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[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
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[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
5:1-12 = Ucapan bahagia
(Luk 6:20-23)
(1) Ketika Yesus melihat orang banyak itu, naiklah Ia ke atas bukit dan setelah Ia duduk, datanglah murid-murid-Nya kepada-Nya.
(1) 예수님께서 사람들을 보시고 산으로 올라가 앉으셨습니다. 그러자 제자들이 예수님께 다가왔습니다.
(1) {The Sermon on the Mount; The Beatitudes}When Jesus saw the crowds, He went up on the mountain; and when He was seated, His disciples came to Him.
(2) Maka Yesuspun mulai berbicara dan mengajar mereka, kata-Nya:
(2) 예수님께서 입을 열어 사람들을 가르치셨습니다.
(2) Then He began to teach them, saying,
(3) Berbahagialah orang yang miskin di hadapan Allah, karena merekalah yang empunya Kerajaan Sorga.
(3) “마음이 가난한 사람은 복이 있다. 하늘 나라가 그들의 것이다.
(3) "Blessed [spiritually prosperous, happy, to be admired] are the poor in spirit [those devoid of spiritual arrogance, those who regard themselves as insignificant], for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [both now and forever].
(4) Berbahagialah orang yang berdukacita, karena mereka akan dihibur.
(4) 슬퍼하는 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 위로를 받을 것이다.
(4) "Blessed [forgiven, refreshed by God's grace] are those who mourn [over their sins and repent], for they will be comforted [when the burden of sin is lifted].
(5) Berbahagialah orang yang lemah lembut, karena mereka akan memiliki bumi.
(5) 마음이 온유한 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 땅을 상속받을 것이다.
(5) "Blessed [inwardly peaceful, spiritually secure, worthy of respect] are the gentle [the kind-hearted, the sweet-spirited, the self-controlled], for they will inherit the earth.
(6) Berbahagialah orang yang lapar dan haus akan kebenaran, karena mereka akan dipuaskan.
(6) 의를 위해 주리고 목마른 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 배부를 것이다.
(6) "Blessed [joyful, nourished by God's goodness] are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness [those who actively seek right standing with God], for they will be [completely] satisfied.
(7) Berbahagialah orang yang murah hatinya, karena mereka akan beroleh kemurahan.
(7) 자비로운 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 하나님의 자비를 입을 것이다.
(7) "Blessed [content, sheltered by God's promises] are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.
(8) Berbahagialah orang yang suci hatinya, karena mereka akan melihat Allah.
(8) 마음을 깨끗이 한 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 하나님을 볼 것이다.
(8) "Blessed [anticipating God's presence, spiritually mature] are the pure in heart [those with integrity, moral courage, and godly character], for they will see God.
(9) Berbahagialah orang yang membawa damai, karena mereka akan disebut anak-anak Allah.
(9) 평화를 위해 일하는 사람은 복이 있다. 그들이 하나님의 아들이라고 불릴 것이다.
(9) "Blessed [spiritually calm with life-joy in God's favor] are the makers and maintainers of peace, for they will [express His character and] be called the sons of God.
(10) Berbahagialah orang yang dianiaya oleh sebab kebenaran, karena merekalah yang empunya Kerajaan Sorga.
(10) 의롭게 살려고 하다가, 박해를 받는 사람은 복이 있다. 하늘 나라가 그들의 것이다.
(10) "Blessed [comforted by inner peace and God's love] are those who are persecuted for doing that which is morally right, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven [both now and forever].
(11) Berbahagialah kamu, jika karena Aku kamu dicela dan dianiaya dan kepadamu difitnahkan segala yang jahat.
(11) 사람들이 나 때문에 너희를 모욕하고 박해하고 온갖 나쁜 말을 할 때, 너희에게 복이 있다.
(11) "Blessed [morally courageous and spiritually alive with life-joy in God's goodness] are you when people insult you and persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil things against you because of [your association with] Me.
(12) Bersukacita dan bergembiralah, karena upahmu besar di sorga, sebab demikian juga telah dianiaya nabi-nabi yang sebelum kamu."
(12) 기뻐하고 즐거워하여라. 하늘에서 너희의 상이 크다. 너희보다 먼저 살았던 예언자들도 이처럼 박해를 받았다.”
(12) Be glad and exceedingly joyful, for your reward in heaven is great [absolutely inexhaustible]; for in this same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.
