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    John 2
    •   Y mina tres na jaane, mafatinas y guipot umasagua, gui Cana, siudan Galilea, ya y nana�a si Jesus gaegue g�ije.
    •   Ya si Jesus yan y disipulu�a maagange locue para y guipot umasagua.
    •   Anae taya y bino, y nana�a si Jesus ileg�a nu g�iya: Taya bino�ija.
    •   Ya ileg�a nu g�iya si Jesus: Pot jafayo na juentalo nu jago, palaoan? trabia ti mafato y orajo.
    •   Si nana�a ileg�a ni manma�e�etbe: Fatinas todo y tinago�a.
    •   Y estaba g�ije saes lauyan acho, parejoja yan y guinasgas�ija y Judios, na manulat, cada uno, dos pat tres cantaro.
    •   Yleg�a si Jesus nu sija: Nafanbula este sija lauyan janom. Ya manafanbula asta y pachot.
    •   Ya ileg�a nu sija: Chile pago ya innae y maestrosala; ya machule.
    •   Ya anae y maestrosala jachague y janom na mafatimas bino, ya ti jatungo guine mano: (lao y manma�e�etbe tumungo, na jachule y janom), y maestrosala jaagange y nobio;
    • 10   Ya ileg�a nu g�iya: Todo y taotao janafofona y mauleg na bino; ya yaguin esta manjaspog, ayo nae y mas manaelaye: lao jago unnanana y mauleg na bino asta pago.
    • 11   Este na tutujon y se�at�a sija, jafatinas si Jesus, guiya Cana suidan Galilea, ya janamatungo y minalag�a; ya y disipulu�a sija majonggue g�e.
    • 12   Despues di este tumunog guiya Capernaum, g�iya yan y ma�elu�a yan y disipulu�a sija, ya ma�aga g�ije ti megae na jaane.
    • 13   Y estaba g�ije jijot y pascuan y Judios, ya si Jesus cajulo guiya Jerusalem.
    • 14   Ya jasoda gui guimayuus manmanbebende y nubiyo yan y quinilo, yan y paluma, yan y manmanulalaeca manmatatachong:
    • 15   Ya ma�aolag ni tale, ya janafanmalago todo gui guimayuus, yan y quinilo, yan y nubiyo; yan y machapon y salape y manmanulalaeca, yan manaalinquin y lamasa,
    • 16   Ya ileg�a ni manmanbebende ni paluma: Nafanjanao g�ine este sija na g�inaja, ya chamiyo fumatitinas y guima tata, guima namajan.
    • 17   Entonses manmanjaso y disipulu�a ni estaba matugue: Ynigo y guimamo cumano yo.
    • 18   Y Judio sija manmanope ya ileg�ija; Jafa na se�at unfanuejam taeg�ije ayo, sa jago unfatinas este sija na g�inaja?
    • 19   Si Jesus manope ya ileg�a: Yulang este na gumayuus, ya y tres na jaane; junacajulo talo.
    • 20   Ayonae y Judio sija ileg�ija: Gui cuarentaisaes a�os manacajulo este na gumayuus, ya jago, gui tres na jaane, unacajulo?
    • 21   Lao g�iya umadingan ni guima tataotao�a.
    • 22   Enao mina anae cajulo guine manmatae, y disipulu�a jajaso na munjayan jasangane este, ya manmanjonggue ni tinigue sija yan y sinangan ni jasangan si Jesus.
    • 23   Ya, g�iya gaegue guiya Jerusalem gui pascua, y jaane ni guipot, ya megae manmanjonggue ni naan�a, anae malie sija y se�at�a sija ni jafatinas.
    • 24   Lao si Jesus namaesa, ti jaangoco g�e guiya sija, sa g�iya jatungo todo taotao,
    • 25   Ya taya nesesida na jaye unae testimonio ni taotao, sa g�iya tumungo y guaja gui jalom taotao.
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    Chamorro: Y Santa Biblia: Y Cuatro Ebangelio Sija Yan Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija Gui Testamento Nuebo Y Señotta Yan Y Satbadotta Si Jesucristo Yan Y Salmo Sija (1908)
    The Chamorro language is the native and an official language of the US Territory of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (in political union with the United States of America).

    Formally titled Chamorro and English Scriptures: Y Cuatro Ebangelio Sija Yan Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija Gui Testamento Nuebo Y Señotta Yan Y Satbadotta Si Jesucristo Yan Y Salmo Sija, the 1908 Chamorro Bible is composed of six books in diglot format (Chamorro on the left page and English on the right page): San Mateo, San Marcos, San Lucas, San Juan, Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija, and Y Salmo Sija (Saint Matthew, Saint Mark, Saint Luke, Saint John, The Acts of the Apostles, and The Psalms). In 1908, about 1000 copies were printed by the American Bible Society. Outside of libraries, very few are known to exist (as of this writing, one).

