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Roma / Romans / 로마서
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Terjemahan Baru 1974
아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
English Amplified 2015

[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
4:1-25 = Abraham dibenarkan karena iman
(1) Jadi apakah akan kita katakan tentang Abraham, bapa leluhur jasmani kita?
(1) 그러면 이 문제에 대해 우리의 조상 아브라함이 발견한 것은 무엇이라고 말할 수 있겠습니까?
(1) {Justification by Faith Evidenced in Old Testament}What then shall we say that Abraham, our forefather humanly speaking, has found? [Has he obtained a favored standing?]
(2) Sebab jikalau Abraham dibenarkan karena perbuatannya, maka ia beroleh dasar untuk bermegah, tetapi tidak di hadapan Allah.
(2) 아브라함이 행위를 통해 의롭다 함을 얻었다면, 그에게는 자랑할 것이 있었을 것입니다. 그러나 하나님 앞에서는 자랑할 것이 없습니다.
(2) For if Abraham was justified [that is, acquitted from the guilt of his sins] by works [those things he did that were good], he has something to boast about, but not before God.
(3) Sebab apakah dikatakan nas Kitab Suci? "Lalu percayalah Abraham kepada Tuhan, dan Tuhan memperhitungkan hal itu kepadanya sebagai kebenaran."
(3) 성경이 뭐라고 말합니까? “아브라함이 하나님을 믿으니, 그 믿음을 그의 의로 여기셨다”라고 하지 않습니까?
(3) For what does the Scripture say? "Abraham believed in (trusted, relied on) God, and it was credited to his account as righteousness (right living, right standing with God)."
(4) Kalau ada orang yang bekerja, upahnya tidak diperhitungkan sebagai hadiah, tetapi sebagai haknya.
(4) 일을 해서 품삯을 받는 사람은 그가 받는 품삯을 당연히 받을 것을 받는 것으로 생각하지, 선물을 받는 것으로 생각하지 않습니다.
(4) Now to a laborer, his wages are not credited as a favor or a gift, but as an obligation [something owed to him].
(5) Tetapi kalau ada orang yang tidak bekerja, namun percaya kepada Dia yang membenarkan orang durhaka, imannya diperhitungkan menjadi kebenaran.
(5) 그러나 일을 하지 않는데도 품삯을 받는 사람이 있다면, 그가 경건하지 않은 사람을 의롭다고 여기시는 하나님을 믿기 때문에 하나님께서 그의 믿음을 보시고 의롭다고 여기시는 것이 됩니다.
(5) But to the one who does not work [that is, the one who does not try to earn his salvation by doing good], but believes and completely trusts in Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited to him as righteousness (right standing with God).
(6) Seperti juga Daud menyebut berbahagia orang yang dibenarkan Allah bukan berdasarkan perbuatannya:
(6) 다윗은 행한 것과는 관계없이, 하나님께서 의롭다고 인정하시는 사람이 받은 복에 대해 다음과 같이 말했습니다.
(6) And in this same way David speaks of the blessing on the one to whom God credits righteousness apart from works:
(7) Berbahagialah orang yang diampuni pelanggaran-pelanggarannya, dan yang ditutupi dosa-dosanya;
(7) “자기 죄를 용서받고, 자기 허물이 가려진 사람은 복이 있다.
(7) "Blessed and happy and favored are those whose lawless acts have been forgiven, And whose sins have been covered up and completely buried.
(8) berbahagialah manusia yang kesalahannya tidak diperhitungkan Tuhan kepadanya."
(8) 주님께서 죄 없다고 인정해 주는 사람은 복이 있다.”
(8) "Blessed and happy and favored is the man whose sin the Lord will not take into account nor charge against him."
(9) Adakah ucapan bahagia ini hanya berlaku bagi orang bersunat saja atau juga bagi orang tak bersunat? Sebab telah kami katakan, bahwa kepada Abraham iman diperhitungkan sebagai kebenaran.
(9) 그렇다면 이 복이 할례를 받은 사람들에게만 내리는 것입니까? 아니면 할례를 받지 않은 사람들에게도 내리는 것입니까? 우리는 앞에서 아브라함의 믿음이 의로 여김을 받았다고 말했습니다.
(9) Is this blessing only for the circumcised, or also for the uncircumcised? For we say, "Faith was credited to Abraham as righteousness."
(10) Dalam keadaan manakah hal itu diperhitungkan? Sebelum atau sesudah ia disunat? Bukan sesudah disunat, tetapi sebelumnya.
