Okukoowoola olw’Okuddaabiriza Ennyumba ya Mukama
11:1 a Ezr 4:24 b Ezr 5:1 c Mat 1:12-13 d Ezr 5:3 e Ezr 2:2 f 1By 6:15; Ezr 3:2Mu mwaka ogwokubiri ogw’okufuga kwa kabaka Daliyo, ku lunaku olusooka mu mwezi ogw’omukaaga, ekigambo kya Mukama ne kijjira nnabbi Kaggayi okutegeeza Zerubbaberi mutabani wa Seyalutyeri, ow’essaza lya Yuda, ne Yoswa mutabani wa Yekozadaaki kabona asinga obukulu nti:
2Bw’ati bw’ayogera Mukama ow’eggye nti, “Abantu bano boogera nti, ‘Ekiseera tekinnatuuka okuddaabiriza ennyumba ya Mukama.’ ”
31:3 Ezr 5:1Awo ekigambo kya Mukama ne kijjira nnabbi Kaggayi nga kyogera nti; 41:4 a 2Sa 7:2 b nny 9; Yer 33:12“Kino kye kiseera mmwe okubeera mu nnyumba zammwe enkole obulungi, naye ennyumba eyo n’erekebwa nga kifulukwa?”
51:5 Kgb 3:40Kale nno bw’ati bw’ayogera Mukama ow’Eggye nti, “Mweddeko ku neeyisa yammwe. 61:6 a Ma 28:38 b Kag 2:16; Zek 8:10Musimbye bingi naye ne mukungula bitono; mulya naye temukkuta; munywa naye ennyonta tebaggwaako; mwambala naye temubuguma; mukolera empeera naye ze mukoze muziteeka mu nsawo ejjudde ebituli.”
7Bw’ati bw’ayogera Mukama ow’Eggye nti, “Mweddeko ku neeyisa yammwe. 81:8 Zab 132:13-14Mwambuke mu nsozi muleeteyo embaawo muzimbe ennyumba ngisanyukire, ngulumizibwe,” bw’ayogera Mukama. 91:9 nny 4“Mwasuubira bingi, naye mulaba bwe muvuddemu ebitono. Bye mwaleeta eka, nabifuumuula. Mumanyi ensonga? bw’ayogera Mukama ow’Eggye. Kubanga buli muntu afa ku nnyumba ye naye ennyumba yange mugigayaaliridde. 101:10 Lv 26:19; Ma 28:23Eggulu kyerivudde liziyizibwa okuleeta omusulo, n’ettaka n’okuleeta ne litaleeta bibala byalyo. 111:11 a Ma 28:22; 1Bk 17:1 b Kag 2:17Nasindika ekyeya ku nnimiro ne ku nsozi, ku mmere ey’empeke ne ku wayini omuggya, ku mafuta ne ku buli bibala eby’ettaka, ku bantu ne ku nsolo, ne ku mirimu gyonna egy’engalo.”
121:12 a nny 1 b nny 14; Is 1:9; Kag 2:2 c Is 50:10 d Ma 31:12Awo Zerubbaberi mutabani wa Seyalutyeri, ne Yoswa mutabani wa Yekozadaaki, ye yali kabona asinga obukulu, n’abantu bonna abaasigalawo ne bagondera eddoboozi lya Mukama Katonda waabwe, n’obubaka bwa nnabbi Kaggayi, kubanga Mukama Katonda waabwe ye yamutuma. Abantu ne batya Mukama.
131:13 Mat 28:20; Bar 8:31Awo Kaggayi omubaka wa Mukama n’ategeeza abantu obubaka obwava eri Mukama nti, “Ndi wamu nammwe,” bw’ayogera Mukama. 141:14 a Ezr 5:2 b nny 12Awo Mukama n’akubiriza omutima gwa Zerubbaberi mutabani wa Seyalutyeri, ow’essaza lya Yuda, n’omutima gwa Yoswa mutabani wa Yekozadaaki, kabona asinga obukulu, n’emitima egy’abantu bonna abaasigalawo, ne bajja ne batandika omulimu ku nnyumba ya Mukama ow’Eggye, Katonda waabwe, 151:15 nny 1ku lunaku olw’amakumi abiri mu ennya mu mwezi ogw’omukaaga mu mwaka ogwokubiri ogw’okufuga kwa kabaka Daliyo.
Haggai Tells His People to Rebuild the Lord’s Temple
1A message from the Lord came to Haggai the prophet. Haggai gave it to Zerubbabel and Joshua. Zerubbabel was governor of Judah and the son of Shealtiel. Joshua was high priest and the son of Jozadak. The message came on the first day of the sixth month of the second year that Darius was king of Persia. Here is what Haggai said.
2Here is what the Lord who rules over all says. “The people of Judah say, ‘It’s not yet time to rebuild the Lord’s temple.’ ”
3So the message from the Lord came to me. The Lord said, 4“My temple is still destroyed. But you are living in your houses that have beautiful wooden walls.”
5The Lord who rules over all says, “Think carefully about how you are living. 6You have planted many seeds. But the crops you have gathered are small. So you eat. But you never have enough. You drink. But you are never full. You put on your clothes. But you are not warm. You earn your pay. But it will not buy everything you need.”
7He continues, “Think carefully about how you are living. 8Go up into the mountains. Bring logs down. Use them to rebuild the temple, my house. Then I will enjoy it. And you will honor me,” says the Lord. 9“You expected a lot. But you can see what a small amount it turned out to be. I blew away what you brought home. I’ll tell you why,” announces the Lord who rules over all. “Because my temple is still destroyed. In spite of that, each one of you is busy with your own house. 10So because of what you have done, the heavens have held back the dew. And the earth has not produced its crops. 11I ordered the rain not to fall on the fields and mountains. Then the ground did not produce any grain. There were not enough grapes to make fresh wine. The trees did not bear enough olives to make oil. People and cattle suffered. All your hard work failed.”
12Zerubbabel was the son of Shealtiel. Joshua the high priest was the son of Jozadak. They obeyed the Lord their God. So did all the Lord’s people who were still left alive. The Lord had given his message to them through me. He had sent me to speak to them. And the people had respect for him.
13Haggai was the Lord’s messenger. So Haggai gave the Lord’s message to the people. He told them, “The Lord announces, ‘I am with you.’ ” 14So the Lord stirred up the spirits of Zerubbabel, the governor of Judah, and Joshua the high priest. The Lord also stirred up the rest of the people to help them. Then everyone began to work on the temple of the Lord who rules over all. He is their God. 15It was the 24th day of the sixth month.
The New Temple Will Be Beautiful
In the second year of King Darius,