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[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
11:1-13 = Hal berdoa
(Mat 6:9-13; 7:7-11)
(1) Pada suatu kali Yesus sedang berdoa di salah satu tempat. Ketika Ia berhenti berdoa, berkatalah seorang dari murid-murid-Nya kepada-Nya: "Tuhan, ajarlah kami berdoa, sama seperti yang diajarkan Yohanes kepada murid-muridnya."
(1) 예수님께서 어떤 곳에서 기도하고 계셨을 때입니다. 예수님께서 기도를 마치시자, 제자들 가운데 하나가 와서 말했습니다. “주님, 요한이 자기 제자들에게 기도하는 것을 가르쳐 준 것처럼 우리에게도 가르쳐 주십시오.”
(1) {Instruction about Prayer}It happened that while Jesus was praying in a certain place, after He finished, one of His disciples said to Him, "Lord, teach us to pray just as John also taught his disciples."
(2) Jawab Yesus kepada mereka: "Apabila kamu berdoa, katakanlah: Bapa, dikuduskanlah nama-Mu; datanglah Kerajaan-Mu.
(2) 예수님께서 제자들에게 말씀하셨습니다. “너희는 기도할 때 이렇게 하여라. ‘아버지여, 아버지의 이름이 거룩하게 여김을 받으소서. 아버지의 나라가 오게 하소서.
(2) He said to them, "When you pray, say: 'Father, hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come.
(3) Berikanlah kami setiap hari makanan kami yang secukupnya
(3) 날마다 우리에게 필요한 양식을 주시고
(3) 'Give us each day our daily bread.
(4) dan ampunilah kami akan dosa kami, sebab kamipun mengampuni setiap orang yang bersalah kepada kami; dan janganlah membawa kami ke dalam pencobaan."
(4) 우리가 우리에게 빚진 모든 사람을 용서하오니, 우리의 죄도 용서하여 주소서. 그리고 우리를 시험에 빠지지 않게 하소서.’”
(4) 'And forgive us our sins, For we ourselves also forgive everyone who is indebted to us [who has offended or wronged us]. And lead us not into temptation [but rescue us from evil].'"
(5) Lalu kata-Nya kepada mereka: "Jika seorang di antara kamu pada tengah malam pergi ke rumah seorang sahabatnya dan berkata kepadanya: Saudara, pinjamkanlah kepadaku tiga roti,
(5) 예수님께서 제자들에게 말씀하셨습니다. “너희 중 한 사람에게 친구가 있어, 한밤중에 찾아와서 말했다. ‘친구, 내게 빵 세 개만 빌려 주게.
(5) {Parable of Persistence}Then He said to them, "Suppose one of you has a friend, and goes to him at midnight and says, 'Friend, lend me three loaves [of bread];
(6) sebab seorang sahabatku yang sedang berada dalam perjalanan singgah ke rumahku dan aku tidak mempunyai apa-apa untuk dihidangkan kepadanya;
(6) 내 친구가 여행하여 내게로 왔는데 그에게 차려 줄 것이 하나도 없다네.’
(6) for a friend of mine who is on a journey has just come to visit me, and I have nothing to serve him';
(7) masakan ia yang di dalam rumah itu akan menjawab: Jangan mengganggu aku, pintu sudah tertutup dan aku serta anak-anakku sudah tidur; aku tidak dapat bangun dan memberikannya kepada saudara.
(7) 그런 경우에, ‘나를 괴롭히지 말게! 문이 이미 잠겼고, 내 아이들이 나와 함께 침대에 누웠다네. 일어나서 자네에게 줄 수 없네’ 하고 대답하겠느냐?
(7) and from inside he answers, 'Do not bother me; the door has already been shut and my children and I are in bed; I cannot get up and give you anything.'
(8) Aku berkata kepadamu: Sekalipun ia tidak mau bangun dan memberikannya kepadanya karena orang itu adalah sahabatnya, namun karena sikapnya yang tidak malu itu, ia akan bangun juga dan memberikan kepadanya apa yang diperlukannya.
