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Mazmur 62 : 5 = (62-6) Hanya pada Allah saja kiranya aku tenang, sebab dari pada-Nyalah harapanku.

Dibawah ini adalah seluruh isi kitab Surat Petrus Yang Pertama 3 (1 Petrus / 1PTR 3 / 1 Peter 3 / 베드로전서 3)

Terjemahan Baru 1974
아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
English Amplified 2015

[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
3:1-7 = Hidup bersama suami isteri
(1) Demikian juga kamu, hai isteri-isteri, tunduklah kepada suamimu, supaya jika ada di antara mereka yang tidak taat kepada Firman, mereka juga tanpa perkataan dimenangkan oleh kelakuan isterinya,
(1) 이와 같이 아내들은 남편에게 순종하십시오. 그러면 하나님을 멀리하고 그 말씀에 귀를 기울이지 않던 남편들도 아내의 순종하는 모습에 의해 하나님을 믿게 될 것입니다. 억지로 설득하려는 백 마디 말보다 온전한 행동이 남편을 감동시킬 것입니다.
(1) {Godly Living}In the same way, you wives, be submissive to your own husbands [subordinate, not as inferior, but out of respect for the responsibilities entrusted to husbands and their accountability to God, and so partnering with them] so that even if some do not obey the word [of God], they may be won over [to Christ] without discussion by the godly lives of their wives,
(2) jika mereka melihat, bagaimana murni dan salehnya hidup isteri mereka itu.
(2) 남편들은 여러분이 하나님을 경외하며 깨끗하게 살아가는 것을 지켜 보고 있습니다.
(2) when they see your modest and respectful behavior [together with your devotion and appreciation—love your husband, encourage him, and enjoy him as a blessing from God].
(3) Perhiasanmu janganlah secara lahiriah, yaitu dengan mengepang-ngepang rambut, memakai perhiasan emas atau dengan mengenakan pakaian yang indah-indah,
(3) 화려한 옷이나 보석을 걸치거나, 머리 치장을 한다고 여러분이 아름답게 보이는 것은 아닙니다.
(3) Your adornment must not be merely external—with interweaving and elaborate knotting of the hair, and wearing gold jewelry, or [being superficially preoccupied with] dressing in expensive clothes;
(4) tetapi perhiasanmu ialah manusia batiniah yang tersembunyi dengan perhiasan yang tidak binasa yang berasal dari roh yang lemah lembut dan tenteram, yang sangat berharga di mata Allah.
(4) 진정한 아름다움은 내면의 아름다움에서 나오는 것입니다. 온유하고 정숙한 마음을 가진 사람이 정말 아름다운 사람입니다. 이러한 아름다움은 없어지지도 않으며, 하나님께서도 귀하게 보시는 것입니다.
(4) but let it be [the inner beauty of] the hidden person of the heart, with the imperishable quality and unfading charm of a gentle and peaceful spirit, [one that is calm and self-controlled, not overanxious, but serene and spiritually mature] which is very precious in the sight of God.
(5) Sebab demikianlah caranya perempuan-perempuan kudus dahulu berdandan, yaitu perempuan-perempuan yang menaruh pengharapannya kepada Allah; mereka tunduk kepada suaminya,
(5) 전에 하나님을 경외하며 순종했던 믿음의 여인들이 이러했습니다. 그들은 외모보다 내면을 아름답게 꾸몄고, 남편의 권위에 순종하였습니다.
(5) For in this way in former times the holy women, who hoped in God, used to adorn themselves, being submissive to their own husbands and adapting themselves to them;
(6) sama seperti Sara taat kepada Abraham dan menamai dia tuannya. Dan kamu adalah anak-anaknya, jika kamu berbuat baik dan tidak takut akan ancaman.
(6) 아브라함의 아내 사라는 남편을 주인이라 부르며 복종했습니다. 여러분도 바르게 행동하고 두려워할 것이 없으면, 사라처럼 아름다운 그녀의 후손이 될 것입니다.
(6) just as Sarah obeyed Abraham [following him and having regard for him as head of their house], calling him lord. And you have become her daughters if you do what is right without being frightened by any fear [that is, being respectful toward your husband but not giving in to intimidation, nor allowing yourself to be led into sin, nor to be harmed].
(7) Demikian juga kamu, hai suami-suami, hiduplah bijaksana dengan isterimu, sebagai kaum yang lebih lemah! Hormatilah mereka sebagai teman pewaris dari kasih karunia, yaitu kehidupan, supaya doamu jangan terhalang.
(7) 마찬가지로 남편들도 아내를 잘 이해하고 돌보아 주며 살아가십시오. 아내를 존중해 주시기 바랍니다. 아내는 남편인 여러분보다 더 연약합니다. 그러나 하나님께서는 여러분에게 주시는 것과 똑같은 은혜인 참생명을 아내들에게도 주셨습니다. 아내를 소중히 대함으로써 여러분의 기도가 막히지 않도록 하십시오.
