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Pengkhotbah / Ecclesiastes / 전도서
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Terjemahan Baru 1974
아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
English Amplified 2015

[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
(sambungan dari) 11:9 - 12:8 = Nasihat bagi pemuda-pemudi
(1) Ingatlah akan Penciptamu pada masa mudamu, sebelum tiba hari-hari yang malang dan mendekat tahun-tahun yang kaukatakan: "Tak ada kesenangan bagiku di dalamnya!",
(1) 그러므로 너는 네 젊음의 날에, 곧 네 괴로운 날들이 닥치기 전에, “이제는 사는 것이 낙이 없구나!”라고 말할 때가 닥치기 전에 창조주를 기억하여라.
(1) {Remember God in Your Youth}Remember [thoughtfully] also your Creator in the days of your youth [for you are not your own, but His], before the evil days come or the years draw near when you will say [of physical pleasures], "I have no enjoyment and delight in them";
(2) sebelum matahari dan terang, bulan dan bintang-bintang menjadi gelap, dan awan-awan datang kembali sesudah hujan,
(2) 해와 달과 별이 어두워지기 전, 비바람이 휩쓸고 지나간 후, 다시 구름이 몰려오기 전에 그분을 기억하여라.
(2) before the sun and the light, and the moon and the stars are darkened [by impaired vision], and the clouds [of depression] return after the rain [of tears];
(3) pada waktu penjaga-penjaga rumah gemetar, dan orang-orang kuat membungkuk, dan perempuan-perempuan penggiling berhenti karena berkurang jumlahnya, dan yang melihat dari jendela semuanya menjadi kabur,
(3) 그 날이 오면, 너를 보호하던 팔도 힘을 잃을 것이며, 강한 다리도 약해지고 구부러질 것이며, 너의 치아가 다 빠져 씹지 못하게 될 것이며, 너의 눈도 희미해질 것이다.
(3) in the day when the keepers of the house (hands, arms) tremble, and the strong men (feet, knees) bow themselves, and the grinders (molar teeth) cease because they are few, and those (eyes) who look through the windows grow dim;
(4) dan pintu-pintu di tepi jalan tertutup, dan bunyi penggilingan menjadi lemah, dan suara menjadi seperti kicauan burung, dan semua penyanyi perempuan tunduk,
(4) 귀도 어두워져 거리에서 나는 소리도 잘 들리지 않을 것이며, 노랫소리도 거의 듣지 못할 것이며, 맷돌 소리도 희미해질 것이다. 새가 첫 노래를 부를 때에 네가 깰 것이다.
(4) when the doors (lips) are shut in the streets and the sound of the grinding [of the teeth] is low, and one rises at the sound of a bird and the crowing of a rooster, and all the daughters of music (voice, ears) sing softly.
(5) juga orang menjadi takut tinggi, dan ketakutan ada di jalan, pohon badam berbunga, belalang menyeret dirinya dengan susah payah dan nafsu makan tak dapat dibangkitkan lagi--karena manusia pergi ke rumahnya yang kekal dan peratap-peratap berkeliaran di jalan,
(5) 그 때, 너는 언덕 오르기를 무서워하고, 거리에 나서는 것조차 두려워할 것이다. 살구나무에 꽃이 피고, 메뚜기도 다리를 질질 끌 것이며, 식욕도 나지 않을 것이다. 네가 영원한 네 집으로 돌아가면, 조문객들이 분주히 길거리를 오갈 것이다.
(5) Furthermore, they are afraid of a high place and of dangers on the road; the almond tree (hair) blossoms [white], and the grasshopper (a little thing) is a burden, and the caperberry (desire, appetite) fails. For man goes to his eternal home and the mourners go about the streets and market places.
(6) sebelum rantai perak diputuskan dan pelita emas dipecahkan, sebelum tempayan dihancurkan dekat mata air dan roda timba dirusakkan di atas sumur,
(6) 은줄이 풀리고, 금그릇이 깨어지기 전에, 물 항아리가 샘 곁에서 깨어지고, 두레박 끈이 우물에서 끊어지기 전에 너는 창조주를 기억하여라.
