Johanu onítẹ̀bọmi tún ọ̀nà ṣe sílẹ̀
1Ìbẹ̀rẹ̀ ìhìnrere nípa Jesu Kristi, Ọmọ Ọlọ́run.
2 Gẹ́gẹ́ bí a ti kọ ọ́ nínú ìwé wòlíì Isaiah pé:
“Èmi yóò ran oníṣẹ́ mi síwájú rẹ,
Ẹni tí yóò tún ọ̀nà rẹ ṣe.”
3 “Ohùn ẹni tí ń kígbe ní ijù,
‘Ẹ tún ọ̀nà Olúwa ṣe,
ẹ ṣe ojú ọ̀nà rẹ̀ kí ó tọ́.’ ”
4 Johanu dé, ẹni tí ó ń tẹnibọmi ní aginjù, tí ó sì ń wàásù ìtẹ̀bọmi ìrònúpìwàdà fún ìdáríjì ẹ̀ṣẹ̀. 5 Gbogbo àwọn tí ń gbé ní agbègbè Judea, àti gbogbo ènìyàn Jerusalẹmu jáde tọ̀ ọ́ lọ, a sì ti ọwọ́ rẹ̀ tẹ gbogbo wọn bọ omi ni odò Jordani, wọ́n ń jẹ́wọ́ ẹ̀ṣẹ̀ wọn. 6 Johanu sì wọ aṣọ irun ìbákasẹ. Ó sì di àmùrè awọ mọ́ ẹ̀gbẹ́ rẹ̀. Eṣú àti oyin ìgàn sì ni oúnjẹ rẹ̀. 7 Ó sì bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí í wàásù wí pé, “Ẹnìkan tí ó tóbi jù mí lọ ń bọ̀ lẹ́yìn mi, okùn bàtà ẹsẹ̀ ẹni tí èmi kò tó ẹni tí ń tú. 8 Èmi ń fi omi ṣe ìtẹ̀bọmi yín, ṣùgbọ́n Òun yóò fi Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ ṣe ìtẹ̀bọmi yín.”
Ìtẹ̀bọmi àti ìdánwò Jesu
9 Ó sì ṣe ní ọjọ́ kan Jesu ti Nasareti ti Galili jáde wá, a sì ti ọwọ́ Johanu ṣe ìtẹ̀bọmi fún ní odò Jordani. 10 Lẹ́sẹ̀kẹsẹ̀ tí Jesu ń ti inú omi jáde wá, ó rí ọ̀run tí ó ṣí sílẹ̀, Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ bí àdàbà sọ̀kalẹ̀ lé e lórí. 11 Ohùn kan sì ti ọ̀run wá wí pé, “Ìwọ ni àyànfẹ́ Ọmọ mi, ẹni tí inú mi dùn sí gidigidi.”
12 Lẹ́sẹ̀kan náà, Ẹ̀mí Mímọ́ sì darí Jesu sí ijù, 13 Ó sì wà ní ogójì ọjọ́ ní aginjù. A sì ti ọwọ́ Satani dán an wò, ó sì wà pẹ̀lú àwọn ẹranko ìgbẹ́. Àwọn angẹli sì ń ṣe ìránṣẹ́ fún un.
Pípe àwọn ọmọ-ẹ̀yìn àkọ́kọ́
14 Lẹ́yìn ìgbà tí ọba Herodu ti fi Johanu sínú ẹ̀wọ̀n tan, Jesu lọ sí Galili, ó ń wàásù ìhìnrere ti ìjọba Ọlọ́run. 15 Ó sì kéde wí pé, “Àkókò náà dé wàyí, ìjọba Ọlọ́run kù sí dẹ̀dẹ̀. Ẹ yípadà kúrò nínú ẹ̀ṣẹ̀ yín, kí ẹ sì gba ìhìnrere yìí gbọ́.”
16 Ní ọjọ́ kan, bí Jesu ti ń rìn létí Òkun Galili, Ó rí Simoni àti Anderu arákùnrin rẹ̀, wọ́n ń fi àwọ̀n wọn pẹja torí pé apẹja ni wọ́n. 17 Jesu sì ké sí wọn wí pé, “Ẹ máa tọ̀ mí lẹ́yìn. Èmi yóò sì sọ yín di apẹja ènìyàn.” 18 Ní kánkán wọ́n fi àwọ̀n wọn sílẹ̀, wọ́n sì tọ̀ Ọ́ lẹ́yìn.
19 Bí Ó sì ti rìn síwájú díẹ̀, ní etí Òkun, Ó rí Jakọbu ọmọ Sebede àti Johanu arákùnrin rẹ̀ nínú ọkọ̀, wọ́n ń tún àwọ̀n wọn ṣe. 20 Ó sì ké sí àwọn náà lẹ́sẹ̀kẹsẹ̀, wọ́n fi Sebede baba wọn sílẹ̀ nínú ọkọ̀ pẹ̀lú àwọn alágbàṣe, wọ́n sì tọ̀ ọ́ lẹ́yìn.
