Endagaano Enkadde nʼEndagaano Empya

Zabbuli 20

Ya Mukulu wa Bayimbi. Zabbuli ya Dawudi.

1Mukama akwanukulenga ng’oli mu buzibu.
    Erinnya lya Katonda wa Yakobo likukuumenga.
Akuweerezenga obuyambi obuva mu kifo kye ekitukuvu;
    akudduukirirenga okuva ku lusozi Sayuuni.
Ajjukirenga ssaddaaka zo zonna z’omuwa,
    era asiimenga ebiweebwayo byo ebyokebwa.
Akuwenga omutima gwo bye gwetaaga,
    era atuukirizenga by’oteekateeka byonna.
Tulijaganya olw’obuwanguzi bwo,
    ne tuwuuba ebendera zaffe mu linnya lya Katonda waffe.

Mukama akuwenga byonna by’omusaba.

Kaakano ntegedde nga Mukama awanguza oyo gwe yafukako amafuta,
    amwanukula ng’amuwa obuwanguzi n’omukono gwe ogwa ddyo,
    ng’asinziira mu ggulu lye ettukuvu.
Abamu beesiga amagaali, n’abalala beesiga embalaasi,
    naye ffe twesiga erinnya lya Mukama Katonda waffe.
Batalantuka ne bagwa wansi ne balemerawo,
    naye ffe tugolokoka ne tuyimirira nga tuli banywevu.
Ayi Mukama, lokola kabaka,
    otwanukule bwe tukukoowoola.

The Message

Psalm 20

A David Psalm

11-4 God answer you on the day you crash,
The name God-of-Jacob put you out of harm’s reach,
Send reinforcements from Holy Hill,
Dispatch from Zion fresh supplies,
Exclaim over your offerings,
Celebrate your sacrifices,
Give you what your heart desires,
Accomplish your plans.

When you win, we plan to raise the roof
    and lead the parade with our banners.
May all your wishes come true!

That clinches it—help’s coming,
    an answer’s on the way,
    everything’s going to work out.

7-8 See those people polishing their chariots,
    and those others grooming their horses?
    But we’re making garlands for God our God.
The chariots will rust,
    those horses pull up lame—
    and we’ll be on our feet, standing tall.

Make the king a winner, God;
    the day we call, give us your answer.