(8) 내가 너희에게 말한다. 친구라는 것만으로는 일어나 주지 않을지라도 끈질기게 조르기 때문에 일어나 필요한 만큼 줄 것이다.”
(8) I tell you, even though he will not get up and give him anything just because he is his friend, yet because of his persistence and boldness he will get up and give him whatever he needs.
(9) Oleh karena itu Aku berkata kepadamu: Mintalah, maka akan diberikan kepadamu; carilah, maka kamu akan mendapat; ketoklah, maka pintu akan dibukakan bagimu.
(9) 그러므로 내가 너희에게 말한다. 구하라. 그러면 너희에게 주어질 것이다. 찾아라. 그러면 찾을 것이다. 두드려라. 그러면 문이 너희에게 열릴 것이다.
(9) "So I say to you, ask and keep on asking, and it will be given to you; seek and keep on seeking, and you will find; knock and keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you.
(10) Karena setiap orang yang meminta, menerima dan setiap orang yang mencari, mendapat dan setiap orang yang mengetok, baginya pintu dibukakan.
(10) 구하는 사람마다 받을 것이다. 찾는 사람은 찾을 것이다. 두드리는 사람에게는 문이 열릴 것이다.
(10) For everyone who keeps on asking [persistently], receives; and he who keeps on seeking [persistently], finds; and to him who keeps on knocking [persistently], the door will be opened.
(11) Bapa manakah di antara kamu, jika anaknya minta ikan dari padanya, akan memberikan ular kepada anaknya itu ganti ikan?
(11) 너희 가운데 어떤 아버지가 아들이 생선을 달라는데 생선을 주지 않고 뱀을 주겠느냐?
(11) What father among you, if his son asks for a fish, will give him a snake instead of a fish?
(12) Atau, jika ia minta telur, akan memberikan kepadanya kalajengking?
(12) 또 계란을 달라는데 전갈을 주겠느냐?
(12) Or if he asks for an egg, will give him a scorpion?
(13) Jadi jika kamu yang jahat tahu memberi pemberian yang baik kepada anak-anakmu, apalagi Bapamu yang di sorga! Ia akan memberikan Roh Kudus kepada mereka yang meminta kepada-Nya."
(13) 너희가 악하더라도 좋은 것을 자녀에게 주려고 한다. 하물며 하늘에 계신 아버지께서 간구하는 자에게 성령을 주시지 않겠느냐?”
(13) If you, then, being evil [that is, sinful by nature], know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask and continue to ask Him!"
11:14-23 = Yesus dan Beelzebul
(Mat 12:22-30; Mr 3:22-27)
(14) Pada suatu kali Yesus mengusir dari seorang suatu setan yang membisukan. Ketika setan itu keluar, orang bisu itu dapat berkata-kata. Maka heranlah orang banyak.
(14) 예수님께서 말 못하게 하는 마귀를 쫓아 내셨습니다. 마귀가 나가자, 말 못하던 사람이 곧 말을 하였습니다. 많은 사람들이 매우 놀랐습니다.
(14) {Pharisees' Blasphemy}And [at another time] Jesus was casting out a demon, and it was [controlling a man so as to make him] mute; when the demon had gone out, the mute man spoke. And the crowds were awed.
(15) Tetapi ada di antara mereka yang berkata: "Ia mengusir setan dengan kuasa Beelzebul, penghulu setan."
(15) 그 중에 어떤 사람들이 말했습니다. “이 사람이 마귀의 왕인 바알세불에게 빌어서 마귀를 쫓아 낸다.”
(15) But some of them said, "He drives out demons by [the power of] Beelzebul (Satan), the ruler of the demons."
(16) Ada pula yang meminta suatu tanda dari sorga kepada-Nya, untuk mencobai Dia.
(16) 또 어떤 사람들은 예수님을 시험하려고 하늘로부터 오는 증거를 보여 달라고 하였습니다.
(16) Others, trying to test Him, were demanding of Him a sign from heaven.
(17) Tetapi Yesus mengetahui pikiran mereka lalu berkata: "Setiap kerajaan yang terpecah-pecah pasti binasa, dan setiap rumah tangga yang terpecah-pecah, pasti runtuh.