Jesu lé ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ jáde
21 Lẹ́yìn náà, Jesu àti àwọn ọmọ-ẹ̀yìn rẹ̀ wọ ìlú Kapernaumu, nígbà tí ó di òwúrọ̀ ọjọ́ ìsinmi, ó lọ sínú Sinagọgu, ó sì ń kọ́ni. 22 Ẹnu sì ya ìjọ ènìyàn nítorí ìkọ́ni rẹ̀, nítorí pé ó ń kọ́ni bí ẹni tí ó ní àṣẹ, kì í ṣe bí àwọn olùkọ́ òfin ṣe ń kọ́ àwọn ènìyàn. 23 Ní àsìkò náà gan an ni ọkùnrin kan tí ó wà nínú Sinagọgu wọn, tí ó ní ẹ̀mí àìmọ́, bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí í kígbe wí pé, 24 “Kí ni ìwọ ń wá lọ́dọ̀ wa, Jesu ti Nasareti? Ṣé ìwọ wá láti pa wá run ni? Èmí mọ ẹni tí ìwọ í ṣe; Ìwọ ní ẹni Mímọ́ Ọlọ́run!”
25 Jesu si bá a wí, ó wí pé, “Pa ẹnu rẹ mọ́, kí ó sì jáde kúrò lára rẹ̀.” 26 Ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ náà sì gbé e ṣánlẹ̀ lógèdèǹgbé, ó ké ní ohùn rara, ó sì jáde kúrò lára ọkùnrin náà.
27 Ẹnu sì ya àwọn ènìyàn, tó bẹ́ẹ̀ tí wọ́n fi ń sọ láàrín ara wọn ohun tí ó ti ṣẹlẹ̀. Wọ́n béèrè pẹ̀lú ìgbóná ara, pé, “Kí ni èyí? Irú ẹ̀kọ́ tuntun wo ni èyí? Ó ń fi agbára pàṣẹ fún àwọn ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ pàápàá wọ́n sì gbọ́ tirẹ̀.” 28 Ìròyìn nípa rẹ̀ tàn ká gbogbo agbègbè Galili.
Jesu mú ọ̀pọ̀ ènìyàn láradá
29 Nígbà tí wọn sì jáde kúrò nínú Sinagọgu, wọ́n lọ pẹ̀lú Jakọbu àti Johanu sí ilé Simoni àti Anderu. 30 Ìyá ìyàwó Simoni tí ó dùbúlẹ̀ àìsàn ibà, wọ́n sì sọ fún Jesu nípa rẹ̀. 31 Ó sì tọ̀ ọ́ lọ, ó fà á lọ́wọ́, ó sì gbé e dìde; lójúkan náà ibà náà fi sílẹ̀, ó sì ń ṣe ìránṣẹ́ fún wọn.
32 Nígbà tí ó di àṣálẹ́, tí oòrùn wọ̀, wọ́n gbé gbogbo àwọn aláìsàn àti àwọn tó ni ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ tọ̀ ọ́ wá. 33 Gbogbo ìlú si péjọ ni ẹnu-ọ̀nà. 34 Jesu sì wo ọ̀pọ̀ tí wọ́n ní onírúurú ààrùn sàn. Bákan náà ni ó lé ọ̀pọ̀ ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ jáde, Ṣùgbọ́n kò sì jẹ́ kí àwọn ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ náà kí ó sọ̀rọ̀, nítorí tí wọ́n mọ ẹni tí òun í ṣe.
Jesu ya ara rẹ̀ sọ́tọ̀ láti gbàdúrà
35 Ní kùtùkùtù òwúrọ̀ ọjọ́ kejì, kí ilẹ̀ tó mọ́, Jesu nìkan jáde lọ sí aginjù kan, láti lọ gbàdúrà. 36 Simoni àti àwọn ènìyàn rẹ̀ yòókù lọ láti wá a. 37 Nígbà tí wọ́n sì rí I, wọ́n sọ fún wí pé, “Gbogbo ènìyàn ń wá ọ!”
38 Jesu sì dáhùn wí pé, “Ẹ jẹ́ kí a lọ sí àwọn ìlú mìíràn, kí ń lè wàásù níbẹ̀ pẹ̀lú. Nítorí èyí ni èmi sá à ṣe wá.” 39 Nítorí náà, ó ń kiri gbogbo agbègbè Galili, ó ń wàásù nínú Sinagọgu. Ó sì ń lé àwọn ẹ̀mí àìmọ́ jáde.
