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5:1-11 = Penjala ikan menjadi penjala manusia
(Mat 4:18-22; Mr 1:16-20)
(1) Pada suatu kali Yesus berdiri di pantai danau Genesaret, sedang orang banyak mengerumuni Dia hendak mendengarkan firman Allah.
(1) 사람들이 예수님께 몰려들어 하나님의 말씀을 듣고 있을 때였습니다. 예수님은 게네사렛 호숫가에 서 계셨습니다.
(1) {The First Disciples}Now it happened that while Jesus was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret (Sea of Galilee), with the people crowding all around Him and listening to the word of God;
(2) Ia melihat dua perahu di tepi pantai. Nelayan-nelayannya telah turun dan sedang membasuh jalanya.
(2) 예수님께서 호숫가에 배 두 척이 놓여 있는 것을 보셨습니다. 어부들은 배에서 내려 그물을 씻고 있었습니다.
(2) that He saw two boats lying at the edge of the lake, but the fishermen had gotten out of them and were washing their nets.
(3) Ia naik ke dalam salah satu perahu itu, yaitu perahu Simon, dan menyuruh dia supaya menolakkan perahunya sedikit jauh dari pantai. Lalu Ia duduk dan mengajar orang banyak dari atas perahu.
(3) 예수님께서 그 중 하나인 시몬의 배에 오르셨습니다. 예수님께서 시몬에게 배를 육지로부터 조금 떼어 놓으라고 하시고 배에 앉으셔서 사람들을 가르치셨습니다.
(3) He got into one of the boats, which was Simon's, and asked him to put out a little distance from the shore. And He sat down and began teaching the crowds from the boat.
(4) Setelah selesai berbicara, Ia berkata kepada Simon: "Bertolaklah ke tempat yang dalam dan tebarkanlah jalamu untuk menangkap ikan."
(4) 말씀을 다 마치시고 예수님께서 시몬에게 말씀하셨습니다. “깊은 데로 가서 그물을 내려 고기를 잡으라.”
(4) When He had finished speaking, He said to Simon [Peter], "Put out into the deep water and lower your nets for a catch [of fish]."
(5) Simon menjawab: "Guru, telah sepanjang malam kami bekerja keras dan kami tidak menangkap apa-apa, tetapi karena Engkau menyuruhnya, aku akan menebarkan jala juga."
(5) 시몬이 대답하였습니다. “선생님, 우리가 밤새도록 수고하였지만 아무것도 잡지 못했습니다. 그러나 선생님의 말씀대로 그물을 내리겠습니다.”
(5) Simon replied, "Master, we worked hard all night [to the point of exhaustion] and caught nothing [in our nets], but at Your word I will [do as you say and] lower the nets [again]."
(6) Dan setelah mereka melakukannya, mereka menangkap sejumlah besar ikan, sehingga jala mereka mulai koyak.
(6) 그대로 하니, 고기를 그물이 찢어질 정도로 많이 잡게 되었습니다.
(6) When they had done this, they caught a great number of fish, and their nets were [at the point of] breaking;
(7) Lalu mereka memberi isyarat kepada teman-temannya di perahu yang lain supaya mereka datang membantunya. Dan mereka itu datang, lalu mereka bersama-sama mengisi kedua perahu itu dengan ikan hingga hampir tenggelam.
(7) 그래서 다른 배에 있는 동료들에게 손짓을 하여 도와 달라고 하였습니다. 그들이 와서 고기를 두 배에 가득 채우니, 배가 가라앉을 지경이었습니다.
(7) so they signaled to their partners in the other boat to come and help them. And they came and filled both of the boats [with fish], so that they began to sink.
(8) Ketika Simon Petrus melihat hal itu iapun tersungkur di depan Yesus dan berkata: "Tuhan, pergilah dari padaku, karena aku ini seorang berdosa."
(8) 시몬 베드로가 이것을 보고 예수님의 무릎 앞에 엎드려 말했습니다. “주님, 제게서 떠나 주십시오. 저는 죄인입니다.”
(8) But when Simon Peter saw this, he fell down at Jesus' knees, saying, "Go away from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord!"
