Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified)

路加福音 13

不悔改的下场

1这时,有人把加利利人献祭时被彼拉多屠杀的事告诉了耶稣。

耶稣说:“你们以为这些人被杀,是因为他们的罪比其他加利利人的罪更重吗? 不!我告诉你们,你们若不悔改,同样也必灭亡。 西罗亚楼倒塌时曾压死了十八个人。你们以为他们比耶路撒冷其他人更有罪吗? 不!我告诉你们,你们若不悔改,同样也必灭亡。”

于是,耶稣说了一个比喻:“有人在葡萄园里种了一棵无花果树,他去树那里找果子,却找不到。 他对园丁说,‘三年来,我一直盼望它结果子,它却一个也没结。把它砍了,免得白占土地。’

“园丁请求说,‘主人,再留它一年吧!让我在它四周松土、施肥, 明年如果结了果子就留它,否则再砍掉它。’”

治好驼背妇人

10 有个安息日,耶稣在会堂里讲道。 11 那里有个妇人被邪灵缠身十八年,腰弯得很厉害,无法站直。 12 耶稣看见她,便叫她过来,说:“妇人,你再不会被疾病缠身了!” 13 耶稣双手按在她身上,她的腰立刻直了,便颂赞上帝。

14 会堂主管看到耶稣在安息日为人治病,十分恼怒,就对众人说:“一周有六天可以工作,求医应当在这六天之内,不可在安息日!”

15 主说:“你们这些伪君子,莫非你们在安息日不解开棚里的牛和驴,带它们去喝水吗? 16 这妇人身为亚伯拉罕的女儿,受撒旦的捆绑十八年,难道不该在安息日为她解开捆索吗?” 17 反对祂的人听了这番话后,都非常羞愧,众人却为耶稣的奇妙作为高兴欢喜。

上帝国的比喻

18 耶稣继续说:“上帝的国好像什么呢?我该把上帝的国比作什么呢? 19 上帝的国就像一粒芥菜种,有人把它种在园里,它长成了一棵树,连飞鸟也来栖息在它的树枝上。”

20 耶稣又说:“我该把上帝的国比作什么呢? 21 上帝的国就像面酵,妇人拿来掺在三斗面里,使整团面都发起来。”

努力进窄门

22 耶稣继续前往耶路撒冷,沿途在各城镇教导人。 23 有人问祂:“主啊,得救的人是否很少呢?”耶稣对他们说:

24 “你们要努力进窄门,因为我告诉你们,将来有许多人想要进却进不去。 25 当主人起来把门关闭之后,你们才站在外面叩门哀求,说,‘主啊,给我们开门吧!’主人必说,‘我不认识你们,你们是从哪里来的?’

26 “那时,你们必说,‘我们不是在一起用过餐吗?你不是在街上教导过我们吗?’

27 “主人必说,‘我告诉你们,我不认识你们,也不知道你们是从哪里来的。你们这些作恶的人,走开!’

28 “当你们看见亚伯拉罕、以撒、雅各和众先知在上帝的国,自己却被丢在门外,必要在那里哀哭切齿。 29 那时人们会从东西南北来参加上帝国的宴席。 30 看啊,有些殿后的将要为首,有些为首的将要殿后。”

为耶路撒冷哀伤

31 那时,有几个法利赛人来告诉耶稣,说:“快离开这里吧,希律要杀你!”

32 耶稣说:“你们去告诉那个狐狸,‘今天和明天,我要继续赶鬼治病,到第三天,我的任务就完成了。’ 33 无论如何,今天、明天和后天我必须继续前行,因为先知不能死在耶路撒冷以外的地方。

34 “耶路撒冷啊,耶路撒冷啊!你常杀害先知,又用石头打死派到你那里的使者。我多次想要招聚你的儿女,像母鸡将小鸡招聚在翅膀底下,可是你们却不肯。 35 看啊!你们的家园将一片荒凉。我告诉你们,在你们说‘奉主名来的当受称颂’之前,你们再也见不到我了。”

New Living Translation

Luke 13

A Call to Repentance

1About this time Jesus was informed that Pilate had murdered some people from Galilee as they were offering sacrifices at the Temple. “Do you think those Galileans were worse sinners than all the other people from Galilee?” Jesus asked. “Is that why they suffered? Not at all! And you will perish, too, unless you repent of your sins and turn to God. And what about the eighteen people who died when the tower in Siloam fell on them? Were they the worst sinners in Jerusalem? No, and I tell you again that unless you repent, you will perish, too.”