(10) 어떤 상황에서 이런 일이 발생했습니까? 아브라함이 할례를 받은 뒤였습니까? 아니면 할례를 받기 전이었습니까? 아브라함이 의롭다 함을 받은 것은 할례를 받은 후가 아니라, 할례를 받기 전이었습니다.
(10) How then was it credited [to him]? Was it after he had been circumcised, or before? Not after, but while [he was] uncircumcised.
(11) Dan tanda sunat itu diterimanya sebagai meterai kebenaran berdasarkan iman yang ditunjukkannya, sebelum ia bersunat. Demikianlah ia dapat menjadi bapa semua orang percaya yang tak bersunat, supaya kebenaran diperhitungkan kepada mereka,
(11) 아브라함은 할례를 받기 전에 믿음으로 의롭다 함을 받았으며, 그 표로써 할례를 받은 것입니다. 그러므로 아브라함은 할례를 받지 않고도 하나님을 믿는 모든 사람들이 의롭다 여김을 받을 수 있도록 모든 믿는 사람의 조상이 되었습니다.
(11) He received the sign of circumcision, a seal or confirmation of the righteousness which he had by faith while [he was still] uncircumcised—this was so that he would be the [spiritual] father of all who believe without being circumcised—so that righteousness would be credited to them,
(12) dan juga menjadi bapa orang-orang bersunat, yaitu mereka yang bukan hanya bersunat, tetapi juga mengikuti jejak iman Abraham, bapa leluhur kita, pada masa ia belum disunat.
(12) 또한 아브라함은 할례받은 자의 조상이기도 합니다. 이 말은 그가 할례 받은 사람들뿐만 아니라, 우리 조상 아브라함이 할례를 받기 전에 가졌던 믿음의 발자취를 따라가는 사람들의 조상도 된다는 의미입니다.
(12) and [that he would be] the [spiritual] father of those circumcised who are not only circumcised, but who also walk in the steps of the faith of our father Abraham which he had before he was circumcised.
(13) Sebab bukan karena hukum Taurat telah diberikan janji kepada Abraham dan keturunannya, bahwa ia akan memiliki dunia, tetapi karena kebenaran, berdasarkan iman.
(13) 하나님께서 아브라함과 그의 후손에게 그들이 세상을 물려받을 상속자가 되리라고 하신 약속은 율법을 통해 온 것이 아니라, 믿음으로 인한 의를 통해 주신 약속입니다.
(13) For the promise to Abraham or to his descendants that he would be heir of the world was not through [observing the requirements of] the Law, but through the righteousness of faith.
(14) Sebab jika mereka yang mengharapkannya dari hukum Taurat, menerima bagian yang dijanjikan Allah, maka sia-sialah iman dan batallah janji itu.
(14) 만일 율법을 지키는 사람이 상속자가 된다면, 믿음은 쓸모가 없어지고 약속도 무용지물이 되고 말 것입니다.
(14) If those who are [followers] of the Law are [the true] heirs [of Abraham], then faith [leading to salvation] is of no effect and void, and the promise [of God] is nullified.
(15) Karena hukum Taurat membangkitkan murka, tetapi di mana tidak ada hukum Taurat, di situ tidak ada juga pelanggaran.
(15) 율법은 하나님의 진노를 야기하지만, 율법이 없다면 율법을 범하는 일도 없을 것입니다.
(15) For the Law results in [God's] wrath [against sin], but where there is no law, there is no violation [of it either].
(16) Karena itulah kebenaran berdasarkan iman supaya merupakan kasih karunia, sehingga janji itu berlaku bagi semua keturunan Abraham, bukan hanya bagi mereka yang hidup dari hukum Taurat, tetapi juga bagi mereka yang hidup dari iman Abraham. Sebab Abraham adalah bapa kita semua, --
(16) 그러므로 하나님의 약속은 믿음을 통해 주어집니다. 이렇게 하신 것은 하나님께서 아브라함의 모든 자손에게 약속을 은혜로 주시기 위해서입니다. 모세의 율법 아래 사는 사람뿐만 아니라, 우리 모두의 조상 아브라함처럼 믿음으로 사는 사람들 전부가 아브라함의 자손이 됩니다.
