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Dibawah ini adalah seluruh isi kitab Surat Yakobus 2 (Yakobus / YAK 2 / James 2 / 야고보서 2)

Terjemahan Baru 1974
아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
English Amplified 2015

[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
2:1-13 = Jangan memandang muka
(1) Saudara-saudaraku, sebagai orang yang beriman kepada Yesus Kristus, Tuhan kita yang mulia, janganlah iman itu kamu amalkan dengan memandang muka.
(1) 사랑하는 형제 여러분, 여러분은 영광스러운 우리 주 예수 그리스도를 믿는 자들입니다. 그러므로 사람들을 차별해서 대하지 말기 바랍니다.
(1) {The Sin of Partiality}My fellow believers, do not practice your faith in our glorious Lord Jesus Christ with an attitude of partiality [toward people—show no favoritism, no prejudice, no snobbery].
(2) Sebab, jika ada seorang masuk ke dalam kumpulanmu dengan memakai cincin emas dan pakaian indah dan datang juga seorang miskin ke situ dengan memakai pakaian buruk,
(2) 만일 한 사람은 좋은 옷에 금반지를 끼고 교회에 나왔고, 또 한 사람은 남루한 옷을 입고 교회에 나왔다고 합시다.
(2) For if a man comes into your meeting place wearing a gold ring and fine clothes, and a poor man in dirty clothes also comes in,
(3) dan kamu menghormati orang yang berpakaian indah itu dan berkata kepadanya: "Silakan tuan duduk di tempat yang baik ini!", sedang kepada orang yang miskin itu kamu berkata: "Berdirilah di sana!" atau: "Duduklah di lantai ini dekat tumpuan kakiku!",
(3) 그 때, 옷을 잘 입은 사람에게는 “이리로 와서 좋은 자리에 앉으십시오”라고 말하고, 가난한 사람에게는 “저기에 서 있든지 내 발 밑에 앉으시오”라고 말한다면,
(3) and you pay special attention to the one who wears the fine clothes, and say to him, "You sit here in this good seat," and you tell the poor man, "You stand over there, or sit down [on the floor] by my footstool,"
(4) bukankah kamu telah membuat pembedaan di dalam hatimu dan bertindak sebagai hakim dengan pikiran yang jahat?
(4) 사람을 차별하고 있는 것이 아니고 무엇이겠습니까? 여러분은 악한 생각으로 사람들을 판단한 것입니다.
(4) have you not discriminated among yourselves, and become judges with wrong motives?
(5) Dengarkanlah, hai saudara-saudara yang kukasihi! Bukankah Allah memilih orang-orang yang dianggap miskin oleh dunia ini untuk menjadi kaya dalam iman dan menjadi ahli waris Kerajaan yang telah dijanjikan-Nya kepada barangsiapa yang mengasihi Dia?
(5) 사랑하는 형제 여러분, 제 말을 잘 들으십시오. 하나님께서는 세상의 가난한 자를 택하여 믿음으로 부하게 하셨습니다. 그리고 자기를 사랑하는 백성에게 약속하신 나라를 주셨습니다.
(5) Listen, my beloved brothers and sisters: has not God chosen the poor of this world to be rich in faith and [as believers to be] heirs of the kingdom which He promised to those who love Him?
(6) Tetapi kamu telah menghinakan orang-orang miskin. Bukankah justru orang-orang kaya yang menindas kamu dan yang menyeret kamu ke pengadilan?
(6) 그런데 여러분은 가난한 사람들을 멸시하고 있습니다. 사실 여러분의 생명을 위협하고 법정으로 끌고 가는 사람들은 부자들인데도 말입니다.
(6) But you [in contrast] have dishonored the poor man. Is it not the rich who oppress and exploit you, and personally drag you into the courts of law?
(7) Bukankah mereka yang menghujat Nama yang mulia, yang oleh-Nya kamu menjadi milik Allah?
(7) 그들은 여러분의 주인 되신 예수님을 모독하는 자들이기도 합니다.
(7) Do they not blaspheme the precious name [of Christ] by which you are called?
(8) Akan tetapi, jikalau kamu menjalankan hukum utama yang tertulis dalam Kitab Suci: "Kasihilah sesamamu manusia seperti dirimu sendiri", kamu berbuat baik.
(8) 모든 법 위에 우선되는 법이 있습니다. 그 법은 성경에 기록되어 있습니다. “네 이웃을 네 몸과 같이 사랑하라.” 만일 여러분이 이 율법을 지키면, 잘하는 것입니다.
(8) If, however, you are [really] fulfilling the royal law according to the Scripture, "You shall love your neighbor as yourself [that is, if you have an unselfish concern for others and do things for their benefit]" you are doing well.