5:13-16 = Garam dunia dan terang dunia
(Luk 6:20-23)
(13) Kamu adalah garam dunia. Jika garam itu menjadi tawar, dengan apakah ia diasinkan? Tidak ada lagi gunanya selain dibuang dan diinjak orang.
(13) “너희는 세상의 소금이다. 만일 소금이 그 맛을 잃으면, 다시 짠맛을 가질 수 있겠느냐? 아무 쓸모가 없게 되어 밖에 버려져 사람들에게 밟힐 뿐이다.
(13) {Disciples and the World}"You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has lost its taste (purpose), how can it be made salty? It is no longer good for anything, but to be thrown out and walked on by people [when the walkways are wet and slippery].
(14) Kamu adalah terang dunia. Kota yang terletak di atas gunung tidak mungkin tersembunyi.
(14) 너희는 세상의 빛이다. 산 위에 있는 도시는 숨겨질 수 없다.
(14) "You are the light of [Christ to] the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden;
(15) Lagipula orang tidak menyalakan pelita lalu meletakkannya di bawah gantang, melainkan di atas kaki dian sehingga menerangi semua orang di dalam rumah itu.
(15) 등불을 됫박 안에 두지 않고 등잔대 위에 놓는다. 그래야 등불이 그 집에 있는 모든 사람에게 빛을 비추게 될 것이다.
(15) nor does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house.
(16) Demikianlah hendaknya terangmu bercahaya di depan orang, supaya mereka melihat perbuatanmu yang baik dan memuliakan Bapamu yang di sorga."
(16) 이와 같이 너희 빛을 사람들에게 비춰라. 그래서 사람들이 너희의 선한 행동을 보고 하늘에 계신 너희 아버지께 영광을 돌리게 하여라.”
(16) Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good deeds and moral excellence, and [recognize and honor and] glorify your Father who is in heaven.
5:17-48 = Yesus dan hukum Taurat
(Luk 6:27-36)
(17) Janganlah kamu menyangka, bahwa Aku datang untuk meniadakan hukum Taurat atau kitab para nabi. Aku datang bukan untuk meniadakannya, melainkan untuk menggenapinya.
(17) “내가 모세의 율법이나 예언자들의 말씀을 깨뜨리러 온 줄로 생각하지 마라. 나는 그들의 말씀을 깨뜨리러 온 것이 아니라 완성하러 왔다.
(17) "Do not think that I came to do away with or undo the Law [of Moses] or the [writings of the] Prophets; I did not come to destroy but to fulfill.
(18) Karena Aku berkata kepadamu: Sesungguhnya selama belum lenyap langit dan bumi ini, satu iota atau satu titikpun tidak akan ditiadakan dari hukum Taurat, sebelum semuanya terjadi.
(18) 나는 너희에게 진정으로 말한다. 하늘과 땅이 없어지기 전에는 율법의 아무리 작은 부분이라도 사라지지 않고, 반드시 다 이루어질 것이다.
(18) For I assure you and most solemnly say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke [of the pen] will pass from the Law until all things [which it foreshadows] are accomplished.
(19) Karena itu siapa yang meniadakan salah satu perintah hukum Taurat sekalipun yang paling kecil, dan mengajarkannya demikian kepada orang lain, ia akan menduduki tempat yang paling rendah di dalam Kerajaan Sorga; tetapi siapa yang melakukan dan mengajarkan segala perintah-perintah hukum Taurat, ia akan menduduki tempat yang tinggi di dalam Kerajaan Sorga.
(19) 그러므로 누구든지 이 계명 가운데에 가장 작은 것 하나라도 어기거나 다른 사람에게 그렇게 하라고 가르치는 사람은 하늘 나라에서 가장 작게 될 것이다. 그러나 누구든지 계명을 지키고 가르치면 하늘 나라에서 크게 될 것이다.
(19) So whoever breaks one of the least [important] of these commandments, and teaches others to do the same, will be called least [important] in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever practices and teaches them, he will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.
(20) Maka Aku berkata kepadamu: Jika hidup keagamaanmu tidak lebih benar dari pada hidup keagamaan ahli-ahli Taurat dan orang-orang Farisi, sesungguhnya kamu tidak akan masuk ke dalam Kerajaan Sorga.
(20) 내가 말한다. 너희 의가 율법학자들이나 바리새파 사람보다 휠씬 낫지 않으면, 하늘 나라에 들어가지 못할 것이다.”
(20) "For I say to you that unless your righteousness (uprightness, moral essence) is more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
(21) Kamu telah mendengar yang difirmankan kepada nenek moyang kita: Jangan membunuh; siapa yang membunuh harus dihukum.
