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Deuteronomi 1

Àṣẹ láti jáde kúrò ní Horebu

1Wọ̀nyí ni àwọn ọ̀rọ̀ tí Mose sọ fún gbogbo Israẹli ní aginjù, aginjù ìlà-oòrùn Jordani, ni Arabah: ní òdìkejì Ṣufi, ní àárín Parani àti Tofeli, Labani, Haserotu àti Disahabu. (Ọjọ́ mọ́kànlá ni ó gbà láti rin ìrìnàjò láti Horebu dé Kadeṣi-Barnea, bí a bá gba ọ̀nà òkè Seiri.)

Ní ìgbà tí ó pé ogójì ọdún, ní ọjọ́ kìn-ín-ní oṣù kọ́kànlá, Mose sọ ohun gbogbo tí Ọlọ́run pàṣẹ nípa àwọn ọmọ Israẹli fún wọn. Èyí ṣẹlẹ̀ lẹ́yìn ìgbà tí ó ti ṣẹ́gun Sihoni ọba àwọn Amori, tí ó jẹ ọba ní Heṣboni, àti Ogu ọba Baṣani ni ó ṣẹ́gun ní Edrei, ẹni tí ó jẹ ọba ní Aṣtarotu.

Ní ìhà ìlà-oòrùn Jordani tí ó wà nínú ilẹ̀ Moabu ni Mose bẹ̀rẹ̀ sísọ àsọyé òfin wọ̀nyí wí pé:

Olúwa Ọlọ́run wa bá wa sọ̀rọ̀ ní Horebu pé, “Ẹ ti dúró ní orí òkè yìí pẹ́ tó. Ẹ yípadà kí ẹ sì tẹ̀síwájú ní ìrìnàjò yín lọ sí ilẹ̀ òkè àwọn ará Amori: Ẹ tọ gbogbo àwọn ènìyàn tí ó ń gbé Arabah lọ ní aginjù, ní àwọn orí òkè àti pẹ̀tẹ́lẹ̀, ní gúúsù àti ní etí Òkun, lọ sí ilẹ̀ àwọn ará Kenaani àti lọ sí Lebanoni, títí fi dé odò ńlá Eufurate. Wò ó, èmi tí fi ilẹ̀ yí fún un yín: Ẹ wọ inú rẹ̀ lọ kí ẹ sì gba ilẹ̀ náà tí Olúwa ti búra wí pé òun yóò fún àwọn baba yín: fún Abrahamu, Isaaki, àti Jakọbu, àti fún àwọn àrọ́mọdọ́mọ wọn.”

Yíyan àwọn olórí

Mo wí fún un yín nígbà náà pé, “Èmi nìkan kò lè dá ẹrù u yín gbé. 10 Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín ti sọ yín di púpọ̀ lónìí, ẹ̀yin sì ti pọ̀ bí ìràwọ̀ ní ojú ọ̀run. 11 Olúwa Ọlọ́run àwọn baba yín sọ yín di púpọ̀ ní ọ̀nà ẹgbẹ̀rún sí i, kí ó sì bùkún un yín gẹ́gẹ́ bí ó ti ṣèlérí. 12 Báwo ni èmi nìkan ṣe lè máa ru àjàgà àti ìṣòro yín àti èdè-àìyedè yín? 13 Ẹ yan àwọn ọlọ́gbọ́n, olóye àti àwọn ẹni àpọ́nlé, láti inú ẹ̀yà yín kọ̀ọ̀kan, èmi yóò sì fi wọ́n ṣe olórí yín.”

14 Ẹ̀yin sì dá mi lóhùn wí pé, “Ohun tí ìwọ ti gbèrò láti ṣe nì dára.”

