23 Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them,
and whose sins you retain are retained.”

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Dzonǝ̀ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 20:19-23

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Ma â bǝ nkwîfò nǝ nchyambì njwe mǝmǝ̀ nghà, ma ngaŋǝ-kù Yesù dzwi mǝmǝ̀ ndya nfenǝ aba’a mbǝ’ǝma bwo kǝ boo bǝ bǝ̂ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ la, Yesù yìi ntiŋǝ atǝtǝ̌ bwo nswiŋǝ ngǝ”, “Mbòonǝ̀ dzwi nnu bùu.” Ma â swiŋǝ li la, nti’i ndǝsǝ mbwo myi nǝ àla ngî yì a mbwo bwo. Ngàŋǝ-kù jwi ti’ì nyɛ’ɛsǝ mǝ zǝnǝ̀ yɛ. Yesù bû nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mbòonǝ̀ dzwi nnu bùu, “Mǝ̀ ntuŋǝ wuu tsuŋǝ̀ ma Ətâa wâ tuŋǝ wa la.” Ma â swiŋǝ li la, nti’i nzhwe nnu bwo nswiŋə ngə, ” A Àzhwe zǝ Ŋwà’ànǝ̀ tso nnu bǔ. Boŋǝ bù na’a ǝbwu bǝ, boŋǝ ǝbwu wwa bǝ fu nnu bwo; bù kǝ ka na’a boŋǝ ǝ̀bwu wwa bǝ dzwi nnu bwo.”

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

Free Translation

John 20:19-23
20:19 When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.” Ma â bǝ nkwîfò nǝ nchyambì njwe mǝmǝ̀ nghà, ma ngaŋǝ-kù Yesù dzwi mǝmǝ̀ ndya nfenǝ aba’a mbǝ’ǝma bwo kǝ boo bǝ bǝ̂ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ la, Yesù yìi ntiŋǝ atǝtǝ̌ bwo nswiŋǝ ngǝ”, “Mbòonǝ̀ dzwi nnu bùu.”

20:20 After he said this, he showed them his hands and his side. Then the disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord. Ma â swiŋǝ li la, nti’i ndǝsǝ mbwo myi nǝ àla ngî yì a mbwo bwo. Ngàŋǝ-kù jwi ti’ì nyɛ’ɛsǝ mǝ zǝnǝ̀ yɛ.

20:21 Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.” Yesù bû nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mbòonǝ̀ dzwi nnu bùu, “Mǝ̀ ntuŋǝ wuu tsuŋǝ̀ ma Ətâa wâ tuŋǝ wa la.”

20:22 When he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. Ma â swiŋǝ li la, nti’i nzhwe nnu bwo nswiŋə ngə, ” Àzhwe zǝ Ŋwà’ànǝ̀ tso nnu bǔ.

20:23 If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained.” Boŋǝ bù na’a ǝbwu bǝ, boŋǝ ǝbwu wwa bǝ fu nnu bwo; bù kǝ ka na’a boŋǝ ǝ̀bwu wwa bǝ dzwi nnu bwo.”

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Good Friday Year B Passion Of Our Lord

April 2, 2021

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John 18:1-19:42

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18:1 After Jesus had spoken these words, he went out with his disciples across the Kidronǝ valley to a place where there was a garden, which he and his disciples entered. Ma Yesù boŋnǝ mitǝ la, bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ jwi ti’ì nfu nghǝ nchya mǝmǝ nǝ̀bǝ̀mnǝ̀ nǝ Kindronǝ̀ nti’i nghǝ nkû mǝmǝ nsuŋǝ tsǝ.

18:2 Now Judas, who betrayed him, also knew the place, because Jesus often met there with his disciples. Dzudàsǝ̀ ma â fyenǝ̀ yi la a nzhi adi’i zǐ mbǝ’ǝma Yesù kǝ gha’asǝ nghǝ wu bwo bǝ̀ ngaŋǝ-ndzǝmǝ dzwi.

18:3 So Judas brought a detachment of soldiers together with police from the chief priests and the Pharisees, and they came there with lanterns and torches and weapons. Dzudàsǝ̀ ti’i nyìi wu bwo bǝ̀shi-bǝtstǝ’ǝ mâ bǝ̀ bâ nghwe bwo bǝ̀faràsi chyasǝ. Bwo bi’inǝ̀ mǝ̀nkà’à bwo bǝ̀ ǝdzuŋǝ tyǝ̂ mbenǝ̀.

18:4 Then Jesus, knowing all that was to happen to him, came forward and asked them, “Whom are you looking for?” Yesù tɛ̂ nzhi mǝnyù mǝ̀tsǝ̀mǝ̀ ma mǝ bǝ yiì nnu zhǝ. A ghǝtǝ̀ mbiŋsǝ wwa ngǝ, “Bù swà’a wǝ?”

18:5 They answered, “Jesus of Nazareth.” Jesus replied, “I am he.” Judas, who betrayed him, was standing with them. Bwo kwe ngǝ, Yesù ŋù Nazarètǝ̀.” Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mǝ̀ wìi.” Dzudàsǝ̀ mâ fyenǝ yi la tiŋǝ bwo bwo.

18:6 When Jesus said to them, “I am he,” they stepped back and fell to the ground. Ma Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mǝ wìi” la, bwo bû nǝ̀ ndzǝmǝ̀ nti’i nwwokǝ nshyǝ.

18:7 Again he asked them, “Whom are you looking for?” And they said, “Jesus of Nazareth.” A bû mbiŋsǝ wwa ngǝ, “Bû swà’a wǝ? Bwo swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Yesù ŋù Nazarètǝ̀.”

18:8 Jesus answered, “I told you that I am he. So if you are looking for me, let these men go.” Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mǝ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ mǝ wǐ,. Boŋǝ bu swa’a wa bù mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ̀ bàtsǝ bi bwo ghǝ.

18:9 This was to fulfill the word that he had spoken, “I did not lose a single one of those whom you gave me.” A boŋnǝ li a bǝ nkò’onyù nzoŋǝ nǝ ànyù zu ma â bi ntɛ swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Ŋù daŋǝ bikakǝ bye atǝtǝ̌ bǝ̀ bu ma ô fyâ nǝ̀ mwò.”

18:10 Then Simon Peter, who had a sword, drew it, struck the high priest’s slave, and cut off his right ear. The slave’s name was Malchus. Shimunǝ̀ Bità, a fusǝ̀ nnywe zhi ma â yii nǝ̀ zu, nkǝ’ǝ atugǝ̀rǝ abù’u nfò nghwe zǝ mà’a, ntswa. Əlwenǝ abù’ù wi bǝ Marǝshùsǝ̀.

18:11 Jesus said to Peter, “Put your sword back into its sheath. Am I not to drink the cup that the Father has given me?” Yesù swiŋǝ a mbwo Bità nghǝ, “Niŋǝ nnywe zhǝ̀ mǝmǝ mba’à zhǐ. Mǝ̀ mbǝ kàkǝ nfoŋǝ wu ma ǝtàa wwa fya nǝ̀ mwò nyǝ?”

18:12 So the soldiers, their officer, and the Jewish police arrested Jesus and bound him. Bǝ sogì bwo bǝ̀ bya bâ nghwe, nǝ bǝshi-bǝtsǝ̀’ǝ bǝ bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ ti’i nko Yesù, nkwɛrǝ yɛ.

18:13 First they took him to Annas, who was the father-in-law of Caiaphas, the high priest that year. Bwo chyambì nlo yi nghǝ nǝ zhǝ a mbwo Ansǝ̀ ma a bǝ nchǐ kayifàsǝ̀ ma â bǝ ǹfò nghwe ngù’u wwa.

18:14 Caiaphas was the one who had advised the Jews that it was better to have one person die for the people. kayifasǝ̀ bǝ ŋu wu ma a niŋǝ ntǝǝ atyǝ̂ bǝ Dzusǝ ngǝ a boŋǝ ngǝ ŋù wi mo’o kwo atyǝ̂ bǝ̀ bǝ̀tsǝ̀mǝ̀.

18:15 Simon Peter and another disciple followed Jesus. Since that disciple was known to the high priest, he went with Jesus into the courtyard of the high priest, Shimunǝ Bità bwo ŋù-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ wwa wutsǝ̀ ti’i nzoŋǝ nǝ Yesù. Mbǝ’ema ǹfò nghwe zhi ŋu-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ wu wi la a ti’ì nzoŋǝ nǝ Yesù nkû mǝmǝ̀ nto’o ǹfò nghwe.

18:16 but Peter was standing outside at the gate. So the other disciple, who was known to the high priest, went out, spoke to the woman who guarded the gate, and brought Peter in. La Bità tiŋǝ abìi ndzǝmǝ̀ nkha. Ŋù-ndzǝ̀mǝ wwa wu ma ǹf nghwe zhi yi la, a fu bii mboŋnǝ a mbwo mǝ̀ngye wu ma a kǝ tsǐ abù’u-ndya nti’i nlo Bità nku nǝ zhǝ.

18:17 The woman said to Peter, “You are not also one of this man’s disciples, are you?” He said, “I am not.” Mǝngye wu biŋsǝ̀ Bità ngǝ “O bǝ ŋ̀u-ndzǝ̀mǝ ŋu wi wutsǝ̀? A Swiŋǝ ngǝ “mǝ̀ bikàkǝ̌ bǝ.

18:18 Now the slaves and the police had made a charcoal fire because it was cold, and they were standing around it and warming themselves. Peter also was standing with them and warming himself. Ŋgaŋǝ-fà’à bwo bǝ̀shi-bǝtsǝ̀’ǝ̀ ti’ì nyesǝ mmu nǝ nkhe ntiŋǝ nkarǝsǝ nzô mbǝ’ǝma m̀fǝ dzwi ǝbii. Bità tiŋǝ bwo bwo nzô mmu.

