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Hechos 18

Corintopi Pablo huillashcami

1Chai q'uipami Pabloca, Atenasmanta Corintoman rirca. Chaipimi Ponto llajtamanta Aquila shuti israel runahuan tuparca. Roma llajtata jatun mandaj Claudiomi, tucui chaipi causacuj israelcunataca llujshishpa richun mandashca carca. Chaimantami, chai punllacunalla, Aquilaca paipaj huarmi Priscilandij, Italiamanta shamushca carca. Pabloca paicunapajmanmi rirca. Aquila huarmindijca, carpata ruraj cajpimi, Pablopish chaillatataj paicunahuan tandalla rurangapaj saquirirca. Pabloca, tucui sabadocunami tandanacuna huasiman rishpa, judiocunapish, griegocunapish crichun, paicunahuan rimanacushpa, alli yachachij carca.

Silashuan, Timoteohuan Macedoniamanta chayamujpicarin, Pabloca punllantami judiocunamanca:

–Jesusmi Quishpichij Cristo– nishpa, Diospaj Shimitaca huillacurcalla.

Chashna huillacujpimi, judiocunaca p'iñarishpa c'amircacuna. Pabloca paicuna mana chasquisha nijpimi, paipaj churanata chaspirishpa, cashna nirca:

«¡Cancuna chingarinaman rijpica, cancunapaj jahuallatajmi canga! Ñucataca, imata mana ninachu canguichij. Cunantajmi mana israelcunapajman rigrini» nircami.

Chaimanta llujshishpaca, Taita Diosta manchaj, Justo shuti runapaj huasimanmi rirca. Paica, tandanacuna huasi c'uchullapimi causarca. Tandanacuna huasipi mandaj Crispo shuti runapish, paipaj tucui huasi ucupurandijmi Apunchij Jesusta crirca. Chashnallataj Corintopi causajcunapish, achcacunami Pablo huillashcata crishpa bautiźarircacuna.

Shuj tutami Apunchij Jesusca, Pabloman muscuipi shina ricurishpa, cashna nirca:

«Ama manchashpa huillacuilla, amataj upallaichu. 10 Ñucami canhuan cani. Pi canta llaquichinaman shamujpipish, manataj saquishachu. Cai pueblopica achcacunatami ñucapaj agllashcata charini» nircami.

11 Chaimantami Pabloca, Diospaj Shimita yachachishpa, huata sujta quillata Corintopi causarca.

12 Acaya llajtata Galión mandacujpimi, judiocunaca shuj yuyailla tandanacushpa, Pablota japishpa chai mandajpajman pusharcacuna.

13 Paipaj ñaupajpimi:

–Cai runaca, manamari Mandashcapi nishca shina, Diosta adoranata yachachinchu– nishpa juchachircacuna.

14 Pablo ña rimagrijpimi, Galionraj judiocunata cashna nirca:

–Judiocunalla, cai runa ima mana allita ruraj, huañuchij cajpica, cancuna juchachishpa huillashcataca uyaimanmi. 15 Ashtahuanpish shuj laya yachachishcata, shujtaj shutita rimashcallatamari juchachicunguichij. Cancunapaj Mandashcamanta p'iñanacui tiyashcataca, cancunallataj allichichijlla, ñucaca imata mana ni tucunichu– nircami.

16 Chashna nishcahuan tucuicunata chai ucumanta llujshichishpa cacharcallami. 17 Chaimanta llujshishpaca, tandanacuna huasipi mandaj Sostenesta japishpami, griegocunaca, mandashpa tiyana huasi ñaupajllapitaj macarcacuna. Chashna rurajpipish, Galionca mana imata nircachu.