15 Bẹ́ẹ̀ ni mo yan olórí àwọn ẹ̀yà yín, àwọn ọlọ́gbọ́n ọkùnrin, ẹni àpọ́nlé, mo sì fi jẹ olórí yín: olórí ẹgbẹẹ̀rún, olórí ọ̀rọ̀ọ̀rún, olórí àràádọ́ta, àti olórí mẹ́wàá mẹ́wàá gẹ́gẹ́ bí àwọn ẹ̀yà yín. 16 Mo sì kìlọ̀ fún àwọn onídàájọ́ yín nígbà náà pé: Ẹ gbọ́ èdè-àìyedè tí ó wà láàrín àwọn ènìyàn an yín kí ẹ sì ṣe ìdájọ́ òdodo, bóyá ẹjọ́ tí ó ṣẹlẹ̀ láàrín Israẹli sí Israẹli ni tàbí láàrín Israẹli kan sí àlejò. 17 Ẹ má sì ṣe ojúsàájú ní ìdájọ́: Ẹ ṣe ìdájọ́ ẹni ńlá àti kékeré bákan náà. Ẹ má ṣe bẹ̀rù ẹnikẹ́ni torí pé ti Ọlọ́run ni ìdájọ́. Ẹjọ́ tí ó bá le jù fún un yín ni kí ẹ mú wá fún mi. Èmi yóò sì gbọ́ ọ. 18 Nígbà náà ni èmi yóò sọ ohun tí ẹ ó ṣe fún un yín.

A rán àwọn Ayọ́lẹ̀wò jáde

19 Nígbà náà ní a gbéra láti Horebu, bí Olúwa Ọlọ́run wa ti pàṣẹ fún wá, a sì la àwọn ilẹ̀ lókè Amori kọjá lọ dé gbogbo aginjù ńlá tí ó ba ni lẹ́rù nì tí ẹ̀yin ti rí, bẹ́ẹ̀ ni a sì dé Kadeṣi-Barnea. 20 Nígbà náà ni mo sọ fún un yín pé, “Ẹ ti dé ilẹ̀ òkè àwọn ará Amori, èyí tí Olúwa Ọlọ́run wa fún wa. 21 Ẹ kíyèsi i, Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín ló ni ilẹ̀ náà. Ẹ lọ kí ẹ sì gba ilẹ̀ náà bí Olúwa Ọlọ́run àwọn baba yín tí sọ fún un yín. Ẹ má bẹ̀rù, Ẹ má sì ṣe fòyà.”

22 Nígbà náà ni gbogbo yín tọ̀ mí wá wí pé, “Jẹ́ kí a yan àwọn ayọ́lẹ̀wò láti yọ́ ilẹ̀ náà wò fún wa, kí wọn sì fún wa ní ìròyìn àwọn ọ̀nà tí a ó gbà àti àwọn ìlú tí a ó bá pàdé.”

23 Èrò náà sì dára lójú mi, torí èyí ni mo ṣe yan àwọn ènìyàn méjìlá nínú yín, ẹnìkan láti inú ẹ̀yà kọ̀ọ̀kan. 24 Wọ́n sì gòkè lọ sí ilẹ̀ òkè náà, wọ́n sì wá sí Àfonífojì Eṣkolu, wọ́n sì yẹ̀ ẹ́ wò. 25 Wọ́n sì mú lára èso ilẹ̀ náà wá fún wa pé, “Ilẹ̀ tí ó dára ni Olúwa Ọlọ́run wa fún wa.”

Ìṣọ̀tẹ̀ sí Olúwa

26 Ṣùgbọ́n ẹ̀yin kò fẹ́ gòkè lọ; ẹ ṣọ̀tẹ̀ sí àṣẹ Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín. 27 Ẹ kùn nínú àgọ́ ọ yín, ẹ sì wí pé, “Olúwa kórìíra wa, torí èyí ló fi mú wa jáde láti Ejibiti láti fi wá lé àwọn ará Amori lọ́wọ́ láti pa wá run. 28 Níbo la ó lọ? Àwọn arákùnrin wa ti kó ìrẹ̀wẹ̀sì bá wa nípa sísọ pé, ‘Àwọn ènìyàn náà lágbára wọ́n sì ga jù wá lọ; àwọn ìlú náà tóbi jọjọ bẹ́ẹ̀ ni odi wọn ga kan ọ̀run. A tilẹ̀ rí àwọn òmíràn (ìran Anaki) níbẹ̀.’ ”

29 Nígbà náà ni mo sọ fún un yín pé, “Ẹ má ṣojo, ẹ kò sì gbọdọ̀ bẹ̀rù wọn. 30 Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín, tí ń ṣáájú yín yóò jà fún un yín; bí ó ti ṣe fún un yín ní Ejibiti lójú ẹ̀yin tìkára yín 31 àti ní aginjù. Níbẹ̀ ni ẹ ti rí i bí Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín ti gbé yín, bí baba ti í gbé ọmọ rẹ̀, ní gbogbo ọ̀nà tí ẹ lọ títí ẹ fi padà dé ibí yìí.”

