Nueva Versión Internacional

Salmos 76

Al director musical. Acompáñese con instrumentos de cuerda. Salmo de Asaf. Cántico.

1Dios es conocido en Judá;
    su nombre es exaltado en Israel.
En Salén se halla su santuario;
    en Sión está su morada.
Allí hizo pedazos las centelleantes saetas,
    los escudos, las espadas, las armas de guerra. Selah

Estás rodeado de esplendor;
    eres más imponente que las montañas eternas.[a]
Los valientes yacen ahora despojados;
    han caído en el sopor de la muerte.
Ninguno de esos hombres aguerridos
    volverá a levantar sus manos.
Cuando tú, Dios de Jacob, los reprendiste,
    quedaron pasmados jinetes y corceles.
Tú, y solo tú, eres de temer.
    ¿Quién puede hacerte frente
    cuando se enciende tu enojo?
Desde el cielo diste a conocer tu veredicto;
    la tierra, temerosa, guardó silencio
cuando tú, oh Dios, te levantaste para juzgar,
    para salvar a los pobres de la tierra. Selah
10 La furia del hombre se vuelve tu alabanza,
    y los que sobrevivan al castigo te harán fiesta.[b]
11 Hagan votos al Señor su Dios, y cúmplanlos;
    que todos los países vecinos
    paguen tributo al Dios temible,
12 al que acaba con el valor de los gobernantes,
    ¡al que es temido por los reyes de la tierra!

Notas al pie

  1. 76:4 montañas eternas (LXX); montañas donde hay presa (TM).
  2. 76:10 te harán fiesta (LXX); los ceñirás (TM).

New International Reader's Version

Psalm 76

Psalm 76

For the director of music. A psalm of Asaph. A song to be played on stringed instruments.

In the land of Judah, God is well known.
    In Israel, his name is great.
His tent is in Jerusalem.
    The place where he lives is on Mount Zion.
There he broke the deadly arrows of his enemies.
    He broke their shields and swords.
    He broke their weapons of war.

God, you shine like a very bright light.
    You are more majestic than mountains full of wild animals.
Brave soldiers have been robbed of everything they had.
    Now they lie there, sleeping in death.
    Not one of them can even lift his hands.
God of Jacob, at your command
    both horse and chariot lie still.
People should have respect for you alone.
    Who can stand in front of you when you are angry?
From heaven you handed down your sentence.
    The land was afraid and became quiet.
God, that happened when you rose up to judge.
    It happened when you came to save all your suffering people in the land.
10 Your anger against sinners brings you praise.
    Those who live through your anger gather to worship you.

11 Make promises to the Lord your God and keep them.
    Let all the neighboring nations
    bring gifts to the God who should be respected.
12 He breaks the proud spirit of rulers.
    The kings of the earth have respect for him.