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2 Kronika 1

Solomoni béèrè fún ọgbọ́n

1Solomoni ọmọ Dafidi fìdí ara rẹ̀ múlẹ̀ ṣinṣin lórí ìjọba rẹ̀. Nítorí tí Olúwa Ọlọ́run rẹ̀ wà pẹ̀lú u rẹ̀, ó sì jẹ́ kí ó ga lọ́pọ̀lọpọ̀.

Nígbà náà, Solomoni bá gbogbo Israẹli sọ̀rọ̀ sí àwọn alákòóso ẹgbẹgbẹ̀rún àti àwọn alákòóso ọ̀rọ̀ọ̀rún, sí àwọn adájọ́ àti sí gbogbo àwọn olórí Israẹli, àwọn olórí ìdílé Pẹ̀lú Solomoni, àti gbogbo àpéjọ lọ sí ibi gíga ní Gibeoni, nítorí àgọ́ Ọlọ́run fún pípàdé wà níbẹ̀, tí Mose ìránṣẹ́ Olúwa ti pa ní aginjù. Nísinsin yìí, Dafidi ti gbé àpótí ẹ̀rí Ọlọ́run wá láti Kiriati-Jearimu sí ibi tí ó ti pèsè fún un, nítorí ó ti kọ́ àgọ́ fún un ni Jerusalẹmu. Ṣùgbọ́n pẹpẹ idẹ tí Besaleli ọmọ Uri, ọmọ Huri, ti ṣe wà ní Gibeoni níwájú àgọ́ Olúwa: Bẹ́ẹ̀ ni Solomoni àti gbogbo àpéjọ béèrè lọ́wọ́ rẹ̀ níbẹ̀. Solomoni gòkè lọ sí ibi pẹpẹ idẹ níwájú Olúwa ní ibi àgọ́ ìpàdé, ó sì rú ẹgbẹ̀rún ẹbọ sísun lórí rẹ̀.

Ní òru ọjọ́ náà, Ọlọ́run farahàn Solomoni, ó sì wí fún un pé, “Béèrè fún ohunkóhun tí ìwọ bá fẹ́ kí n fún ọ.”

Solomoni dá Ọlọ́run lóhùn pé, “Ìwọ ti fi àánú ńlá han Dafidi baba mi, ìwọ sì ti fi mí jẹ ọba ní ipò rẹ̀. Nísinsin yìí Olúwa Ọlọ́run, jẹ́ kí ìlérí rẹ sí baba à mi Dafidi wá sí ìmúṣẹ, nítorí ìwọ ti fi mí jẹ ọba lórí àwọn ènìyàn tí ó pọ̀ bí erùpẹ̀ ilẹ̀. 10 Fún mi ní ọgbọ́n àti ìmọ̀, kí èmi kí ó lè máa wọ ilé kí ń sì máa jáde níwájú ènìyàn wọ̀nyí, nítorí ta ni ó le è ṣàkóso àwọn ènìyàn rẹ tí ó pọ̀ yanturu wọ̀nyí?”

11 Ọlọ́run wí fún Solomoni pé, “Níwọ́n ìgbà tí ó jẹ́ pé ìfẹ́ ọkàn rẹ nìyí, tí ìwọ kò sì béèrè, fún ọrọ̀, ọlá tàbí ọ̀wọ̀, tàbí fún ikú àwọn ọ̀tá rẹ, àti nígbà tí ìwọ kò ti béèrè fún ẹ̀mí gígùn, ṣùgbọ́n tí ìwọ béèrè fún ọgbọ́n àti ìmọ̀ láti ṣàkóso àwọn ènìyàn mi tí èmi fi ọ́ jẹ ọba lé lórí, 12 Nítorí náà, ọgbọ́n àti ìmọ̀ ni a ó fi fún ọ, Èmi yóò sì fún ọ ní ọrọ̀, ọlá àti ọ̀wọ̀, irú èyí tí ọba ti ó wà ṣáájú rẹ kò ní, tí àwọn tí ń bọ̀ lẹ́yìn rẹ kò sì ní ní irú rẹ̀.”

