New Living Translation

Psalm 45

Psalm 45

For the choir director: A love song to be sung to the tune “Lilies.” A psalm[a] of the descendants of Korah.

Beautiful words stir my heart.
    I will recite a lovely poem about the king,
    for my tongue is like the pen of a skillful poet.

You are the most handsome of all.
    Gracious words stream from your lips.
    God himself has blessed you forever.
Put on your sword, O mighty warrior!
    You are so glorious, so majestic!
In your majesty, ride out to victory,
    defending truth, humility, and justice.
    Go forth to perform awe-inspiring deeds!
Your arrows are sharp, piercing your enemies’ hearts.
    The nations fall beneath your feet.

Your throne, O God,[b] endures forever and ever.
    You rule with a scepter of justice.
You love justice and hate evil.
    Therefore God, your God, has anointed you,
    pouring out the oil of joy on you more than on anyone else.
Myrrh, aloes, and cassia perfume your robes.
    In ivory palaces the music of strings entertains you.
Kings’ daughters are among your noble women.
    At your right side stands the queen,
    wearing jewelry of finest gold from Ophir!

10 Listen to me, O royal daughter; take to heart what I say.
    Forget your people and your family far away.
11 For your royal husband delights in your beauty;
    honor him, for he is your lord.
12 The princess of Tyre[c] will shower you with gifts.
    The wealthy will beg your favor.
13 The bride, a princess, looks glorious
    in her golden gown.
14 In her beautiful robes, she is led to the king,
    accompanied by her bridesmaids.
15 What a joyful and enthusiastic procession
    as they enter the king’s palace!

16 Your sons will become kings like their father.
    You will make them rulers over many lands.
17 I will bring honor to your name in every generation.
    Therefore, the nations will praise you forever and ever.

Notas al pie

  1. 45:Title Hebrew maskil. This may be a literary or musical term.
  2. 45:6 Or Your divine throne.
  3. 45:12 Hebrew The daughter of Tyre.

Nkwa Asem

Nnwom 45

Ɔdehye Ayeforohyia Dwom

1Nsɛm a ɛyɛ dɛ hyɛ m’adwene ma bere a merehyehyɛ saa dwom yi ama ɔhene no. Ɛte sɛ ɔkyerɛwfo pa kyerɛwdua, anwensɛm ayɛ pɛ me tɛkrɛma so.

W’ahoɔfɛ twa mmarima nyinaa mu. Wo kasa yɛ dɛ. Onyankopɔn ahyira wo daa. Fa wo nkrante, ɔhene kɛse; w’anim yɛ nyam na woyɛ otumfoɔ. Kɔ w’anim tumi ne nkonimdi so fa bɔ nokware ne papa ho ban. W’ahoɔden bɛma woadi nkonim akɛse! Wo bɛmma ano yɛ nnam; ɛwowɔ w’atamfo koma mu; aman hwe ase wɔ wo nan ase. Ahemman a Onyankopɔn de ama wo no bɛtena hɔ daa daa. Wode nokware di wo nkurɔfo so; wodɔ ade trenee na wukyi ade bɔne. Ɛno nti na Onyankopɔn, wo Nyankopɔn ayi wo de ahotɔ ahyira wo asen ɔhene biara no.

Kurobow ne pɛperɛ hua wɔ wo ntade mu. Nnwomhyehyɛfo gye w’ani wɔ ahemfi a wɔde asonse asiesie hɔ no mu. Ahemfo mmabea na wɔka mmea a wɔwɔ wo fi ho, na w’ahengua nifa so na ɔhemmea gyina a ɔhyɛ sikakɔkɔɔ a ɛyɛ fɛ yiye agude. 10 Ɔhene yere ayeforo, tie asɛm a meka; ma wo werɛ mfi wo nkurɔfo ne w’abusuafo. 11 W’ahoɔfɛ bɛma ɔhene adɔ wo; ɔno ne wo wura, enti ɛsɛ sɛ wutie no. 12 Nnipa a wofi Tiro bɛbrɛ wo akyɛde. Adefo bɛdɛfɛdɛfɛ wo.

13 Ɔhene babea no wɔ ahemfi hɔ. Ne ho yɛ fɛ papa bi. Wɔde sikakɔkɔɔ asaawa na ɛpam n’atade. 14 Ɔhyɛ n’atade pa yi na wɔde no kɔmaa ɔhene a n’ayeforo mmaawa di n’akyi a, wɔde wɔn nyinaa kɔmaa ɔhene no. 15 Wɔde ahosɛpɛw ne anigye na ɛkɔɔ ɔhene no ahemfi hɔ. 16 Wo, me hene, wobɛwo mma bebree a wobedi wɔn nenanom ade sɛ ahemfo, na wobɛyɛ wɔn adedifo wɔ asase so nyinaa.

17 Me dwom yi bɛma din a woagye no atena hɔ daa daa, na obiara bɛkamfo wo nna a ɛreba no nyinaa mu.