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Lukas / Luke / 누가복음
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Terjemahan Baru 1974
아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
English Amplified 2015

[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
14:1-6 = Lagi penyembuhan pada hari Sabat
(Mat 23:37-39)
(1) Pada suatu hari Sabat Yesus datang ke rumah salah seorang pemimpin dari orang-orang Farisi untuk makan di situ. Semua yang hadir mengamat-amati Dia dengan saksama.
(1) 안식일에 예수님께서 음식을 드시러 어느 한 바리새파 지도자의 집에 들어가셨습니다. 사람들이 예수님을 가까이서 지켜 보고 있었습니다.
(1) {Jesus Heals on the Sabbath}It happened one Sabbath, when He went for a meal at the house of one of the ruling Pharisees, that they were watching Him closely and carefully [hoping to entrap Him].
(2) Tiba-tiba datanglah seorang yang sakit busung air berdiri di hadapan-Nya.
(2) 그 때, 수종병 환자 한 사람이 예수님 앞에 나타났습니다.
(2) And there in front of Him was a man who had dropsy (extreme swelling).
(3) Lalu Yesus berkata kepada ahli-ahli Taurat dan orang-orang Farisi itu, kata-Nya: "Diperbolehkankah menyembuhkan orang pada hari Sabat atau tidak?"
(3) 예수님께서 율법학자들과 바리새파 사람들에게 말씀하셨습니다. “안식일에 병을 고치는 것이 옳으냐? 옳지 않느냐?”
(3) And Jesus asked the lawyers and the Pharisees, "Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath, or not?"
(4) Mereka itu diam semuanya. Lalu Ia memegang tangan orang sakit itu dan menyembuhkannya dan menyuruhnya pergi.
(4) 그러나 사람들은 잠잠했습니다. 예수님께서 병자를 붙잡고 그를 고쳐 주셨습니다. 그리고 그를 보냈습니다.
(4) But they kept silent. Then He took hold of the man and healed him, and sent him on his way.
(5) Kemudian Ia berkata kepada mereka: "Siapakah di antara kamu yang tidak segera menarik ke luar anaknya atau lembunya kalau terperosok ke dalam sebuah sumur, meskipun pada hari Sabat?"
(5) 예수님께서 바리새파 사람들과 율법학자들에게 말씀하셨습니다. “만일 너희 아들이나 소가 안식일에 우물에 빠졌다면, 즉시 끌어 내지 않겠느냐?”
(5) Then He said to them, "Which one of you, having a son or an ox that falls into a well, will not immediately pull him out on the Sabbath day?"
(6) Mereka tidak sanggup membantah-Nya.
(6) 사람들은 아무런 대답도 할 수 없었습니다.
(6) And they were unable to reply to this.
14:7-11 = Tempat yang paling utama dan yang paling rendah
(Mat 23:37-39)
(7) Karena Yesus melihat, bahwa tamu-tamu berusaha menduduki tempat-tempat kehormatan, Ia mengatakan perumpamaan ini kepada mereka:
(7) 예수님께서 초대받은 손님들이 서로가 윗자리를 차지하려는 것을 보시고, 비유를 들어 말씀하셨습니다.
(7) {Parable of the Guests}Now Jesus began telling a parable to the invited guests when He noticed how they had been selecting the places of honor at the table, saying to them,
(8) Kalau seorang mengundang engkau ke pesta perkawinan, janganlah duduk di tempat kehormatan, sebab mungkin orang itu telah mengundang seorang yang lebih terhormat dari padamu,
(8) “어떤 사람의 결혼 잔치에 초대받았을 때 윗자리에 앉지 마라. 혹시 너보다 귀한 손님이 초대받았을 경우,
(8) "When you are invited by someone to a wedding feast, do not sit down [to eat] at the place of honor, since a more distinguished person than you may have been invited by the host,
(9) supaya orang itu, yang mengundang engkau dan dia, jangan datang dan berkata kepadamu: Berilah tempat ini kepada orang itu. Lalu engkau dengan malu harus pergi duduk di tempat yang paling rendah.
(9) 너희를 잔치에 초대한 주인이 와서 말할 것이다. ‘자리를 이분에게 내주십시오.’ 그러면 너희는 부끄러워하면서 끝자리로 내려가야 할 것이다.
(9) and he who invited both of you will come and say to you, 'Give this man your place,' and then, in disgrace you proceed to take the last place.