18:19 Then the high priest questioned Jesus about his disciples and about his teaching. Ǹfò nghwe ti’i mbiŋsǝ Jesù mbǝ’ǝ ngaŋǝ-ndzèmǝ̀ dzwi nǝ afà’à zhi.

18:20 Jesus answered, “I have spoken openly to the world; I have always taught in synagogues and in the temple, where all the Jews come together. I have said nothing in secret. Yesù kwe ngǝ, ” Mǝ̀ nkǝ̂ bòŋnǝ̀ tsɛ̀’ɛ ndanǝ̀ a mbwo mbyi ntsǝ̀mǝ̀. Mǝ̀ nkǝ zi’irǝ bǝ bǝtsǝ̀mǝ̀ a mǝmǝ mǝ̀la’a mǝ Nywe mu ma bǝ Dzusǝ kǝ yìi nkuŋsǝ wǝ. Mǝ bikàkǝ anyu daŋǝ nyɛ̀’ɛtǝ ghǝrǝ.

18:21 Why do you ask me? Ask those who heard what I said to them; they know what I said.” O biŋsǝ wa li ngǝ kǝ̀, biŋsǝ bǝ bǝ̀ bu ma bwo zu’u mǝ̀nyù mu ma mǝ swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo; bwo zhi mǝ̀nyù mu ma mǝ swiŋǝ.

18:22 When he had said this, one of the police standing nearby struck Jesus on the face, saying, “Is that how you answer the high priest?” Ma a swiŋǝ li la ŋu shitsǝ’ǝ wu ma a tiŋǝ nǝbenǝ lyi yi nshi zhǝ, nswiŋǝ ngǝ , ” lya mbǝ zu ma o biŋǝ a mbwo ǹfò?”

18:23 Jesus answered, “If I have spoken wrongly, testify to the wrong. But if I have spoken rightly, why do you strike me?” Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, Boŋǝ a bǝ ngǝ mǝ̀ swiŋǝ anyù tǝboŋǝ ò swiŋǝ anyu zu ma a bǝǝ̀ wǝ, la boŋǝ mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a ǹkò’onyù, o lii wa la ngǝ kǝ?”

18:24 Then Annas sent him bound to Caiaphas the high priest. Anàsǝ̀ ti’i nkwǝrǝ yi nchyasǝ a ghǝ a mbwo Kayifàsǝ̀ ma a bǝ ǹfò nghwe.

18:25 Now Simon Peter was standing and warming himself. They asked him, “You are not also one of his disciples, are you?” He denied it and said, “I am not.” Shimunǝ Bita tiŋǝ nzo mmu, bǝ biŋsǝ̀ yi ngǝ, “O bǝ ŋù-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ ŋu wi wùtsǝ̀?” A kî yi nwiŋǝ ngǝ , “Mǝ bikakǝ bǝ.”

18:26 One of the slaves of the high priest, a relative of the man whose ear Peter had cut off, asked, “Did I not see you in the garden with him? “Ŋù-fà’à ǹfò nghwe wu tsǝ̀, ndǝmǝ ŋù wu ma Bita tswa atugǝrǝ zhi la biŋsǝ̀ yi ngǝ, “zu’u kǝ mǝ ghǝ nzǝ wu zhǝ a mǝmǝ̀ nsùŋǝ̀ lǝ?”

18:27 Again Peter denied it, and at that moment the cock crowed. Bità kǝ mbu nkǐ. Ǹkǝ’ǝ bi ntoŋǝ.

18:28 Then they took Jesus from Caiaphas to Pilate’s headquarters. It was early in the morning. They themselves did not enter the headquarters, so as to avoid ritual defilement and to be able to eat the Passover. Bǝ̌ ti’i nlǒ Yesù ndyâ kayifàsǝ̀ nghǝ nǝ zhǝ nto’o Bìlatùsǝ̀. A bǝ tǝ̀tu’u mbà’amba’a, bwo kàkǝ nswa’a mǝ kunǝ̀ bwo bǝ̀ Yesu mǝmǝ nto’o Bilatùsǝ̀, mǝ ngǝ bwo kǝ ntǝ̀ǝ nǝ wwò busǝ wwa la tɛ njyǝ̂ mǝjyǝ̂ mǝ Paskà mya nshi’inǝ̌.

18:29 So Pilate went out to them and said, “What accusation do you bring against this man?” Bìlatùsǝ̀ fu nkwǝtǝ wwa mbiŋsǝ ngǝ, “Nsa’a wu ma nǝ̀ yi nǝ̀ wu mbǝ’ǝ ŋù wi bǝ̂ ngǝ kǝ̀?”

18:30 They answered, “If this man were not a criminal, we would not have handed him over to you.” Bwo kwe ngǝ, “ŋù wi la ka ŋù tǝ̀boŋǝ bǝ boŋǝ bii bikàkǝ nǝ zhǝ a mbwo wwò yìi.

18:31 Pilate said to them, “Take him yourselves and judge him according to your law.” The Jews replied, “We are not permitted to put anyone to death.” Bìlatùsǝ̀ swiŋǝ nǝ bwo ngǝ, “A nǝ̀ loo yi nghǝ sa’a mbǝ̀ zu ma ntǝ̀ǝ zǔ dǝ̌ Bwo kwe ngǝ, “Bii bikakǝ nǝ mǝ̀tènǝ̀ mǝ zhwerǝ ŋu dzwi,”

18:32 (This was to fulfill what Jesus had said when he indicated the kind of death he was to die.) (A dzwi li mǝ ghǝrǝnǝ anyu zu ma Yesu swiŋǝ mbǝ’ǝ mbuŋǝ̀ nǝwwo zu ma zhǝ bǝ lyǝ kwo bǝ nko’onyù.)

18:33 Then Pilate entered the headquarters again, summoned Jesus, and asked him, “Are you the King of the Jews?” Bìlatùsǝ̀ buu nkû mǝmǝ̀ nto’o, ntoŋǝ Yesù mbiŋsǝ yi ngǝ, “Ò bǝ Ǹfò bǝ̀ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀?”

18:34 Jesus answered, “Do you ask this on your own, or did others tell you about mǝ?” Yesù kwe ngǝ, “Ò biŋsǝ zi li nǝ ngâ zhǝ̀ kǝ a swiŋǝ bǝ bâ daŋǝ bwo wwò mbǝ’ǝ nga za lǝ?

18:35 Pilate replied, “I am not a Jew, am I? Your own nation and the chief priests have handed you over to me. What have you done?” Bìlatùsǝ̀ swiŋǝ ngǝ. Mǝ bikakǝ Dzusǝ̀ bǝ, kǝ mǝ mbǝ lǝ? Bǝ bǝ ala’a bwo, bwo bǝ fara bâ nghwe yi nǝ̀ wwò a mbwo mwò. Ò gha a la?”

18:36 Jesus answered, “My kingdom is not from this world. If my kingdom were from this world, my followers would be fighting to keep me from being handed over to the Jews. But as it is, my kingdom is not from here.” Yesù kwe ngǝ, “Nǝ̀fònǝ̀ zha bikàkǝ bǝ nshyǝ fû. Nǝ̀fònǝ̀ zha bi fû a nshye wi boŋǝ ngàŋə-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ dzwa tyǝ mǝ fusǝnǝ̀ wa a mbwo bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀. La ma a dzwi li, nǝ̀fònǝ̀ zha bikàkǝ zǝ nshyǝ wi bǝ.

18:37 Pilate asked him, “So you are a king?” Jesus answered, “You say that I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.” Bìlatùsǝ̀ biŋsǝ yi ngǝ, “A bǝ ngǝ ò bǝ Ǹfò?” Yesù kwe ngǝ, “O swiŋǝ ngǝ mǝ̀ mbǝ̂ Ǹfò. Li anyù zu ma bǝ̂ jwe wa mǝ̀ nyii nshye wi la, mǝ ndǝ̀sǝnǝ̌ nko’onyù. Ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma a zòŋǝ nǝ nko’onyù a zu’u abòŋnǝ̀ zha.”

18:38 Pilate asked him, “What is truth?” After he had said this, he went out to the Jews again and told them, “I find no case against him. Bìlatùsǝ̀ swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Ǹkò’onyù bǝ kǝ̀?” Ma a swiŋǝ li la nti’i mbu mfû abî nswiŋǝ a mbwo bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ ngǝ, “Mǝ̀ mbikàkǝ ǝbwu dàŋǝ zǝ ma ŋù wi ghǝrǝ “

18:39 But you have a custom that I release someone for you at the Passover. Do you want me to release for you the King of the Jews?” La bù dzwi nǝ ntǝ̀ǝ ngǝ mǝ fusǝ ŋu-tsaŋǝ wi mò’o a mbwo bù fǝ njwǝ nghwe. Bu swa’a ngǝ mǝ fusǝ Nfò bǝ̀ Dzusǝ̀ wi a mbwo bû?”

18:40 They shouted in reply, “Not this man, but Barabbas!” Now Barabbas was a bandit. Bwo zhwinǝ̀ nǝ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ ngǝ, “kàkǝ bǝ ŋù wi bǝ, bii swà’a bǝ Barabàsǝ̀. Barabàsǝ̀ bi mbǝ la nzɛ̀rǝ̂ tsǝ̌.

19:1 Then Pilate took Jesus and had him flogged. Bìlatùsǝ̀ ti’i nghǝrǝ bǝ wuŋǝ Jesù.