(21) “예전에는 ‘살인하지 마라. 누구든지 살인을 하는 사람은 재판을 받을 것이다’라는 계명을 받았다고 너희가 들었다.
(21) {Personal Relationships}"You have heard that it was said to the men of old, 'You shall not murder,' and 'Whoever murders shall be guilty before the court.'
(22) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Setiap orang yang marah terhadap saudaranya harus dihukum; siapa yang berkata kepada saudaranya: Kafir! harus dihadapkan ke Mahkamah Agama dan siapa yang berkata: Jahil! harus diserahkan ke dalam neraka yang menyala-nyala.
(22) 그러나 나는 너희에게 말한다. 자기 형제에게 화를 내는 사람은 재판정에 설 것이며, 자기 형제에게 나쁜 말을 하는 사람도 산헤드린 법정에 설 것이다. 또한 자기 형제에게 바보라고 하는 사람은 지옥 불에 던져질 것이다.
(22) But I say to you that everyone who continues to be angry with his brother or harbors malice against him shall be guilty before the court; and whoever speaks [contemptuously and insultingly] to his brother, Raca (You empty-headed idiot)!' shall be guilty before the supreme court (Sanhedrin); and whoever says, 'You fool!' shall be in danger of the fiery hell.
(23) Sebab itu, jika engkau mempersembahkan persembahanmu di atas mezbah dan engkau teringat akan sesuatu yang ada dalam hati saudaramu terhadap engkau,
(23) 그러므로 네가 제단에서 예물을 드릴 때, 네 형제가 너에게 나쁜 감정을 갖고 있는 것이 생각나거든,
(23) So if you are presenting your offering at the altar, and while there you remember that your brother has something [such as a grievance or legitimate complaint] against you,
(24) tinggalkanlah persembahanmu di depan mezbah itu dan pergilah berdamai dahulu dengan saudaramu, lalu kembali untuk mempersembahkan persembahanmu itu.
(24) 제단에 예물을 놓아 두고, 가서 먼저 네 형제와 화해하여라. 그후에 다시 와서 예물을 바쳐라.
(24) leave your offering there at the altar and go. First make peace with your brother, and then come and present your offering.
(25) Segeralah berdamai dengan lawanmu selama engkau bersama-sama dengan dia di tengah jalan, supaya lawanmu itu jangan menyerahkan engkau kepada hakim dan hakim itu menyerahkan engkau kepada pembantunya dan engkau dilemparkan ke dalam penjara.
(25) 너를 고소하는 사람이 함께 길에 있을 때에 빨리 화해하여라. 그렇지 않으면 그가 너를 재판관에게 넘기고, 재판관이 너를 간수에게 넘겨 줘, 감옥에 갇히게 될 것이다.
(25) Come to terms quickly [at the earliest opportunity] with your opponent at law while you are with him on the way [to court], so that your opponent does not hand you over to the judge, and the judge to the guard, and you are thrown into prison.
(26) Aku berkata kepadamu: Sesungguhnya engkau tidak akan keluar dari sana, sebelum engkau membayar hutangmu sampai lunas.
(26) 내가 진정으로 너희에게 말한다. 너희가 마지막 한 푼까지 다 갚기 전에는 그 감옥에서 나오지 못할 것이다.”
(26) I assure you and most solemnly say to you, you will not come out of there until you have paid the last cent.
(27) Kamu telah mendengar firman: Jangan berzinah.
(27) “‘간음하지 마라’는 계명을 너희가 들었다.
(27) "You have heard that it was said, 'You shall not commit adultery';
(28) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Setiap orang yang memandang perempuan serta menginginkannya, sudah berzinah dengan dia di dalam hatinya.
(28) 그러나 나는 너희에게 말한다. 누구든지 음란한 생각으로 여자를 바라보는 사람은 이미 마음속으로 그 여인과 간음한 것이다.
(28) but I say to you that everyone who [so much as] looks at a woman with lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
(29) Maka jika matamu yang kanan menyesatkan engkau, cungkillah dan buanglah itu, karena lebih baik bagimu jika satu dari anggota tubuhmu binasa, dari pada tubuhmu dengan utuh dicampakkan ke dalam neraka.
(29) 만일 네 오른쪽 눈이 죄를 짓게 하거든, 그 눈을 빼어 던져 버려라. 네 몸 전체가 지옥에 던져지는 것보다 신체 중 하나를 잃는 것이 낫다.