13 Nígbà náà ni Solomoni sì ti ibi gíga Gibeoni lọ sí Jerusalẹmu láti iwájú àgọ́ ìpàdé. Ó sì jẹ ọba lórí Israẹli.

14 Solomoni kó kẹ̀kẹ́ àti ẹṣin jọ, ó sì ní ẹgbàáje kẹ̀kẹ́ àti ẹgbàafà ẹlẹ́ṣin, tí ó kó pamọ́ sí ìlú kẹ̀kẹ́ ogun àti pẹ̀lú rẹ̀ ni Jerusalẹmu 15 Ọba náà ṣe fàdákà àti wúrà gẹ́gẹ́ bí ó ti wọ́pọ̀ ní Jerusalẹmu bí òkúta, àti kedari ó pọ̀ bí igi sikamore ní àwọn ẹsẹ̀ òkè. 16 Àwọn ẹṣin Solomoni ní a gbà láti ìlú òkèrè Ejibiti àti láti kún ọ̀gbọ̀ oníṣòwò ti ọba ni gba okun náà ní iye kan. 17 Wọ́n ra kẹ̀kẹ́ kan láti Ejibiti. Fún ọgọ́rùn-ún mẹ́fà ṣékélì (6,000) fàdákà àti ẹṣin kan fún ọgọ́rin-méjì ó-dínláàdọ́ta. Wọ́n ko wọn lọ sọ́dọ̀ àwọn ọba mìíràn ti Hiti àti ti àwọn ará Aramu.

New Living Translation

2 Chronicles 1

Solomon Asks for Wisdom

1Solomon son of David took firm control of his kingdom, for the Lord his God was with him and made him very powerful.

Solomon called together all the leaders of Israel—the generals and captains of the army,[a] the judges, and all the political and clan leaders. Then he led the entire assembly to the place of worship in Gibeon, for God’s Tabernacle[b] was located there. (This was the Tabernacle that Moses, the Lord’s servant, had made in the wilderness.)

David had already moved the Ark of God from Kiriath-jearim to the tent he had prepared for it in Jerusalem. But the bronze altar made by Bezalel son of Uri and grandson of Hur was there[c] at Gibeon in front of the Tabernacle of the Lord. So Solomon and the people gathered in front of it to consult the Lord.[d] There in front of the Tabernacle, Solomon went up to the bronze altar in the Lord’s presence and sacrificed 1,000 burnt offerings on it.

That night God appeared to Solomon and said, “What do you want? Ask, and I will give it to you!”

Solomon replied to God, “You showed great and faithful love to David, my father, and now you have made me king in his place. O Lord God, please continue to keep your promise to David my father, for you have made me king over a people as numerous as the dust of the earth! 10 Give me the wisdom and knowledge to lead them properly,[e] for who could possibly govern this great people of yours?”

11 God said to Solomon, “Because your greatest desire is to help your people, and you did not ask for wealth, riches, fame, or even the death of your enemies or a long life, but rather you asked for wisdom and knowledge to properly govern my people— 12 I will certainly give you the wisdom and knowledge you requested. But I will also give you wealth, riches, and fame such as no other king has had before you or will ever have in the future!”

13 Then Solomon returned to Jerusalem from the Tabernacle at the place of worship in Gibeon, and he reigned over Israel.

14 Solomon built up a huge force of chariots and horses.[f] He had 1,400 chariots and 12,000 horses. He stationed some of them in the chariot cities and some near him in Jerusalem. 15 The king made silver and gold as plentiful in Jerusalem as stone. And valuable cedar timber was as common as the sycamore-fig trees that grow in the foothills of Judah.[g] 16 Solomon’s horses were imported from Egypt[h] and from Cilicia[i]; the king’s traders acquired them from Cilicia at the standard price. 17 At that time chariots from Egypt could be purchased for 600 pieces of silver,[j] and horses for 150 pieces of silver.[k] They were then exported to the kings of the Hittites and the kings of Aram.

Notas al pie

  1. 1:2 Hebrew the commanders of thousands and of hundreds.
  2. 1:3 Hebrew Tent of Meeting; also in 1:6, 13.
  3. 1:5a As in Greek version and Latin Vulgate, and some Hebrew manuscripts; Masoretic Text reads he placed.
  4. 1:5b Hebrew to consult him.
  5. 1:10 Hebrew to go out and come in before this people.
  6. 1:14 Or charioteers; also in 1:14b.
  7. 1:15 Hebrew the Shephelah.
  8. 1:16a Possibly Muzur, a district near Cilicia; also in 1:17.
  9. 1:16b Hebrew Kue, probably another name for Cilicia.
  10. 1:17a Hebrew 600 [shekels] of silver, about 15 pounds or 6.8 kilograms in weight.
  11. 1:17b Hebrew 150 [shekels], about 3.8 pounds or 1.7 kilograms in weight.