19:2 And the soldiers wove a crown of thorns and put it on his head, and they dressed him in a purple robe. Bǝ̀ sogì ti’i nkarǝ atsǝ̀’ǝ̀tyǝ ndzoŋ-ndzoŋǝ nwìi atyǝ zhǝ nkǝ wìi atsǝ̀’ǝ̀ bàŋnǝ̀ nnu zhǝ.

19:3 They kept coming up to him, saying, “Hail, King of the Jews!” and striking him on the face. Nti’i nko’otǝ nshi zhǝ nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Bìi tsɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ̂ wwo Nfò bǝ̀ Dzusǝ̀.” Bwo kǝ lyi yi fǝ nshi zhǝ.

19:4 Pilate went out again and said to them, “Look, I am bringing him out to you to let you know that I find no case against him.” Bìlatùsǝ̀ bǔ nfu abii nswiŋǝ nǝ bwo ngǝ, “zǝ nǝ, mǝ yii nǝ zhǝ a mbwo bù mǝ dǝ̀sǝnǝ̀ ngǝ mǝ bikakǝ abwu daŋǝ zǝ ma a ghǝrǝ.”

19:5 So Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. Pilate said to them, “Here is the man!” Yesù a ti’i nfu abi nǝ àtsǝ’ǝtyǝ ndzoŋ-ndzoŋǝ atyǝ̂ zhǝ bwo àtsǝ’ǝ baŋnǝ̀ zha nnu zhǝ. Bìlatùsǝ̀ swiŋǝ ngǝ, “ŋù wu wìi.”

19:6 When the chief priests and the police saw him, they shouted, “Crucify him! Crucify him!” Pilate said to them, “Take him yourselves and crucify him; I find no case against him.” Bǝ bâ nghwe bwo bǝ̀shi-bǝtsǝ’ǝ zǝ yi nti’i nshwinǝ nǝ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ ngǝ, “Bu’utǝ yi nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀! Bu’utǝ yi nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀!” Bìlatùsè swiŋǝ ngǝ, “A bu lô yi nghǝ bu’utǝ tsɛ’ɛ̀ bùu, me bikàkǝ nsa’a daŋǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝ yi zǝ.”

19:7 The Jews answered him, “We have a law, and according to that law he ought to die because he has claimed to be the Son of God.” Bǝ̀ Dzusǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ, “Bi dzwi nǝ ntǝ̀ǝ, a mǝmǝ̀ ntǝ̀ǝ zu zha a dzwi mǝ kwonǝ̀ mbǝ’ǝma a swiŋǝ ngǝ zhǝ bǝ Moo Nywè.”

19:8 Now when Pilate heard this, he was more afraid than ever. Ma Bìlatùsǝ zu’u li la mbu nti’i mbo nchyatǝ.

19:9 He entered his headquarters again and asked Jesus, “Where are you from?” But Jesus gave him no answer. A bû nku mǝmǝ̀ nto’o mbiŋsǝ Yesù ngǝ, “Ò fu a fǝ?” La Yesù kakǝ yi kwǝ.

19:10 Pilate therefore said to him, “Do you refuse to speak to me? Do you not know that I have power to release you, and power to crucify you?” Bìlatùsǝ̀ ti’i mbiŋsǝ yi ngǝ, “Ò bǝ̌ kàkǝ a mbwo mwò bòŋnǝ̀? O bikàkǝ zhi ngǝ mǝ̀ ndzwi nǝ̀ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ mǝ mɛ’ɛtǝnǝ̀ wwo nkǝ dzwi nǝ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ mǝ bu’utǝnǝ̀ wwo nǝ abàŋnǝ?”

19:11 Jesus answered him,̄8 “You would have no power over me unless it had been given you from above; therefore the one who handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin.” Yesù kwe a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ, “O bikakǝ nǝ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ dzwi ghǝrǝ anyu daŋǝ nnu mwò ma boŋǝ mǝ̀tenǝ̀ mu mya ka bǝ ndǝŋǝ fu; lya bǝ ngǝ ŋu wu ma a fya wa mbwo wwò ǝbwu yi chya wwo.”

19:12 From then on Pilate tried to release him, but the Jews cried out, “If you release this man, you are no friend of the emperor. Everyone who claims to be a king sets himself against the emperor.” Ə lònǝ fǝ’ǝ̀ wu wa Bìlatùsǝ̀ ti’ì nswa’a nduŋǝ mǝ mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝnǝ̀ Yesù, la bǝ̀ Dzusǝ̀ swiŋǝ nǝ̀ zhǝ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ ò mɛ’ɛtǝ ŋu wi boŋǝ o bǝ̂ kakǝ tanka Kayifàsǝ̀ bǝ̌, mbǝ’ǝma ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma a dǝ̌ ngǝ zhǝ bǝ ǹfò bǝ̂ ŋu mbanǝ Kayifàsǝ̀.”

19:13 When Pilate heard these words, he brought Jesus outside and sat on the judge’s bench at a place called The Stone Pavement, or in Hebrew Gabbatha. Ma Bìlatùsǝ̀ zu’u aboŋnǝ zi la, nfu nǝ̀ Yesù nti’i nunǝ adi’i sa’a mǝnsa’a ma bǝ kǝ toŋǝ nǝ Abu’u Ngo’o kǝ nǝ àbòŋnǝ ala’a zha ngǝ Gabata.

19:14 Now it was the day of Preparation for the Passover; and it was about noon. He said to the Jews, “Here is your King!” Fǝ̀’ǝ bǝ ma ntǝnùŋǝ̂ njwe wu wa, ma bǝ̂ kǝ lɛrǝ ǝdi’i njwe nghwe Paska. A ti’i nswiŋǝ a mbwo bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝnǝ̀ ngǝ, “Ǹfò wwu wi.”

19:15 They cried out, “Away with him! Away with him! Crucify him!” Pilate asked them, “Shall I crucify your King?” The chief priests answered, “We have no king but the emperor.” Bwo swiŋǝ nǝ mǝtǝnǝ̀ ngǝ, “Lòo nghǝ nǝ zhǝ! Lòo nghǝ nǝ zhǝ! Bu’utǝ yi nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀!.” Bìlatùsǝ̀ biŋsǝ̀ ngǝ, “A mǝ̀ bu’utǝ̀ Nfò wu nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀?” Bwo swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Bìì bikàkǝ nǝ nfò daŋǝ̀ dzwi chyatǝ Kayifàsǝ̀.

19:16 Then he handed him over to them to be crucified. So they took Jesus; Bìlatùsè ti’i nfya Yesù a mbwo bwo ngǝ bwo ghǝ bu’utǝ yi nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀. Bwo ti’i nlo Yesu.

19:17 and carrying the cross by himself, he went out to what is called The Place of the Skull, which in Hebrew is called Golgotha. a ti’ì mbi’i abàŋnǝ̀ zhi nfu nghǝ adi’i wu na bǝ̂ kǝ toŋǝ nǝ àdì’i akwɛ-tyǝ, ma bǝ kǝ toŋǝ nǝ àbòŋnǝ ala’à zha ngǝ Golgotà.

19:18 There they crucified him, and with him two others, one on either side, with Jesus between them. Bwo ti’i mbu’utǝ Yesù wu nkǝ bu’utǝ bǝ bâtsǝ bǝ bya, wi mò’o ala bwo mà’à nǝ wùtsǝ̀ ala abwo ǹkwǝ̀bǝ, Yesù ti’ì ndzwi atǝtǝ̀.

19:19 Pilate also had an inscription written and put on the cross. It read, “Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews. “Bilatùsǝ̀ ti’i ŋwa’arǝ aŋwa’arǝ mbanǝ atyǝ̂ àbàŋnǝ̀ ngǝ, “Yesù ŋù Nazarètǝ̀, Ǹfò bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀.”

19:20 Many of the Jews read this inscription, because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city; and it was written in Hebrew, in Latin, and in Greek. Bǝ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ ba ghà’atǝ toŋtǝ àbòŋnǝ zi mbǝ’ǝma adi’i zu ma bǝ bu’utǝ Yesu wu a dzwi nǝ benǝ toŋǝ̀; bǝ̂ kǝ ŋwa’arǝ nǝ ǝ̀boŋnǝ bǝ Dzusǝ̀ nǝ zǝ̀ Latǝ̀nǝ̀ nǝ zǝ̀ Grikǝ̀.

19:21 Then the chief priests of the Jews said to Pilate, “Do not write, ‘The King of the Jews,’ but, ‘This man said, I am King of the Jews.'” Ǹfò nghwe bǝ Dzusǝ̀ swiŋǝ nǝ Bìlatùsǝ̀ ngǝ, “kǝ nǝ ŋwà’àrǝ̀ ngǝ, ‘Ǹfò bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀,’ la ŋwà’àrǝ̀ bǝ ngǝ, ‘Ŋù wi swiŋǝ ngǝ zhǝ bǝ Ǹfò bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀'”

19:22 Pilate answered, “What I have written I have written.” Bìlatùsǝ̀ swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Ànyù zu ma mǝ̀ ŋwà’àrǝ la mǝ̀ ntɛ̌ ŋwà’àrǝ̂.”

19:23 When the soldiers had crucified Jesus, they took his clothes and divided them into four parts, one for each soldier. They also took his tunic; now the tunic was seamless, woven in one piece from the top. Ma bǝ̀sogi bu’utǝ yi la nti’i nlo ǝtsǝ’ǝ dzwi nghatǝ nǝ ǝ̀dì’ì dzwi nǝkwà, ŋu tsǝmǝ lo adi’i mo’o. Bwo kǝ nlo atsǝ’ǝ zhi zǝ nghwe ma a bikàkǝ nǝ abu’u daŋǝ dzwi, bǝ ghǝrǝ tsɛ’ɛ̀ sǝbǝrǝ lǒ ako’onǝ tso ku’u ntenǝ.