(6) Earnestly remember your Creator before the silver cord [of life] is broken, or the golden bowl is crushed, or the pitcher at the fountain is shattered and the wheel at the cistern is crushed;
(7) dan debu kembali menjadi tanah seperti semula dan roh kembali kepada Allah yang mengaruniakannya.
(7) 그 때에 흙으로 만들어진 인간은 흙으로 돌아가고, 그 영은 그것을 주신 하나님께로 돌아간다.
(7) then the dust [out of which God made man's body] will return to the earth as it was, and the spirit will return to God who gave it.
(8) Kesia-siaan atas kesia-siaan, kata Pengkhotbah, segala sesuatu adalah sia-sia.
(8) 설교자가 외친다. “인생은 정말 허무하다. 세상 만사가 너무 허무하다.”
(8) "Vanity of vanities," says the Preacher. "All [that is done without God's guidance] is vanity (futility)."
12:9-14 = Akhir kata
(9) Selain Pengkhotbah berhikmat, ia mengajarkan juga kepada umat itu pengetahuan. Ia menimbang, menguji dan menyusun banyak amsal.
(9) 설교자는 지혜롭게 사람들에게 지식을 전달하였다. 또 그는 탐구하고, 연구하여, 많은 경구들을 만들었다.
(9) {Purpose of the Preacher}Furthermore, because the Preacher was wise, he still taught the people knowledge; and he pondered and searched out and arranged many proverbs.
(10) Pengkhotbah berusaha mendapat kata-kata yang menyenangkan dan menulis kata-kata kebenaran secara jujur.
(10) 설교자는 격려를 주는 말을 탐구하여 찾았다. 그래서 그가 기록한 교훈은 정직하며, 진실하다.
(10) The Preacher sought to find delightful words, even to write correctly words of truth.
(11) Kata-kata orang berhikmat seperti kusa dan kumpulan-kumpulannya seperti paku-paku yang tertancap, diberikan oleh satu gembala.
(11) 지혜자의 교훈은 채찍 같고, 그가 수집한 말씀은 잘 박힌 못과 같으니, 이는 모두 한 목자의 말씀이다.
(11) The words of the wise are like [prodding] goads, and these collected sayings are [firmly fixed in the mind] like well-driven nails; they are given by one Shepherd.
(12) Lagipula, anakku, waspadalah! Membuat banyak buku tak akan ada akhirnya, dan banyak belajar melelahkan badan.
(12) 내 아들아, 이런 말씀에 더하여 다른 가르침을 주의하라. 책을 쓰는 일은 끝이 없고, 공부는 하면 할수록 사람을 피곤하게 만든다.
(12) But beyond this my son, [about going further than the words given by one Shepherd], be warned: the writing of many books is endless [so do not believe everything you read], and excessive study and devotion to books is wearying to the body.
(13) Akhir kata dari segala yang didengar ialah: takutlah akan Allah dan berpeganglah pada perintah-perintah-Nya, karena ini adalah kewajiban setiap orang.
(13) 세상 만사의 결론을 들었으니, 하나님을 경외하고, 그분의 명령을 지켜라. 이것이 사람이 해야 할 본분이다.
(13) When all has been heard, the end of the matter is: fear God [worship Him with awe-filled reverence, knowing that He is almighty God] and keep His commandments, for this applies to every person.
(14) Karena Allah akan membawa setiap perbuatan ke pengadilan yang berlaku atas segala sesuatu yang tersembunyi, entah itu baik, entah itu jahat.
(14) 하나님은 선악간의 모든 행위와 남몰래 한 모든 일을 심판하실 것이다.
(14) For God will bring every act to judgment, every hidden and secret thing, whether it is good or evil.
Pengkhotbah / Ecclesiastes / 전도서
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