Nkwa Asem

Nnwom 31

Onyankopɔn mu gyidi mpaebɔ

1Mereba wo nkyɛn, Awurade, ama woabɔ me ho ban, na mma wonnni me so nkonim. Woyɛ Onyankopɔn treneeni. Mesrɛ wo sɛ gye me nkwa! Tie me! Gye me nkwa mprempren! Yɛ me guankɔbea na bɔ me ho ban na gye me nkwa. Woyɛ me guankɔbea ne me hwɛfo. Kyerɛ me kwan na di m’anim sɛnea woahyɛ me bɔ no. Gye me fi firi a wɔasum me no mu. Bɔ me ho ban fi amane mu. Mede me ho hyɛ wo hwɛ pa ase. Wubegye me nkwa, Awurade,woyɛ ɔnokwafo Nyankopɔn. Wukyi wɔn a wɔsom anyamehunu, enti mede me ho to wo so. M’ani begye na madi ahurusi esiane wo dɔ a wodɔ me daa nti. Wuhuu m’amanehunu; wunim me haw. Woamma m’atamfo ankyere me; woama mitumi kɔ baabiara a mepɛ.

Hu me mmɔbɔ, Awurade, efisɛ, mewɔ ɔhaw mu; masu ama m’ani yɛ me yaw; mabrɛ dodo. 10 Awerɛhow ama mahaw, na osu atew me nkwa nna so. Me haw ama mayɛ mmerɛw, na me nnompe mpo akisa. 11 M’atamfo nyinaa ne m’afɛfo titiriw bɔ me ahohora; nnipa a wonim me suro me. Sɛ wohu me wɔ kwan so a, woguan. 12 Obiara werɛ afi me te sɛ nea mawu. Mete sɛ biribi a wɔatow akyene. 13 Mete sɛ atamfo ka asomsɛm; ahunahuna atwa me ho ahyia. Wɔrepam me tiri so apɛ me akum me.

14 Nanso mede me ho ato wo so, O Awurade; woyɛ me Nyankopɔn. 15 Daa mehyɛ wo hwɛ ase. Gye me fi m’atamfo ne wɔn a wɔtaa me no nsam.

16 Fa ayamye hwɛ wo somfo. Gye me nkwa wɔ wo dɔ a ɛnsa da no mu. 17 Mefrɛ wo se, Awurade, mma m’anim nngu ase. Mmom ma nnebɔneyɛfo anim ngu ase; ma wɔnkɔ asaman komm. 18 Bɔ atorofo ne ahantanfo ne wɔn a wɔka nsɛm tia atreneefo ano.

19 Nnepa a woakora ama wɔn a wɔhyɛ wo anuonyam no yɛ nwonwa. Obiara nim sɛ wo ye, na wobɔ wɔn a wɔde wɔn ho to wo so ho ban.

20 Wode wɔn sie w’anim dwoodwoo fi nnipa nsusuw bɔne ho. Woka wɔn hyɛ wo nwini ase yi wɔn fi atamfo kasatia mu. 21 Kamfo Awurade! Sɛ ɛba sɛ wɔatwa me ho ahyia aba me so no, ne dɔ a oyi no adi kyerɛ me no yɛ nwonwa.

22 Misuroe, na misusuwii sɛ wapam me afi n’anim. Nanso bere a misu frɛɛ no se ɔmmɛboa me no, ɔtee me su.

23 Mo a mugye Awurade di no nyinaa monnɔ no. Awurade bɔ nea ogye no di no ho ban, na ɔtwe ahantanfo aso sɛnea ɛfata wɔn. 24 Mo a mowɔ anidaso wɔ Awurade mu no, monyɛ den. Mo bo nyɛ duru.

Amplified Bible

Psalm 31

A Psalm of Complaint and of Praise.

To the Chief Musician. A Psalm of David.

1In You, O Lord, I have placed my trust and taken refuge;
Let me never be [a]ashamed;
In Your righteousness rescue me.

Incline Your ear to me, deliver me quickly;
Be my rock of refuge,
And a strong fortress to save me.

Yes, You are my rock and my fortress;
For Your name’s sake You will lead me and guide me.

You will draw me out of the net that they have secretly laid for me,
For You are my strength and my stronghold.

[b]Into Your hand I commit my spirit;
You have redeemed me, O Lord, the God of truth and faithfulness.

I hate those who pay regard to vain (empty, worthless) idols;
But I trust in the Lord [and rely on Him with unwavering confidence].

I will rejoice and be glad in Your steadfast love,
Because You have seen my affliction;
You have taken note of my life’s distresses,

And You have not given me into the hand of the enemy;
You have set my feet in a broad place.

Be gracious and compassionate to me, O Lord, for I am in trouble;
My eye is clouded and weakened by grief, my soul and my body also.
For my life is spent with sorrow
And my years with sighing;
My strength has failed because of my iniquity,
And even my body has wasted away.
Because of all my enemies I have become a reproach and disgrace,
Especially to my neighbors,
And an object of dread to my acquaintances;
Those who see me on the street run from me.
I am forgotten like a dead man, out of mind;
I am like a broken vessel.
For I have heard the slander and whispering of many,
Terror is on every side;
While they schemed together against me,
They plotted to take away my life.

But as for me, I trust [confidently] in You and Your greatness, O Lord;
I said, “You are my God.”
My times are in Your hands;
Rescue me from the hand of my enemies and from those who pursue and persecute me.
Make Your face shine upon Your servant;
Save me in Your lovingkindness.
Let me not be put to shame, O Lord, for I call on You;
Let the wicked (godless) be put to shame, let them be silent in Sheol (the nether world, the place of the dead).
Let the lying lips be mute,
Which speak insolently and arrogantly against the [consistently] righteous
With pride and contempt.

How great is Your goodness,
Which You have stored up for those who [reverently] fear You,
Which You have prepared for those who take refuge in You,
[c]Before the sons of man!
In the secret place of Your presence You hide them from the plots and conspiracies of man;
You keep them secretly in a shelter (pavilion) from the strife of tongues.
Blessed be the Lord,
For He has shown His marvelous favor and lovingkindness to me [when I was assailed] in a besieged city.
As for me, I said in my alarm,
“I am cut off from Your eyes.”
Nevertheless You heard the voice of my supplications (specific requests)
When I cried to You [for help].

O love the Lord, all you His godly ones!
The Lord preserves the faithful [those with moral and spiritual integrity]
And fully repays the [self-righteousness of the] arrogant.
Be strong and let your hearts take courage,
All you who wait for and confidently expect the Lord.

Notas al pie

  1. Psalm 31:1 I.e. have my expectations in Your goodness be disappointed.
  2. Psalm 31:5 The ancient rabbis made this statement a bedtime prayer.
  3. Psalm 31:19 I.e. human beings.