    San Mateo, San Marcos, San Lucas, San Juan, Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija, and Y Salmo Sija were translated in the early 1900's by Francis Marion Price, missionary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM), assisted by five currently unidentified Chamorros in Guam. According to Chamorro Scriptures for the Island of Guam (Bible Society Record, July 1908, Volume 53, Number 7, American Bible Society, New York, New York, USA), the "translations were made from the Westcott-Hort Greek Testament". Francis Marion Price and his wife Sarah Jane Price (maiden name, Freeborn) were Guam's first Protestant missionaries. Prior to their Guam assignment they worked in China and Truk (Chuuk), Caroline Islands.

    The 1908 Chamorro Bible is an important part of Chamorro history. Its background, surprising discovery, and reemergence are documented at, the official home for the 2001-2002 Chamorro Bible Project. On January 28th, 2004, the Chamorro Bible was officially and publicly honored by I Mina'Bente Siete Na Liheslaturan Guåhan - The 27th Guam Legislature ( with the presentation of three full legislative session (LS) resolutions: Resolution No. 87(LS), Resolution No. 88(LS), and Resolution No. 89(LS). They also acknowledge the translation team and others more recently involved with the 1908 Chamorro Bible. You can read the text of each resolution at The Internet site is another important source of Chamorro Bible research documented in articles, photographs, and audio.

    As part of the CrossWire Bible Society's ( SWORD distribution, the Chamorro Bible is again making history: It is the first time these Scriptures are part of a Bible study software package. The layout of each chapter or Psalm is similar to the PDF, RTF, and HTML formats, including, retaining the paragraph marks (¶) and the "Red Letter" markup (the words of Jesus Christ, Jesuscristo in Chamorro, are colored red). holds the latest and official electronic texts, as well as the historic audio recordings of the 1908 Chamorro Bible.

    Jesuscristo says, "Aligao y tinigue sija sa y jinasonmiyo iya güiya nae inguaja y linâlâ na taejinecog; ya sija todo ufanmannae testimonio nu guajo", "Todo y ninasiña manaeyo, gui langet yan y tano. Fanjanao, ya fannaquilisyano todo y nasion sija, tagpange sija pot y naan y Tata, yan y Lajiña, yan y Espiritu Santo: Fanagüe sija, na ujaadaje todosija ni jutago jamyo; sa estagüe jugagaegueja guiya jamyo todo y jaane, asta y jinecog y tano. Amen." Juan 5:39; Mateo 28:18-20.

    Thursday, February 19, 2004 ChST (Chamorro Standard Time)

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    • LCSH: Bible. Chamorro.
    • Distribution Abbreviation: chamorro


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    Encoding entry corrected
    normalized History dates (2013-08-20)
    Compressed the module (2006-10-25)
    In Salmo 41:5 capitalize the first "y" ("y enemigujo jasangan" is now "Y enemigujo jasangan"). (2006-04-17)
    In Salmo 150:1 replace "alaba gue" with "alaba güe". (2005-11-16)
    In San Lucas 13:17 remove red Letter markup on "Mayute ya ti manasiña machule gui tase pot y minegae y güijan." (2005-08-03)
    For San Juan 7:39, "sa si Jesus ti rumesibe y minalagña," comma (,) replaced with a period (.). (2005-07-25)
    Red Letter markup removed for San Lucas 13:17. (2005-07-13)
    For Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija 26:29, "Ya si Pablo ilegña," comma (,) replaced with a period (.). (2005-06-05)
    For San Juan 12:34, "Na y Lajin taotao nesesita umajatsa?" removed red-letter markup. (2005-04-05)
    For San Mateo 4:4, red-letter "Matugue esta:". (2005-02-15)
    For San Marcos 1:17, red-letter these two words "Maela dalalagyo". (2005-02-10)
    For San Juan 10:11, typo in the first word - removed the accent mark in the word Guajo. (2004-06-25)
    For San Mateo 17:11, capitalization and punctuation correction; added Red Letter markup. (2004-03-11)
    Typo fixed in the "About" entry below. (2004-02-28)
    Red Letter markup corrected/updated for New Testament books, "San Mateo", "San Marcos", "San Lucas", "San Juan", and "Y Checho Y Apostoles Sija". (2004-02-23)
    The 1908 Chamorro Bible introduced as a module for CrossWire Bible Society's "The SWORD Project". This is an important date in the 1908 Chamorro Bible's history. (2004-02-19)

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