Parable of the Barren Fig Tree

Then Jesus told this story: “A man planted a fig tree in his garden and came again and again to see if there was any fruit on it, but he was always disappointed. Finally, he said to his gardener, ‘I’ve waited three years, and there hasn’t been a single fig! Cut it down. It’s just taking up space in the garden.’

“The gardener answered, ‘Sir, give it one more chance. Leave it another year, and I’ll give it special attention and plenty of fertilizer. If we get figs next year, fine. If not, then you can cut it down.’”

Jesus Heals on the Sabbath

10 One Sabbath day as Jesus was teaching in a synagogue, 11 he saw a woman who had been crippled by an evil spirit. She had been bent double for eighteen years and was unable to stand up straight. 12 When Jesus saw her, he called her over and said, “Dear woman, you are healed of your sickness!” 13 Then he touched her, and instantly she could stand straight. How she praised God!

14 But the leader in charge of the synagogue was indignant that Jesus had healed her on the Sabbath day. “There are six days of the week for working,” he said to the crowd. “Come on those days to be healed, not on the Sabbath.”

15 But the Lord replied, “You hypocrites! Each of you works on the Sabbath day! Don’t you untie your ox or your donkey from its stall on the Sabbath and lead it out for water? 16 This dear woman, a daughter of Abraham, has been held in bondage by Satan for eighteen years. Isn’t it right that she be released, even on the Sabbath?”

17 This shamed his enemies, but all the people rejoiced at the wonderful things he did.

Parable of the Mustard Seed

18 Then Jesus said, “What is the Kingdom of God like? How can I illustrate it? 19 It is like a tiny mustard seed that a man planted in a garden; it grows and becomes a tree, and the birds make nests in its branches.”

Parable of the Yeast

20 He also asked, “What else is the Kingdom of God like? 21 It is like the yeast a woman used in making bread. Even though she put only a little yeast in three measures of flour, it permeated every part of the dough.”

The Narrow Door

22 Jesus went through the towns and villages, teaching as he went, always pressing on toward Jerusalem. 23 Someone asked him, “Lord, will only a few be saved?”

He replied, 24 “Work hard to enter the narrow door to God’s Kingdom, for many will try to enter but will fail. 25 When the master of the house has locked the door, it will be too late. You will stand outside knocking and pleading, ‘Lord, open the door for us!’ But he will reply, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from.’ 26 Then you will say, ‘But we ate and drank with you, and you taught in our streets.’ 27 And he will reply, ‘I tell you, I don’t know you or where you come from. Get away from me, all you who do evil.’

28 “There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth, for you will see Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and all the prophets in the Kingdom of God, but you will be thrown out. 29 And people will come from all over the world—from east and west, north and south—to take their places in the Kingdom of God. 30 And note this: Some who seem least important now will be the greatest then, and some who are the greatest now will be least important then.[a]

Jesus Grieves over Jerusalem

31 At that time some Pharisees said to him, “Get away from here if you want to live! Herod Antipas wants to kill you!”

32 Jesus replied, “Go tell that fox that I will keep on casting out demons and healing people today and tomorrow; and the third day I will accomplish my purpose. 33 Yes, today, tomorrow, and the next day I must proceed on my way. For it wouldn’t do for a prophet of God to be killed except in Jerusalem!

34 “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones God’s messengers! How often I have wanted to gather your children together as a hen protects her chicks beneath her wings, but you wouldn’t let me. 35 And now, look, your house is abandoned. And you will never see me again until you say, ‘Blessings on the one who comes in the name of the Lord!’[b]

Notas al pie

  1. 13:30 Greek Some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last.
  2. 13:35 Ps 118:26.