286. WELELO IGALYAGA NA B’AMAHANO.

Imbuki ya lusumo lunulo ilolile bhudula bho ng’wa Welelo. Ubhudula bhokwe bholechije giki, Uweyi adinantale, nulu munhu mgamkumilija giki, ali na bhudula, Iyoyi iWelelo ulu yuhaya gung’wizila, igunsola duhu. Gashinaga lulu, Iwelelo, idalemejiyagwa. Hunagwene abhanhu bhagayomba giki, ‘Welelo igalyaga na bhamahano.’

Ulusumo lunulo lugalenganijiyagwa kuli munhu uyo ali na nhinda jagwikumilija giki, uweyi adakangagwa umuwikaji bhokwe. Uweyi agikalaga wihaya giki adalacha, kunguno ya bhudula bhokwe. Aliyo lulu, ulu ucha umunhu ng’wunuyo, abhanhu bhaguyomba giki, ‘Welelo igalyaga na bhamahano.’

Ulusumo lunulo lolanga bhanhu guleka nhinda ja gubhulema ubhutale bho ng’wa Mulungu. Yigelelilwe abhanhu bhenabho bhadebhe igiki, bhadadulile ugubhushigila ubhudula n’ubhutale bho ng’wa Mulungu.

(1 Wakorintho 13:8-9).

KISWAHILI: DUNIA HUMEZA HATA WENYE MAAJABU.

Chanzo cha methali hii chaangalia uwezo wa Mungu. Uwezo wake huo hujionesha kwamba, Yeye hana mkubwa, hata watu wakimsifia mtu fulani kuwa ana uwezo, Mungu akitaka kumwijia, hayupo wa kumkataza. Kumbe basi, Mungu, hakatazwi. Ndiyo maana watu husema, ‘Dunia humeza hata wenye maajabu.’

Methali hii hulinganishwa kwa mtu mwenye kiburi cha kujisifia kwamba yeye hatishwi maishani mwake. Mtu huyo hujitapa kuwa hataweza kufa, kwa sababu ya uwezo wake. Lakini, mtu huyo akifa, watu watasema, ‘Dunia humeza hata wenye maajabu.’

Methali hiyo hufundisha watu kuacha kiburi cha kuukataa ukuu na uwezo wa Mungu maishani mwao. Yafaa watu hao waelewe kwamba, hawawezi kuufikia ukuu na uwezo wa Mungu.

(1 Wakorintho 13:8-9).

 

 

Thank God

ENGLISH: THE WORLD SWALLOWS EVEN THOSE WITH MIRACULOUS ABILITIES.

The origin of this proverb is the mighty power of God. God’s power shows Him as the Almighty and the greatest of all, the Most High. Even when people praise someone else as powerful, if God wants to take him/her, there is no way He can be resisted. That is why people say, ‘The world swallows even those with miraculous abilities.’

The proverb is comparatively used as a warning to proud people who brag that no one can intimidate them, including God. They swear that they will not die, because of their abilities. But, when such a person dies, people say, ‘The world swallows even those with miraculous abilities.’

This proverb teaches people to swallow their pride and embrace God’s greatness and power in their lives. It is fitting for them to realize that they cannot compare their abilities to God’s greatness and mighty powers.

(1 Corinthians 13: 8-9)

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