(9) Tetapi, jikalau kamu memandang muka, kamu berbuat dosa, dan oleh hukum itu menjadi nyata, bahwa kamu melakukan pelanggaran.
(9) 그러나 사람을 차별하여 대한다면 죄를 짓는 것이며, 이 율법에 따라 여러분은 하나님의 법을 어긴 것이 됩니다.
(9) But if you show partiality [prejudice, favoritism], you are committing sin and are convicted by the Law as offenders.
(10) Sebab barangsiapa menuruti seluruh hukum itu, tetapi mengabaikan satu bagian dari padanya, ia bersalah terhadap seluruhnya.
(10) 누구든지 하나님의 율법을 다 지키다가 한 가지 계명을 어기게 되면 율법 전체를 다 어긴 자가 됩니다.
(10) For whoever keeps the whole Law but stumbles in one point, he has become guilty of [breaking] all of it.
(11) Sebab Ia yang mengatakan: "Jangan berzinah", Ia mengatakan juga: "Jangan membunuh". Jadi jika kamu tidak berzinah tetapi membunuh, maka kamu menjadi pelanggar hukum juga.
(11) “간음하지 마라” 하고 말씀하신 하나님께서 “살인하지 마라” 하고 말씀하셨습니다. 그러므로 간음하지 않았다고 해도 살인을 저질렀다면, 율법 전체를 어긴 셈입니다.
(11) For He who said, "Do not commit adultery," also said, "Do not murder." Now if you do not commit adultery, but you murder, you have become guilty of transgressing the [entire] Law.
(12) Berkatalah dan berlakulah seperti orang-orang yang akan dihakimi oleh hukum yang memerdekakan orang.
(12) 여러분은 자유를 주는 법에 의해 심판받을 것입니다. 여러분이 말하고 행동하는 데 있어서 늘 이것을 기억해야 할 것입니다.
(12) Speak and act [consistently] as people who are going to be judged by the law of liberty [that moral law that frees obedient Christians from the bondage of sin].
(13) Sebab penghakiman yang tak berbelas kasihan akan berlaku atas orang yang tidak berbelas kasihan. Tetapi belas kasihan akan menang atas penghakiman.
(13) 다른 사람들에게 자비를 베푸십시오. 그렇지 않으면 하나님께서 여러분을 심판하실 때, 여러분에게도 자비를 베풀지 않으실 것입니다. 자비를 베풀었던 자는 후에 아무 두려움 없이 심판날을 맞이하게 될 것입니다.
(13) For judgment will be merciless to one who has shown no mercy; but [to the one who has shown mercy] mercy triumphs [victoriously] over judgment.
2:14-26 = Iman tanpa perbuatan pada hakekatnya adalah mati
(14) Apakah gunanya, saudara-saudaraku, jika seorang mengatakan, bahwa ia mempunyai iman, padahal ia tidak mempunyai perbuatan? Dapatkah iman itu menyelamatkan dia?
(14) 사랑하는 형제 여러분, 만일 누군가가 믿음이 있다고 하면서 아무 일도 하지 않는다면 그 믿음이 무슨 소용이 있겠습니까? 그 믿음이 그를 구원할 수 있겠습니까?
(14) {Faith and Works}What is the benefit, my fellow believers, if someone claims to have faith but has no [good] works [as evidence]? Can that [kind of] faith save him? [No, a mere claim of faith is not sufficient—genuine faith produces good works.]
(15) Jika seorang saudara atau saudari tidak mempunyai pakaian dan kekurangan makanan sehari-hari,
(15) 그리스도 안에서 한 형제 자매 된 사람이 옷이나 먹을 것이 필요할 때,
(15) If a brother or sister is without [adequate] clothing and lacks [enough] food for each day,
(16) dan seorang dari antara kamu berkata: "Selamat jalan, kenakanlah kain panas dan makanlah sampai kenyang!", tetapi ia tidak memberikan kepadanya apa yang perlu bagi tubuhnya, apakah gunanya itu?
(16) “하나님께서 은혜를 베푸시기를! 몸을 따뜻하게 하고 먹을 것을 좀 많이 드십시오”라고 말하고, 그 사람에게 필요한 것을 주지 않는다면, 그런 말은 아무 도움이 되지 않을 것입니다.
(16) and one of you says to them, "Go in peace [with my blessing], [keep] warm and feed yourselves," but he does not give them the necessities for the body, what good does that do?
(17) Demikian juga halnya dengan iman: Jika iman itu tidak disertai perbuatan, maka iman itu pada hakekatnya adalah mati.
(17) 믿음도 마찬가지입니다. 행동이 따르지 않는 믿음은 죽은 믿음입니다.
(17) So too, faith, if it does not have works [to back it up], is by itself dead [inoperative and ineffective].