32 Pẹ̀lú gbogbo èyí tí mo wí, ẹ kò gbẹ́kẹ̀lé Olúwa Ọlọ́run yín, 33 tí ń ṣáájú u yín lọ ní gbogbo ọ̀nà yín, nípa fífi iná ṣe amọ̀nà yín ní òru àti ìkùùkuu ní ọ̀sán, láti fi àwọn ibi tí ẹ lè tẹ̀dó sí hàn yín àti àwọn ọ̀nà tí ẹ ó rìn.

34 Nígbà tí Olúwa gbọ́ ohun tí ẹ sọ, inú bí i, ó sì búra wí pé: 35 “Kò sí ọ̀kan nínú ìran búburú yìí tí yóò dé ilẹ̀ rere tí mo ti búra láti fún àwọn baba ńlá a yín. 36 Bí kò ṣe Kalebu ọmọ Jefunne. Òun ni yóò wọ̀ ọ́. Èmi yóò sì fún òun àti àwọn ìran rẹ̀ ní ilẹ̀ náà tí ó ti fi ẹsẹ̀ rẹ̀ tẹ̀; torí pé ó fi gbogbo ọkàn rẹ̀ tẹ̀lé Olúwa.”

37 Torí i tiyín ni Olúwa fi bínú sí mi wí pé, “Ìwọ náà kì yóò wọ ibẹ̀ bákan náà, 38 ṣùgbọ́n Joṣua ọmọ Nuni tí ń ṣe olùrànlọ́wọ́ rẹ ni yóò wọ ibẹ̀. Mú un, ní ọkàn le torí pé, òun yóò ṣáájú àwọn ọmọ Israẹli láti gba ilẹ̀ náà. 39 Àwọn èwe yín tí ẹ sọ pé wọn yóò kó lẹ́rú. Àwọn ọmọ yín tí ko tí ì mọ rere yàtọ̀ sí búburú ni yóò wọ ilẹ̀ náà. 40 Ṣùgbọ́n ẹ̀yin, ẹ yí padà sí aginjù tí ó wà ní ọ̀nà tí ó lọ sí Òkun pupa.”

41 Nígbà náà ni ẹ fèsì wí pé, “Àwa ti ṣẹ̀ sí Olúwa. A ó sì gòkè lọ láti jà, gẹ́gẹ́ bí Olúwa Ọlọ́run wa ti pàṣẹ fún wa.” Torí náà gbogbo yín ẹ mú ohun ìjà a yín, ẹ rò pé ó rọrùn láti gòkè lọ sí àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè olókè náà.

42 Ṣùgbọ́n Olúwa sọ fún mi pé, “Sọ fún wọn, ‘Ẹ má ṣe gòkè lọ láti jà torí pé èmi kì yóò wà pẹ̀lú u yín. Àwọn ọ̀tá a yín yóò sì ṣẹ́gun yín.’ ”

43 Bẹ́ẹ̀ ni mo sọ fún yín, ẹ̀yin kò sì gbọ́, ẹ̀yin ṣọ̀tẹ̀ sí òfin Olúwa, pẹ̀lú ìgbéraga yín, ẹ gòkè lọ sí ìlú olókè náà. 44 Àwọn ará Amori tí ń gbé ní àwọn òkè náà, dojúkọ yín bí àgbájọpọ̀ oyin. Wọ́n sì lù yín bolẹ̀ láti Seiri títí dé Horma. 45 Ẹ padà, ẹ sì sọkún níwájú Olúwa, òun kò sì fetí sí igbe ẹkún yín, Ó sì kọ etí dídi sí i yín. 46 Báyìí ni ẹ sì dúró ní Kadeṣi fún ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ ọjọ́ gẹ́gẹ́ bí ẹ̀yin ti ṣe.

