Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified)

诗篇 106

上帝恩待祂的子民

1你们要赞美耶和华!
要称谢耶和华,
因为祂是美善的,
祂的慈爱永远长存!
谁能述说耶和华的大能作为?
谁能道尽祂当受赞美之处?
那些行事公正,
持守公义的人有福了。
耶和华啊!
你恩待你子民的时候,
求你别忘了我;
你拯救他们的时候,
求你帮助我,
使我看到你所拣选的人繁荣昌盛,
与他们同乐,
与你的子民一同夸耀。
我们跟祖先一样也犯了罪,
行事邪恶。
我们祖先在埃及漠视你行的神迹,
忘记你向他们屡施慈爱,
在红海边反叛你。

但祂为了自己的名拯救了他们,
以彰显祂的大能。
祂斥责红海,海就干了,
祂带领他们走过深渊,
如履干地。
10 祂救他们逃脱敌人的追赶,
从仇敌的手中救赎了他们。
11 海水淹没了敌军,
没有一人生还。
12 那时他们才相信祂的话,
歌唱赞美祂。
13 然而,他们很快忘了祂的作为,
不愿等候祂的引导。
14 他们在旷野大起贪念,
试探上帝。
15 祂满足了他们的要求,
但在他们当中降下了瘟疫。
16 他们还在营中嫉妒摩西和耶和华拣选为祭司的亚伦。
17 于是大地裂开,
吞没了大坍、亚比兰和他们的家人。
18 火在他们的党羽中烧起,
消灭了这些恶人。
19 他们在何烈山铸造牛犊,祭拜偶像,
20 他们把荣耀的上帝变成了吃草之牛的铸像。
21 他们忘记了拯救他们的上帝,
祂曾在埃及行奇事,
22 在含地行神迹,
在红海边行可畏的事。
23 因此祂说要消灭他们。
若不是祂所拣选的摩西为他们求情,
祂早已在烈怒中毁灭了他们。
24 他们藐视那佳美之地,
不相信祂的应许。
25 他们在帐篷里发怨言,
不听从祂的命令。
26 因此,祂举手起誓要使他们倒毙在旷野,
27 使他们的后代分散到各族各方去。
28 他们在毗珥祭拜巴力,
吃献给假神的祭物。
29 他们的所作所为触怒耶和华,
以致瘟疫降在他们中间,
30 直到非尼哈起来惩罚罪人,
瘟疫才停止。
31 这就是他的义行,世代永存。
32 他们在米利巴泉边惹耶和华发怒,
连累了摩西。
33 因为他们惹摩西发怒,
以致他说了鲁莽的话。
34 他们没有照耶和华的命令消灭外族人,
35 反倒与他们混居,
仿效他们的习俗,
36 拜他们的神像,陷入网罗。
37 他们把自己的儿女当祭物献给鬼魔,
38 他们把自己的儿女献给迦南的神像作祭物,
流他们儿女无辜的血,
玷污了那地方。
39 他们的行为玷污了自己,
使自己沦为淫妇。
40 耶和华因此向祂的子民发怒,
厌恶他们,
41 使他们落在列邦的手中,
受敌人的辖制。
42 他们的敌人压迫他们,
奴役他们。
43 祂多次拯救他们,
他们却执意背叛,
陷入罪中不能自拔。
44 但祂听见他们在苦难中呼求时,
仍然眷顾他们。
45 祂没有忘记与他们立的约,
因祂伟大无比的爱而怜悯他们。
46 祂使掳掠他们的人怜悯他们。
47 我们的上帝耶和华啊,
求你拯救我们,
从各国招聚我们,
使我们可以称谢你的圣名,
欢然赞美你。
48 以色列的上帝耶和华永永远远当受称颂。
愿万民都说:“阿们!”
你们要赞美耶和华!

Amplified Bible

Psalm 106

Israel’s Rebelliousness and the Lord’s Deliverances.

1Praise the Lord! (Hallelujah!)
Oh give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;
For His mercy and lovingkindness endure forever!

Who can put into words the mighty deeds of the Lord?
Or who can proclaim all His praise [that is due Him]?

Blessed are those who observe justice [by honoring God’s precepts],
Who practice righteousness at all times.


Remember me, O Lord, when You favor Your people.
Visit me with Your salvation [when You rescue them],

That I may see the prosperity of Your chosen ones,
That I may rejoice in the gladness of Your nation,
That I may glory with Your inheritance.


We have sinned like our fathers;
We have committed iniquity, we have behaved wickedly.

Our fathers in Egypt did not understand nor appreciate Your miracles;
They did not remember the abundance of Your mercies nor imprint Your lovingkindnesses on their hearts,
But they were rebellious at the sea, at the [a]Red Sea.