(17) 예수님께서 그들의 생각을 아시고 그들에게 말했습니다. “어느 나라든지 서로 자기들끼리 편이 갈라지면 망한다. 그리고 자기들끼리 싸우는 가정도 무너진다.
(17) But He, well aware of their thoughts and purpose, said to them, "Every kingdom divided against itself is doomed to destruction; and a house divided against itself falls.
(18) Jikalau Iblis itu juga terbagi-bagi dan melawan dirinya sendiri, bagaimanakah kerajaannya dapat bertahan? Sebab kamu berkata, bahwa Aku mengusir setan dengan kuasa Beelzebul.
(18) 내가 바알세불에게 빌어서 마귀를 쫓아 낸다고 하는데, 만일 사탄도 서로 자기들끼리 갈리면 사탄의 나라가 어떻게 서 있겠느냐?
(18) If Satan also is divided against himself, how will his kingdom stand and continue to survive? For you are saying that I drive out demons by [the power of] Beelzebul.
(19) Jadi jika Aku mengusir setan dengan kuasa Beelzebul, dengan kuasa apakah pengikut-pengikutmu mengusirnya? Sebab itu merekalah yang akan menjadi hakimmu.
(19) 만일 내가 바알세불에게 빌어서 마귀를 쫓아 내면, 너희 자녀들은 무엇을 가지고 마귀를 쫓아 내느냐? 그러므로 그들이 너희의 말이 틀렸다는 것을 증명하고 있다.
(19) Now if I drive out the demons by Beelzebul, by whom do your sons [the Jewish exorcists] drive them out? For this reason they will be your judges.
(20) Tetapi jika Aku mengusir setan dengan kuasa Allah, maka sesungguhnya Kerajaan Allah sudah datang kepadamu.
(20) 만일 내가 하나님의 손가락의 능력으로 마귀를 쫓아 낸다면, 하나님 나라가 너희에게 와 있는 것이다.
(20) But if I drive out the demons by the finger of God, then the kingdom of God has already come upon you.
(21) Apabila seorang yang kuat dan yang lengkap bersenjata menjaga rumahnya sendiri, maka amanlah segala miliknya.
(21) 힘센 사람이 온갖 무장을 하고 자기의 집을 지킬 때, 그 재산은 안전할 것이다.
(21) When the strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his belongings are undisturbed and secure.
(22) Tetapi jika seorang yang lebih kuat dari padanya menyerang dan mengalahkannya, maka orang itu akan merampas perlengkapan senjata, yang diandalkannya, dan akan membagi-bagikan rampasannya.
(22) 그러나 이 사람보다 더 힘센 사람이 와서 그를 공격하여 이기면, 무기를 빼앗고 그의 재물도 빼앗아 나눌 것이다.
(22) But when someone stronger than he attacks and overpowers him, he robs him of all his armor on which he had relied and divides his [goods as] spoil.
(23) Siapa tidak bersama Aku, ia melawan Aku dan siapa tidak mengumpulkan bersama Aku, ia mencerai-beraikan."
(23) 나와 함께하지 않는 사람은 나를 반대하는 사람이다. 나와 함께 모으지 않는 사람은 흩어 버리는 사람이다.”
(23) He who is not with Me [believing in Me as Lord and Savior] is against Me [there is no impartial position]; and he who does not gather with Me [assisting in My ministry], scatters.
11:24-26 = Kembalinya roh jahat
(Mat 12:43-45)
(24) Apabila roh jahat keluar dari manusia, iapun mengembara ke tempat-tempat yang tandus mencari perhentian, dan karena ia tidak mendapatnya, ia berkata: Aku akan kembali ke rumah yang telah kutinggalkan itu.
(24) “더러운 영이 어떤 사람에게서 나와서 쉴 곳을 찾아 물이 없는 곳을 헤메고 다니다가 찾지 못하면 ‘내가 나왔던 집으로 다시 돌아가야겠다’라고 말한다.
