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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?

New International Version

Habakkuk 1

1The prophecy that Habakkuk the prophet received.

Habakkuk’s Complaint

How long, Lord, must I call for help,
    but you do not listen?
Or cry out to you, “Violence!”
    but you do not save?
Why do you make me look at injustice?
    Why do you tolerate wrongdoing?
Destruction and violence are before me;
    there is strife, and conflict abounds.
Therefore the law is paralyzed,
    and justice never prevails.
The wicked hem in the righteous,
    so that justice is perverted.

The Lord’s Answer

“Look at the nations and watch—
    and be utterly amazed.
For I am going to do something in your days
    that you would not believe,
    even if you were told.
I am raising up the Babylonians,[a]
    that ruthless and impetuous people,
who sweep across the whole earth
    to seize dwellings not their own.
They are a feared and dreaded people;
    they are a law to themselves
    and promote their own honor.
Their horses are swifter than leopards,
    fiercer than wolves at dusk.
Their cavalry gallops headlong;
    their horsemen come from afar.
They fly like an eagle swooping to devour;
    they all come intent on violence.
Their hordes[b] advance like a desert wind
    and gather prisoners like sand.
10 They mock kings
    and scoff at rulers.
They laugh at all fortified cities;
    by building earthen ramps they capture them.
11 Then they sweep past like the wind and go on—
    guilty people, whose own strength is their god.”

Habakkuk’s Second Complaint

12 Lord, are you not from everlasting?
    My God, my Holy One, you[c] will never die.
You, Lord, have appointed them to execute judgment;
    you, my Rock, have ordained them to punish.
13 Your eyes are too pure to look on evil;
    you cannot tolerate wrongdoing.
Why then do you tolerate the treacherous?
    Why are you silent while the wicked
    swallow up those more righteous than themselves?
14 You have made people like the fish in the sea,
    like the sea creatures that have no ruler.
15 The wicked foe pulls all of them up with hooks,
    he catches them in his net,
he gathers them up in his dragnet;
    and so he rejoices and is glad.
16 Therefore he sacrifices to his net
    and burns incense to his dragnet,
for by his net he lives in luxury
    and enjoys the choicest food.
17 Is he to keep on emptying his net,
    destroying nations without mercy?

Notas al pie

  1. Habakkuk 1:6 Or Chaldeans
  2. Habakkuk 1:9 The meaning of the Hebrew for this word is uncertain.
  3. Habakkuk 1:12 An ancient Hebrew scribal tradition; Masoretic Text we