Nkwa Asem

Nnwom 1


NNWOM 1-41

Ɔtreneeni ne ɔdebɔneyɛfo

1Nhyira nka onipa a ontie nnebɔneyɛfo afotu, na onni nnebɔneyɛfo nneyɛe akyi, na onni wɔn a wodi fɛw nso akyi. Na mmom, ɔde anigye di Awurade mmara so, na odwen ho awia ne anadwo nyinaa. Ɔte sɛ nnua a enyin wɔ asuten ho, na ɛsow aba bere a ɛsɛ mu a ne nhaban no nguan. Odi nkonim wɔ biribiara a ɔyɛ mu.

Nanso nnebɔneyɛfo nte saa; wɔte sɛ ntɛtɛ a mframa bɔ gu. Onyankopɔn bebu nnebɔneyɛfo fɔ, na wɔatew wɔn afi ne nkurɔfo ho. Awurade kyerɛ atreneefo kwan, na ɔbɔ wɔn ho ban. Na nnebɔneyɛfo de, wɔrekɔ wɔn sɛe mu.

New International Reader's Version

Psalm 1


Psalms 1–41

Psalm 1

Blessed is the person who obeys the law of the Lord.
    They don’t follow the advice of evil people.
They don’t make a habit of doing what sinners do.
    They don’t join those who make fun of the Lord and his law.
Instead, the law of the Lord gives them joy.
    They think about his law day and night.
That kind of person is like a tree that is planted near a stream of water.
    It always bears its fruit at the right time.
Its leaves don’t dry up.
    Everything godly people do turns out well.

Sinful people are not like that at all.
    They are like straw
    that the wind blows away.
When the Lord judges them, their life will come to an end.
    Sinners won’t have any place among those who are godly.

The Lord watches over the lives of godly people.
    But the lives of sinful people will lead to their death.