Amplified Bible

Deuteronomy 1

Israel’s History after the Exodus

1These are the words which Moses spoke to all [a]Israel [while they were still] beyond [that is, on the east side of] the Jordan [River] in the wilderness [across from Jerusalem], in the Arabah [the long, deep valley running north and south from the eastern arm of the Red Sea to beyond the Dead Sea] opposite Suph, between Paran and Tophel and Laban and Hazeroth and Dizahab (place of gold). It is [only] eleven days’ journey from Horeb (Mount Sinai) by way of Mount Seir to Kadesh-barnea [on Canaan’s border; yet Israel [b]wandered in the wilderness for forty years before crossing the border and entering Canaan, the promised land]. In the fortieth year, on the first day of the eleventh month, Moses spoke to the children of Israel in accordance with all that the Lord had commanded him to say to them, after he had defeated Sihon the king of the Amorites, who lived in Heshbon, and Og the king of Bashan, who lived at Ashtaroth in Edrei. Beyond (east of) the Jordan in the [c]land of Moab, Moses began to explain this law, saying,

“The Lord our God spoke to us at Horeb, saying, ‘You have stayed long enough on this mountain. Turn and resume your journey, and go to the hill country of the Amorites, and to all their neighbors in the Arabah, in the hill country and in the lowland (the Shephelah), in the Negev (South country) and on the coast of the [Mediterranean] Sea, the land of the Canaanites, and Lebanon, as far as the great river, the river Euphrates. Look, I have set the land before you; go in and take possession of the land which the Lord swore (solemnly promised) to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give to them and to their descendants after them.’

“I spoke to you at that time, saying, ‘I am not able to bear the burden of you alone. 10 The Lord your God has multiplied you, and look, today you are as numerous as the stars of heaven. 11 May the Lord, the God of your fathers, add to you a thousand times as many as you are and bless you, just as He has promised you! 12 How can I alone bear the weight and pressure and burden of you and your strife (contention) and complaining? 13 Choose for yourselves wise, understanding, experienced, and respected men from your tribes, and I will appoint them as heads (leaders) over you.’ 14 And you answered me, ‘The thing which you have said to do is good.’ 15 So I took the leaders of your tribes, wise and experienced men, and made them leaders over you, commanders of thousands, and hundreds, and fifties, and tens, and officers (administrators) for your tribes.

16 “Then I commanded your judges at that time, saying, ‘Hear the matters between your brothers [your fellow countrymen], and judge righteously and fairly between a man and his brother, or the stranger (resident alien, foreigner) who is with him. 17 You shall not [d]show partiality in judgment; you shall hear and pay attention to the [cases of the] least [important] as well as the great. You shall not [e]fear man, for the judgment is God’s. The case that is too hard for you [to judge], you shall bring to me, and I will hear it.’ 18 I commanded you at that time [regarding] all the things that you should do.

19 “Then we set out from Horeb (Sinai), and went through all that great and terrible wilderness which you saw on the way to the hill country of the [f]Amorites, just as the Lord our God commanded us; and we came to Kadesh-barnea. 20 And I said to you, ‘You have come to the hill country of the Amorites which the Lord our God is about to give us. 21 Behold, the Lord your God has set the land before you; go up and take possession of it, just as the Lord, the God of your fathers, has spoken to you. Do not fear or be dismayed.’

22 “Then all of you approached me and said, ‘Let us send men [into the land] before us, so that they may explore and search the area for us, and bring back to us word regarding the way we should go, and the cities we should enter.’ 23 The plan pleased me and I took twelve of your men, one man from each tribe. 24 They turned and went up into the hill country, and came to the Valley of Eshcol and spied it out. 25 Then they took some of the fruit of the land in their hands and brought it down to us; and they reported back to us, and said, ‘It is a good land which the Lord our God is about to give us.’

