Nkwa Asem

Nnwom 29

Awurade nne wɔ ahum mu

1Mo ɔsorosorofo, monkamfo Awurade; monkamfo n’anuonyam ne ne tumi. Monkamfo ne din a anuonyam ahyɛ no ma no. Sɛ Kronkronni no pue a, monkotow no. Wɔte Awurade nne wɔ ɛpo so. Anuonyam Nyankopɔn bɔ aprannaa ma ne nne tra ɛpo so. Wɔte Awurade nne wɔ tumi ne ahoɔden mu. Awurade nne bubu sida, Lebanon sida mpo. Ɔma Lebanon ne Sirion mmepɔw nyinaa huruhuruw te sɛ nantwi ba. Awurade nne ma aprannaa pae. Ne nne ma sare so wosow. Ɔwosow Kadeɛ sare. Awurade nne wosow adum ma ɛso nhaban porow gu bere a obiara a ɔwɔ ne Fi no teɛm se, “Anuonyam nka Onyankopɔn!” no.

10 Awurade di nsu a emu dɔ nyinaa so; odi hene daa daa. 11 Awurade ma ne nkurɔfo ahoɔden, hyira wɔn, ma wɔn asomdwoe nso.

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Psalm 29

The Voice of the Lord in the Storm.

A Psalm of David.

1[a]Ascribe to the Lord, O [b]sons of the mighty,
Ascribe to the Lord glory and strength.

Ascribe to the Lord the glory due His name;
Worship the Lord in the beauty and majesty of His holiness [as the creator and source of holiness].

The voice of the Lord is upon the waters;
The God of glory thunders;
The Lord is over many waters.

The voice of the Lord is powerful;
The voice of the Lord is full of majesty.

The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars;
Yes, the Lord breaks in pieces the cedars of Lebanon.

He makes Lebanon skip like a calf,
And Sirion (Mount Hermon) like a young, wild ox.

The voice of the Lord rakes flames of fire (lightning).

The voice of the Lord shakes the wilderness;
The Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh.

The voice of the Lord [c]makes the doe labor and give birth
And strips the forests bare;
And in His temple all are saying, “Glory!”

The Lord sat as King at the flood;
Yes, the Lord sits as King forever.
The Lord will give [unyielding and impenetrable] strength to His people;
The Lord will bless His people with peace.

Notas al pie

  1. Psalm 29:1 This psalm has been called “The Song of the Thunderstorm,” a glorious psalm of praise sung during an earthshaking tempest which reminds the psalmist of the time of Noah and the deluge (see v 10).
  2. Psalm 29:1 The ancient rabbis interpreted this as referring to the patriarchs. Today many scholars regard this as a reference to God’s angels.
  3. Psalm 29:9 Or makes the oaks shake.