(9) Sebab ia dan semua orang yang bersama-sama dengan dia takjub oleh karena banyaknya ikan yang mereka tangkap;
(9) 베드로와 그와 함께 있던 동료들은 자신들이 잡은 고기를 보고 놀랐던 것입니다.
(9) For he and all his companions were completely astounded at the catch of fish which they had taken;
(10) demikian juga Yakobus dan Yohanes, anak-anak Zebedeus, yang menjadi teman Simon. Kata Yesus kepada Simon: "Jangan takut, mulai dari sekarang engkau akan menjala manusia."
(10) 세베대의 아들이면서 시몬의 동료인 야고보와 요한도 놀랐습니다. 예수님께서 시몬에게 말씀하셨습니다. “두려워하지 마라. 이제부터 너는 사람을 낚을 것이다.”
(10) and so were James and John, sons of Zebedee, who were partners with Simon [Peter]. Jesus said to Simon, "Have no fear; from now on you will be catching men!"
(11) Dan sesudah mereka menghela perahu-perahunya ke darat, merekapun meninggalkan segala sesuatu, lalu mengikut Yesus.
(11) 그들은 육지에 배를 댄 후, 모든 것을 버려 두고 예수님을 따라갔습니다.
(11) After they had brought their boats to land, they left everything and followed Him [becoming His disciples, believing and trusting in Him and following His example].
5:12-16 = Yesus menyembuhkan seorang yang sakit kusta
(Mat 8:1-4; Mr 1:40-45)
(12) Pada suatu kali Yesus berada dalam sebuah kota. Di situ ada seorang yang penuh kusta. Ketika ia melihat Yesus, tersungkurlah ia dan memohon: "Tuan, jika Tuan mau, Tuan dapat mentahirkan aku."
(12) 예수님이 어떤 동네에 계실 때, 온몸에 문둥병이 걸린 사람이 있었습니다. 그가 예수님을 보고 머리를 숙여 간청하였습니다. “주님이 원하시면 저를 깨끗하게 하실 수 있습니다.”
(12) {The Leper and the Paralytic}While Jesus was in one of the cities, there came a man covered with [an advanced case of] leprosy; and when he saw Jesus, he fell on his face and begged Him, saying, "Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean and well."
(13) Lalu Yesus mengulurkan tangan-Nya, menjamah orang itu, dan berkata: "Aku mau, jadilah engkau tahir." Seketika itu juga lenyaplah penyakit kustanya.
(13) 예수님께서 손을 내밀고 그에게 대시며 말씀하셨습니다. “내가 원한다. 깨끗하게 되어라.” 그 즉시 문둥병이 그에게서 사라졌습니다.
(13) And Jesus reached out His hand and touched him, saying, "I am willing; be cleansed." And immediately the leprosy left him.
(14) Yesus melarang orang itu memberitahukannya kepada siapapun juga dan berkata: "Pergilah, perlihatkanlah dirimu kepada imam dan persembahkanlah untuk pentahiranmu persembahan seperti yang diperintahkan Musa, sebagai bukti bagi mereka."
(14) 예수님께서는 이 일을 아무에게도 말하지 말라고 이르셨습니다. 그리고 “가서 제사장에게 네 몸을 보여라. 또 모세가 명령한 대로 네가 깨끗하게 된 예물을 드려라. 그래서 사람들에게 증거를 삼아라”고 말씀하셨습니다.
(14) Jesus ordered him to tell no one [that he might happen to meet], "But go and show yourself to the priest, and make an offering for your purification, just as Moses commanded, as a testimony (witness) to them [that this is a work of Messiah]."
(15) Tetapi kabar tentang Yesus makin jauh tersiar dan datanglah orang banyak berbondong-bondong kepada-Nya untuk mendengar Dia dan untuk disembuhkan dari penyakit mereka.
(15) 그런데도 예수님에 관한 소문은 더욱더 멀리 퍼져 나갔습니다. 많은 사람들이 예수님의 말씀을 듣고 병을 고치기 위해 모여들었습니다.
(15) But the news about Him was spreading farther, and large crowds kept gathering to hear Him and to be healed of their illnesses.
(16) Akan tetapi Ia mengundurkan diri ke tempat-tempat yang sunyi dan berdoa.
(16) 그러나 예수님께서는 홀로 광야로 가셔서 기도하셨습니다.