19:24 So they said to one another, “Let us not tear it, but cast lots for it to see who will get it.” This was to fulfill what the scripture says, “They divided my clothes among themselves, and for my clothing they cast lots.” Bwo ti’i nswiŋǝ atǝtǝ bwo ngǝ a binǝ kǝ nǝ sa, a binǝ̀ tǝmǝ abrǝ̀ wu mǝ nzǝnǝ ŋu wu ma a bǝ lǒ.” Â dzwi li mǝ ghǝ̀rǝnǝ aŋù zu ma Aŋwà’àrǝ̀ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ swiŋǝ a bǝ nkò’onyù ngǝ, “Bwo ghatǝ ǝtsǝ’ǝ dzwa a tǝtǝ bwo, nkǝ tǝmǝ abrǝ̀ nǝ atsǝ’ǝ za zǝ̀ nghwe.”

19:25 And that is what the soldiers did. Meanwhile, standing near the cross of Jesus were his mother, and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. Lya kǝ mbǝ anyu zu ma bǝ̀sogì ghǝrǝ la. Màriyà mma bǝ̀ Yesù ti’i ntiŋǝ nǝbǝnǝ abàŋnǝ̀ bwo bǝ Màriyà mǝ̀ngyê Klofàsǝ̀ nǝ Màriya Màgdàlenà.

19:26 When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing beside her, he said to his mother, “Woman, here is your son.” Ma Yesu zǝ mmâ yi ma a tiŋǝ nǝbenǝ ŋu-kù yi wu ma a lanǝ nkòŋǝ̀ la, a swiŋǝ nǝ mma yi ngǝ, “Mǝ̀ngyê, li bǝ moo wwò.”

19:27 Then he said to the disciple, “Here is your mother.” And from that hour the disciple took her into his own home. nkǝ swiŋǝ a mbwo ŋù-kù yi wwa ngǝ, “Li bǝ mma wwò.” Ə lǒnǝ fǝ’ǝ̀ wu wwa ŋù-kù yi wwa ti’i nlo yi bwo zhǝ ghǝ ndyâ zhǝ.

19:28 After this, when Jesus knew that all was now finished, he said (in order to fulfill the scripture), “I am thirsty.” Ma Yesù ghǝrǝ zu zi nti’i nzhi ngǝ mǝ̀nyù mǝ̀tsǝ̀mǝ̀ mye la, (mǝ lwensǝnǝ anyù zu ma Àŋwà’àrǝ̀ Ŋwà’ànǝ̀ swiŋǝ), A swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Njì nkyî zaŋǝ wa”.

19:29 A jar full of sour wine was standing there. So they put a sponge full of the wine on a branch of hyssop and held it to his mouth. Ntò mǝ̀lù’ù mâ tsǝ̀nǝ̂ tsǝ̀ tiŋǝ nǝbenǝ. Bǝ lǒ kwùchya niŋǝ mǝmǝ mǝ̀lù’ù mu nti’i ndòŋsǝ nǝ atì nko’osǝ nghǝsǝ ntsu zhǝ.

19:30 When Jesus had received the wine, he said, “It is finished.” Then he bowed his head and gave up his spirit. Ma â kwe mǝ̀lù’ù mu la nti’i nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “A myǝ.”Nti’i nzǝ̀ŋsǝ atyǝ̂ zhi nti’i nkwo.

19:31 Since it was the day of Preparation, the Jews did not want the bodies left on the cross during the sabbath, especially because that sabbath was a day of great solemnity. So they asked Pilate to have the legs of the crucified men broken and the bodies removed. Ma â bǝ̂ njwe ma njwe bǝ̂ ti’i laa bǝ njwǝ la’a la, bǝ Dzusǝ̀ kàkǝ nswà’à mǝ mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝnǝ̀ ǝkwu bǝ̀ nǝ ǝ̀bàŋnǝ̀ njwe la’a, ̌mbǝ’ǝma njwe zu zha kǝ mbǝ tǝkò’ò njwe nghwe. Bwo bu’u mbwo a mbwo Bìlatùsǝ̀ ngǝ â mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ bǝ bǝ̀’ǝ̀tǝ mǝkù mya nti’i nshwi’isǝ wwa nǝ àbàŋnǝ̀.

19:32 Then the soldiers came and broke the legs of the first and of the other who had been crucified with him. Bǝ̀sogì ti’ì nyìi mbǝ̀’ǝ̀ akù ŋu ǹchyàmbì bwo wùtsǝ̀ wu ma bǝ̂ bu’utǝ̀ wwa bǝ̀ Yesù la.

19:33 But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was already dead, they did not break his legs. Ma bwo yìi nkù’ù nu Yesù nzǝ ngǝ à tɛ̌ nkwo la, bwo kakǝ̌ zhi akù bǝ̀’ǝ.

19:34 Instead, one of the soldiers pierced his side with a spear, and at once blood and water came out. La ŋù sogì wwa wî mò’o lǒ nǝ̀kòŋǝ̀ nshǝ ngi zhi, ǹkyi bwo ǝ̀liŋǝ kǝ̂ mbi nfu wu ngâ mò’o.

19:35 (He who saw this has testified so that you also may believe. His testimony is true, and he knows that he tells the truth.) (Ŋu wu ma â zǝ â biŋǝ̀, mǝ ngǝ ò kǝ mbiŋǝ. Ànyù zu ma â zǝ bǝ nkò’onyù, a kǝ̀ zhi ngǝ zhǝ swiŋǝ a nkò’onyù.)

19:36 These things occurred so that the scripture might be fulfilled, “None of his bones shall be broken.” Mǝnyù mi mǝtsǝ̀mǝ chya mǝ ghǝ̀rǝnǝ ànyù zu ma Àŋwà’àrǝ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ swiŋǝ a bǝ nkò’onyù ngǝ, “Akwɛ̌ zhi zǝdaŋǝ lyǝ kǝ̂ bǝ̀’ǝnǝ̀.”

19:37 And again another passage of scripture says, “They will look on the one whom they have pierced.” Adi’ì Aŋwà’arǝ̀ Ŋwa’anǝ tsǝ kǝ mbu nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Bwo bǝlya lìi ŋù wu ma bwo shǝ la.”

19:38 After these things, Joseph of Arimathea, who was a disciple of Jesus, though a secret one because of his fear of the Jews, asked Pilate to let him take away the body of Jesus. Pilate gave him permission; so he came and removed his body. Ma mǝ̀nyù mî mǝtsǝ̀mǝ̀ chya la, Yòsebǝ̀ ma â fu fǝ Àrimàtiyà, ma â bi bǝ ŋù-ndzǝ̀mǝ̀ Yesù bǝ nyɛ̀’ɛtǝ mbǝ’ǝma â kǝ boo bǝ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀. A ghǝ mbu’utǝ mbwo a mbwo Bìlatusǝ̀ ngǝ mɛ̀’ɛtǝ zhǝ lô akwu Yesù. Bìlatùsǝ̀ ti’i nfyâ mǝtenǝ̀ a mbwo zhǝ â ti’i nghǝ nshwi’isǝ akwu Yesù.

19:39 Nicodemus, who had at first come to Jesus by night, also came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, weighing about a hundred pounds. Nikodemùsǝ̀ ma â bi nkwe mbì ghǝ nzǝ Yesù bǝ nǝtwù’u, a yìi nǝ mǝ̀wurǝ mâtsǝ ma bǝ̂ nyamǝ nǝ̀ ǝ̀zà ma bǝ kǝ toŋǝ nǝ mǝǝ bwo alosǝ, mǝ̂ lanǝ ndrǝ.

19:40 They took the body of Jesus and wrapped it with the spices in linen cloths, according to the burial custom of the Jews. Bwo shwi’isǝ akwu Yesù nti’i nkwerǝ bwo mǝ̀wurǝ mi a mǝmǝ àtsǝ̀’ǝ tsǝ mbǝ̀ zu ma nòŋsǝ̀ twiŋǝ ŋu bǝ̀ bǝ Dzudǝ̀nǝ̀ dǝ̀sǝ̂.

19:41 Now there was a garden in the place where he was crucified, and in the garden there was a new tomb in which no one had ever been laid. Ǹsùŋǝ tsǝ dzwi adi’i wu ma bǝ̂ bu’utǝ Yesù wu la. A mǝmǝ̀ nsuŋǝ wu àdi’i nǝshyǝ zǝ mfyi dzwi wu ma bǝ brǝtǝ̂ ŋù dàŋǝ̀ wu tǝ̂ twiŋǝ.

19:42 And so, because it was the Jewish day of Preparation, and the tomb was nearby, they laid Jesus there. Əlya, mbǝ̀’ǝ̀ma â bǝ njwe ma bǝ̂ kǝ lɛrǝ ǝdi’i ma njwe bǝ laa ti’i bǝ njwe nghwe, àdì’ì nǝshyǝ zi kǝ ndzwi nǝbǝnǝ la, bwo ti’i twiŋǝ Yesù wǝ.

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Fifth Sunday in Lent Year B

March 21, 2021

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John 12:20-33

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12:20 Now among those who went up to worship at the festival were some Greeks.

12:21 They came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, and said to him, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.”

12:22 Philip went and told Andrew; then Andrew and Philip went and told Jesus.

12:23 Jesus answered them, “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified.

12:24 Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.

12:25 Those who love their life lose it, and those who hate their life in this world will keep it for eternal life.

12:26 Whoever serves me must follow me, and where I am, there will my servant be also. Whoever serves me, the Father will honor.

