Bíbélì Mímọ́ Yorùbá Òde Òn

Ìṣe àwọn Aposteli 1

A mú Jesu lọ sí ọ̀run

1Nínú ìwé mi ìṣáájú, Teofilu, ni mo ti kọ ní ti ohun gbogbo tí Jesu bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí ṣe àti kọ́ títí ó fi di ọjọ́ tí a gbà á lọ sókè ọ̀run, lẹ́yìn tí ó ti ti ipa Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ pàṣẹ fún àwọn aposteli tí ó yàn Lẹ́yìn ìjìyà rẹ̀, ó fi ara rẹ̀ hàn fún wọn àti ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ ẹ̀rí tí ó dájú pé òun wà láààyè. Ó fi ara hàn wọ́n fún ogójì ọjọ́, ó sì sọ̀rọ̀ nípa ìjọba Ọlọ́run. Ní àkókò kan bí ó sì ti ń jẹun pẹ̀lú wọn, ó pàṣẹ yìí fún wọn: “Ẹ má ṣe kúrò ní Jerusalẹmu, ṣùgbọ́n ẹ dúró de ìlérí tí Baba mi ṣe ìlérí, èyí tí ẹ̀yin tí gbọ́ lẹ́nu mi. Nítorí Johanu fi omi bamitiisi yín, ṣùgbọ́n ní ọjọ́ díẹ̀ sí i, a o fi Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ bamitiisi yín.”

Nítorí náà, nígbà tí wọ́n sì péjọpọ̀, wọn bi í léèrè pé, “Olúwa, láti ìgbà yí lọ ìwọ yóò ha mú ìjọba padà fún Israẹli bí?”

Ó sì wí fún wọn pé, “Kì í ṣe tiyín ni láti mọ àkókò tàbí ìgbà tí Baba ti yàn nípa àṣẹ òun tìkára rẹ̀. Ṣùgbọ́n ẹ̀yin yóò gba agbára, nígbà tí Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ bá bà lé e yín: ẹ̀yin yóò sì máa ṣe ẹlẹ́rìí mi ni Jerusalẹmu, àti ní gbogbo Judea, àti ní Samaria, àti títí dé òpin ilẹ̀ ayé.”

Nígbà tí ó sì tí wí nǹkan wọ̀nyí, a gbà á sókè lójú wọn; ìkùùkuu àwọsánmọ̀ sì gbà á kúrò lójú wọn.

10 Bí wọ́n sì ti tẹjúmọ́ ojú ọ̀run bí ó ti ń lọ sókè, lójijì, àwọn ọkùnrin méjì tí ó wọ aṣọ funfun dúró létí ọ̀dọ̀ wọn. 11 Wọ́n sì wí pé, “Ẹ̀yin ara Galili, èéṣe tí ẹ̀yin fi dúró tí ẹ̀ ń wo ojú ọ̀run? Jesu yìí, tí a gbà sókè ọ̀run kúrò lọ́wọ́ yín, yóò padà bẹ́ẹ̀ gẹ́gẹ́ bí ẹ ti rí tí ó ń lọ sì ọ̀run.”

A yan Mattia Rọ́pò Judasi

12 Lẹ́yìn náà ni wọ́n padà sí Jerusalẹmu láti orí òkè ti a ń pè ni olifi, tí ó tó ìwọ̀n ìrìn ọjọ́ ìsinmi kan. 13 Nígbà tí wọn sì wọlé, wọn lọ sí iyàrá òkè, níbi tí wọ́n ń gbé. Àwọn tó wà níbẹ̀ ni:

Peteru, Jakọbu, Johanu àti Anderu;

Filipi àti Tomasi;

Bartolomeu àti Matiu;

Jakọbu ọmọ Alfeu, Simoni Sealoti, àti Judasi arákùnrin Jakọbu.