(18) Tetapi mungkin ada orang berkata: "Padamu ada iman dan padaku ada perbuatan", aku akan menjawab dia: "Tunjukkanlah kepadaku imanmu itu tanpa perbuatan, dan aku akan menunjukkan kepadamu imanku dari perbuatan-perbuatanku."
(18) 이렇게 말하는 사람도 있을 것입니다. “당신은 믿음이 있고, 나에게는 행동이 있습니다. 행동이 따르지 않는 당신의 믿음을 보여 주십시오. 나는 행동으로 나의 믿음을 보여 주겠습니다.”
(18) But someone may say, "You [claim to] have faith and I have [good] works; show me your [alleged] faith without the works [if you can], and I will show you my faith by my works [that is, by what I do]."
(19) Engkau percaya, bahwa hanya ada satu Allah saja? Itu baik! Tetapi setan-setanpun juga percaya akan hal itu dan mereka gemetar.
(19) 여러분은 하나님이 한 분이신 것을 믿으니 잘하는 일입니다. 귀신들도 그것을 믿으며 두려워서 떱니다.
(19) You believe that God is one; you do well [to believe that]. The demons also believe [that], and shudder and bristle [in awe-filled terror—they have seen His wrath]!
(20) Hai manusia yang bebal, maukah engkau mengakui sekarang, bahwa iman tanpa perbuatan adalah iman yang kosong?
(20) 어리석은 여러분, 행함이 따르지 않는 믿음은 아무 쓸모도 없는 걸 모르시겠습니까?
(20) But are you willing to recognize, you foolish [spiritually shallow] person, that faith without [good] works is useless?
(21) Bukankah Abraham, bapa kita, dibenarkan karena perbuatan-perbuatannya, ketika ia mempersembahkan Ishak, anaknya, di atas mezbah?
(21) 우리 조상 아브라함은 그의 아들 이삭을 제단에 바침으로써, 그가 행한 일로 의롭다 하심을 받았습니다.
(21) Was our father Abraham not [shown to be] justified by works [of obedience which expressed his faith] when he offered Isaac his son on the altar [as a sacrifice to God]?
(22) Kamu lihat, bahwa iman bekerjasama dengan perbuatan-perbuatan dan oleh perbuatan-perbuatan itu iman menjadi sempurna.
(22) 이렇게 그의 믿음에는 행함이 함께 따랐으며, 그의 행동으로 믿음이 완전하게 되었습니다.
(22) You see that [his] faith was working together with his works, and as a result of the works, his faith was completed [reaching its maturity when he expressed his faith through obedience].
(23) Dengan jalan demikian genaplah nas yang mengatakan: "Lalu percayalah Abraham kepada Allah, maka Allah memperhitungkan hal itu kepadanya sebagai kebenaran." Karena itu Abraham disebut: "Sahabat Allah."
(23) “아브라함이 하나님을 믿었고, 하나님께서는 그 믿음을 받으셨으며, 그 믿음으로 하나님께 의롭다 하심을 받았다”라는 성경 말씀의 의미가 무엇인지 이제는 알 수 있을 것입니다. 아브라함은 그후, ‘하나님의 친구’라고 불렸습니다.
(23) And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, "Abraham believed God, and this [faith] was credited to him [by God] as righteousness and as conformity to His will," and he was called the friend of God.
(24) Jadi kamu lihat, bahwa manusia dibenarkan karena perbuatan-perbuatannya dan bukan hanya karena iman.
(24) 그러므로 사람이 행동으로 의롭다 함을 받을 수 있으며 믿음만으로는 의롭다 함을 받을 수 없습니다.
(24) You see that a man (believer) is justified by works and not by faith alone [that is, by acts of obedience a born-again believer reveals his faith].
(25) Dan bukankah demikian juga Rahab, pelacur itu, dibenarkan karena perbuatan-perbuatannya, ketika ia menyembunyikan orang-orang yang disuruh itu di dalam rumahnya, lalu menolong mereka lolos melalui jalan yang lain?
(25) 또 라합의 예를 들 수도 있습니다. 그녀는 기생이었지만, 자신이 한 일로 하나님께 의롭다 함을 받았습니다. 그녀는 이스라엘의 정탐꾼을 그녀의 집에 들여, 다른 길로 도망갈 수 있게 도와 주었습니다.
(25) In the same way, was Rahab the prostitute not justified by works too, when she received the [Hebrew] spies as guests and protected them, and sent them away [to escape] by a different route?
(26) Sebab seperti tubuh tanpa roh adalah mati, demikian jugalah iman tanpa perbuatan-perbuatan adalah mati.
(26) 영혼이 없는 몸이 죽은 것같이, 믿음도 행함이 없으면 죽은 것입니다.
(26) For just as the [human] body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works [of obedience] is also dead.
Yakobus (James) (야고보서)
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