12:27 “Now my soul is troubled. And what should I say – ‘Father, save me from this hour’? No, it is for this reason that I have come to this hour.

12:28 Father, glorify your name.” Then a voice came from heaven, “I have glorified it, and I will glorify it again.”

12:29 The crowd standing there heard it and said that it was thunder. Others said, “An angel has spoken to him.”

12:30 Jesus answered, “This voice has come for your sake, not for mine.

12:31 Now is the judgment of this world; now the ruler of this world will be driven out.

12:32 And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself.”

12:33 He said this to indicate the kind of death he was to die.

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Dzonǝ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 12:20-33

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Bǝ̀ bǝ Grikǝ̀ bâtsǝ dzwi â tǝtǝ̌ bǝ̀ bu ma bwo ko’o nghǝ â ghu’usǝ Nywe njwe nghwe la. Bwo yii a mbwo Filibǝ̀ ma â  fu fǝ Betsayidà fǝfǝ Galili, nswiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ,  “Ndǝ̀, bìi swa’a zǝ̌ Yesù.” Filibǝ ghǝ swiŋǝ a mbwo Àndrǝya bwo zhǝ ti’i nghǝ fi’ìtǝ̀ a mbwo Yesù. Yesù a kwe a mbwo bwo ngǝ, “fǝ̀’ǝ̀ ku’u mǝ ngǝ bǝ fya aghu’usǝ̀ a mbwo Moo Ŋù.” Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ, “Boŋǝ mboŋǝ ngwàsaŋǝ ka mǝmǝ̀ nshye wwo kwo, boŋǝ ə̀ bǝ tiŋǝ tsɛ’ɛ̀ mboŋǝ̀ mò’ò zuzu; la boŋǝ ǝ kwo boŋǝ ǝ̀ bǝ̌ jwe mbòŋǝ ngha’àtǝ̌. Bǝ̀ bu ma bwo koŋǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ mya bǝ bye la bu ma bwo banǝ mǝdzwinǝ̀ mya nshye wi bǝ liŋǝ nǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lyǝ kǝ mye. Ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wuma â fà’a mbwo mwo bǝ zoŋǝ̀ nǝ mwo. Â ŋù fà’à wa ntsǝmǝ̀ kǝ dzwi adi’i wuma mǝ̀ dzwi wǝ. Ŋù ntsǝmǝ̀ wuma â fa’a mbwo mwò Ətàa wà bǝ lya ghwu’usǝ yɛ.

Ntiŋǝ wa ghasǝ wa tsǝtsoŋnǝ̀, mǝ nti’i swiŋǝ ngǝ kǝ̀, ngǝ – ‘Ətàa wà, fusǝ wa mǝmǝ fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wǐ? Ngaŋǝ, mǝ̀ nyìi nkù’ù fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wu wi a mbǝ̀’ǝ anyù zu zǐ. Ətàà, ghwu’usǝ ǝlwenǝ̀ wwo. “Njì tsǝ̀ ti’i nfû nǝkàŋǝ̀ nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mǝ̀ ntɛ̌ nghu’usǝ, mǝ nkǝ bitǝ bǔ ghu’usǝ.” Ǹno bǝ̀ wu ma ə̂  tiŋǝ wu nzu’u nti’i nswiŋǝ ngǝ à bǝ̌ mbǝŋǝ̀ ma à khwùrǝ. Batsə nswiŋǝ ngǝ andzὲrǝ̀ bòŋnǝ a mbwo zhǝ. Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Njì zǐ yìi a mbǝ’ǝ wu, kakǝ mbǝ̀’ǝ̀ wa bǝ.” Li be Fè’ǝ̀ tsɛ̀rǝ nsa’a nshye. Bǝ̌ bǝ sǝ̀rǝ ǹlìnǝ nshye wi â ghǝ. Â mwò, fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wu ma bǝ lyǝ ntwe wa nshye ko’osǝ ndiŋǝ, mǝ̀ bǝ̂ lǒ bǝ̌ bǝ̀tsǝ̀mǝ̀ nǝbenǝ mwò. Â boŋnǝ li a mǝ dǝ̀sǝnǝ̀ mbuŋǝ̀ nǝ̀wwo zu ma zhǝ bǝ kwo.

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

Free Translation

12:20 Now among those who went up to worship at the festival were some Greeks. Bǝ̀ bǝ Grikǝ̀ bâtsǝ dzwi â tǝtǝ̌ bǝ̀ bu ma bwo ko’o nghǝ â ghu’usǝ Nywe njwe nghwe la.

12:21 They came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, and said to him, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.” Basic Division Without Remainders

12:22 Philip went and told Andrew; then Andrew and Philip went and told Jesus. Filibǝ ghǝ swiŋǝ a mbwo Àndrǝya bwo zhǝ ti’i nghǝ fi’ìtǝ̀ a mbwo Yesù.

12:23 Jesus answered them, “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified. Yesù a kwe a mbwo bwo ngǝ, “fǝ̀’ǝ̀ ku’u mǝ ngǝ bǝ fya aghu’usǝ̀ a mbwo Moo Ŋù.”

12:24 Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ, “Boŋǝ mboŋǝ ngwàsaŋǝ ka mǝmǝ̀ nshye wwo kwo, boŋǝ ə̀ bǝ tiŋǝ tsɛ’ɛ̀ mboŋǝ̀ mò’ò zuzu; la boŋǝ ǝ kwo boŋǝ ǝ̀ bǝ̌ jwe mbòŋǝ ngha’àtǝ̌.

12:25 Those who love their life lose it, and those who hate their life in this world will keep it for eternal life. Bǝ̀ bu ma bwo koŋǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ mya bǝ bye la bu ma bwo banǝ mǝdzwinǝ̀ mya nshye wi bǝ liŋǝ nǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lyǝ kǝ mye.

12:26 Whoever serves me must follow me, and where I am, there will my servant be also. Whoever serves me, the Father will honor. Ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wuma â fà’a mbwo mwo bǝ zoŋǝ̀ nǝ mwo. Â ŋù fà’à wa ntsǝmǝ̀ kǝ dzwi adi’i wuma mǝ̀ dzwi wǝ. Ŋù ntsǝmǝ̀ wuma â fa’a mbwo mwò Ətàa wà bǝ lya ghwu’usǝ yɛ.

12:27 “Now my soul is troubled. And what should I say – ‘Father, save me from this hour’? No, it is for this reason that I have come to this hour. Ntiŋǝ wa ghasǝ wa tsǝtsoŋnǝ̀, mǝ nti’i swiŋǝ ngǝ kǝ̀, ngǝ – ‘Ətàa wà, fusǝ wa mǝmǝ fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wǐ? Ngaŋǝ, mǝ̀ nyìi nkù’ù fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wu wi a mbǝ̀’ǝ anyù zu zǐ.

12:28 Father, glorify your name.” Then a voice came from heaven, “I have glorified it, and I will glorify it again.Ətàà, ghu’usǝ ǝlwenǝ̀ wwo. “Njì tsǝ̀ ti’i nfû nǝkàŋǝ̀ nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Mǝ̀ ntɛ̌ nghu’usǝ, mǝ nkǝ bitǝ bǔ ghu’usǝ.”

12:29 The crowd standing there heard it and said that it was thunder. Others said, “An angel has spoken to him.” Ǹno bǝ̀ wu ma ə̂  tiŋǝ wu nzu’u nti’i nswiŋǝ ngǝ à bǝ̌ mbǝŋǝ̀ ma à khwùrǝ. Batsə nswiŋǝ ngǝ andzὲrǝ̀ bòŋnǝ a mbwo zhǝ.

12:30 Jesus answered, “This voice has come for your sake, not for mine. Yesù swiŋǝ ngǝ, “Njì zǐ yìi a mbǝ’ǝ wu, kakǝ mbǝ̀’ǝ̀ wa bǝ.”

12:31 Now is the judgment of this world; now the ruler of this world will be driven out. Li be Fè’ǝ̀ tsɛ̀rǝ nsa’a nshye. Bǝ̌ bǝ sǝ̀rǝ ǹlìnǝ nshye wi â ghǝ.

12:32 And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself.” Â mwò, fǝ̀’ǝ̀ wu ma bǝ lyǝ ntwe wa nshye ko’osǝ ndiŋǝ, mǝ̀ bǝ̂ lǒ bǝ̌ bǝ̀tsǝ̀mǝ̀ nǝbenǝ mwò.

12:33 He said this to indicate the kind of death he was to die. Â boŋnǝ li a mǝ dǝ̀sǝnǝ̀ mbuŋǝ̀ nǝ̀wwo zu ma zhǝ bǝ kwo.

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My Patroness Amazes Me

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WHO IS SHE?

Born on the 2nd of January 1873 at Alencon in France, she was baptized two days after, on the 4th of January same year. When she was growing up, she thought she would be a nun. She received her First Holy Communion on the 8th of May 1884 and was confirmed on the 14th of June the same year. On the 9th of April 1888, she entered the Carmelite Monastery at Lisieux as a Postulant, at the permission of her Father. She practiced the virtues of humility, evangelical simplicity, and firm confidence in God. She is my Patron Saint, Therese of the Child Jesus, also known as Saint Therese of Lisieux and The Holy Face.

The Holy Face
Saint Therese of Lisieux.

HER INTERIOR SCHOOL

Therese of the Child Jesus is well known throughout the Church’s history as a doctor of souls. I once visited her school of holiness when I read her autobiography and decided to be a student in her school. This gentle soul in her interior school of holiness is awesome and can be very instrumental in the life of any Christian who turns to her intercession. I love reading her story again and again. Her prayer life as a whole, her schedule, and simple constant communion with God must have been the classroom where all teaching, learning, and research work took place for her to come out with her mission. Of course, her teacher being the Holy Spirit and the Blessed Mother her model.