(16) But Jesus Himself would often slip away to the wilderness and pray [in seclusion].
5:17-26 = Orang lumpuh disembuhkan
(Mat 9:1-8; Mr 2:1-12)
(17) Pada suatu hari ketika Yesus mengajar, ada beberapa orang Farisi dan ahli Taurat duduk mendengarkan-Nya. Mereka datang dari semua desa di Galilea dan Yudea dan dari Yerusalem. Kuasa Tuhan menyertai Dia, sehingga Ia dapat menyembuhkan orang sakit.
(17) 어느 날, 예수님께서 가르치고 계실 때, 갈릴리와 유대의 모든 마을과 예루살렘에서 온 바리새파 사람과 율법학자들도 거기에 앉아 있었습니다. 주님의 능력이 예수님과 함께하셔서 사람들을 고쳤습니다.
(17) One day as He was teaching, there were Pharisees and teachers of the Law sitting there who had come from every village of Galilee and Judea and from Jerusalem. And the power of the Lord was present with Him to heal.
(18) Lalu datanglah beberapa orang mengusung seorang lumpuh di atas tempat tidur; mereka berusaha membawa dia masuk dan meletakkannya di hadapan Yesus.
(18) 그 때, 어떤 사람들이 중풍병에 걸린 사람을 침상에 눕힌 채로 데려왔습니다. 이들은 병자를 데리고 가서 예수님 앞에 보이려고 했습니다.
(18) Some men came carrying on a stretcher a man who was paralyzed, and they tried to bring him in and lay him down in front of Jesus.
(19) Karena mereka tidak dapat membawanya masuk berhubung dengan banyaknya orang di situ, naiklah mereka ke atap rumah, lalu membongkar atap itu, dan menurunkan orang itu dengan tempat tidurnya ke tengah-tengah orang banyak tepat di depan Yesus.
(19) 그러나 사람들이 너무 많아서 예수님께 데리고 갈 방법을 찾을 수가 없었습니다. 그들은 지붕 위로 올라가서 지붕을 뚫고 환자를 침상에 누인 채 예수님 앞 한가운데로 매달아 내렸습니다.
(19) But finding no way to bring him in because of the crowd, they went up on the roof [and removed some tiles to make an opening] and lowered him through the tiles with his stretcher, into the middle of the crowd, in front of Jesus.
(20) Ketika Yesus melihat iman mereka, berkatalah Ia: "Hai saudara, dosamu sudah diampuni."
(20) 그들의 믿음을 보시고 예수님께서 환자에게 말씀하셨습니다. “친구여, 네 죄가 용서받았다.”
(20) When Jesus saw their [active] faith [springing from confidence in Him], He said, "Man, your sins are forgiven."
(21) Tetapi ahli-ahli Taurat dan orang-orang Farisi berpikir dalam hatinya: "Siapakah orang yang menghujat Allah ini? Siapa yang dapat mengampuni dosa selain dari pada Allah sendiri?"
(21) 율법학자들과 바리새파 사람들이 속으로 생각하기 시작했습니다. “이 사람이 누구인데 하나님을 모독하는가? 하나님 외에 누가 죄를 용서할 수 있단 말인가?”
(21) The scribes and the Pharisees began to consider and question [the implications of what He had said], saying, "Who is this man who speaks blasphemies [by claiming the rights and prerogatives of God]? Who can forgive sins [that is, remove guilt, nullify sin's penalty, and assign righteousness] except God alone?"
(22) Akan tetapi Yesus mengetahui pikiran mereka, lalu berkata kepada mereka: "Apakah yang kamu pikirkan dalam hatimu?
(22) 예수님께서 그들의 생각을 아시고 그들에게 대답하셨습니다. “왜 마음속에 그런 생각을 하느냐?
(22) But Jesus, knowing their [hostile] thoughts, answered them, "Why are you questioning [these things] in your hearts?
(23) Manakah lebih mudah, mengatakan: Dosamu sudah diampuni, atau mengatakan: Bangunlah, dan berjalanlah?
(23) ‘네 죄가 용서받았다’라고 하는 것과 ‘일어나 걸어라’고 말하는 것 중에서 어느 것이 더 쉽겠느냐?
(23) Which is easier, to say, 'Your sins are forgiven you,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'?