Antioquiamanmi Pabloca huillanman rishca

18 Pabloca, Corintopi unaita saquirircarajmi.

Chai q'uipami, crijcunata ‘Shujtaj punllacama’ nishpa, Priscilandij Aquilandij Siriaman rina tucurca. Chaiman ringapaj barcopi manaraj huichiyashpami, Cencrea pueblopi umataca lluchuta rutuchirca. Diospajta rurana tucushcata ña pajtachishcamantami, paica chashna rurarca. 19 Pabloca Efesoman chayashpami, paihuan rijcunataca chaipi saquirca. Cutin paica tandanacuna huasiman rishpami, judiocunahuan rimanacurca. 20 Chai judiocuna paita ‘Caipi ashtahuan saquiripai’ nicujpipish, paica mana uyarcachu.

21 «Ñalla pajtamucuj fiestapajmari, Jerusalenpitaj cana cani. Taita Dios munajpica, cutin cancunata ricunaman tigramushami, shujtaj punllacama» nircami. Chashna nishpaca, barcopi huichiyashcahuan, Efesomanta rircallami.

22 Cesareaman chayashpa barcomanta uriyashpaca, tandanacushca crijcunata ‘¿Allillachu canguichij?’ ningapajmi, paicunapajmanraj rirca. Chai q'uipami, Antioquiaman uriyarca.

23 Antioquiamantaca, huaquin punllacuna q'uipami, Galacia, Frigia llajtacunapi causacuj crijcunataca, callarishpa ricugrirca. Tucui paicunatami ashtahuan alli catichun, yuyaita cushpa cunarca.

24 Chai punllacunallami Alejandriapi huacharishca, judiocunapura Apolos shuti runaca, Efesoman shamushca carca. Paica Dios Quillcachishcacunata alli yachaj cashpami, alli huillaj carca. 25 Paimanca, Juan bautiźashcacamallami, Apunchij Jesuspaj Ñanta catinamantaca, alli yachachishcacuna carca. Chaicamalla yachashca cashpapish, tucui shunguhuanmi Apunchij Jesusmanta alli yachachirca. 26 Paimi tandanacuna huasipica, mana manchashpa, alli huillai callarirca. Apolos huillashcata Priscilahuan, Aquilahuan uyashpaca, paillata ch'ican pushashpami, Taita Diosta ima shina catinata ashtahuan alli yachachircacuna.

27 Apolosca, Acaya llajtaman rishalla nircami. Shina nijpica, Efesopi causaj crijcunaca, ‘Alli catipanguilla’ nishpami, Acayapi causacuj crijcuna paita alli chasquichun, shuj quillcata cacharcacuna. Acayaman chayashpaca, mana c'uyaipajta Dios c'uyajllapi crishcacunaman alli yachachishpami, tucui paicunapaj allita rurarca. 28 Judiocuna, ‘Mana chashnachu’ nicujpipish, tucuicunapaj ñaupajpimi, Dios Quillcachishcacunata ricuchishpaca:

–Jesusmari Quishpichij Cristoca– nishpa, alli yachachirca.

Amplified Bible

Acts 18

Paul at Corinth

1After this Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. There he met a Jew named Aquila, a native of Pontus, who had recently come from Italy with his wife, Priscilla, because [the Roman Emperor] Claudius had issued an edict that all the [a]Jews were to leave Rome. Paul went to see them, and because he was of the same trade, he stayed with them; and they worked together for they were tent-makers. And he reasoned and debated in the synagogue every Sabbath, trying to persuade Jews and Greeks;

but when Silas and Timothy came down from Macedonia (northern Greece), Paul began devoting himself completely to [preaching] the word, and solemnly testifying to the Jews that Jesus is the Christ (the Messiah, the Anointed). But since the Jews kept resisting and opposing him, and blaspheming [God], he [b]shook out his robe and said to them, “Your blood (damnation) be on your own heads! I am innocent of it. From now on I will go to the Gentiles.” Then he moved on from there and went to the house of a man named [c]Titius Justus, who worshiped God and whose house was next door to the synagogue. Crispus, the leader of the synagogue, believed in the Lord together with his entire household [joyfully acknowledging Him as Messiah and Savior]; and many of the Corinthians who heard [Paul’s message] were believing and being baptized. One night the Lord said to Paul in a vision, “Do not be afraid anymore, but go on speaking and do not be silent; 10 for I am with you, and no one will attack you in order to hurt you, because I have many people in this city.” 11 So he settled there for a year and six months, teaching them the word of God [concerning eternal salvation through faith in Christ].