(29) If your right eye makes you stumble and leads you to sin, tear it out and throw it away [that is, remove yourself from the source of temptation]; for it is better for you to lose one of the parts of your body, than for your whole body to be thrown into hell.
(30) Dan jika tanganmu yang kanan menyesatkan engkau, penggallah dan buanglah itu, karena lebih baik bagimu jika satu dari anggota tubuhmu binasa dari pada tubuhmu dengan utuh masuk neraka.
(30) 만일 네 오른손이 죄를 짓게 하거든, 그 손을 잘라 내어 던져라. 네 몸 전체가 지옥에 던져지는 것보다 신체 중 하나를 잃는 것이 낫다.”
(30) If your right hand makes you stumble and leads you to sin, cut it off and throw it away [that is, remove yourself from the source of temptation]; for it is better for you to lose one of the parts of your body than for your whole body to go into hell.
(31) Telah difirmankan juga: Siapa yang menceraikan isterinya harus memberi surat cerai kepadanya.
(31) “‘누구든지 아내와 이혼하는 사람은 이혼 증서를 주어야 한다’라는 계명을 너희가 들었다.
(31) "It has also been said, 'Whoever divorces his wife is to give her a certificate of divorce';
(32) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Setiap orang yang menceraikan isterinya kecuali karena zinah, ia menjadikan isterinya berzinah; dan siapa yang kawin dengan perempuan yang diceraikan, ia berbuat zinah.
(32) 그러나 내가 너희에게 말한다. 음행한 경우 외에 자기 아내와 이혼하는 사람은 아내로 하여금 간음하게 하는 것이다. 이혼한 여자와 결혼하는 사람도 간음하는 것이다.”
(32) but I say to you that whoever divorces his wife, except on grounds of sexual immorality, causes her to commit adultery; and whoever marries a woman who has been divorced commits adultery.
(33) Kamu telah mendengar pula yang difirmankan kepada nenek moyang kita: Jangan bersumpah palsu, melainkan peganglah sumpahmu di depan Tuhan.
(33) “또한 예전에는 ‘거짓 맹세를 하지 마라. 주께 한 맹세는 꼭 지켜야 한다’라는 계명을 받았다고 너희가 들었다.
(33) "Again, you have heard that it was said to the men of old, 'You shall not make false vows, but you shall fulfill your vows to the Lord [as a religious duty].'
(34) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Janganlah sekali-kali bersumpah, baik demi langit, karena langit adalah takhta Allah,
(34) 그러나 내가 너희에게 말한다. 결코 맹세하지 마라. 하늘을 두고 맹세하지 마라. 하늘은 하나님의 보좌이기 때문이다.
(34) But I say to you, do not make an oath at all, either by heaven, for it is the throne of God;
(35) maupun demi bumi, karena bumi adalah tumpuan kaki-Nya, ataupun demi Yerusalem, karena Yerusalem adalah kota Raja Besar;
(35) 땅을 두고 맹세하지 마라. 땅은 하나님의 발을 두시는 곳이기 때문이다. 예루살렘을 두고 맹세하지 마라. 예루살렘은 위대한 왕의 성이기 때문이다.
(35) or by the earth, for it is the footstool of His feet; or by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the Great King.
(36) janganlah juga engkau bersumpah demi kepalamu, karena engkau tidak berkuasa memutihkan atau menghitamkan sehelai rambutpun.
(36) 네 머리를 두고 맹세하지 마라. 너희는 머리카락 하나도 희게 하거나, 검게 할 수 없기 때문이다.
(36) Nor shall you make an oath by your head, for you are not able to make a single hair white or black.
(37) Jika ya, hendaklah kamu katakan: ya, jika tidak, hendaklah kamu katakan: tidak. Apa yang lebih dari pada itu berasal dari si jahat.
(37) 너희는 ‘그렇다’라고 할 때만 ‘예’ 하고, 아닐 때는 ‘아니오’라고 말해라. ‘예’나 ‘아니오’ 이상의 말은 악한 생각에서 나오는 것이다.”
(37) But let your statement be, 'Yes, yes' or 'No, no' [a firm yes or no]; anything more than that comes from the evil one.
(38) Kamu telah mendengar firman: Mata ganti mata dan gigi ganti gigi.
(38) “너희는 ‘눈에는 눈으로, 이에는 이로’라는 말을 들었다.
(38) "You have heard that it was said, 'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth [punishment that fits the offense].'