(24) "When the unclean spirit comes out of a person, it roams through waterless places in search [of a place] of rest; and not finding any, it says, 'I will go back to my house (person) from which I came.'
(25) Maka pergilah ia dan mendapati rumah itu bersih tersapu dan rapih teratur.
(25) 돌아와서 보니, 전에 있던 곳이 깨끗하게 청소되고 잘 정리되어 있다.
(25) And when it comes, it finds the place swept and put in order.
(26) Lalu ia keluar dan mengajak tujuh roh lain yang lebih jahat dari padanya, dan mereka masuk dan berdiam di situ. Maka akhirnya keadaan orang itu lebih buruk dari pada keadaannya semula."
(26) 이에 그 더러운 영이 나가서 자기보다 더 악한 영 일곱을 데리고 와서 거기에 들어와 산다. 결국 그 사람의 나중 상태가 처음보다 더 나쁘게 된다.”
(26) Then it goes and brings seven other spirits more evil than itself, and they go in [the person] and live there; and the last state of that person becomes worse than the first."
11:27-28 = Siapa yang berbahagia
(Mat 12:43-45)
(27) Ketika Yesus masih berbicara, berserulah seorang perempuan dari antara orang banyak dan berkata kepada-Nya: "Berbahagialah ibu yang telah mengandung Engkau dan susu yang telah menyusui Engkau."
(27) 예수님께서 이 말씀을 하고 계실 때, 한 여인이 무리들 속에서 목소리를 높여 외쳤습니다. “당신을 낳아서 기른 당신의 어머니는 참 복이 있습니다.”
(27) Now while Jesus was saying these things, one of the women in the crowd raised her voice and said to Him, "Blessed (happy, favored by God) is the womb that gave birth to You and the breasts at which You nursed!"
(28) Tetapi Ia berkata: "Yang berbahagia ialah mereka yang mendengarkan firman Allah dan yang memeliharanya."
(28) 예수님께서는 “오히려 하나님의 말씀을 듣고 지키는 사람이 복이 있는 사람이다”라고 말씀하셨습니다.
(28) But He said, "On the contrary, blessed (happy, favored by God) are those who hear the word of God and continually observe it."
11:29-32 = Tanda Yunus
(Mat 12:38-42)
(29) Ketika orang banyak mengerumuni-Nya, berkatalah Yesus: "Angkatan ini adalah angkatan yang jahat. Mereka menghendaki suatu tanda, tetapi kepada mereka tidak akan diberikan tanda selain tanda nabi Yunus.
(29) 사람들이 더 모여들 때, 예수님께서 말씀하셨습니다. “이 세대는 악한 세대이다. 이 세대가 증거를 달라고 하지만, 요나의 증거 외에는 아무 증거도 받지 못할 것이다.
(29) {The Sign of Jonah}Now as the crowds were increasing [in number], He began to say, "This [present] generation is a wicked generation; it seeks a sign (attesting miracle), but no sign will be given to it except the sign of Jonah [the prophet].
(30) Sebab seperti Yunus menjadi tanda untuk orang-orang Niniwe, demikian pulalah Anak Manusia akan menjadi tanda untuk angkatan ini.
(30) 니느웨 사람들에게 요나가 증거가 된 것처럼 인자도 이 세대에게 증거가 될 것이다.
(30) For just as Jonah became a sign to the people of Nineveh, so will the Son of Man also be [a sign] to this generation.
(31) Pada waktu penghakiman, ratu dari Selatan itu akan bangkit bersama orang dari angkatan ini dan ia akan menghukum mereka. Sebab ratu ini datang dari ujung bumi untuk mendengarkan hikmat Salomo, dan sesungguhnya yang ada di sini lebih dari pada Salomo!
(31) 심판의 때에 남쪽 나라 여왕이 이 시대의 사람들과 일어나서 그들을 죄인으로 심판할 것이다. 이는 그가 솔로몬의 지혜를 들으려고 땅 끝에서 찾아왔기 때문이다. 그러나 솔로몬보다 더 큰 사람이 여기 있다.
