Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified)

利未记 26

遵行诫命蒙祝福

1“你们不可为自己制造偶像,不可竖立神像和神柱,也不可在你们境内安放祭拜用的石像。我是你们的上帝耶和华。 你们要守我的安息日,敬畏我的圣所。我是耶和华。 如果你们遵行我的律例,持守我的诫命, 我就按时降雨给你们,使土地长出庄稼、果树结出果实。 你们要打粮食打到摘葡萄的时候,摘葡萄摘到播种的时候。你们必丰衣足食,安然居住。

“我要使你们得享太平,安枕无忧。我要除掉你们境内的猛兽,也要使你们免遭刀剑之灾。 你们将追赶仇敌,使他们倒在你们刀下。 你们五人要追赶一百人,一百人要追赶一万人,他们必死在你们刀下。 我要眷顾你们,使你们生养众多,也要坚守与你们所立的约。 10 你们存粮很多,甚至要搬出陈粮来储存新粮。 11 我要住在你们中间,我必不厌弃你们。 12 我要在你们中间往来。我要做你们的上帝,你们要做我的子民。 13 我是你们的上帝耶和华。我曾带领你们离开埃及,使你们不再做埃及人的奴隶。我打碎了压在你们身上的重轭,使你们能昂首挺胸、扬眉吐气。

违背诫命受惩罚

14 “如果你们不听从我,不遵行我的这一切诫命; 15 如果你们拒绝遵守我的律例,厌弃我的典章,不听从我的命令,破坏我与你们所立的约, 16 我要惩罚你们,使你们陷入恐慌、患痨病和热症,使你们眼睛昏花、心力衰竭。你们撒种却一无所获,因为敌人要吃尽你们所种的。 17 我要严惩你们,使你们败在敌人手下;你们要被那些恨你们的人统治,即使没有人追赶,你们也要逃命。

18 “如果你们受过这些惩罚,仍然不知悔改,我要把比先前严厉七倍的惩罚加在你们身上。 19 我要重挫你们的傲气,使你们头上的天如铁,脚下的地如铜。 20 你们劳作也是徒然,因为你们的土地必不长庄稼,果树也不结果实。

21 “如果你们仍然与我作对,不肯听从我,我要把比先前严重七倍的灾难降在你们身上。 22 我要让野兽残害你们的子女,吞噬你们的牲畜,使你们人口锐减,路上杳无人迹。

23 “如果你们还是与我作对, 24 我也要与你们作对,用比先前严重七倍的灾难击打你们。 25 因为你们毁约,我要用战祸报应你们。你们躲进各城的时候,我要在你们中间降下瘟疫,使你们落在敌人手里。 26 我要断绝你们的粮源。那时候,十个妇女将用一个烤炉烤饼,按定量分饼给你们,你们吃却吃不饱。

27 “如果你们仍然不肯听从我,继续与我作对, 28 我也要与你们作对,向你们发烈怒,把比先前严厉七倍的惩罚加在你们身上。 29 你们要吃自己儿女的肉。 30 我要毁灭你们的丘坛,拆掉你们的香坛,把你们的尸体堆在你们毫无气息的神像上。我厌恶你们。 31 我要使你们的城邑沦为废墟,使你们的敬拜场所荒凉,也不再悦纳你们的馨香之祭。 32 我要使你们的土地荒废,连占据那里的敌人也为此而震惊。 33 我要把你们驱散到各国,还要拔刀追杀你们。你们的土地将荒废,城邑将沦为废墟。 34 你们被掳到敌国的时候,你们的土地将荒废,享受安息。 35 你们住在那里的时候,没有在安息年让土地安息,因此土地在荒废的日子里将享受安息。

36 “我要使你们当中的那些幸存者在敌国心惊胆战,过着风声鹤唳、惶恐不安的生活。 37 即使无人追赶,他们也将仓皇逃命,互相绊倒,如同躲避刀剑一样。你们必无力抵挡敌人。 38 你们将葬身列国,死在敌人的土地上。 39 你们当中的幸存者将因自己的罪和祖先的罪而消亡在敌人的土地上。

认罪悔改蒙眷顾

40 “如果他们承认自己和祖先的罪,就是背叛我、与我作对的恶行—— 41 以致我与他们作对,把他们流放到敌国;如果他们顽固[a]的心谦卑下来,甘愿接受刑罚, 42 我便履行我与亚伯拉罕、以撒和雅各所立的约,眷顾那片土地。 43 土地被他们离弃,荒无人烟,得享安息。他们却要因拒绝遵守我的典章、厌弃我的律例而饱受惩罚。 44 然而,他们流落敌国的时候,我不会弃绝他们,不会因厌恶而毁灭他们,也不会违背我与他们所立的约。我是他们的上帝耶和华。 45 我必为他们的缘故履行我与他们祖先所立的约。我曾在列国面前带领他们的祖先离开埃及,为要做他们的上帝。我是耶和华。”

46 以上是耶和华借摩西在西奈山上颁布给以色列人的律例、典章和法度。

Notas al pie

  1. 26:41 顽固”希伯来文是“未受割礼”。

New International Reader's Version

Leviticus 26

Rewards for Obeying the Lord

1“ ‘Do not make statues of gods for yourselves. Do not set up a likeness of a god or a sacred stone for yourselves. Do not place a carved stone in your land and bow down in front of it. I am the Lord your God.

