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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.

New International Reader's Version

Acts 18

Paul Goes to Corinth

1After this, Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. There he met a Jew named Aquila, who was a native of Pontus. Aquila had recently come from Italy with his wife Priscilla. The emperor Claudius had ordered all Jews to leave Rome. Paul went to see Aquila and Priscilla. They were tentmakers, just as he was. So he stayed and worked with them. Every Sabbath day he went to the synagogue. He was trying to get both Jews and Greeks to believe in the Lord.

Silas and Timothy came from Macedonia. Then Paul spent all his time preaching. He was a witness to the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah. But they opposed Paul. They treated him badly. So he shook out his clothes in protest. Then he said to them, “God’s judgment against you will be your own fault! Don’t blame me for it! From now on I will go to the Gentiles.”

Then Paul left the synagogue and went to the house next door. It was the house of Titius Justus, a man who worshiped God. Crispus was the synagogue leader. He and everyone living in his house came to believe in the Lord. Many others who lived in Corinth heard Paul. They too believed and were baptized.

One night the Lord spoke to Paul in a vision. “Don’t be afraid,” he said. “Keep on speaking. Don’t be silent. 10 I am with you. No one will attack you and harm you. I have many people in this city.” 11 So Paul stayed in Corinth for a year and a half. He taught them God’s word.

12 At that time Gallio was governor of Achaia. The Jews of Corinth got together and attacked Paul. They brought him into court. 13 They made a charge against Paul. They said, “This man is talking people into worshiping God in wrong ways. Those ways are against the law.”

14 Paul was about to give reasons for his actions. But just then Gallio spoke to them. He said, “You Jews don’t claim that Paul has committed a great or small crime. If you did, it would make sense for me to listen to you. 15 But this is about your own law. It is a question of words and names. Settle the matter yourselves. I will not be a judge of such things.” 16 So he made them leave. 17 Then the crowd there turned against Sosthenes, the synagogue leader. They beat him up in front of the governor. But Gallio didn’t care at all.

Priscilla and Aquila Teach Apollos

18 Paul stayed in Corinth for some time. Then he left the brothers and sisters and sailed for Syria. Priscilla and Aquila went with him. Before he sailed, he had his hair cut off at Cenchreae. He did this because he had made a promise to God. 19 They arrived at Ephesus. There Paul said goodbye to Priscilla and Aquila. He himself went into the synagogue and talked with the Jews. 20 The Jews asked him to spend more time with them. But he said no. 21 As he left, he made them a promise. “If God wants me to,” he said, “I will come back.” Then he sailed from Ephesus. 22 When he landed at Caesarea, he went up to Jerusalem. There he greeted the church. He then went down to Antioch.

23 Paul spent some time in Antioch. Then he left and traveled all over Galatia and Phrygia. He gave strength to all the believers there.

24 At that time a Jew named Apollos came to Ephesus. He was an educated man from Alexandria. He knew the Scriptures very well. 25 Apollos had been taught the way of the Lord. He spoke with great power. He taught the truth about Jesus. But he only knew about John’s baptism. 26 He began to speak boldly in the synagogue. Priscilla and Aquila heard him. So they invited him to their home. There they gave him a better understanding of the way of God.

27 Apollos wanted to go to Achaia. The brothers and sisters agreed with him. They wrote to the believers there. They asked them to welcome him. When he arrived, he was a great help to those who had become believers by God’s grace. 28 In public meetings, he argued strongly against Jews who disagreed with him. He proved from the Scriptures that Jesus was the Messiah.