(10) Tetapi, apabila engkau diundang, pergilah duduk di tempat yang paling rendah. Mungkin tuan rumah akan datang dan berkata kepadamu: Sahabat, silakan duduk di depan. Dan dengan demikian engkau akan menerima hormat di depan mata semua tamu yang lain.
(10) 너희가 초대를 받으면 끝자리로 가서 앉아라. 그러면 너를 초대한 주인이 와서 말할 것이다. ‘친구여, 윗자리로 올라 앉으시오. 그러면 다른 모든 잔치 손님들이 보는 앞에서 영광을 얻을 것이다.
(10) But when you are invited, go and sit down [to eat] at the last place, so that when your host comes, he will say to you, 'Friend, move up higher'; and then you will be honored in the presence of all who are at the table with you.
(11) Sebab barangsiapa meninggikan diri, ia akan direndahkan dan barangsiapa merendahkan diri, ia akan ditinggikan."
(11) 자신을 높이는 사람은 낮아지고, 자신을 낮추는 사람은 높아질 것이다.”
(11) For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled [before others], and he who habitually humbles himself (keeps a realistic self-view) will be exalted."
14:12-14 = Siapa yang harus diundang
(Mat 23:37-39)
(12) Dan Yesus berkata juga kepada orang yang mengundang Dia: "Apabila engkau mengadakan perjamuan siang atau perjamuan malam, janganlah engkau mengundang sahabat-sahabatmu atau saudara-saudaramu atau kaum keluargamu atau tetangga-tetanggamu yang kaya, karena mereka akan membalasnya dengan mengundang engkau pula dan dengan demikian engkau mendapat balasnya.
(12) 예수님께서 초대한 사람에게도 말씀하셨습니다. “너는 점심이나 저녁을 차려 놓고 네 친구들, 형제들, 친척들, 그리고 부유한 이웃들을 초대하지 마라. 이들은 너를 도로 초대하여 보답을 한다.
(12) Jesus also went on to say to the one who had invited Him, "When you give a luncheon or a dinner, do not invite your friends or your brothers or your relatives or wealthy neighbors, otherwise they may also invite you in return and that will be your repayment.
(13) Tetapi apabila engkau mengadakan perjamuan, undanglah orang-orang miskin, orang-orang cacat, orang-orang lumpuh dan orang-orang buta.
(13) 오히려 잔치를 베풀 때는 가난한 사람들, 걷지 못하는 사람들과 다리를 저는 사람들과 보지 못하는 사람들을 초대하여라.
(13) But when you give a banquet or a reception, invite the poor, the disabled, the lame, and the blind,
(14) Dan engkau akan berbahagia, karena mereka tidak mempunyai apa-apa untuk membalasnya kepadamu. Sebab engkau akan mendapat balasnya pada hari kebangkitan orang-orang benar."
(14) 그러면 너희에게 복이 있을 것이다. 그들은 네게 되갚을 것이 없다. 너는 의인들이 부활할 때에 보상을 받을 것이다.”
(14) and you will be blessed because they cannot repay you; for you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous (the just, the upright)."
14:15-24 = Perumpamaan tentang orang-orang yang berdalih
(Mat 22:1-10)
(15) Mendengar itu berkatalah seorang dari tamu-tamu itu kepada Yesus: "Berbahagialah orang yang akan dijamu dalam Kerajaan Allah."
(15) 예수님과 같이 식사를 하던 사람 중에 한 사람이 이 말씀을 듣고서 예수님께 말했습니다. “하나님 나라의 잔치 자리에 앉을 사람은 참으로 복이 있습니다.”
(15) When one of those who were reclining at the table with Him heard this, he said to Him, "Blessed (happy, prosperous, to be admired) is he who will eat bread in the kingdom of God!"
(16) Tetapi Yesus berkata kepadanya: "Ada seorang mengadakan perjamuan besar dan ia mengundang banyak orang.
(16) 예수님께서 그에게 말씀하셨습니다. “어떤 사람이 큰 잔치를 베풀고 많은 사람들을 초대하였다.
(16) {Parable of the Dinner}But Jesus said to him, "A man was giving a big dinner, and he invited many guests;
(17) Menjelang perjamuan itu dimulai, ia menyuruh hambanya mengatakan kepada para undangan: Marilah, sebab segala sesuatu sudah siap.
(17) 시간이 되었을 때, 그 사람은 종을 보내어 초대한 사람들에게 알렸다. ‘준비가 다 되었으니 오십시오.’
