When the Israelites finally reached the Promised Land, the tabernacle became the center of true worship there.
Ivbi Izrẹl ghi sẹ Otọ Na Yan Rẹn nẹ, ibọkpọ ẹre iran ghi gha loo ya ga e Jehova.
Priests taught the Law, and judges guided the nation.
Avbe ohẹn na gha maa emwa uhi, avbe ọbuohiẹn na gha dia emwa.
This section illustrates the profound impact that a person’s decisions and actions can have on others.
Abọ na keghi niania vbene atamuolọyan ne ima ru ya dekaan emwa ọvbehe hẹ.
Each Israelite had a personal responsibility toward Jehovah and his fellow man.
Emwi ne Ivbi Izrẹl rhirhi ru kegha mwẹ vbene ọ ya dekaan e Jehova hẹ kevbe ogieva iran.
Highlight the influence that Deborah, Naomi, Joshua, Hannah, Jephthah’s daughter, and Samuel had on their communities.
U ghi niania vbene igiemwi ọghe Debora, e Naomi, e Jọsua, e Hanna, ovbi e Jẹfta, kevbe Samuẹl ya ru iyobọ ne emwa ni ghaa rre ẹdogbo ne iran ye hẹ.
Emphasize that even some non-Israelites, such as Rahab, Ruth, Jael, and the Gibeonites, decided to side with the Israelites because they knew that God was with them.
U ghi vbe nianiaẹn wẹẹ, emwa eso ni ma gha re Ivbi Izrẹl, keghi do yegbe ba iran rhunmwuda ne iran na rẹn wẹẹ, e Jehova gu Ivbi Izrẹl rrọọ. Usun iran na ọre Rehab, e Rut, e Jaẹl, kevbe Ivbi e Gibiọn.
Jehovah used the judges to save his people miraculously
E Jehova keghi loo avbe ọbuohiẹn ya miẹn emwa rẹn fan vbe odẹ ọghe ọyunnua
Faithful ones, young and old, were rewarded for their complete confidence in Jehovah
E Jehova keghi fiangbe emwa ni ghaa mwẹ amuẹtinyan daa irẹn, ke ọmaẹn ke ẹghele
God is not partial; he accepts people from every nation and background who love him and do what is right
Osanobua i gbe ewanmwẹ ghee obọ ọkpa; ọmwaikọmwa nọ hoẹmwẹ ọnrẹn kevbe nọ ru ahoo ọghẹe ẹre irẹn miẹn yi