26 “Yet you were not willing to go up [to take possession of it], but rebelled against the command of the Lord your God. 27 You murmured and were ill-tempered (discontented) in your tents, and said, ‘Because the Lord hates us He has brought us from the land of Egypt to hand us over to the Amorites to destroy us. 28 Where can we go up? Our brothers (spies) have made our hearts melt [in fear] and demoralized us by saying, “The people are bigger and taller than we; the cities are large, and fortified [all the way up] to heaven. And besides, we saw the [giant-like] sons of the Anakim there.”’ 29 Then I said to you, ‘Do not be shocked, nor fear them. 30 The Lord your God who goes before you will fight for you Himself, just as He did for you in Egypt before your [very] eyes, 31 and in the wilderness where you saw how the Lord your God carried and protected you, just as a man carries his son, all along the way which you traveled until you arrived at this place.’ 32 Yet in spite of this word, you did not trust [that is, confidently rely on and believe] the Lord your God, 33 who went before you along the way, in fire by night and in a cloud by day, to seek a place for you to make camp and to show you the way in which you should go.

34 “And the Lord heard the sound of your words, and He was angry and took an oath, saying, 35 ‘Not one of these men, this evil generation, shall see the good land which I swore (solemnly promised) to give to your fathers, 36 except Caleb the son of Jephunneh; he shall see it, and to him and to his children I will give the land on which he has walked, because he has followed the Lord completely [and remained true to Him].’ 37 The Lord was angry with me also because of you, saying, ‘Not even you shall enter Canaan. 38 Joshua the son of Nun, who stands before you, he shall enter there. Encourage and strengthen him, for he shall cause Israel to inherit it. 39 Moreover, your little ones whom you said would become prey, and your sons, who today have no knowledge of good or evil, shall enter Canaan, and I will give it to them and they shall possess it. 40 But as for you, turn around and set out for the wilderness by way of the Red Sea (Sea of Reeds).’

41 “Then you answered and said to me, ‘We have sinned against the Lord. We will go up and fight, just as the Lord our God has commanded us.’ So you [g]equipped every man with weapons of war, and regarded it as easy to go up into the hill country. 42 But the Lord said to me, ‘Say to them, “Do not go up and do not fight, for I am not among you [because of your rebellion]; otherwise you will be [badly] defeated by your enemies.”’ 43 So I spoke to you, but you would not listen. Instead you rebelled against the command of the Lord, and acted presumptuously and went up into the hill country. 44 Then the Amorites who lived in that hill country came out against you and chased you as bees do, and struck you down in Seir as far as Hormah. 45 And you returned and wept before the Lord; but the Lord would not listen to your voice nor pay attention to you. 46 So you stayed in Kadesh; many days you stayed there.

Notas al pie

  1. Deuteronomy 1:1 In general, sons (children) of Israel or Israel or Israelites refers to all the people (males and females) of the various tribes descended from the twelve sons (Gen 35:23-26) of Jacob (later renamed Israel by God). In verses concerning things such as warfare or circumcision sons of Israel or Israel or Israelites usually refers only to the males. Tribes of ancient people were identified by the name of their founding ancestor. Therefore, this same general rule applies when referring to individual tribal groups, e.g. sons of Reuben, Reuben, Reubenites and so throughout.
  2. Deuteronomy 1:2 God punished the children of Israel for their lack of faith (Num 14:1-3), their disobedience, and their worship of false gods at Mount Sinai (Ex 32:1-6; Deut 9:12, 16); however, God also used this time to teach the Israelites, through Moses, exactly what was expected of them once they possessed their promised land.
  3. Deuteronomy 1:5 This area is now part of the modern-day Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. In ancient times it was a strip of mountainous land on the eastern side of the Dead Sea. Moab, forefather of the Moabites, was the son of Lot, through his elder daughter (Gen 19:30-38).
  4. Deuteronomy 1:17 Lit recognize faces.
  5. Deuteronomy 1:17 Lit fear because of the face of.
  6. Deuteronomy 1:19 A tribal people descended from Canaan the son of Ham the son of Noah. The Amorites were so prominent that “Amorite” is sometimes used interchangeably with “Canaanite” to refer to all the people living in Canaan.
  7. Deuteronomy 1:41 Lit girded.