(17) and at the dinner hour he sent his servant to tell those who had been invited, 'Come, because everything is ready now.'
(18) Tetapi mereka bersama-sama meminta maaf. Yang pertama berkata kepadanya: Aku telah membeli ladang dan aku harus pergi melihatnya; aku minta dimaafkan.
(18) 그러나 그들은 모두 한결같이 핑계를 대기 시작했다. 첫 번째 사람이 말했다. ‘내가 밭을 샀는데 가서 둘러봐야 합니다. 부디 양해해 주십시오.’
(18) But they all alike began to make excuses. The first one said to him, 'I have purchased a piece of land and I have to go out and see it; please consider me excused.'
(19) Yang lain berkata: Aku telah membeli lima pasang lembu kebiri dan aku harus pergi mencobanya; aku minta dimaafkan.
(19) 또 한 사람이 말했다. ‘나는 소 열 마리를 샀는데, 이것들을 부려 보러 가는 길입니다. 부디 양해해 주십시오.’
(19) Another one said, 'I have purchased five yoke of oxen, and I am going to try them out; please consider me excused.'
(20) Yang lain lagi berkata: Aku baru kawin dan karena itu aku tidak dapat datang.
(20) 세 번째 사람이 말했다. ‘나는 지금 장가를 들어서 갈 수 없습니다.’
(20) And another said, 'I have [recently] married a wife, and for that reason I am unable to come.'
(21) Maka kembalilah hamba itu dan menyampaikan semuanya itu kepada tuannya. Lalu murkalah tuan rumah itu dan berkata kepada hambanya: Pergilah dengan segera ke segala jalan dan lorong kota dan bawalah ke mari orang-orang miskin dan orang-orang cacat dan orang-orang buta dan orang-orang lumpuh.
(21) 종이 돌아와서 주인에게 이 사실을 알렸다. 그러자 집주인이 화가 나서 말했다. ‘당장 가서 동네의 길과 골목을 다니며 가난한 사람, 걷지 못하는 사람, 보지 못하는 사람, 다리를 저는 사람들을 데려오라.’
(21) So the servant came back and reported this to his master. Then [his master,] the head of the household, became angry [at the rejections of his invitation] and said to his servant, 'Go out quickly into the streets and the lanes of the city and bring in here the poor and the disabled and the blind and the lame.'
(22) Kemudian hamba itu melaporkan: Tuan, apa yang tuan perintahkan itu sudah dilaksanakan, tetapi sekalipun demikian masih ada tempat.
(22) 그후에 종이 말했다. ‘주인님, 말씀하신 것들을 다했습니다만 아직도 자리가 비어 있습니다.’
(22) And the servant [after returning] said, 'Sir, what you commanded has been done, and still there is room.'
(23) Lalu kata tuan itu kepada hambanya: Pergilah ke semua jalan dan lintasan dan paksalah orang-orang, yang ada di situ, masuk, karena rumahku harus penuh.
(23) 그러자 주인이 종에게 말하였다. ‘큰길과 골목길을 돌아다니며 사람들을 오게 하여 내 집을 채워라.
(23) Then the master told the servant, 'Go out into the highways and along the hedges, and compel them to come in, so that my house may be filled [with guests].
(24) Sebab Aku berkata kepadamu: Tidak ada seorangpun dari orang-orang yang telah diundang itu akan menikmati jamuan-Ku."
(24) 내가 너희에게 말한다. 먼저 초대받았던 사람들은 아무도 내 잔치를 맛보지 못할 것이다.’”
(24) For I tell you, not one of those who were invited [and declined] will taste my dinner.'"
14:25-35 = Segala sesuatu harus dilepaskan untuk mengikut Yesus
(Mat 22:1-10)
(25) Pada suatu kali banyak orang berduyun-duyun mengikuti Yesus dalam perjalanan-Nya. Sambil berpaling Ia berkata kepada mereka:
(25) 많은 사람들이 예수님과 함께 길을 가고 있었습니다. 예수님께서 이들에게 돌아서서 말씀하셨습니다.
(25) {Discipleship Tested}Now large crowds were going along with Jesus; and He turned and said to them,
(26) Jikalau seorang datang kepada-Ku dan ia tidak membenci bapanya, ibunya, isterinya, anak-anaknya, saudara-saudaranya laki-laki atau perempuan, bahkan nyawanya sendiri, ia tidak dapat menjadi murid-Ku.