(39) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Janganlah kamu melawan orang yang berbuat jahat kepadamu, melainkan siapapun yang menampar pipi kananmu, berilah juga kepadanya pipi kirimu.
(39) 그러나 내가 너희에게 말한다. 나쁜 사람과 맞서지 마라. 만일 누가 네 오른쪽 뺨을 때리거든 다른 뺨도 돌려 대라.
(39) But I say to you, do not resist an evil person [who insults you or violates your rights]; but whoever slaps you on the right cheek, turn the other toward him also [simply ignore insignificant insults or trivial losses and do not bother to retaliate—maintain your dignity, your self-respect, your poise].
(40) Dan kepada orang yang hendak mengadukan engkau karena mengingini bajumu, serahkanlah juga jubahmu.
(40) 만일 누가 너희를 재판에 걸어 네 속옷을 가지려고 하거든 겉옷까지 내어 주어라.
(40) If anyone wants to sue you and take your shirt, let him have your coat also [for the Lord repays the offender].
(41) Dan siapapun yang memaksa engkau berjalan sejauh satu mil, berjalanlah bersama dia sejauh dua mil.
(41) 만일 누가 너를 강제로 약 1.5킬로미터를 가게 하거든 그와 함께 약 3킬로미터를 가 주어라.
(41) And whoever forces you to go one mile, go with him two.
(42) Berilah kepada orang yang meminta kepadamu dan janganlah menolak orang yang mau meminjam dari padamu.
(42) 네게 달라고 하는 사람에게 주어라. 네게 꾸러 온 사람을 거절하지 마라.”
(42) Give to him who asks of you, and do not turn away from him who wants to borrow from you.
(43) Kamu telah mendengar firman: Kasihilah sesamamu manusia dan bencilah musuhmu.
(43) “너희는 ‘네 이웃을 사랑하고 원수를 미워하라’고 말하는 것을 들었다.
(43) "You have heard that it was said, 'You shall love your neighbor (fellow man) and hate your enemy.'
(44) Tetapi Aku berkata kepadamu: Kasihilah musuhmu dan berdoalah bagi mereka yang menganiaya kamu.
(44) 그러나 나는 너희에게 말한다. 너희의 원수를 사랑하여라. 너희를 박해하는 사람들을 위해 기도하여라.
(44) "But I say to you, love [that is, unselfishly seek the best or higher good for] your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,
(45) Karena dengan demikianlah kamu menjadi anak-anak Bapamu yang di sorga, yang menerbitkan matahari bagi orang yang jahat dan orang yang baik dan menurunkan hujan bagi orang yang benar dan orang yang tidak benar.
(45) 그러면 너희가 하늘에 계신 아버지의 아들이 될 것이다. 너희 아버지는 악한 사람이나 선한 사람 모두에게 햇빛을 비추시고, 의인과 죄인에게 비를 내려주신다.
(45) so that you may [show yourselves to] be the children of your Father who is in heaven; for He makes His sun rise on those who are evil and on those who are good, and makes the rain fall on the righteous [those who are morally upright] and the unrighteous [the unrepentant, those who oppose Him].
(46) Apabila kamu mengasihi orang yang mengasihi kamu, apakah upahmu? Bukankah pemungut cukai juga berbuat demikian?
(46) 만일 너희를 사랑하는 사람만 사랑한다면, 무슨 상을 받을 수 있겠느냐? 심지어 세리도 그만큼은 하지 않느냐?
(46) For if you love [only] those who love you, what reward do you have? Do not even the tax collectors do that?
(47) Dan apabila kamu hanya memberi salam kepada saudara-saudaramu saja, apakah lebihnya dari pada perbuatan orang lain? Bukankah orang yang tidak mengenal Allahpun berbuat demikian?
(47) 만일 너희 형제들에게만 인사한다면, 다른 사람들보다 너희가 더 나을 것이 무엇이냐? 심지어 이방 사람들도 그만큼은 하지 않느냐?
(47) And if you greet only your brothers [wishing them God's blessing and peace], what more [than others] are you doing? Do not even the Gentiles [who do not know the Lord] do that?
(48) Karena itu haruslah kamu sempurna, sama seperti Bapamu yang di sorga adalah sempurna."
(48) 그러므로 하늘에 계신 너희 아버지가 완전하신 것처럼 너희도 완전하도록 하여라.”
(48) You, therefore, will be perfect [growing into spiritual maturity both in mind and character, actively integrating godly values into your daily life], as your heavenly Father is perfect.
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