HER MISSION

Therese of the Child Jesus

I’m always touched when I think of the kind of deep love Saint Therese had for God so much that in her last moment here on earth she declared her mission saying,

“I  feel that I am about to enter my rest … but I also feel that my mission is going to begin. My mission to make God loved as I love him, to give my little ways to souls. If God grants my desire, my heaven will be lived on earth, until the end of time. This is not impossible since from the very heart of the beatific vision, the angels watch over us”.

My mission is love P.9.

She developed a lot of confidence in God as I see in most of her writings, like this very heartfelt one,

O my God, Blessed Trinity I declare to love you and make you loved.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

I can see that she had a passionate desire to make God loved as she loves him or as they loved each other, a precious skill she must have acquired only in her interior school. Her self discipline and openness in little things fostered a more significant encounter between God and herself that she intended to serve God even hereafter. I also learned that Therese’s mission actually started after her death, her mission to spend heaven on earth, if God grants her desires, to make God loved. She is one of the most loved saints nowadays because she keeps on fulfilling her mission: Making God’s children love him through her intercession – making Love loved. This Aspect of hers truly amazes me.

HER PRAYER LIFE

I’ve always thought prayer is “talking and listening to God” until I discovered more about prayer when I reflected on what my patroness wrote as a definition for prayer from her experience of prayer.

“A glance directed towards heaven, a cry of gratitude and love in the midst of trials and joys.” 

Therese of the Child Jesus

In her last conversation with her spiritual mother, Therese recounted a moment she encountered God’s glory.  She said,

“…well I was beginning the way of the cross and all of a sudden, I was seized with such a violent love for God that I cannot explain it except by saying that it was as if I had been totally plunged into fire. Oh! What fire and what sweetness at one and the same time! I was burning with love and I felt that one moment, one second longer, and I could not have supported its ardor without dying. I understood what the saint said about this state that they had experienced so often. I experienced it only for an instant, and then I fell back into my usual state of dryness.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Therese’s attitude in prayer was that of abandonment. Even when it was difficult for her to meditate or reflect due to her health, her simplicity, peace of mind, and honesty in little things saw her being carried along by God’s love as a child carried in her Father’s arms. She longed to do great things, but her health could not permit her. In prayers, She was in-between being predominantly active and passive; thus, with no strength of her own, she left her heart predominantly open for the love of God to manifest itself to the fullest. How did she do this? By doing little things in extraordinary ways. We can learn from Therese that we can’t depend on our power to do things or to pray but on the grace of God’s love. 

Another amazing thing in her was her way of praying. Therese never cherished vocal prayers or could not stand a wearisome reiteration of words, but she prefers to silence all her personal circuits to give deep attention in listening to God. She realized that it is when she was in silence that God speaks to her, a very important aspect of her interior school. She wanted to be real as much as possible not to be drawn into ready-made prayers, but however, she said she loved the Divine office.

I also learned that Therese usually recites the ‘Our Father‘ prayer very slowly during her moments of spiritual dryness as she said,

“Sometimes when my mind is in such dryness, that it is impossible for me to draw one thought to unite myself with God I recite very slowly an ‘our Father’ then the angelic situation, this prayer carry me away, they nourish my soul so much more than if I had recited them quickly one hundred times.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This simply means she took her time to get all the meaning and sweetness of every word, phrase, and sentence of the prayer. And this exercise usually carries her out of dryness into a soul-nourishing experience. Amazing!

HER RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VIRGIN MOTHER

THE VIRGIN MOTHER The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary


Her relationship with the virgin Mother was so real that she said,

“The Blessed Virgin shows me that she is not displeased with me and never fails to protect me as soon as I invoke her. I turn towards her and she always takes care of my needs as a tenderness of a mother.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This shows that in her interior school, Therese never despised the Virgin Mother she learned from her and obtained her benefits. She confirms she took care of her needs, which means her prayers through the Virgin Mother were always answered.

HER EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE 

Her radical faith and trust in God must have emanated from her early childhood experience of separation from her family. At the age of 3 years, due to ill health Therese was separated from her family and was only reunited after eleven months. This experience made her clung to her mother with a lot of passion. She could not endure being outside her mother’s presence. After her mother’s death, she clung to her family with the same zeal as she said,

“I could not bear the company of strangers and found my joy only within the intimacy of the Family.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

It is fantastic too that as Therese entered the convent, she clung to God in the same way she clung to her family. This childhood experience was just a glimpse of the interior school she came to establish as a nun, a preparation of what will come to pass in her life as a nun. Her unshakable or radical faith and dependence on God has gotten a significant contribution from her childhood experience.

HER ILL HEALTH

In sickness, Therese knew she had no strength to support herself but believed God would support her soul without her support. She believed she leans on a rock that holds her life and that she holds not the rock, but the rock holds her. This attitude of hers actually astonishes me.

In her interior institution, while learning a lot from God, the Father, Son, Holy Spirit, and Mother Mary, Saint Therese in some of her poems taught us many lessons such as abandonment, love, and self-sacrifice, fortitude, tenderness, purity, etc. To understand and imitate her life is to make us men, women, brothers, and sisters of faith. Just as she taught her novices with her words and examples, so she is teaching us today. Here are two of her amazing poems:

A GLOSS ON THE DIVINE

“Without support, yet with support. 

Living without light, in darkness, 

I am wholly being consumed by love.

 I have no other support than my God. 

And now I proclaim what I value near him.

Is to see and feel my soul 

Supported without any support.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

When I read this poem the first time, I was like startled, and then I asked myself, “what is the meaning of ‘gloss’?” From my dictionary and got it,

gloss

/ɡläs/

noun

  • 1.shine or luster on a smooth surface.

I was so moved as this definition made me understand the poem better. Amazingly, I see how this gentle soul describes her smooth leaning on God, her self abandonment in God’s hands, especially in moments when her heart was willing, but her body could not take her to where she wishes to reach in her calling due to her ill health.

LIVING ON LOVE

“Living on love is giving without limit.

Without claiming any value here below. 

Ah! I give without counting, truly sure. 

That when one loves one does not keep counts! 

Overflowing with tenderness, I have given everything.

To his divine heart… lightly I run.

I have nothing left but my only wealth

Living on love.

Living on love is banishing every fear. 

Every memory of past faults.

I see no imprint of my sins.

In a moment love has burnt out everything.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Wow! what a love song. If there is a word in the whole wide world so difficult to define, it is “LOVE,” but here is a very simple, very true definition of love from a pure heart. Amazing! “Giving without limit, without counting, overflowing with tenderness, banishing fear, etc.”

CANONIZATION OF SAINT THERESE

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

“After her death on the 30th of September 1897, at the age of 24, Saint Therese was declared venerable by Pope Benedict XV in 1921. In 1923 Pope Pius XI promulgated a decree which beatified Therese, describing her as the “Star of his Pontifical reign.” Finally, on the 17th of May 1925, Therese Martin, also known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, was canonized at St. Peter’s Basilica in the presence of thirty-four cardinals, more than two hundred Arch Bishops and Bishops, innumerable priests religious and others. The Basilica was decorated with garlands of roses. She was also proclaimed a doctor of the Church.”

In fact, I’m impressed at the number of people present at her canonization, which indicates how Therese had touched the lives of many with her simple ways. This inevitably came to pass as a result of her dedication to her interior school, where she listened, communicated, and acted according to God’s will for her. She is said to be one of the most loved saints of this century because she keeps on fulfilling her mission. She is the woman most loved by the world after the mother of God. A doctor has done a lot of research, passed several exams, and is an expert in his work field. So was Saint Therese in her vocation. She did little things in extraordinary ways showing us that it is not only in doing great and mighty things that one deserves this title. Yes, she died but still lives and has visited so many countries of the world, something she wished she could do while on earth but limited by health.

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

Her Intercessory Power

I was so astonished when I read about her intercessory power and decided to seek her intercession one time I had a difficulty. I prayed the “Glory Be Novena to Saint Therese.”

I was standing in front of the whole school that morning, conducting morning devotion. The latecomers had been stopped from running in except the kindergartens who were allowed to join their mates on their line. Suddenly, up came one of the latecomers, my class kids, Tumi, running directly towards me with a flower in hand. He must have harvested it on his way to school, for he lives on a hillside two kilometers from the school compost. The other pupils watched with amazement, eager to see what Tumi will be up to. Innocently, he offered me the flower saying, “Madam, take your ‘fiawer’. ” The whole school burst into laughter. 😁😁😁 Tumi was so happy😀as I received the flower, carried him up, and embraced him. No one could understand what this was all about, but I who have read that Saint Therese usually indicates answered prayers with flower signs. This happens the first time I took the novena. I thought it was a coincidence, but my second experience made me actually believe.

I was kneeling in front of the Blessed Sacrament on the 9th day of my Novena to Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, and as I was meditating, my eyes caught the bouquet of flowers that was standing at the altar. Just of a sudden, a rose left the bouquet and fell on the floor. This again to me was a confirmation of answered prayers through Saint Therese, and this made me believe that what is said of her is true that when you seek her intercession, she mostly shows signs of answered prayers with flowers. No doubt, she is also popularly known as “The Little Flower of Jesus,” or only “The Little Flower.

Truly my patroness amazes me, and I’m proud to be a student in her school. She is one of the greatest saints of modern times.