(26) “누구든지 내게로 오면서 자신의 아버지, 어머니, 아내, 자녀, 형제, 혹은 자매를 미워하지 않으면 그리고 더 나아가 자신의 목숨까지도 미워하지 않으면 내 제자가 될 수 없다.
(26) "If anyone comes to Me, and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life [in the sense of indifference to or relative disregard for them in comparison with his attitude toward God]—he cannot be My disciple.
(27) Barangsiapa tidak memikul salibnya dan mengikut Aku, ia tidak dapat menjadi murid-Ku.
(27) 누구든지 자기 십자가를 지고 나를 따르지 않는 사람은 내 제자가 될 수 없다.
(27) Whoever does not carry his own cross [expressing a willingness to endure whatever may come] and follow after Me [believing in Me, conforming to My example in living and, if need be, suffering or perhaps dying because of faith in Me] cannot be My disciple.
(28) Sebab siapakah di antara kamu yang kalau mau mendirikan sebuah menara tidak duduk dahulu membuat anggaran biayanya, kalau-kalau cukup uangnya untuk menyelesaikan pekerjaan itu?
(28) 너희 가운데 한 사람이 탑을 세우려고 하는데, 우선 앉아서 이 일을 완성하는 데 얼마의 비용이 들지 따져 볼 것이 아니냐?
(28) For which one of you, when he wants to build a watchtower [for his guards], does not first sit down and calculate the cost, to see if he has enough to finish it?
(29) Supaya jikalau ia sudah meletakkan dasarnya dan tidak dapat menyelesaikannya, jangan-jangan semua orang yang melihatnya, mengejek dia,
(29) 만일 기초 공사만 하고 완성할 수 없게 되면 보던 사람들이 모두 너를 비웃기 시작할 것이다.
(29) Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is unable to finish [the building], all who see it will begin to ridicule him,
(30) sambil berkata: Orang itu mulai mendirikan, tetapi ia tidak sanggup menyelesaikannya.
(30) 그리고 ‘이 사람이 공사를 시작만 하고 끝내지는 못했다’라고 말할 것이다.
(30) saying, 'This man began to build and was not able to finish!'
(31) Atau, raja manakah yang kalau mau pergi berperang melawan raja lain tidak duduk dahulu untuk mempertimbangkan, apakah dengan sepuluh ribu orang ia sanggup menghadapi lawan yang mendatanginya dengan dua puluh ribu orang?
(31) 만일 어떤 임금이 다른 왕과 전쟁을 하러 나갈 때, 우선 앉아서 만 명 군사로 이만 명의 군사를 이끌고 오는 자를 이길 수 있을지 헤아려 보지 않겠느냐?
(31) Or what king, when he sets out to meet another king in battle, will not first sit down and consider whether he is strong enough with ten thousand men to encounter the one who is coming against him with twenty thousand?
(32) Jikalau tidak, ia akan mengirim utusan selama musuh itu masih jauh untuk menanyakan syarat-syarat perdamaian.
(32) 이길 수 없다면 아직 적군이 멀리 있을 때에 특사를 보내어 평화 조약을 제의할 것이다.
(32) Or else [if he feels he is not powerful enough], while the other [king] is still a far distance away, he sends an envoy and asks for terms of peace.
(33) Demikian pulalah tiap-tiap orang di antara kamu, yang tidak melepaskan dirinya dari segala miliknya, tidak dapat menjadi murid-Ku.
(33) 이와 같이 너희 가운데 누구든지 가지고 있는 모든 것을 버리지 않으면, 내 제자가 될 수 없다.”
(33) So then, none of you can be My disciple who does not [carefully consider the cost and then for My sake] give up all his own possessions.
(34) Garam memang baik, tetapi jika garam juga menjadi tawar, dengan apakah ia diasinkan?
(34) “소금은 좋은 것이지만 만일 그 맛을 잃어버리면 무엇으로 다시 짠맛을 내겠느냐?
(34) "Therefore, salt is good; but if salt has become tasteless, with what will it be seasoned?
(35) Tidak ada lagi gunanya baik untuk ladang maupun untuk pupuk, dan orang membuangnya saja. Siapa mempunyai telinga untuk mendengar, hendaklah ia mendengar!"
(35) 그것은 땅에도 거름에도 아무 쓸모 없어 밖에 던져질 것이다. 들을 귀 있는 사람은 들어라.”
(35) It is fit neither for the soil nor for the manure pile; it is thrown away. He who has ears to hear, let him hear and heed My words."
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