New International Version - UK

Psalm 66

Psalm 66

For the director of music. A song. A psalm.

Shout for joy to God, all the earth!
    Sing the glory of his name;
    make his praise glorious.
Say to God, ‘How awesome are your deeds!
    So great is your power
    that your enemies cringe before you.
All the earth bows down to you;
    they sing praise to you,
    they sing the praises of your name.’[a]

Come and see what God has done,
    his awesome deeds for mankind!
He turned the sea into dry land,
    they passed through the waters on foot –
    come, let us rejoice in him.
He rules for ever by his power,
    his eyes watch the nations –
    let not the rebellious rise up against him.

Praise our God, all peoples,
    let the sound of his praise be heard;
he has preserved our lives
    and kept our feet from slipping.
10 For you, God, tested us;
    you refined us like silver.
11 You brought us into prison
    and laid burdens on our backs.
12 You let people ride over our heads;
    we went through fire and water,
    but you brought us to a place of abundance.

13 I will come to your temple with burnt offerings
    and fulfil my vows to you –
14 vows my lips promised and my mouth spoke
    when I was in trouble.
15 I will sacrifice fat animals to you
    and an offering of rams;
    I will offer bulls and goats.

16 Come and hear, all you who fear God;
    let me tell you what he has done for me.
17 I cried out to him with my mouth;
    his praise was on my tongue.
18 If I had cherished sin in my heart,
    the Lord would not have listened;
19 but God has surely listened
    and has heard my prayer.
20 Praise be to God,
    who has not rejected my prayer
    or withheld his love from me!

Notas al pie

  1. Psalm 66:4 The Hebrew has Selah (a word of uncertain meaning) here and at the end of verses 7 and 15.

Nkwa Asem

Nnwom 66

Ayeyi ne aseda dwom

1Nnipa nyinaa, momfa ahosɛpɛw nto ayeyi dwom mma Onyankopɔn! Monto, nkamfo ne din. Monkamfo n’anuonyam!

Munse Onyankopɔn se, “Wo nsa ano nnwuma yɛ nwonwa. Wo tumi so kosi sɛ w’atamfo de suro kotow w’anim. Obiara a ɔwɔ asase so kotow wo. Wɔto dwom de kamfo wo; wɔto dwom de kamfo wo din. Mommra mmɛhwɛ nea Onyankopɔn ayɛ; anwonwade a wayɛ wɔ nnipa mu. Ɔmaa ɛpo yɛɛ asase kesee; yɛn nenanom de wɔn nan twaa asu no. Ɛhɔ na nea ɔyɛe no nti, yɛn ani gyei.

Ne tumi nti, odi hene daa daa, na ɔde n’ani nso hwɛ aman so. Mma dɔm nnsɔre nntia no.

Aman nyinaa, monkamfo yɛn Nyankopɔn; momma wɔnte mo nkamfo no. Wama yɛte nkwa mu na ɔmma ho kwan mma yɛnhwe ase. 10 Onyankopɔn, woasɔ yɛn ahwɛ. Sɛnea ogya hoa dwetɛ ho no, saa ara na woasɔ yɛn ahwɛ. 11 Womaa firi yii yɛn na wode nnosoa a ɛyɛ duru guu yɛn akyi. 12 Womaa yɛn atamfo twiw faa yɛn so. Yɛfaa ogya ne nsuyiri mu, nanso mprempren wode yɛn abedu baabi a asomdwoe wɔ.

13 Mede ɔhyew afɔre bɛba wo fi; mede nea mehyɛɛ wo ho bɔ no bɛma wo. 14 Mede nea mekae se mede bɛma wo bere a na mewɔ ɔhaw mu no, bɛma wo. 15 Mɛma oguan, na wɔahyew no afɔremuka no so. Mede anantwinini ne mmirekyi bɛbɔ afɔre no, na wusiw no akɔ soro tee.

16 Mo a mohyɛ Onyankopɔn anuonyam nyinaa mommra mmetie, na mɛka nea wayɛ ama me akyerɛ mo. 17 Misu frɛɛ no sɛ ɔmmoa me; metoo nnwom kamfoo no. 18 Sɛ midii me bɔne akyi a, anka Awurade rentie me. 19 Nanso, nokwarem, Onyankopɔn atie me, watie me mpaebɔ.

20 Mekamfo Onyankopɔn efisɛ, wampo me mpaebɔ na wannyae ne dɔ a ɔde dɔ me daa no.