Ọkùnrin tí o ní ààrùn ẹ̀tẹ̀
40 Ọkùnrin adẹ́tẹ̀ kan tọ̀ ọ́ wá, ó sì kúnlẹ̀ níwájú rẹ̀. Ó sì bẹ̀bẹ̀ fún ìmúláradá. Ó wí pé, “Bí ìwọ bá fẹ́, ìwọ lè mú mi láradá.”
41 Jesu kún fún àánú, ó na ọwọ́ rẹ̀, ó fi ọwọ́ rẹ̀ bà a, ó wí pé, “Èmí fẹ́. Di mímọ́.” 42 Lójúkan náà ẹ̀tẹ̀ náà fi sílẹ̀ lọ, ọkùnrin náà sì rí ìwòsàn.
43 Jesu sì kìlọ̀ fún un gidigidi 44 Ó wí pé, “Lọ fi ara rẹ̀ hàn àlùfáà Júù fún àyẹ̀wò. Ṣùgbọ́n má ṣe dúró sọ ohunkóhun fún ẹnikẹ́ni ní ọ̀nà. Mú ẹ̀bùn lọ́wọ́, èyí tí Mose pàṣẹ fún adẹ́tẹ̀ tí a mú láradá. Èyí tí í ṣe ẹ̀rí pé, ó ti rí ìwòsàn.” 45 Ṣùgbọ́n ó jáde lọ, ó bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí í pòkìkí, ó ń tan ìròyìn kálẹ̀. Nítorí èyí, Jesu kò sì le wọ ìlú ní gbangba mọ́, ṣùgbọ́n ó wà lẹ́yìn odi ìlú ní aginjù. Síbẹ̀, àwọn ènìyàn tọ̀ ọ́ wá láti ibi gbogbo.
The Preaching of John the Baptist
1The beginning of the [facts regarding the] good news of [a]Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
2 As it is written and forever remains in the [writings of the] prophet Isaiah:
“Behold, I send My messenger ahead of You,
Who will prepare Your way—
A voice of one shouting in the wilderness,
‘Prepare the way of the Lord,
[b]Make His paths straight!’”
4 [c]John the Baptist appeared in the wilderness preaching a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins [that is, requiring a change of one’s old way of thinking, turning away from sin and seeking God and His righteousness]. 5 And all the country of Judea and all the people of Jerusalem were continually going out to him; and they were being baptized by him in the Jordan River, as they confessed their sins. 6 John wore clothing made of camel’s hair and had a [wide] leather [d]band around his waist, and he ate locusts and wild honey. 7 And he was preaching, saying, “After me comes He who is mightier [more powerful, more noble] than I, and I am not worthy to stoop down and untie the straps of His sandals [even as His slave]. 8 As for me, I baptized you [who came to me] with water [only]; but He will baptize you [who truly repent] [e]with the Holy Spirit.”
The Baptism of Jesus
9 In those days Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan. 10 [f]Immediately coming up out of the water, he (John) saw the heavens torn open, and the [g]Spirit like a dove descending on Him (Jesus); 11 and a [h]voice came out of heaven saying: “You are My beloved Son, in You I am well-pleased and delighted!”
12 Immediately the [Holy] Spirit forced Him out into the wilderness. 13 He was in the wilderness forty days being tempted [to do evil] by Satan; and He was with the wild animals, and the angels ministered continually to Him.
Jesus Preaches in Galilee
14 Now after John [the Baptist] was arrested and [i]taken into custody, Jesus went to Galilee, preaching the good news of [the kingdom of] God, 15 and saying, “The [appointed period of] time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent [change your inner self—your old way of thinking, regret past sins, live your life in a way that proves repentance; seek God’s purpose for your life] and believe [with a deep, abiding trust] in the good news [regarding salvation].”
16 As Jesus was walking by the shore of the [j]Sea of Galilee, He saw Simon [Peter] and Simon’s brother, [k]Andrew, casting a net in the sea; for they were fishermen. 17 And Jesus said to them, “[l]Follow Me [as My disciples, accepting Me as your Master and Teacher and walking the same path of life that I walk], and I will make you fishers of men.” 18 Immediately they left their nets and followed Him [becoming His disciples, believing and trusting in Him and following His example]. 19 Going on a little farther, He saw James the son of Zebedee, and his brother John, who were also in the boat mending and cleaning the nets. 20 Immediately Jesus called to them; and they left their father Zebedee in the boat with the hired workers, and went away to follow Him [becoming His disciples, believing and trusting in Him and following His example].