“ ‘You must always keep my Sabbath days. Have respect for my sacred tent. I am the Lord.

“ ‘Follow my rules. Be careful to obey my commands. Then I will send you rain at the right time. The ground will produce its crops. The trees will bear their fruit. You will continue to harvest your grain until you gather your grapes. You will continue to gather your grapes until you plant your crops. You will have all you want to eat. And you will live in safety in your land.

“ ‘I will give you peace in the land. You will be able to sleep because no one will make you afraid. I will remove wild animals from the land. There will not be any war in your country. You will hunt down your enemies. You will kill them with your swords. Five of you will chase 100. And 100 of you will chase 10,000. You will kill your enemies with your swords.

“ ‘I will bless you. I will give you many children so that there will be many of you. And I will be faithful to the covenant I made with you. 10 You will still be eating last year’s crops when you will have to make room for new crops. 11 I will live among you. I will not turn away from you. 12 I will walk among you. I will be your God. And you will be my people. 13 I am the Lord your God. I brought you out of Egypt. I did not want you to be slaves in Egypt anymore. I threw off your heavy load. I helped you walk with your heads held high.

Punishment for Not Obeying the Lord

14 “ ‘On the other hand, suppose you do not listen to me. Suppose you do not carry out all my commands. 15 Suppose you say no to my rules and turn away from my laws. And suppose you break my covenant by failing to carry out all my commands. 16 Then here is what I will do to you. All at once I will bring terror on you. I will send sicknesses that will make you weak. I will send fever that will destroy your sight. It will slowly take your strength away. When you plant seeds, it will not do you any good. Instead, your enemies will eat what you have planted. 17 I will turn against you. Then your enemies will win the battle over you. Those who hate you will rule over you. You will run away even when no one is chasing you.

18 “ ‘After all that, suppose you still will not listen to me. Then I will punish you for your sins seven times. 19 I will break down your stubborn pride. I will make the sky above you like iron, and it will not rain. I will make the ground under you like bronze, and you will not be able to farm it. 20 You will work with all your strength, but it will not do you any good. That is because your soil will not produce any crops. The trees of your land will not bear any fruit.

21 “ ‘Suppose you continue to be my enemy. And suppose you still refuse to listen to me. Then I will multiply your troubles many times because of your sins. 22 I will send wild animals against you. They will kill your children. They will destroy your cattle. There will be so few of you left that your roads will be deserted.

23 “ ‘After all those things, suppose you still do not accept my warnings. And suppose you continue to be my enemy. 24 Then I myself will be your enemy. I will make you suffer again and again for your sins. 25 I will send war against you to punish you for breaking my covenant. When you go back into your cities, I will send a plague among you. You will be handed over to your enemies. 26 I will cut off your supply of bread. Ten women will need only one oven to bake your bread. They will weigh out the bread piece by piece. Even when you eat all of it, it will not be enough to satisfy you.

27 “ ‘After all that, suppose you still do not listen to me. And suppose you continue to be my enemy. 28 Then I will be angry with you. I will be your enemy. I myself will again punish you for your sins over and over. 29 You will eat the dead bodies of your sons. You will also eat the dead bodies of your daughters. 30 I will destroy the high places where you worship other gods. I will pull down your incense altars. I will pile up your dead bodies on the lifeless statues of your gods. And I will turn away from you. 31 I will completely destroy your cities. I will destroy your places of worship. The pleasant smell of your offerings will not give me any delight. 32 I myself will destroy your land so completely that your enemies who live there will be shocked. 33 I will scatter you among the nations. I will pull out my sword and hunt you down. Your land and your cities will be completely destroyed. 34 Then the deserted land will enjoy its sabbath years. It will rest. It will not be farmed. It will enjoy its sabbaths. But you will become prisoners in the country of your enemies. 35 The land will rest the whole time it is deserted. It was not able to rest during the sabbaths you lived in it.

36 “ ‘Some of you will be left in the lands of your enemies. I will fill your hearts with fear. The sound of a leaf blown by the wind will scare you away. You will run as if you were escaping from swords. You will fall down, even though no one is chasing you. 37 You will trip over one another as if you were running away from the battle. You will run away, even though no one is chasing you. You will not be able to stand and fight against your enemies. 38 While you are still scattered among the nations, you will die. The lands of your enemies will destroy you. 39 You who are left in those lands will become weaker and weaker. You will die because of your sins and the sins of your people who lived before you.

40 “ ‘But suppose you admit that both you and your people who lived before you have sinned. You admit the evil and dishonest things you have done against me. And you admit you have become my enemy. 41 What you did made me become your enemy. I let your enemies take you into their land. But suppose you stop being stubborn. You stop being proud. And you pay for your sin. 42 Then I will remember my covenant with Jacob. I will remember my covenant with Isaac. I will remember my covenant with Abraham. I will remember what I said to them about the land. 43 You will leave the land. It will enjoy its sabbaths while it lies deserted because you are not there. You will pay for your sins because you said no to my laws. You turned away from my rules. 44 But even after all that, I will not say no to you or turn away from you. I will not destroy you completely in the land of your enemies. I will not break my covenant with you. I am the Lord your God. 45 Because of you, I will remember the covenant I made with the people of Israel who lived before you. I brought them out of Egypt to be their God. The nations saw me do it. I am the Lord.’ ”

46 These are the orders, the laws and the rules of the covenant the Lord made on Mount Sinai. He made it between himself and the Israelites through Moses.