12 But when [d]Gallio was proconsul of Achaia (southern Greece), the Jews made a united attack on Paul and brought him before [e]the judgment seat, 13 declaring, “This man is persuading people to worship God in violation of the law [of Moses].” 14 But when Paul was about to reply, Gallio said to the Jews, “If it were a matter of some misdemeanor or serious crime, O Jews, I would have reason to put up with you; 15 but since it is merely a question [of doctrine within your religion] about words and names and your own law, see to it yourselves; I am [f]unwilling to judge these matters.” 16 And he drove them away from the judgment seat. 17 Then the Greeks all seized [g]Sosthenes, the leader of the synagogue, and began beating him right in front of the judgment seat; but Gallio paid no attention to any of this.

18 Paul stayed for a while longer, and then told the [h]brothers and sisters goodbye and sailed for Syria; and he was accompanied by Priscilla and Aquila. At Cenchrea [the southeastern port of Corinth] he had his hair cut, because he was keeping a [Nazirite] vow [of abstention]. 19 Then they arrived in Ephesus, and he left the others there; but he entered the synagogue and reasoned and debated with the Jews. 20 When they asked him to stay for a longer time, he refused; 21 but after telling them goodbye and saying, “I will return again if God is willing,” he set sail from Ephesus.

22 When he had landed at Caesarea, he went up and [i]greeted the church [at Jerusalem], and then went down to Antioch.

Paul’s Third Missionary Journey

23 After spending some time there, he left and traveled through the territory of Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening and encouraging all the disciples.

24 Now a Jew named Apollos, a native of Alexandria, came to Ephesus. He was an eloquent and cultured man, and well versed in the [Hebrew] Scriptures. 25 This man had been instructed in the way of the Lord, and being spiritually impassioned, he was speaking and teaching accurately the things about Jesus, though he knew only the baptism of John; 26 and he began to speak boldly and fearlessly in the synagogue. But when Priscilla and Aquila heard him, they took him aside and explained more accurately to him the way of God [and the full story of the life of Christ]. 27 And when Apollos wanted to go across to Achaia (southern Greece), the brothers encouraged him and wrote to the disciples, [urging them] to welcome him gladly. When he arrived, he was a great help to those who, through grace, had believed and had followed Jesus as Lord and Savior, 28 for he powerfully refuted the Jews in public discussions, proving by the Scriptures that Jesus is the Christ (the Messiah, the Anointed).

Notas al pie

  1. Acts 18:2 This action may have been prompted by conflicts within the Jewish community caused by the spread of Christianity.
  2. Acts 18:6 An act symbolizing rejection.
  3. Acts 18:7 One early ms reads Titus; two early mss omit the name.
  4. Acts 18:12 Junius Gallio’s term as proconsul was brief a.d. 51-52, but is validated by an ancient inscription found at Delphi. This is important because it establishes the date of Paul’s visit to Corinth while on his second missionary journey and sets the date of his letters to the church at Thessalonica.
  5. Acts 18:12 The proconsul tried cases from a large, raised stone platform situated in front of his official residence.
  6. Acts 18:15 Gallio, the proconsul of Achaia, in essence ruled Paul’s teachings to be a form of Judaism and therefore legal under Roman law.
  7. Acts 18:17 As leader of the synagogue Sosthenes would have presented the charges against Paul. Apparently something related to this made him the target of the attack. If this Sosthenes is the same man mentioned in 1 Cor 1:1, he later became a believer and follower of Christ.
  8. Acts 18:18 Lit brethren.
  9. Acts 18:22 This marks the end of Paul’s second missionary journey.