(31) The Queen of the South (the kingdom of Sheba) will rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation and condemn them, because she came from the ends of the earth to listen to the wisdom of Solomon, and look, something greater than Solomon is here.
(32) Pada waktu penghakiman, orang-orang Niniwe akan bangkit bersama angkatan ini dan mereka akan menghukumnya. Sebab orang-orang Niniwe itu bertobat waktu mereka mendengarkan pemberitaan Yunus, dan sesungguhnya yang ada di sini lebih dari pada Yunus!"
(32) 심판의 때에 니느웨 사람들이 이 시대의 사람들과 일어나 그들을 심판할 것이다. 이는 그들이 요나의 선포를 듣고 회개하였기 때문이다. 그러나 요나보다 더 큰 사람이 여기 있다.”
(32) The men of Nineveh will stand up [as witnesses] at the judgment with this generation and condemn it, because they repented at the preaching of Jonah, and look, something greater than Jonah is here.
11:33-36 = Pelita tubuh
(Mat 12:38-42)
(33) Tidak seorangpun yang menyalakan pelita lalu meletakkannya di kolong rumah atau di bawah gantang, melainkan di atas kaki dian, supaya semua orang yang masuk, dapat melihat cahayanya.
(33) “누구든지 등불을 켜서 지하실에 두거나 됫박 아래 두지 않고, 등잔대 위에 올려 놓아 들어오는 사람들이 빛을 볼 수 있게 한다.
(33) "No one lights a lamp and then puts it in a cellar nor under a basket [hiding the light], but [instead it is put] on the lampstand, so that those who come in may see the light.
(34) Matamu adalah pelita tubuhmu. Jika matamu baik, teranglah seluruh tubuhmu, tetapi jika matamu jahat, gelaplah tubuhmu.
(34) 네 눈은 몸의 등불이다. 만약 네 눈이 성하면, 네 온몸이 빛으로 가득 찰 것이다. 그러나 네 눈이 성하지 않으면, 네 온몸이 어두움으로 가득 찰 것이다.
(34) The eye is the lamp of your body. When your eye is clear [spiritually perceptive, focused on God], your whole body also is full of light [benefiting from God's precepts]. But when it is bad [spiritually blind], your body also is full of darkness [devoid of God's word].
(35) Karena itu perhatikanlah supaya terang yang ada padamu jangan menjadi kegelapan.
(35) 그러므로 네 안에 있는 빛이 어둡지 않게 조심하여라.
(35) Be careful, therefore, that the light that is in you is not darkness.
(36) Jika seluruh tubuhmu terang dan tidak ada bagian yang gelap, maka seluruhnya akan terang, sama seperti apabila pelita menerangi engkau dengan cahayanya."
(36) 만일 네 온몸이 빛으로 가득 차고 어두움이 없다면, 등불이 그 빛으로 너를 비출 때처럼 온전히 밝게 빛날 것이다.”
(36) So if your whole body is illuminated, with no dark part, it will be entirely bright [with light], as when the lamp gives you light with its bright rays."
11:37-54 = Yesus mengecam orang-orang Farisi dan ahli-ahli Taurat
(Mat 23:1-36; Mr 12:38-40; Luk 20:45-47)
(37) Ketika Yesus selesai mengajar, seorang Farisi mengundang Dia untuk makan di rumahnya. Maka masuklah Ia ke rumah itu, lalu duduk makan.
(37) 예수님께서 말씀하실 때, 바리새파 사람이 자기와 함께 식사하자고 청하자, 예수님께서 식사 자리에 가서 앉으셨습니다.
(37) {Woes upon the Pharisees}Now after Jesus had spoken, a Pharisee asked Him to have lunch with him. He went in [the Pharisee's home] and reclined at the table [without ceremonially washing His hands].
(38) Orang Farisi itu melihat hal itu dan ia heran, karena Yesus tidak mencuci tangan-Nya sebelum makan.
(38) 예수님께서 식사하시기 전에 손을 씻지 않는 모습을 보고 바리새파 사람이 이상하게 생각했습니다.
(38) The Pharisee noticed this and was surprised that Jesus did not first ceremonially wash before the meal.