14 Gbogbo àwọn wọ̀nyí pẹ̀lú àwọn obìnrin àti Maria ìyá Jesu àti àwọn arákùnrin rẹ̀ fi ọkàn kan dúró láti máa gbàdúrà.

15 Ní ọjọ́ wọ̀nyí ni Peteru sí dìde dúró láàrín àwọn ọmọ-ẹ̀yìn (iye àwọn ènìyàn wọ̀nyí jẹ́ ọgọ́fà) 16 ó wí pé, “Ẹ̀yin ará, ìwé mímọ́ kò lè ṣe kí ó má ṣẹ, èyí tí Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ ti sọtẹ́lẹ̀ láti ẹnu Dafidi nípa Judasi, tí ó ṣe atọ́nà fún àwọn tí ó mú Jesu: 17 Nítorí ọ̀kan nínú wa ni òun ń ṣe tẹ́lẹ̀, òun sì ní ìpín nínú iṣẹ́ ìránṣẹ́ yìí.”

18 (Judasi fi èrè àìṣòótọ́ rẹ̀ ra ilẹ̀ kan; nígbà tí ó sì ṣubú ni ògèdèǹgbé, ó bẹ́ ní agbede-méjì, gbogbo ìfun rẹ̀ sì tú jáde. 19 Ó si di mí mọ̀ fún gbogbo àwọn ti ń gbé Jerusalẹmu; nítorí náà ni wọ́n fi ń pè ilẹ̀ náà ni Alkedama ní èdè wọn, èyí sì ni, Ilẹ̀ Ẹ̀jẹ̀.)

20 Peteru sì wí pé, “Nítorí a ti kọ ọ́ nípa rẹ̀ nínú Ìwé Saamu pé,

“ ‘Jẹ́ ki ibùgbé rẹ̀ di ahoro,
    kí ẹnikẹ́ni má ṣe gbé inú rẹ̀,’

àti,

“ ‘Ipò rẹ̀ ni kí ẹlòmíràn kí ó gbà.’

21 Nítorí náà, ó di dandan láti yan ọ̀kan nínú àwọn ọkùnrin wọ̀nyí ti ń bá wa rìn ni gbogbo àkókò tí Jesu Olúwa ń wọlé, tí ó sì jáde láàrín wa. 22 Bẹ́ẹ̀ láti ìgbà bamitiisi Johanu títí ó fi di ọjọ́ náà ti a gbe é lọ sókè kúrò lọ́dọ̀ wa. Ó yẹ kí ọ̀kan nínú àwọn wọ̀nyí ṣe ẹlẹ́rìí àjíǹde rẹ̀ pẹ̀lú wa.”

23 Wọn sì yan àwọn méjì, Josẹfu tí a ń pè ní Barsaba, (ẹni tí a sọ àpèlé rẹ̀ ni Justu) àti Mattia. 24 Wọn sì gbàdúrà, wọn sì wí pé, “Olúwa, ìwọ mọ ọkàn gbogbo ènìyàn, fihàn wá nínú àwọn méjì yìí, èwo ni ìwọ yàn 25 kí ó lè gba ipò nínú iṣẹ́ ìránṣẹ́ aposteli yìí, èyí tí Judasi kúrò nínú rẹ̀, ki òun kí ó lè lọ sí ipò ti ara rẹ̀.” 26 Wọ́n sì dìbò fún wọn; ìbò sí mú Mattia; a sì kà á mọ́ àwọn aposteli mọ́kànlá.

Amplified Bible

Acts 1

Introduction

1The first [a]account I made, Theophilus, was [a continuous report] about all the things that Jesus began to do and to [b]teach until the day when He ascended to heaven, after He had by the Holy Spirit given instruction to the apostles (special messengers) whom He had chosen. To these [men] He also showed Himself alive after His suffering [in Gethsemane and on the cross], by [a series of] many infallible proofs and unquestionable demonstrations, appearing to them over a period of forty days and talking to them about the things concerning the kingdom of God. While being together and eating with them, He commanded them not to leave Jerusalem, but to wait for what the Father had promised, “Of which,” He said, “you have heard Me speak. For John baptized with water, but you will be baptized and empowered and united with the Holy Spirit, not long from now.”