Nevertheless He saved them for His name’s sake,
That He might make His [supreme] power known.

He rebuked the Red Sea, and it dried up;
And He led them through the depths as through a pasture.
10 
So He saved them from the hand of the one that hated them,
And redeemed them from the hand of the [Egyptian] enemy.
11 
And the waters covered their adversaries;
Not one of them was left.
12 
Then Israel believed in [the validity of] His words;
They sang His praise.

13 
But they quickly forgot His works;
They did not [patiently] wait for His counsel and purpose [to be revealed regarding them],
14 
But lusted intensely in the wilderness
And tempted God [with their insistent desires] in the desert.
15 
So He gave them their request,
But sent a wasting disease among them.

16 
They envied Moses in the camp,
And Aaron [the high priest], the holy one of the Lord,
17 
Therefore the earth opened and swallowed Dathan,
And engulfed the company of Abiram.
18 
And a fire broke out in their company;
The flame consumed the wicked.

19 
They made a calf in Horeb (Sinai)
And worshiped a cast image.
20 
Thus they exchanged [the true God who was] their glory
For the image of an ox that eats grass.
21 
They forgot God their Savior,
Who had done such great things in Egypt,
22 
Wonders in the land of Ham,
Awesome things at the Red Sea.
23 
Therefore He said He would destroy them,
[And He would have done so] had not Moses, His chosen one, stepped into the gap before Him,
To turn away His wrath from destroying them.
24 
Then they despised the pleasant land [of Canaan];
They did not believe in His word nor rely on it,
25 
But they sulked and complained in their tents;
They did not listen to the voice of the Lord.
26 
Therefore He lifted up His hand [swearing] to them,
That He would cause them to fall in the wilderness,
27 
And that He would cast out their descendants among the nations
And scatter them in the lands [of the earth].

28 
They joined themselves also to [the idol] Baal of Peor,
And ate sacrifices offered to the dead.
29 
Thus they provoked Him to anger with their practices,
And a plague broke out among them.
30 
Then Phinehas [the priest] stood up and [b]interceded,
And so the plague was halted.
31 
And that was credited to him for righteousness,
To all generations forever.

32 
They provoked Him to anger at the waters of [c]Meribah,
So that it went hard with Moses on their account;
33 
Because they were rebellious against His Spirit,
Moses spoke recklessly with his lips.

34 
They did not destroy the [pagan] peoples [in Canaan],
As the Lord commanded them,
35 
But they mingled with the [idolatrous] nations
And learned their ways,
36 
And served their idols,
Which became a [dreadful] snare to them.
37 
They even sacrificed their sons and their daughters to demons
38 
And shed innocent blood,
Even the blood of their sons and of their daughters,
Whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan;
And the land was polluted with their blood.
39 
In this way they became unclean in their practices;
They played the prostitute in their own deeds [by giving their worship, which belongs to God alone, to other “gods”].

40 
Therefore the anger of the Lord was kindled against His people
And He detested His own [d]inheritance.
41 
He gave them into the hands of the nations,
And those who hated them ruled over them.
42 
Their enemies also oppressed them,
And they were subdued under the [powerful] hand of their enemies.
43 
Many times He rescued them;
But they were rebellious in their counsel,
And sank down in their wickedness.

44 
Nevertheless He looked [sympathetically] at their distress
When He heard their cry;
45 
And He remembered His covenant for their sake,
And relented [rescinding their sentence] according to the greatness of His lovingkindness [when they cried out to Him],
46 
He also made them objects of compassion
Among those who had carried them away captive.

47 
Save us, O Lord our God,
And gather us from among the nations,
That we may give thanks to Your holy name
And glory in praising You.
48 
Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel,
From everlasting even to everlasting.
And let all the people say, “Amen.”
Praise the Lord! (Hallelujah!)

Notas al pie

  1. Psalm 106:7 Lit Sea of Reeds; and so throughout.
  2. Psalm 106:30 The exact meaning of the Hebrew here has been debated since ancient times. The term interceded probably is best because it could refer to Phinehas’ intervention by executing the guilty couple (Num 25:7f), or to his interceding through prayer in behalf of Israel. No such prayer is recorded, but it is certainly possible that Phinehas prayed for relief before or after the execution. The ancient rabbis mostly understood the intercession as a prayer, but some of them took the meaning of the Hebrew to be that Phinehas interceded essentially by arguing with God as to whether it was fair to destroy so many people for the sins of two.
  3. Psalm 106:32 Lit strife.
  4. Psalm 106:40 I.e. people.