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Bibeli Mimo / The Holy Bible in Yoruba / Pélú Óró Jesu Tí a Fi Áwó Pupa Ko / Bible Society of Nigeria 2021 / Hardcover / Words of Christ in RED / Yoruba Bible

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Bibeli Mimo / The Holy Bible in Yoruba / Pélú Óró Jesu Tí a Fi Áwó Pupa Ko

Bible Society of Nigeria 2021 / Hardcover / Words of Christ in RED / Yoruba Bible

 

  • Hardcover 2021
  • ISBN: 9789788437178  /  978-9788437178
  • ISBN-10: 9788437176
  • PAGES: 1350
  • PUBLISHER: Bible Society of Nigeria
  • LANGUAGE: Yourba

 

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The Bibeli Mimo is the Holy Bible translated into the Yoruba language, spoken primarily in Nigeria and other parts of West Africa. The Yoruba Bible is published by the Bible Society of Nigeria and is available in a hardcover edition released in 2021. The book contains the complete text of the Old and New Testaments and includes the words of Christ in red, allowing readers to easily distinguish Jesus's words from the surrounding text.

The Bibeli Mimo has an ISBN of 9789788437178 and 978-9788437178; for the hardcover edition, the ISBN-10 is 9788437176. The book is 1350 pages long and is written entirely in the Yoruba language, providing a valuable resource for Yoruba speakers both in Nigeria and elsewhere. The hardcover edition ensures that the book is durable and long-lasting, making it an ideal reference for scholars, linguists, and individuals seeking spiritual guidance.

The Yoruba Bible is a critical resource for Christians in Nigeria and throughout the world who speak the Yoruba language. It provides an opportunity to study the Word of God in a language that is easy to understand and relatable, which helps deepen the readers' understanding and connection with the scripture. The translation is faithful to the original Greek and Hebrew texts and is an accurate reflection of the Holy Bible's teachings.

One of the significant features of the Yoruba Bible is the words of Christ in red. This feature makes it easier for readers to distinguish between the words of Jesus and the surrounding text. It also adds a visual appeal to the pages of the book, making it more attractive and engaging for readers. Moreover, the contents of the Yoruba Bible are well-organized, making it easily accessible and understandable for readers of all levels of understanding.

By reading the Yoruba Bible, readers can not only improve their language skills, but they can also deepen their understanding of the bible and the teachings of Christ. The book offers spiritual guidance and inspiration, providing readers with a positive message of hope and faith. The Yoruba Bible is a valuable resource that serves to preserve the Yoruba language and culture while also advancing religious knowledge and spiritual growth.

In conclusion, the Bibeli Mimo or the Yoruba Bible is an invaluable resource for Yoruba speakers in Nigeria and around the world. The book's hardcover edition, released in 2021, is long-lasting and durable, making it an ideal reference for scholars, linguists, and anyone seeking spiritual guidance. The words of Christ printed in red are a helpful distinguishing feature, making it easier for readers to follow along and distinguish His words from the surrounding text. The Yoruba Bible is an essential tool for anyone seeking to deepen their relationship with God while simultaneously improving their understanding of the Yoruba language and culture.

Yoruba (Èdè Yorùbá) is a language spoken in West Africa. The number of speakers of Yoruba is estimated between 30 and 40 million, primarily by the ethnic Yoruba peopleIt is a pluricentric language spoken principally in Nigeria and Benin, with communities in Sierra Leone, Liberia, other parts of Africa, the Americas, and Europe. The non-vernacular remains of the language in the Caribbean, Lucumi, is the liturgical language of the Santería religion of the region. Many Yoruba words are used in the Afro-Brazilian religion known as Candomblé. Yoruba language remants are also used in many other Afro-American religions in the Americas and the Caribbean. Yoruba is most closely related to the Itsekiri language (spoken in the Niger Delta) and to Igala (spoken in central Nigeria).

 

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