(7) In the same way, you husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way [with great gentleness and tact, and with an intelligent regard for the marriage relationship], as with someone physically weaker, since she is a woman. Show her honor and respect as a fellow heir of the grace of life, so that your prayers will not be hindered or ineffective.
3:8-12 = Kasih dan damai
(8) Dan akhirnya, hendaklah kamu semua seia sekata, seperasaan, mengasihi saudara-saudara, penyayang dan rendah hati,
(8) 마지막으로 여러분 모두에게 부탁합니다. 서로를 이해하고, 한 형제처럼 사랑하며, 한 마음으로 서로 따뜻이 대하며, 겸손하십시오.
(8) Finally, all of you be like-minded [united in spirit], sympathetic, brotherly, kindhearted [courteous and compassionate toward each other as members of one household], and humble in spirit;
(9) dan janganlah membalas kejahatan dengan kejahatan, atau caci maki dengan caci maki, tetapi sebaliknya, hendaklah kamu memberkati, karena untuk itulah kamu dipanggil, yaitu untuk memperoleh berkat. Sebab:
(9) 해를 입었다고 도로 보복하지 말며, 욕을 먹었다고 그 사람을 욕하지 마십시오. 오히려 그 삶을 축복해 주십시오. 이것은 여러분 자신이 축복받는 인생을 누리도록 부르심을 받았기 때문입니다.
(9) and never return evil for evil or insult for insult [avoid scolding, berating, and any kind of abuse], but on the contrary, give a blessing [pray for one another's well-being, contentment, and protection]; for you have been called for this very purpose, that you might inherit a blessing [from God that brings well-being, happiness, and protection].
(10) Siapa yang mau mencintai hidup dan mau melihat hari-hari baik, ia harus menjaga lidahnya terhadap yang jahat dan bibirnya terhadap ucapan-ucapan yang menipu.
(10) 성경에도 이렇게 기록되어 있습니다. “행복한 나날을 보내며, 인생을 즐겁게 살기 원하는 사람은 악한 말과 거짓말을 해서는 안 됩니다.
(10) For, "The one who wants to enjoy life and see good days [good—whether apparent or not], Must keep his tongue free from evil and his lips from speaking guile (treachery, deceit).
(11) Ia harus menjauhi yang jahat dan melakukan yang baik, ia harus mencari perdamaian dan berusaha mendapatkannya.
(11) 악한 행동을 그치고 선한 일을 하며, 평화를 찾고 그것을 위해 힘써 일해야 합니다.
(11) "He must turn away from wickedness and do what is right. He must search for peace [with God, with self, with others] and pursue it eagerly [actively—not merely desiring it].
(12) Sebab mata Tuhan tertuju kepada orang-orang benar, dan telinga-Nya kepada permohonan mereka yang minta tolong, tetapi wajah Tuhan menentang orang-orang yang berbuat jahat."
(12) 주님은 선한 사람을 찾으시고 그들의 기도에 귀를 기울이시지만, 악한 일을 하는 자는 멀리하십니다.”
(12) "For the eyes of the Lord are [looking favorably] upon the righteous (the upright), And His ears are attentive to their prayer (eager to answer), But the face of the Lord is against those who practice evil."
3:13 - 4:6 = Menderita dengan sabar
(13) Dan siapakah yang akan berbuat jahat terhadap kamu, jika kamu rajin berbuat baik?
(13) 만약 여러분이 늘 선한 일을 하고자 애쓴다면, 아무도 여러분을 해치지 못할 것입니다.
(13) Now who is there to hurt you if you become enthusiastic for what is good?
(14) Tetapi sekalipun kamu harus menderita juga karena kebenaran, kamu akan berbahagia. Sebab itu janganlah kamu takuti apa yang mereka takuti dan janganlah gentar.
(14) 때로는 옳은 일을 함으로 고난을 받을 때도 있을 것입니다. 하지만 하나님께서는 그러한 순간에 여러분에게 복을 주실 것입니다. 사람들이 두려워하는 것을 두려워하지 말며, 겁내지 마십시오.
(14) But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness [though it is not certain that you will], you are still blessed [happy, to be admired and favored by God]. Do not be afraid of their intimidating threats, nor be troubled or disturbed [by their opposition].
(15) Tetapi kuduskanlah Kristus di dalam hatimu sebagai Tuhan! Dan siap sedialah pada segala waktu untuk memberi pertanggungan jawab kepada tiap-tiap orang yang meminta pertanggungan jawab dari kamu tentang pengharapan yang ada padamu, tetapi haruslah dengan lemah lembut dan hormat,
(15) 마음속에 그리스도만 거룩한 주님으로 모십시오. 여러분이 가지고 있는 소망에 관해 묻는 사람들에게 대답할 말을 준비해 두십시오.
