Забур 89 CARS - Psalm 89 NIRV

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Песнь 89

1Молитва пророка Мусы.

2Владыка, Ты был для нас прибежищем

из поколения в поколение.

3Прежде чем родились горы

и Ты образовал землю и весь мир,

от века и до века Ты – Бог.

4Ты возвращаешь человека в тление

и говоришь: «Вернитесь, смертные».

5Тысяча лет в глазах Твоих, как день вчерашний, что минул,

как несколько часов в ночи.

6Как наводнением уносишь людей;

они проходят, как сон.

Они – как трава, что утром взошла:

утром она цветёт и зеленеет,

а вечером вянет и засыхает.

7Мы исчезаем от Твоего гнева,

мы в смятении от Твоей ярости.

8Ты поставил наши беззакония перед Собою

и наши тайные грехи – перед лицом Своим.

9Наши дни проходят в Твоём гневе;

мы завершаем свои годы со стоном.

10Дней нашей жизни – лет семьдесят,

а для тех, кто покрепче, – лет восемьдесят,

и большая часть их – труд и скорбь;

быстро они проходят, и мы исчезаем.

11Кто познал силу Твоего гнева?

Ярость Твоя столь же велика,

сколь велик страх перед Тобой.

12Научи нас вести счёт нашим дням,

чтобы мы обрели сердце мудрое.

13Возвратись, Вечный! Как долго ещё будешь гневаться?

Сжалься над Своими рабами!

14Насыщай нас по утрам милостью Своей,

чтобы мы радовались и веселились все наши дни.

15Возвесели нас за дни, когда Ты наказывал нас,

и за годы, в которые мы испытывали бедствие.

16Да откроется взору рабов Твоих дело Твоё,

и слава Твоя – их детям.

17И да пребудет на нас милость Владыки, нашего Бога.

Укрепи наше дело,

укрепи для нас дело наших рук.

New International Reader's Version

Psalm 89:1-52

Psalm 89

A maskil of Ethan the Ezrahite.

1Lord, I will sing about your great love forever.

For all time to come, I will tell how faithful you are.

2I will tell everyone that your love stands firm forever.

I will tell them that you are always faithful, even in heaven itself.

3You said, “Here is the covenant I have made with my chosen one.

Here is the promise I have made to my servant David.

4‘I will make your family line continue forever.

I will make your kingdom secure for all time to come.’ ”

5Lord, the heavens praise you for your wonderful deeds.

When your holy angels gather together,

they praise you for how faithful you are.

6Who in the skies above can compare with the Lord?

Who among the angels is like the Lord?

7God is highly respected among his holy angels.

He’s more wonderful than all those who are around him.

8Lord God who rules over all, who is like you?

Lord, you are mighty. You are faithful in everything you do.

9You rule over the stormy sea.

When its waves rise up, you calm them down.

10You crushed Egypt and killed her people.

With your powerful arm you scattered your enemies.

11The heavens belong to you. The earth is yours also.

You made the world and everything that is in it.

12You created everything from north to south.

Mount Tabor and Mount Hermon sing to you with joy.

13Your arm is powerful.

Your hand is strong.

Your right hand is mighty.

14Your kingdom is built on what is right and fair.

Your faithful love leads the way in front of you.

15Blessed are those who have learned to shout praise to you.

Lord, they live in the light of your kindness.

16All day long they are full of joy because of who you are.

They celebrate the fact that you do what is right.

17You bring them glory and give them strength.

You are pleased to honor our king.

18Our king is like a shield that keeps us safe.

He belongs to the Lord.

He belongs to the Holy One of Israel.

19You once spoke to your faithful people in a vision.

You said, “I have given strength to a soldier.

I have raised up a young man from among the people.

20I have found my servant David.

I have poured my sacred oil on his head.

21My powerful hand will keep him going.

My mighty arm will give him strength.

22No enemy will have the victory over him.

No evil person will treat him badly.

23I will crush the king’s enemies.

I will completely destroy them.

24I will love him and be faithful to him.

Because of me his power will increase.

25I will give him a great kingdom.

It will reach from the Mediterranean Sea to the Euphrates River.

26He will call out to me, ‘You are my Father.

You are my God. You are my Rock and Savior.’

27I will also make him my oldest son.

Among all the kings of the earth, he will be the most important one.

28I will continue to love him forever.

I will never break my covenant with him.

29I will make his family line continue forever.

His kingdom will last as long as the heavens.

30“What if his sons turn away from my laws

and do not follow them?

31What if they disobey my orders

and fail to keep my commands?

32Then I will punish them for their sins.

I will strike them with a rod.

I will whip them for their evil acts.

33But I will not stop loving David.

I will always be faithful to him.

34I will not break my covenant.

I will not go back on my word.

35Once and for all, I have made a promise.

It is based on my holiness.

And I will not lie to David.

36His family line will continue forever.

His kingdom will last as long as the sun.

37It will last forever like the moon,

that faithful witness in the sky.”

38But you have turned your back on your anointed king.

You have been very angry with him.

39You have broken the covenant you made with him.

You have thrown your servant’s crown into the dirt.

40You have broken through the walls around his city.

You have completely destroyed his secure places.

41All those who pass by have carried off what belonged to him.

His neighbors make fun of him.

42You have made his enemies strong.

You have made all of them happy.

43You have made his sword useless.

You have not helped him in battle.

44You have put an end to his glory.

You have knocked his throne to the ground.

45You have cut short the days of his life.

You have covered him with shame.

46Lord, how long will you hide yourself? Will it be forever?

How long will your anger burn like fire?

47Remember how short my life is.

You have created all people for such a useless purpose!

48Who can live and not die?

Who can escape the power of the grave?

49Lord, where is the great love you used to have?

You faithfully promised it to David.

50Lord, remember how my enemies have made fun of me.

I’ve had to put up with mean words from all the nations.

51Lord, your enemies have said mean things.

They have laughed at everything your anointed king has done.

52Give praise to the Lord forever!

Amen and Amen.