So when they had come together, they asked Him repeatedly, “Lord, are You at this time reestablishing the kingdom and restoring it to Israel?” He said to them, “It is not for you to know the times or epochs which the Father has fixed by His own authority. But you will receive power and ability when the Holy Spirit comes upon you; and you will be My witnesses [to tell people about Me] both in Jerusalem and in all Judea, and Samaria, and even to the ends of the earth.”

The Ascension

And after He said these things, He was caught up as they looked on, and a cloud took Him up out of their sight. 10 While they were looking intently into the sky as He was going, two men in white clothing suddenly stood beside them, 11 who said, “Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into the sky? This [same] Jesus, who has been taken up from you into heaven, will return in just the same way as you have watched Him go into heaven.”

The Upper Room

12 Then the disciples returned to Jerusalem from the mount called Olivet (Olive Grove), which is near Jerusalem, [only] a Sabbath day’s journey (less than one mile) away. 13 When they had entered the city, they went upstairs to the upper room where they were staying [indefinitely]; that is, Peter, and John and [his brother] James, and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew (Nathanael) and Matthew, [c]James the son of Alphaeus, and Simon the Zealot, and Judas (Thaddaeus) the son of James. 14 All these with one mind and one purpose were continually devoting themselves to prayer, [waiting together] along with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His brothers.

15 Now on one of these days Peter stood up among the brothers and sisters (a gathering of about a hundred and twenty believers was there) and he said, 16 “Brothers and sisters, it was necessary that the Scripture be fulfilled, which the Holy Spirit foretold by the lips of David [king of Israel] about Judas [Iscariot], who acted as guide to those who arrested Jesus. 17 For he (Judas) was counted among us and received his share [by divine allotment] in this ministry.” 18 (Now Judas Iscariot [d]acquired a piece of land [indirectly] with the [money paid him as a] reward for his treachery, and falling headlong, his body burst open in the middle and all his intestines poured out. 19 All the people in Jerusalem learned about this, so in their own dialect—Aramaic—they called the piece of land Hakeldama, that is, Field of Blood.) 20 “For in the book of Psalms it is written,

Let his place of residence become desolate,
And let there be no one to live in it’;

and [again],

Let another take his position as overseer.’

21 So of the men who have accompanied us during all the time that the Lord Jesus spent with us, 22 beginning with the baptism by John [at the outset of Jesus’ ministry] until the day when He was taken up from us—one of these men must become a witness with us [to testify] of His resurrection.” 23 And they put forward two men, Joseph, the one called Barsabbas (who was surnamed Justus), and Matthias. 24 They prayed and said, “You, Lord, who know all hearts [their thoughts, motives, desires], show us which one of these two You have chosen 25 to occupy this ministry and apostleship which Judas left to go to his own place [of evil].” 26 And they [e]cast lots for them, and the lot fell to Matthias; and he was added to the eleven apostles.

Notas al pie

  1. Acts 1:1 Luke is referring to his gospel.
  2. Acts 1:1 As the gospel tells us what Jesus began to do and teach, so Acts tells what He continued to do and teach by His Holy Spirit (F. F. Bruce).
  3. Acts 1:13 Also known as James the Less or James the Younger. His mother, Mary (Gr Maria), may have been either a sister or sister-in-law of Mary (Gr Mariam), the mother of Jesus.
  4. Acts 1:18 Peter means that the chief priests purchased the field in Judas’ name. He had returned to them with the money, and when they refused to accept it, he threw it into the temple sanctuary (Matt 27:3 ff). Afterwards they decided to buy the field for use as a burial ground for strangers. Peter goes on to say that Judas was disemboweled in a fall, while Matthew reports that Judas hanged himself (Matt 27:5). One explanation for the apparent discrepancy is that the rope or line that Judas was using broke, and the body fell in such a way as to be disemboweled (Matt 27:3 ff).
  5. Acts 1:26 The custom of the Jews was to write the names on stones, place them in a container and shake it until one stone fell out.