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Habakuku 1

1Àsọtẹ́lẹ̀ tí wòlíì Habakuku rí.

Ìráhùn Habakuku

Olúwa, èmi yóò ti ké pẹ́ tó fún ìrànlọ́wọ́,
    Ṣùgbọ́n ti ìwọ kò ni fetí sí mi?
Tàbí kígbe sí ọ ní ti, “Ìwà ipá!”
    ṣùgbọ́n tí ìwọ kò sì gbàlà?
Èéṣe tí ìwọ fi mú mi rí àìṣedéédéé
    Èéṣe tí ìwọ sì fi ààyè gba ìwà ìkà?
Ìparun àti ìwà ipá wà ní iwájú mi;
    ìjà ń bẹ, ìkọlù sì wà pẹ̀lú.
Nítorí náà, òfin di ohun àìkàsí,
    ìdájọ́ òdodo kò sì borí.
Àwọn ẹni búburú yí àwọn olódodo ká,
    Nítorí náà ni ìdájọ́ òdodo ṣe yí padà.

Ìdáhùn Olúwa

“Ẹ wo inú àwọn kèfèrí, ki ẹ sí wòye,
    Kí háà kí ó sì ṣe yin gidigidi.
Nítorí èmi ó ṣe ohun kan ní ọjọ́ yín
    tí ẹ̀yin kò jẹ́ gbàgbọ́,
    bí a tilẹ̀ sọ fún yin.
Nítorí pé, èmi yóò gbé àwọn ara Babeli dìde,
    àwọn aláìláàánú àti onínú-fùfù ènìyàn
tí ó rin gbogbo ilẹ̀ ayé já
    láti fi agbára gbà àwọn ibùgbé tí kì í ṣe tiwọn.
Wọn jẹ́ ènìyàn ti a bẹ̀rù, tí a sì páyà,
    ìdájọ́ wọn, àti ọláńlá wọn,
    Yóò máa ti inú wọn jáde.
Ẹṣin wọn yára ju ẹkùn lọ,
    wọ́n sì gbóná jú ìkookò àṣálẹ́ lọ
àwọn ẹlẹ́ṣin wọn yóò sí tan ara wọn ká;
    wọn yóò sì wá láti ọ̀nà jíjìn réré,
wọn yóò sí fò bí ẹyẹ igún tí ń wá láti jẹrun
    Gbogbo wọn sì wà fún ìwà ipá
ìwò ojú wọn yóò sì wá síwájú;
    wọn sì ko ìgbèkùn jọ bí iyanrìn.
10 Wọn ó si máa fi àwọn ọba ṣẹ̀sín
    wọn ó sì tún kẹ́gàn àwọn aládé.
Wọn yóò sì fi gbogbo ìlú odi alágbára nì rẹ́rìn-ín;
    Nítorí pé, wọn yóò ko erùpẹ̀ jọ, wọn yóò sì gbà á
11 Nígbà náà ni inú rẹ̀ yóò yípadà,
    yóò sì rékọjá, yóò si ṣẹ̀ ní kíka agbára rẹ̀ yìí sí iṣẹ́ òrìṣà rẹ̀.”

Ìráhùn lẹ́ẹ̀kejì Habakuku

12 Olúwa, ǹjẹ́ láti ayérayé kọ ni ìwọ tí wà?
    Olúwa Ọlọ́run mi. Ẹni mímọ́ mi, àwa kì yóò kú
Olúwa, ìwọ tí yàn wọn fún ìdájọ́;
    Ọlọ́run alágbára, ìwọ tí fi ẹsẹ̀ wọn múlẹ̀ fún ìbáwí
13 Ojú rẹ mọ́ tónítóní láti wo ibi;
    ìwọ kò le gbà ìwà ìkà
nítorí kí ni ìwọ ṣe gba àwọn alárékérekè láààyè?
    Nítorí kí ni ìwọ ṣe dákẹ́ nígbà tí ẹni búburú ń pa
    ẹni tí i ṣe olódodo ju wọn lọ run?
14 Ìwọ sì tí sọ ènìyàn di bí ẹja inú Òkun,
    bí ohun tí ń rákò tí wọn ko ni alákòóso
15 Àwọn ènìyàn búburú fi àwọ̀n wọn gbé wọn sókè
    ó sì kó wọn jọ nínú àwọ̀n ńlá rẹ̀;
    nítorí náà, ó dunnú, ó sì yọ̀ pẹ̀lú.
16 Nítorí náà, ó rú ẹbọ sí àwọ̀n rẹ̀,
    ó sì ń sun tùràrí fún àwọ̀n ńlá rẹ̀
nítorí pẹ̀lú àwọ̀n rẹ̀ ni ó fi ń gbé ní ìgbádùn
    tí ó sì ń gbádùn pẹ̀lú oúnjẹ tí ó bá wù ú.
17 Ǹjẹ́ wọn yóò ha máa pa àwọ̀n wọn mọ́ ní òfìfo bí,
    tí wọn yóò sì pa orílẹ̀-èdè run láìsí àánú?