(15) But in your hearts set Christ apart [as holy—acknowledging Him, giving Him first place in your lives] as Lord. Always be ready to give a [logical] defense to anyone who asks you to account for the hope and confident assurance [elicited by faith] that is within you, yet [do it] with gentleness and respect.
(16) dan dengan hati nurani yang murni, supaya mereka, yang memfitnah kamu karena hidupmu yang saleh dalam Kristus, menjadi malu karena fitnahan mereka itu.
(16) 그들에게 공손하고 친절한 태도로 그것을 설명해 주십시오. 늘 바르게 살아가십시오. 그러면 그리스도 안에서 선하게 살아가는 여러분을 헐뜯는 사람들이 도리어 부끄러움을 느낄 것입니다.
(16) And see to it that your conscience is entirely clear, so that every time you are slandered or falsely accused, those who attack or disparage your good behavior in Christ will be shamed [by their own words].
(17) Sebab lebih baik menderita karena berbuat baik, jika hal itu dikehendaki Allah, dari pada menderita karena berbuat jahat.
(17) 악한 일보다 선한 일을 하다가 고난을 받는 것이 더 낫지 않겠습니까? 선한 일을 하다 고난을 받더라도 그것이 하나님의 뜻이라면 더 나은 것입니다.
(17) For it is better that you suffer [unjustly] for doing what is right, if that should be God's will, than [to suffer justly] for doing wrong.
(18) Sebab juga Kristus telah mati sekali untuk segala dosa kita, Ia yang benar untuk orang-orang yang tidak benar, supaya Ia membawa kita kepada Allah; Ia, yang telah dibunuh dalam keadaan-Nya sebagai manusia, tetapi yang telah dibangkitkan menurut Roh,
(18) 그리스도께서는 여러분을 위해 죽으셨습니다. 그리고 그 한 번의 죽으심으로 여러분의 모든 죄를 담당하셨습니다. 죄가 없는 분이시지만 죄인을 대신하여 돌아가셨던 것입니다. 그것은 여러분 모두를 하나님께로 인도하기 위함이었습니다. 육체는 죽었지만 성령 안에서 다시 살아나셔서,
(18) For indeed Christ died for sins once for all, the Just and Righteous for the unjust and unrighteous [the Innocent for the guilty] so that He might bring us to God, having been put to death in the flesh, but made alive in the Spirit;
(19) dan di dalam Roh itu juga Ia pergi memberitakan Injil kepada roh-roh yang di dalam penjara,
(19) 갇혀 있는 영혼을 찾아가 말씀을 전하셨습니다.
(19) in which He also went and preached to the spirits now in prison,
(20) yaitu kepada roh-roh mereka yang dahulu pada waktu Nuh tidak taat kepada Allah, ketika Allah tetap menanti dengan sabar waktu Nuh sedang mempersiapkan bahteranya, di mana hanya sedikit, yaitu delapan orang, yang diselamatkan oleh air bah itu.
(20) 그들은 오래 전, 노아 시대에 하나님께 불순종했던 사람들입니다. 하나님께서는 노아가 방주를 다 짓기까지 오랫동안 그들의 악한 행동을 참으셨습니다. 그 홍수에서는 오직 여덟 명만이 구원함을 받았습니다.
(20) who once were disobedient, when the great patience of God was waiting in the days of Noah, during the building of the ark, in which a few, that is, eight persons [Noah's family], were brought safely through the water.
(21) Juga kamu sekarang diselamatkan oleh kiasannya, yaitu baptisan--maksudnya bukan untuk membersihkan kenajisan jasmani, melainkan untuk memohonkan hati nurani yang baik kepada Allah--oleh kebangkitan Yesus Kristus,
(21) 그 홍수는 이제 여러분을 구원하는 세례와 같은 것입니다. 몸을 깨끗하게 씻는 것이 아니라 선한 마음으로 하나님께 내 삶을 드리며 정결하게 살기를 약속하는 것입니다. 바로 이것을 위해 예수 그리스도께서 죽음에서 부활하셨습니다.
(21) Corresponding to that [rescue through the flood], baptism [which is an expression of a believer's new life in Christ] now saves you, not by removing dirt from the body, but by an appeal to God for a good (clear) conscience, [demonstrating what you believe to be yours] through the resurrection of Jesus Christ,
(22) yang duduk di sebelah kanan Allah, setelah Ia naik ke sorga sesudah segala malaikat, kuasa dan kekuatan ditaklukkan kepada-Nya.
(22) 지금 그리스도께서는 하늘에 올라가셔서 하나님의 오른편에 앉아 계시며, 모든 천사와 권세와 능력을 다스리고 계십니다.
(22) who has gone into heaven and is at the right hand of God [that is, the place of honor and authority], with [all] angels and authorities and powers made subservient to Him.
1 Petrus (1 Peter) (베드로전서)
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