(24) Tetapi supaya kamu tahu, bahwa di dunia ini Anak Manusia berkuasa mengampuni dosa" --berkatalah Ia kepada orang lumpuh itu--:"Kepadamu Kukatakan, bangunlah, angkatlah tempat tidurmu dan pulanglah ke rumahmu!"
(24) 그러나 인자가 이 세상에서 죄를 용서하는 권세를 가지고 있다는 것을 알려 주려는 것이다.” 예수님께서 중풍병자에게 말씀하셨습니다. “내가 말한다. 일어나 네 침상을 가지고 집으로 가거라.”
(24) But, in order that you may know that the Son of Man (the Messiah) has authority and power on earth to forgive sins"—He said to the paralyzed man, "I say to you, get up, pick up your stretcher and go home."
(25) Dan seketika itu juga bangunlah ia, di depan mereka, lalu mengangkat tempat tidurnya dan pulang ke rumahnya sambil memuliakan Allah.
(25) 그 즉시, 그 사람은 사람들 앞에서 일어났습니다. 그리고 자신이 누웠던 침상을 들고 하나님께 영광을 돌리며 집으로 돌아갔습니다.
(25) He immediately stood up before them, picked up his stretcher, and went home glorifying and praising God.
(26) Semua orang itu takjub, lalu memuliakan Allah, dan mereka sangat takut, katanya: "Hari ini kami telah menyaksikan hal-hal yang sangat mengherankan."
(26) 사람들이 놀라움에 사로잡혔습니다. 사람들은 하나님께 영광을 돌리고 두려워하며 말했습니다. “오늘 우리가 신기한 일을 보았다.”
(26) They were all astonished, and they began glorifying God; and they were filled with [reverential] fear and kept saying, "We have seen wonderful and incredible things today!"
5:27-32 = Lewi pemungut cukai mengikut Yesus
(Mat 9:9-13; Mr 2:13-17)
(27) Kemudian, ketika Yesus pergi ke luar, Ia melihat seorang pemungut cukai, yang bernama Lewi, sedang duduk di rumah cukai. Yesus berkata kepadanya: "Ikutlah Aku!"
(27) 그후에 예수님께서 길을 가시다가 레위라는 세리가 세관에 앉아 있는 것을 보시고 그에게 말씀하셨습니다. “나를 따르라!”
(27) {Call of Levi (Matthew)}After this Jesus went out and noticed a tax collector named Levi (Matthew) sitting at the tax booth; and He said to him, "Follow Me [as My disciple, accepting Me as your Master and Teacher and walking the same path of life that I walk]."
(28) Maka berdirilah Lewi dan meninggalkan segala sesuatu, lalu mengikut Dia.
(28) 레위는 모든 것을 버려 두고 일어나 예수님을 따라갔습니다.
(28) And he left everything behind and got up and began to follow Jesus [as His disciple].
(29) Dan Lewi mengadakan suatu perjamuan besar untuk Dia di rumahnya dan sejumlah besar pemungut cukai dan orang-orang lain turut makan bersama-sama dengan Dia.
(29) 레위는 자기 집에서 예수님을 위해 큰 잔치를 베풀었습니다. 거기에는 많은 세리들과 그 밖의 사람들이 함께 음식을 먹고 있었습니다.
(29) Levi (Matthew) gave a great banquet for Him at his house; and there was a large crowd of tax collectors and others who were reclining at the table with them.
(30) Orang-orang Farisi dan ahli-ahli Taurat bersungut-sungut kepada murid-murid Yesus, katanya: "Mengapa kamu makan dan minum bersama-sama dengan pemungut cukai dan orang berdosa?"
(30) 바리새파 사람들과 율법학자들이 예수님의 제자들을 비방하였습니다. “왜 당신들은 세리들과 죄인들과 더불어 먹고 마십니까?”
(30) The Pharisees and their scribes [seeing those with whom He was associating] began murmuring in discontent to His disciples, asking, "Why are you eating and drinking with the tax collectors and sinners [including non-observant Jews]?"
(31) Lalu jawab Yesus kepada mereka, kata-Nya: "Bukan orang sehat yang memerlukan tabib, tetapi orang sakit;
(31) 예수님께서 그들에게 대답하셨습니다. “의사가 필요한 사람은 건강한 사람이 아니라 병든 사람이다.