21 They went into Capernaum, and immediately on the Sabbath Jesus went into the synagogue and began to teach. 22 They were completely amazed at His teaching; because He was teaching them as one having [God-given] authority, and not as the scribes. 23 Just then there was a man in their synagogue with an unclean spirit; and he cried out [terribly from the depths of his throat], 24 saying, “[m]What business do You have with us, Jesus of Nazareth? Have You come to destroy us? I know who You are—the Holy One of God!” 25 Jesus rebuked him, saying, “Be quiet (muzzled, silenced), and come out of him!” 26 The unclean spirit threw the man into convulsions, and screeching with a loud voice, came out of him. 27 They were all so amazed that they debated and questioned each other, saying, “What is this? A new teaching with authority! He commands even the unclean spirits (demons), and they obey Him.” 28 Immediately the news about Him spread everywhere throughout the district surrounding Galilee.
Healing the Crowds
29 And immediately they left the synagogue and went into the house of Simon [Peter] and Andrew, accompanied by James and John. 30 Now Simon’s mother-in-law was lying sick with a fever; and immediately they told Him about her. 31 Jesus went to her, and taking her by the hand, raised her up; and the fever left her, and she began to serve them [as her guests].
32 Now when evening came, after the sun had set [and the Sabbath Day had ended, in a steady stream] they were bringing to Him all who were sick and those who were under the power of demons, 33 until the whole city had gathered together at the door. 34 And Jesus healed many who were suffering with various diseases; and He drove out many demons, but would not allow the demons to speak, because they knew Him [recognizing Him as the Son of God].
35 Early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left [the house], and went out to a secluded place, and was praying there. 36 Simon [Peter] and his companions searched [everywhere, looking anxiously] for Him, 37 and they found Him and said, “Everybody is looking for You!” 38 He replied, “Let us go on to the neighboring towns, so I may preach there also; that is why I came [from the Father].” 39 So He went throughout Galilee, preaching [the gospel] in their synagogues and casting out demons.
40 And a leper came to Him, begging Him and falling on his knees before Him, saying, “If You are willing, You are able to make me [n]clean.” 41 Moved with compassion [for his suffering], Jesus reached out with His hand and touched him, and said to him, “I am willing; be cleansed.” 42 The leprosy left him immediately and he was cleansed [completely healed and restored to health]. 43 And Jesus [deeply moved] admonished him sternly and sent him away immediately, 44 saying to him, “See that you tell no one anything [about this]; but go, show yourself to the priest and offer for your purification what Moses commanded, as proof to them [that you are really healed].” 45 But he went out and began to proclaim it freely and to spread the news [of his healing], to such an extent that Jesus could no longer openly enter a city [where He was known], but stayed out in the unpopulated places; yet people were still coming to Him from everywhere.
Notas al pie
- Mark 1:1 Mark’s gospel is believed to be directed primarily to Gentile believers in Rome. Since Gentiles would not necessarily be familiar with the Jewish title Messiah, he emphasizes instead the fact that Jesus is the Son of God.
- Mark 1:3 A ruler or nobleman traveling in the wilderness would have a crew of workmen preparing and clearing the road ahead of him. In spiritual terms, John the Baptist was clearing the way for the arrival of the Messiah by preparing the hearts of his followers.
- Mark 1:4 Considered the last of the Old Testament prophets, John the Baptist was the son of Zecharias (Zechariah) the priest and his wife, Elizabeth. Elizabeth and Mary, the mother of Jesus, were related (Luke 1:36), and Mary may have been with Elizabeth at the time John was born (Luke 1:56). John the Baptist is not to be confused with John the Apostle who, along with his brother James, was among the twelve disciples of Jesus.
- Mark 1:6 This band (sash, girdle) was about six inches wide and had clasps or fasteners in front. It was used to carry personal items such as a dagger, money or other necessary things.
- Mark 1:8 The Greek here can be translated with, in, or by.
- Mark 1:10 Mark uses the word “immediately” almost forty times in his gospel.
- Mark 1:10 The three persons of the Godhead were present: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
- Mark 1:11 See note Matt 3:17.
- Mark 1:14 Cf 6:17 ff.
- Mark 1:16 A fresh water lake about 13 miles long and 7 miles wide, almost 700 feet below sea level and center of a busy fishing industry.
- Mark 1:16 One of the followers of John the Baptist (John 1:40).
- Mark 1:17 The concept of “follow” can represent three separate possibilities: in the early stages of His ministry, (1) walking with Him physically (literally), that is merely being in His presence regardless of personal belief or commitment; (2) accepting and identifying with the salvation He offered; and later on (3) being identified with Him by being subject to the scorn and rejection of unbelievers because of personal belief and commitment to Him.
- Mark 1:24 Lit What to me and to you, originally a Hebrew idiom which does not translate well into English. The idiom is meant to inform the other person that the speaker is not aware of any obligation between them and does not wish to deal with the other person (cf 2 Sam 16:10).
- Mark 1:40 Lepers were ceremonially unclean according to OT law (Lev 13:45, etc.) and were not to come into physical contact with other people. The leper’s request was the same as asking for healing.