(39) Tetapi Tuhan berkata kepadanya: "Kamu orang-orang Farisi, kamu membersihkan bagian luar dari cawan dan pinggan, tetapi bagian dalammu penuh rampasan dan kejahatan.
(39) 그러자 주님께서 그에게 말씀하셨습니다. “너희 바리새파 사람들은 잔과 접시의 겉은 깨끗하게 씻는다. 그러나 그 속에는 욕심과 악한 것이 가득 차 있다.
(39) But the Lord said to him, "Now you Pharisees clean the outside of the cup and plate [as required by tradition]; but inside you are full of greed and wickedness.
(40) Hai orang-orang bodoh, bukankah Dia yang menjadikan bagian luar, Dia juga yang menjadikan bagian dalam?
(40) 어리석은 사람들아, 겉을 만드신 분이 속도 만들지 않으셨느냐?
(40) You foolish ones [acting without reflection or intelligence]! Did not He who made the outside make the inside also?
(41) Akan tetapi, berikanlah isinya sebagai sedekah dan sesungguhnya semuanya akan menjadi bersih bagimu.
(41) 속에 있는 것으로 자비를 베풀어라. 그러면 모든 것이 너희에게 깨끗해질 것이다.
(41) But give that which is within as charity [that is, acts of mercy and compassion, not as a public display, but as an expression of your faithfulness to God], and then indeed all things are clean for you.
(42) Tetapi celakalah kamu, hai orang-orang Farisi, sebab kamu membayar persepuluhan dari selasih, inggu dan segala jenis sayuran, tetapi kamu mengabaikan keadilan dan kasih Allah. Yang satu harus dilakukan dan yang lain jangan diabaikan.
(42) 너희 바리새파 사람들에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 박하와 운향과 온갖 채소의 십일조를 드린다. 그러나 하나님의 정의와 사랑은 무시한다. 어느 한 가지만 하지 말고 이 모두를 함께해야 한다.
(42) "But woe (judgment is coming) to you Pharisees, because you [self-righteously] tithe mint and rue and every [little] garden herb [tending to all the minutiae], and yet disregard and neglect justice and the love of God; but these are the things you should have done, without neglecting the others.
(43) Celakalah kamu, hai orang-orang Farisi, sebab kamu suka duduk di tempat terdepan di rumah ibadat dan suka menerima penghormatan di pasar.
(43) 너희 바리새파 사람들에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 회당의 앞자리를 좋아하고, 시장터에서 인사받기를 좋아한다.
(43) Woe to you Pharisees, because you love the best seats in the synagogues and to be respectfully greeted in the market places.
(44) Celakalah kamu, sebab kamu sama seperti kubur yang tidak memakai tanda; orang-orang yang berjalan di atasnya, tidak mengetahuinya."
(44) 너희에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 숨겨진 무덤과 같다. 사람들은 무엇인지도 모르고 그 위를 걸어 다닌다.”
(44) Woe to you! For you are like graves which are unmarked, and people walk over them without being aware of it [and are ceremonially unclean]."
(45) Seorang dari antara ahli-ahli Taurat itu menjawab dan berkata kepada-Nya: "Guru, dengan berkata demikian, Engkau menghina kami juga."
(45) 율법학자 중 한 사람이 예수님께 말했습니다. “선생님, 이런 말씀을 하시는 것은 우리를 모독하는 것입니다.”
(45) One of the lawyers [an expert in the Mosaic Law] answered Him, "Teacher, by saying this, You insult us too!"
(46) Tetapi Ia menjawab: "Celakalah kamu juga, hai ahli-ahli Taurat, sebab kamu meletakkan beban-beban yang tak terpikul pada orang, tetapi kamu sendiri tidak menyentuh beban itu dengan satu jaripun.
(46) 예수님께서 말씀하셨습니다. “너희 율법학자들에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 견디기 힘든 짐을 사람들에게 지우고 있다. 그러면서 너희 자신들은 손가락 하나도 그 짐에 대려고 하지 않는다.