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Object Identification for Slow Learners

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Game-Based Learning plays important role in teaching by making students to collaborate, communicate, interact and work in teams. Strategic games improve the functioning of brain. Gaming creates a dynamic that can inspire learners to develop skills and build an emotional connection to learning and subject matter. Games designed specifically for the purpose of educating children can motivate self learning and problem-solving skills to a great extent. Game-Based Learning simply means including knowledge matter of subject into games. All types of games are learning processes, be it casual gaming for fun, or something serious. Here is one of such games. The student will be able to identify objects and count them

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African Dish – Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama Recipe and Preparation

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African Dish – Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama
Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. African Dish. Recipe and Preparation

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a typical African dish, so rich in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty corn fufu and njyama-njyama dish are as listed below.

Recipe for Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

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Method for preparing Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Preparing Njyama-njyama

  • Harvest the huckleberry (Njyama-njyama) from the farm or buy from the market. The quantity depends on how much fufu and njyama-njyama you want to prepare.Pick the njyama-njyama by removing the hard stems.Wash thoroughly and boil the njyama-njyama for about 20 to 30 minutes, then remove and slice.
  • Slice the tomatoes and onion and fry using the vegetable oil and fry about two to three minutes.
  • Add salt and magi, and allow to fry for about two or three more minutes depending on the quantity. Pepper can also be added at this stage for those who like it.
  • Add the sliced njyama-njyama and stir well. When it is well mixed with the tomato and onion paste, allow it for one or two minutes, then stir and remove from the gas cooker or fireside.

Preparing Corn Fufu

  • Trash dry yellow or red corn and grin it at a grinding mill. You may buy already prepared corn flour from a store.
  • Put enough water in a sizable pot, depending on your quantity. Allow the water to bubble. Mixed corn flour with water and put in the bubbling water, then stir continuously for about three to four minutes till the dough is thick and tough.
  • Add warm water and using a pestle or a wooden spoon , open the dough and let the water go in between the dough down to the bottom of the pot. Then cover and let it cook for about two to three minutes. open and stir till the fufu is smoother, tougher and looks shinny.
  • Use the banana leaves to tie. Where there are no banana leaves, you can use film rolls.
  • Serve with fried or baked chicken, fish or meat.

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Health benefits of Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama

Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a dish very rich in food nutrients such as,

  • carbohydrates
  • proteins
  • vitamins
  • fats and oil

This video shows how to prepare Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama. View and share it with friends.

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With high combat on COVID-19 the future seems promising (Advantages of COVID-19)

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My view

When I look at the whole world as it was some months ago and in the present, I see a promising future where hopes shall be restored, fears disappear, social and public life curbed, businesses well managed, international relations well supervised, world health secured and good home discipline not left out of the great transformation that probably will sprout out of the situation we are living now. With great combat on COVID-19 presently, the future seems promising. Surely these advantages will come to realize if we continue to cooperate in the fight against COVID-19. Up till now, everyone is so conscious and so vigilant of every bit of thing happening around them; however, some people are still to realize the necessity of continuous combat on this virus. So, in seven ways, I have examined this beautiful dream.

  1. A future with restored hopes.
  2. A future with no fears but confidence in the ways things are done.
  3. A future with new approach to social and public life.
  4.  A future with well managed businesses.
  5. A future with well supervised and improved international relations.
  6. A future where home security and discipline will be more focused on. 
  7. A future with a well secured world health.

1. A future with restored hopes.

It is but right that what we have all seen and passed through months ago and are still in it now has affected many of us negatively and left many without hope of a better future. There’s no need to be hopeless; in any disappointment, there is a blessing. Looking at how things are unfolding, like the continuous combat on the corona virus, opening up to normality being carefully initiated with everyone involved, the poor and the rich, the old and the young, the governments and lay institutions, we can say there is great hope for the future. If everyone continues to be involved in the fight against this virus, then the advantage is that hopes shall be highly restored and the future brighter.

2. A future with no fears but confidence in the ways things are done.

Fear still lingers in the hearts of many as a result of the present situation. Those who are sick, those who have lost dear ones or have relatives and friends who are suffering, feel hurt. Those working on the front lines and their families, the government, and private business owners, in a nutshell, nearly every one of us carries along a degree of fear in heart because of this situation we find ourselves. Due to the fear, we turn to do one thing or another with a lot of vigilance and care. Thus, when all these daily routines become a habit, a new way of life will surely emanate. When the new way of life is mastered, and new societal norms formed, our fears shall all disappear since we shall be like new people living in a changing society. We shall then leave our homes in confidence to go to a clean, well-organized store, supermarket, orchestra, Church worship, school, wedding ceremony, and what have you. The leverage here maybe that man shall overcome fear, develop more vigilance and confidence in his relationship with neighbors and others, and do simple things well.

3. A future with a new approach to social and public life.

Social life has been so vast and varied that many good and ought things have also happened within making its definition so tricky. It seems gone are those days when human beings had to move too close to one another in many different ways such as friendships, love relationships, infatuations, marriages, lesbianism, homosexuality, public worship, public games, school life, and what have you. These relationships and places brought humans too close to one another, but now a lot of care is being taken thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. With social distancing, face covering, hand washing, and other measures put in place due to this situation, in the future, people might turn to go very close mostly towards those they highly trust, thereby ensuring respect and care for others.


Public worship presently is experiencing some transformation, an indication that worship procedures shall never be the same again. There is a lot of vigilance and ethical rules put in place that may be maintained when things come to normality. Many people now use social media to worship and praise God. This act may bring about a wider Spread of the Gospel in the future.

With this beneficial tool of social distancing and if this degree of sanity and respect for others is maintained continuously, then shall social and public life curbed positively. Achieving this can help us become creatures of high integrity in the years to come when we must have gotten rid of the situation at hand.

4. A future with well managed businesses and discoveries.

Even though people physically distance themselves, they are using technology in a new way to connect with others. This phenomenon has given rise to the discovery of different techniques of doing things that are good and may continuously improve for a better future. Managers and business operators during this era of COVID-19 have developed very high standards and techniques for handling their businesses. The hygiene and sanitation nature, entrance and exit norms, more online sales, and delivery methods are signs of a better future. Considering the advantage of this change no one may want to go back to old ways. All these are indications that business life seemingly shall never be the same again but improve.

Working from home has been seen to be even more productive and stress-free than before. This experience has also helped to reduce the cost of depreciation and maintenance of office equipment, ensuring a better future for businesses. The cost of these types of equipment may also decrease in the future due to the reduction in their uses. This experience might influence both employers and employees to love and schedule more work from home in the future than now. Some people may also gain online jobs thereby fostering development and employment.
In the line of education, the advantage is that there are hopes of more online teaching/learning, and more techniques and discoveries in doing this in the future than ever before. School staffs have also discovered different ways and techniques in meeting their kids online, even down to kids 1 – 12, a discovery that might have come to stay for a better future. Online classes and zoom meetings have been the order of the day and seen to be comfortable and productive. Connecting with the world online in any form of business is more accessible than ever before, as at-home media consumption has increased dramatically, influencing all aspects of life. More students may turn to take online courses effectively in the future rather than going into the classrooms.

5. A future with well supervised and improved international relations.

The movement now from one country to another is well supervised than ever before, thanks to COVID-19. These measures might only continue to improve because of the hard lessons governments have learned from this ugly situation.
Screening and checks at the airports and seaports, if continuously intensified, shall be able to control better, further outbreaks of viruses that may spread this wild.
More help is now directed to developing countries, thus ensuring more world health and peace. The vast world powers shall tend to think “world,” not just states or continents for COVID-19, in its manner of spread, has taught the global world that one man’s problem is everyone’s problem.

6. A future where home security and discipline will be more focused on. 

Parents have developed more delight in tendering their children at home than before. Parents who sometimes feel relieved and rested when their kids are out to school have now with joy preferred to keep them at home and follow them up as long as it is safe without complaining. Family members are seen doing more household crafts like baking and cooking than before. They understand that health comes first for health is life. This mentality ensures less restaurant expenditures, more unity, love, creativity, and understanding within the family now and can be more in the future.

Christian life shall surely experience a boom because children are now learning a lot of sound Christian doctrine and practices right in their homes since home prayer life has intensified with the use of social media.
With the experience of COVID-19 in mind, a second thought might be given to the construction of houses where a quarantine section shall be considered necessary for other health issues, not necessarily COVID-19. Such an achievement might help to control the spread of infections at family level thus ensuring good family and societal health in the future.

7. A future with a well secured world health.

As routines and schedules change to meet the demands of isolation, many people have turned to workout programs and indoor games. Some now focus on taking care of their own physical and psychological needs and those of friends and loved ones. Many seek ways to cope with stress and to keep themselves busy when bored. All these guarantee a better world health in the future.

Conclusion

We shall all realize and enjoy all these advantages if only we continue to combat COVID-19 using all possible means for its complete eradication. Let us all cooperate in quarantine, face covering, hand washing, ethical business norms, care, and respect for one another to secure a future full of hopes, confidence, integrity, good health, well organized businesses, discipline, more discoveries and employment.

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My Patroness Amazes Me

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WHO IS SHE?

Born on the 2nd of January 1873 at Alencon in France, she was baptized two days after, on the 4th of January same year. When she was growing up, she thought she would be a nun. She received her First Holy Communion on the 8th of May 1884 and was confirmed on the 14th of June the same year. On the 9th of April 1888, she entered the Carmelite Monastery at Lisieux as a Postulant, at the permission of her Father. She practiced the virtues of humility, evangelical simplicity, and firm confidence in God. She is my Patron Saint, Therese of the Child Jesus, also known as Saint Therese of Lisieux and The Holy Face.

The Holy Face
Saint Therese of Lisieux.