(31) And Jesus replied to them, "It is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but [only] those who are sick.
(32) Aku datang bukan untuk memanggil orang benar, tetapi orang berdosa, supaya mereka bertobat."
(32) 나는 의인을 부르려고 온 것이 아니라, 죄인을 불러 회개시키려고 왔다.”
(32) I did not come to call the [self-proclaimed] righteous [who see no need to repent], but sinners to repentance [to change their old way of thinking, to turn from sin and to seek God and His righteousness]."
5:33-39 = Hal berpuasa
(Mat 9:14-17; Mr 2:18-22)
(33) Orang-orang Farisi itu berkata pula kepada Yesus: "Murid-murid Yohanes sering berpuasa dan sembahyang, demikian juga murid-murid orang Farisi, tetapi murid-murid-Mu makan dan minum."
(33) 사람들이 예수님께 말했습니다. “요한의 제자들은 자주 금식하고 기도를 합니다. 바리새파 사람들도 이같이 합니다. 그런데 당신의 제자들은 항상 먹고 마시는군요.”
(33) Then they said to Him, "The disciples of John [the Baptist] often practice fasting and offer prayers [of special petition], and so do the disciples of the Pharisees; but Yours eat and drink."
(34) Jawab Yesus kepada mereka: "Dapatkah sahabat mempelai laki-laki disuruh berpuasa, sedang mempelai itu bersama mereka?
(34) 예수님께서 이들에게 말씀하셨습니다. “신랑이 결혼 잔치의 손님들과 함께 있는데 이들에게 금식하라고 할 수 없지 않느냐?
(34) Jesus said to them, "Can you make the wedding guests of the bridegroom fast while he is with them?
(35) Tetapi akan datang waktunya, apabila mempelai itu diambil dari mereka, pada waktu itulah mereka akan berpuasa."
(35) 그러나 그들이 신랑을 빼앗길 때가 올 텐데 그 때는 금식할 것이다.”
(35) But days [for mourning] will come when the bridegroom is [forcefully] taken away from them. They will fast in those days."
(36) Ia mengatakan juga suatu perumpamaan kepada mereka: "Tidak seorangpun mengoyakkan secarik kain dari baju yang baru untuk menambalkannya pada baju yang tua. Jika demikian, yang baru itu juga akan koyak dan pada yang tua itu tidak akan cocok kain penambal yang dikoyakkan dari yang baru itu.
(36) 예수님께서 이들에게 비유를 말씀하셨습니다. “아무도 새 옷에서 한 조각을 떼어 내어 낡은 옷에 붙이지 않는다. 만일 그렇게 하면 새 옷은 찢어지고 새 옷에서 떼어 낸 그 조각이 낡은 옷에 어울리지도 않을 것이다.
(36) He also told them a parable: "No one tears a piece of cloth from a new garment and puts it on an old one; otherwise he will both tear the new, and the piece from the new will not match the old.
(37) Demikian juga tidak seorangpun mengisikan anggur yang baru ke dalam kantong kulit yang tua, karena jika demikian, anggur yang baru itu akan mengoyakkan kantong itu dan anggur itu akan terbuang dan kantong itupun hancur.
(37) 아무도 새 포도주를 낡은 가죽 부대에 넣지 않는다. 만일 그렇게 하면 새 포도주가 그 가죽 부대를 터뜨려서 포도주는 쏟아지고, 가죽 부대도 망가질 것이다.
(37) And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; otherwise the new [fermenting] wine will [expand and] burst the skins and it will be spilled out, and the skins will be ruined.
(38) Tetapi anggur yang baru harus disimpan dalam kantong yang baru pula.
(38) 새 포도주는 새 가죽 부대에 넣어야 한다.
(38) But new wine must be put into fresh wineskins.
(39) Dan tidak seorangpun yang telah minum anggur tua ingin minum anggur yang baru, sebab ia akan berkata: Anggur yang tua itu baik."
(39) 아무도 묵은 포도주를 마시고 나서 새 포도주를 원하지 않는다. 왜냐하면 ‘묵은 포도주가 더 좋다’라고 하기 때문이다.”
(39) And no one, after drinking old wine, wishes for new; for he says, 'The old is fine.'"
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