(46) But He said, "Woe to you lawyers as well, because you weigh men down with burdens [man-made rules, unreasonable requirements] which are hard to bear, and you yourselves will not even touch the burdens with one of your fingers [to lighten the load].
(47) Celakalah kamu, sebab kamu membangun makam nabi-nabi, tetapi nenek moyangmu telah membunuh mereka.
(47) 너희에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 너희 조상들이 죽인 예언자들의 무덤을 만들고 있다.
(47) Woe to you! For you repair or build tombs for the prophets, and it was your fathers who killed them.
(48) Dengan demikian kamu mengaku, bahwa kamu membenarkan perbuatan-perbuatan nenek moyangmu, sebab mereka telah membunuh nabi-nabi itu dan kamu membangun makamnya.
(48) 결국 너희는 조상들이 행한 것에 대한 증인이 되고 거기에 동조한다. 그것은 너희 조상들은 죽였고 너희는 무덤을 만들기 때문이다.
(48) So you are witnesses and approve the deeds of your fathers, because they [actually] killed them, and you repair or build their tombs.
(49) Sebab itu hikmat Allah berkata: Aku akan mengutus kepada mereka nabi-nabi dan rasul-rasul dan separuh dari antara nabi-nabi dan rasul-rasul itu akan mereka bunuh dan mereka aniaya,
(49) 그러므로 지혜로우신 하나님께서 말씀하셨다. ‘내가 예언자들과 사도들을 그들에게 보낼 것이다. 사람들이 그들의 일부는 죽이고, 일부는 박해할 것이다.’
(49) For this reason also the wisdom of God said [in the Scriptures], 'I will send them prophets and apostles, some of whom they will put to death and some they will persecute,
(50) supaya dari angkatan ini dituntut darah semua nabi yang telah tertumpah sejak dunia dijadikan,
(50) 세상이 만들어진 이후로 예언자들의 흘린 피에 대하여 이 세대에게 책임을 물을 것이다.
(50) so that charges may be brought against this generation [holding them responsible] for the blood of all the prophets shed since the foundation of the world,
(51) mulai dari darah Habel sampai kepada darah Zakharia yang telah dibunuh di antara mezbah dan Rumah Allah. Bahkan, Aku berkata kepadamu: Semuanya itu akan dituntut dari angkatan ini.
(51) 그렇다. 너희에게 말한다. 아벨의 피로부터 제단과 성소 사이에서 죽임을 당한 사가랴의 피에 이르기까지 이 세대에게 책임을 물을 것이다.
(51) from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah [the priest], who was murdered between the altar and the house of God. Yes, I tell you, charges will be brought against this generation.'
(52) Celakalah kamu, hai ahli-ahli Taurat, sebab kamu telah mengambil kunci pengetahuan; kamu sendiri tidak masuk ke dalam dan orang yang berusaha untuk masuk ke dalam kamu halang-halangi."
(52) 너희 율법학자들에게 화가 있을 것이다. 너희는 지식의 열쇠를 가로챘다. 그러면서 너희 자신들도 들어가려고 하지 않고, 들어가려고 하는 다른 사람들도 막았다.”
(52) Woe to you lawyers, because you have taken away the key to knowledge (scriptural truth). You yourselves did not enter, and you held back those who were entering [by your flawed interpretation of God's word and your man-made tradition]."
(53) Dan setelah Yesus berangkat dari tempat itu, ahli-ahli Taurat dan orang-orang Farisi terus-menerus mengintai dan membanjiri-Nya dengan rupa-rupa soal.
(53) 예수님께서 거기서 떠나실 때, 율법학자들과 바리새파 사람들이 예수님에 대해 앙심을 품고 여러 가지 질문으로 몰아댔습니다.
(53) When He left there, the scribes and the Pharisees began to be very hostile [toward Him] and to interrogate Him on many subjects,
(54) Untuk itu mereka berusaha memancing-Nya, supaya mereka dapat menangkap-Nya berdasarkan sesuatu yang diucapkan-Nya.
(54) 그들은 예수님께서 말씀하시는 것에 트집을 잡으려고 애썼습니다.
(54) plotting against Him to catch Him in something He might say.
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