Amplified Bible

Habakkuk 1

Chaldeans Used to Punish Judah

1The [a]oracle (a burdensome message—a pronouncement from God) which Habakkuk the prophet saw.


O Lord, how long will I call for help
And You will not hear?
I cry out to You, “Violence!”
Yet You do not save.

Why do You make me see iniquity,
And cause me to look on wickedness?
For destruction and violence are before me;
Strife continues and contention arises.

Therefore, the law is ineffective and ignored
And justice is never upheld,
For the wicked surround the righteous;
Therefore, justice becomes perverted.


[The Lord replied,] “Look among the nations! See!
Be astonished! Wonder!
For I am doing something in your days—
You would not believe it if you were told.

“For behold, I am raising up the [b]Chaldeans [who rule in [c]Babylon],
That fierce and impetuous nation
Who march throughout the earth
To take possession of dwelling places that do not belong to them.

“The Chaldeans are dreaded and feared;
Their justice and authority originate with themselves and are defined only by their decree.

“Their horses are swifter than leopards
And keener than [hungry] wolves in the evening,
Their horsemen come galloping,
Their horsemen come from far away;
They fly like an eagle swooping down to devour.

“They all come for violence;
Their horde of faces moves [eagerly] forward,
They gather prisoners like sand.
10 
“They make fun of kings
And rulers are a laughing matter to them.
They ridicule every stronghold
And heap up rubble [for earth mounds] and capture it.
11 
“Then they will sweep by like the wind and pass on.
But they will be held guilty,
They [and all men] whose own power and strength is their god.”

12 
Are You not from everlasting,
O Lord, my God, My Holy One?
We will not die.
O Lord, You have appointed the Chaldeans [who rule in Babylon] to execute [Your] judgment,
And You, O Rock, have established them to correct and chastise.
13 
Your eyes are too pure to approve evil,
And You cannot look favorably on wickedness.
Why then do You look favorably
On those who act treacherously?
Why are you silent when the wicked (Chaldean oppressors) destroy
Those more righteous than they?
14 
Why do You make men like the fish of the sea,
Like reptiles and creeping things that have no ruler [and are helpless against their enemies]?
15 
The Chaldeans bring all of them up with a hook,
And drag them away with a net,
And gather them together in their fishing net;
So they rejoice and are glad.
16 
Therefore, they offer sacrifices to their net
And burn incense to their fishing net;
Because through these things their catch is large and they live luxuriously,
And their food is plentiful.
17 
Will they continue to empty their net
And [mercilessly] go on destroying nations without sparing?

Notas al pie

  1. Habakkuk 1:1 I.e. an urgent message the prophet is under compulsion to proclaim.
  2. Habakkuk 1:6 The Chaldeans were the dominant people in Babylonia. Originally from a small part of southern Babylonia near the head of the Persian Gulf, they were an aggressive tribe and completely controlled the country after 625 b.c. Babylon was their capital city and became the scholarly and scientific center of western Asia. The words “Chaldean” and “Babylonian” are used interchangeably.
  3. Habakkuk 1:6 “Babylon” was the name of the magnificent capital city of Babylonia, and the name of the city was commonly used to refer to the entire area which was located at the eastern end of the Fertile Crescent. Both the plain of Shinar and Chaldea (land of the Chaldeans) were part of ancient Babylonia.