(16) Therefore, [inheriting] the promise depends entirely on faith [that is, confident trust in the unseen God], in order that it may be given as an act of grace [His unmerited favor and mercy], so that the promise will be [legally] guaranteed to all the descendants [of Abraham]—not only for those [Jewish believers] who keep the Law, but also for those [Gentile believers] who share the faith of Abraham, who is the [spiritual] father of us all—
(17) seperti ada tertulis: "Engkau telah Kutetapkan menjadi bapa banyak bangsa" --di hadapan Allah yang kepada-Nya ia percaya, yaitu Allah yang menghidupkan orang mati dan yang menjadikan dengan firman-Nya apa yang tidak ada menjadi ada.
(17) 성경에 “내가 너를 많은 민족의 조상으로 삼았다”고 기록되어 있는 것처럼 아브라함은 그가 믿은 하나님, 곧 죽은 사람도 살리시며 없는 것도 있게 하시는 하나님을 믿었습니다.
(17) (as it is written [in Scripture], "I have made you a father of many nations") in the sight of Him in whom he believed, that is, God who gives life to the dead and calls into being that which does not exist.
(18) Sebab sekalipun tidak ada dasar untuk berharap, namun Abraham berharap juga dan percaya, bahwa ia akan menjadi bapa banyak bangsa, menurut yang telah difirmankan: "Demikianlah banyaknya nanti keturunanmu."
(18) 아브라함은 소망이 전혀 없었지만 하나님께서 “네 자손이 이와 같이 많아질 것이다”라고 말씀하신 대로, 자기가 ‘많은 민족의 조상’이 될 것을 믿고 소망하였습니다.
(18) In hope against hope Abraham believed that he would become a father of many nations, as he had been promised [by God]: "So [numberless] shall your descendants be."
(19) Imannya tidak menjadi lemah, walaupun ia mengetahui, bahwa tubuhnya sudah sangat lemah, karena usianya telah kira-kira seratus tahun, dan bahwa rahim Sara telah tertutup.
(19) 아브라함은 백 살이나 되어 거의 죽은 사람이나 다름없게 되었고, 사라도 나이가 많아 아기를 낳을 수 없다는 것을 알았지만 하나님을 믿는 믿음이 약해지지 않았습니다.
(19) Without becoming weak in faith he considered his own body, now as good as dead [for producing children] since he was about a hundred years old, and [he considered] the deadness of Sarah's womb.
(20) Tetapi terhadap janji Allah ia tidak bimbang karena ketidakpercayaan, malah ia diperkuat dalam imannya dan ia memuliakan Allah,
(20) 그는 하나님의 약속에 대해 불신하거나 의심하지 않고, 오히려 그 약속을 굳게 믿어 하나님께 영광을 돌렸습니다.
(20) But he did not doubt or waver in unbelief concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong and empowered by faith, giving glory to God,
(21) dengan penuh keyakinan, bahwa Allah berkuasa untuk melaksanakan apa yang telah Ia janjikan.
(21) 아브라함은 하나님께서 친히 약속하신 것을 이루실 능력이 있다는 것을 확신했습니다.
(21) being fully convinced that God had the power to do what He had promised.
(22) Karena itu hal ini diperhitungkan kepadanya sebagai kebenaran.
(22) 이것이 바로 하나님께서 “그 믿음을 그의 의로 여기셨다”라고 말씀하신 이유입니다.
(22) Therefore his faith was credited to him as righteousness (right standing with God).
(23) Kata-kata ini, yaitu "hal ini diperhitungkan kepadanya," tidak ditulis untuk Abraham saja,
(23) “그의 의로 여기셨다”는 말은 아브라함만을 위해 기록된 것이 아닙니다.
(23) Now not for his sake alone was it written that it was credited to him,
(24) tetapi ditulis juga untuk kita; sebab kepada kitapun Allah memperhitungkannya, karena kita percaya kepada Dia, yang telah membangkitkan Yesus, Tuhan kita, dari antara orang mati,
(24) 그 말은 우리 주 예수님을 죽은 자 가운데서 다시 살리신 분을 믿음으로 의롭다 함을 얻게 될 우리를 위해서도 기록되었습니다.
(24) but for our sake also—to whom righteousness will be credited, as those who believe in Him who raised Jesus our Lord from the dead—
(25) yaitu Yesus, yang telah diserahkan karena pelanggaran kita dan dibangkitkan karena pembenaran kita.
(25) 예수님은 우리의 죄 때문에 죽임을 당하셨고, 우리를 의롭게 하시려고 다시 살아나셨습니다.
(25) who was betrayed and crucified because of our sins, and was raised [from the dead] because of our justification [our acquittal—absolving us of all sin before God].
Roma / Romans / 로마서
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