HER INTERIOR SCHOOL

Therese of the Child Jesus is well known throughout the Church’s history as a doctor of souls. I once visited her school of holiness when I read her autobiography and decided to be a student in her school. This gentle soul in her interior school of holiness is awesome and can be very instrumental in the life of any Christian who turns to her intercession. I love reading her story again and again. Her prayer life as a whole, her schedule, and simple constant communion with God must have been the classroom where all teaching, learning, and research work took place for her to come out with her mission. Of course, her teacher being the Holy Spirit and the Blessed Mother her model.

HER MISSION

Therese of the Child Jesus

I’m always touched when I think of the kind of deep love Saint Therese had for God so much that in her last moment here on earth she declared her mission saying,

“I  feel that I am about to enter my rest … but I also feel that my mission is going to begin. My mission to make God loved as I love him, to give my little ways to souls. If God grants my desire, my heaven will be lived on earth, until the end of time. This is not impossible since from the very heart of the beatific vision, the angels watch over us”.

My mission is love P.9.

She developed a lot of confidence in God as I see in most of her writings, like this very heartfelt one,

O my God, Blessed Trinity I declare to love you and make you loved.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

I can see that she had a passionate desire to make God loved as she loves him or as they loved each other, a precious skill she must have acquired only in her interior school. Her self discipline and openness in little things fostered a more significant encounter between God and herself that she intended to serve God even hereafter. I also learned that Therese’s mission actually started after her death, her mission to spend heaven on earth, if God grants her desires, to make God loved. She is one of the most loved saints nowadays because she keeps on fulfilling her mission: Making God’s children love him through her intercession – making Love loved. This Aspect of hers truly amazes me.

HER PRAYER LIFE

I’ve always thought prayer is “talking and listening to God” until I discovered more about prayer when I reflected on what my patroness wrote as a definition for prayer from her experience of prayer.

“A glance directed towards heaven, a cry of gratitude and love in the midst of trials and joys.” 

Therese of the Child Jesus

In her last conversation with her spiritual mother, Therese recounted a moment she encountered God’s glory.  She said,

“…well I was beginning the way of the cross and all of a sudden, I was seized with such a violent love for God that I cannot explain it except by saying that it was as if I had been totally plunged into fire. Oh! What fire and what sweetness at one and the same time! I was burning with love and I felt that one moment, one second longer, and I could not have supported its ardor without dying. I understood what the saint said about this state that they had experienced so often. I experienced it only for an instant, and then I fell back into my usual state of dryness.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Therese’s attitude in prayer was that of abandonment. Even when it was difficult for her to meditate or reflect due to her health, her simplicity, peace of mind, and honesty in little things saw her being carried along by God’s love as a child carried in her Father’s arms. She longed to do great things, but her health could not permit her. In prayers, She was in-between being predominantly active and passive; thus, with no strength of her own, she left her heart predominantly open for the love of God to manifest itself to the fullest. How did she do this? By doing little things in extraordinary ways. We can learn from Therese that we can’t depend on our power to do things or to pray but on the grace of God’s love. 

Another amazing thing in her was her way of praying. Therese never cherished vocal prayers or could not stand a wearisome reiteration of words, but she prefers to silence all her personal circuits to give deep attention in listening to God. She realized that it is when she was in silence that God speaks to her, a very important aspect of her interior school. She wanted to be real as much as possible not to be drawn into ready-made prayers, but however, she said she loved the Divine office.

I also learned that Therese usually recites the ‘Our Father‘ prayer very slowly during her moments of spiritual dryness as she said,

“Sometimes when my mind is in such dryness, that it is impossible for me to draw one thought to unite myself with God I recite very slowly an ‘our Father’ then the angelic situation, this prayer carry me away, they nourish my soul so much more than if I had recited them quickly one hundred times.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This simply means she took her time to get all the meaning and sweetness of every word, phrase, and sentence of the prayer. And this exercise usually carries her out of dryness into a soul-nourishing experience. Amazing!

HER RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VIRGIN MOTHER

THE VIRGIN MOTHER


Her relationship with the virgin Mother was so real that she said,

“The Blessed Virgin shows me that she is not displeased with me and never fails to protect me as soon as I invoke her. I turn towards her and she always takes care of my needs as a tenderness of a mother.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This shows that in her interior school, Therese never despised the Virgin Mother she learned from her and obtained her benefits. She confirms she took care of her needs, which means her prayers through the Virgin Mother were always answered.

HER EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE 

Her radical faith and trust in God must have emanated from her early childhood experience of separation from her family. At the age of 3 years, due to ill health Therese was separated from her family and was only reunited after eleven months. This experience made her clung to her mother with a lot of passion. She could not endure being outside her mother’s presence. After her mother’s death, she clung to her family with the same zeal as she said,

“I could not bear the company of strangers and found my joy only within the intimacy of the Family.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

It is fantastic too that as Therese entered the convent, she clung to God in the same way she clung to her family. This childhood experience was just a glimpse of the interior school she came to establish as a nun, a preparation of what will come to pass in her life as a nun. Her unshakable or radical faith and dependence on God has gotten a significant contribution from her childhood experience.

HER ILL HEALTH

In sickness, Therese knew she had no strength to support herself but believed God would support her soul without her support. She believed she leans on a rock that holds her life and that she holds not the rock, but the rock holds her. This attitude of hers actually astonishes me.

In her interior institution, while learning a lot from God, the Father, Son, Holy Spirit, and Mother Mary, Saint Therese in some of her poems taught us many lessons such as abandonment, love, and self-sacrifice, fortitude, tenderness, purity, etc. To understand and imitate her life is to make us men, women, brothers, and sisters of faith. Just as she taught her novices with her words and examples, so she is teaching us today. Here are two of her amazing poems:

A GLOSS ON THE DIVINE

“Without support, yet with support. 

Living without light, in darkness, 

I am wholly being consumed by love.

 I have no other support than my God. 

And now I proclaim what I value near him.

Is to see and feel my soul 

Supported without any support.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

When I read this poem the first time, I was like startled, and then I asked myself, “what is the meaning of ‘gloss’?” From my dictionary and got it,

gloss

/ɡläs/

noun

  • 1.shine or luster on a smooth surface.

I was so moved as this definition made me understand the poem better. Amazingly, I see how this gentle soul describes her smooth leaning on God, her self abandonment in God’s hands, especially in moments when her heart was willing, but her body could not take her to where she wishes to reach in her calling due to her ill health.

LIVING ON LOVE

“Living on love is giving without limit.

Without claiming any value here below. 

Ah! I give without counting, truly sure. 

That when one loves one does not keep counts! 

Overflowing with tenderness, I have given everything.

To his divine heart… lightly I run.

I have nothing left but my only wealth

Living on love.

Living on love is banishing every fear. 

Every memory of past faults.

I see no imprint of my sins.

In a moment love has burnt out everything.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Wow! what a love song. If there is a word in the whole wide world so difficult to define, it is “LOVE,” but here is a very simple, very true definition of love from a pure heart. Amazing! “Giving without limit, without counting, overflowing with tenderness, banishing fear, etc.”

CANONIZATION OF SAINT THERESE

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

“After her death on the 30th of September 1897, at the age of 24, Saint Therese was declared venerable by Pope Benedict XV in 1921. In 1923 Pope Pius XI promulgated a decree which beatified Therese, describing her as the “Star of his Pontifical reign.” Finally, on the 17th of May 1925, Therese Martin, also known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, was canonized at St. Peter’s Basilica in the presence of thirty-four cardinals, more than two hundred Arch Bishops and Bishops, innumerable priests religious and others. The Basilica was decorated with garlands of roses. She was also proclaimed a doctor of the Church.”

In fact, I’m impressed at the number of people present at her canonization, which indicates how Therese had touched the lives of many with her simple ways. This inevitably came to pass as a result of her dedication to her interior school, where she listened, communicated, and acted according to God’s will for her. She is said to be one of the most loved saints of this century because she keeps on fulfilling her mission. She is the woman most loved by the world after the mother of God. A doctor has done a lot of research, passed several exams, and is an expert in his work field. So was Saint Therese in her vocation. She did little things in extraordinary ways showing us that it is not only in doing great and mighty things that one deserves this title. Yes, she died but still lives and has visited so many countries of the world, something she wished she could do while on earth but limited by health.

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

Her Intercessory Power

I was so astonished when I read about her intercessory power and decided to seek her intercession one time I had a difficulty. I prayed the “Glory Be Novena to Saint Therese.”

I was standing in front of the whole school that morning, conducting morning devotion. The latecomers had been stopped from running in except the kindergartens who were allowed to join their mates on their line. Suddenly, up came one of the latecomers, my class kids, Tumi, running directly towards me with a flower in hand. He must have harvested it on his way to school, for he lives on a hillside two kilometers from the school compost. The other pupils watched with amazement, eager to see what Tumi will be up to. Innocently, he offered me the flower saying, “Madam, take your ‘fiawer’. ” The whole school burst into laughter. 😁😁😁 Tumi was so happy😀as I received the flower, carried him up, and embraced him. No one could understand what this was all about, but I who have read that Saint Therese usually indicates answered prayers with flower signs. This happens the first time I took the novena. I thought it was a coincidence, but my second experience made me actually believe.

I was kneeling in front of the Blessed Sacrament on the 9th day of my Novena to Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, and as I was meditating, my eyes caught the bouquet of flowers that was standing at the altar. Just of a sudden, a rose left the bouquet and fell on the floor. This again to me was a confirmation of answered prayers through Saint Therese, and this made me believe that what is said of her is true that when you seek her intercession, she mostly shows signs of answered prayers with flowers. No doubt, she is also popularly known as “The Little Flower of Jesus,” or only “The Little Flower.

Truly my patroness amazes me, and I’m proud to be a student in her school. She is one of the greatest saints of modern times.

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