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Dibawah ini adalah seluruh isi kitab Injil Yohanes 5 (Yohanes / YOH 5 / John 5 / 요한복음 5)

Terjemahan Baru 1974 아가페 쉬운 성경 1994

[Bahasa Indonesia Sehari Hari 1985]
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[Versi Mudah Dibaca 2006]
5:1-18 = Penyembuhan pada hari Sabat di kolam Betesda
(Mat 8:5-13; Luk 7:1-10)
(1) Sesudah itu ada hari raya orang Yahudi, dan Yesus berangkat ke Yerusalem.(1) 얼마 후, 유대인의 명절이 되어 예수님께서는 예루살렘으로 올라가셨습니다.(1) {The Healing at Bethesda}Later on there was a Jewish feast (festival), and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
(2) Di Yerusalem dekat Pintu Gerbang Domba ada sebuah kolam, yang dalam bahasa Ibrani disebut Betesda; ada lima serambinya(2) 예루살렘에 있는 ‘양의 문’ 근처에 기둥 다섯 개가 있는 연못이 있었습니다. 거기에는 히브리 말로 ‘베데스다’라고 씌어 있었습니다.(2) Now in Jerusalem, near the Sheep Gate, there is a pool, which is called in Hebrew (Jewish Aramaic) Bethesda, having five porticoes (alcoves, colonnades).
(3) dan di serambi-serambi itu berbaring sejumlah besar orang sakit: orang-orang buta, orang-orang timpang dan orang-orang lumpuh, yang menantikan goncangan air kolam itu.(3) 이 곳에는 병약한 사람, 앞 못 보는 사람, 걷지 못하는 사람, 다리를 저는 사람 등 많은 병자들이 누워 있었습니다.(3) In these porticoes lay a great number of people who were sick, blind, lame, withered, [waiting for the stirring of the water;
(4) Sebab sewaktu-waktu turun malaikat Tuhan ke kolam itu dan menggoncangkan air itu; barangsiapa yang terdahulu masuk ke dalamnya sesudah goncangan air itu, menjadi sembuh, apapun juga penyakitnya.(4) (없음)(4) for an angel of the Lord went down into the pool at appointed seasons and stirred up the water; the first one to go in after the water was stirred was healed of his disease.]
(5) Di situ ada seorang yang sudah tiga puluh delapan tahun lamanya sakit.(5) 거기에 삼십팔 년 동안, 병을 앓아온 한 남자가 있었습니다.(5) There was a certain man there who had been ill for thirty-eight years.
(6) Ketika Yesus melihat orang itu berbaring di situ dan karena Ia tahu, bahwa ia telah lama dalam keadaan itu, berkatalah Ia kepadanya: "Maukah engkau sembuh?"(6) 예수님께서는 그 남자가 누워 있는 것을 보시고, 그가 아주 오랫동안 병을 앓아온 사람이라는 것을 아셨습니다. 그래서 그에게 물으셨습니다. “낫기를 원하시오?”(6) When Jesus noticed him lying there [helpless], knowing that he had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, "Do you want to get well?"
(7) Jawab orang sakit itu kepada-Nya: "Tuhan, tidak ada orang yang menurunkan aku ke dalam kolam itu apabila airnya mulai goncang, dan sementara aku menuju ke kolam itu, orang lain sudah turun mendahului aku."(7) 병든 사람이 대답했습니다. “선생님, 물이 움직이기 시작할 때, 제가 연못 안으로 들어갈 수 있게 도와 주는 사람이 없습니다. 제가 물 속으로 들어가려고 하면, 다른 사람이 저보다 앞서서 물 속으로 들어가곤 합니다.”(7) The invalid answered, "Sir, I have no one to put me in the pool when the water is stirred up, and while I am coming [to get into it myself], someone else steps down ahead of me."
(8) Kata Yesus kepadanya: "Bangunlah, angkatlah tilammu dan berjalanlah."(8) 그 때, 예수님께서 말씀하셨습니다. “일어나서 당신의 침상을 들고 걸어가시오.”(8) Jesus said to him, "Get up; pick up your pallet and walk."
(9) Dan pada saat itu juga sembuhlah orang itu lalu ia mengangkat tilamnya dan berjalan. Tetapi hari itu hari Sabat.(9) 그 즉시, 그 남자는 병이 나았습니다. 그는 그의 침상을 들고 걸어가기 시작했습니다. 그런데 그 날은 안식일이었습니다.(9) Immediately the man was healed and recovered his strength, and picked up his pallet and walked. Now that day was the Sabbath.
(10) Karena itu orang-orang Yahudi berkata kepada orang yang baru sembuh itu: "Hari ini hari Sabat dan tidak boleh engkau memikul tilammu."(10) 그래서 유대인들은 병이 나은 그 남자에게 이렇게 말했습니다. “오늘은 안식일이오. 안식일에 당신이 침상을 들고 가는 것은 율법을 어기는 일이오.”(10) So the Jews kept saying to the man who had been healed, "It is the Sabbath, and you are not permitted to pick up your pallet [because it is unlawful]."
(11) Akan tetapi ia menjawab mereka: "Orang yang telah menyembuhkan aku, dia yang mengatakan kepadaku: Angkatlah tilammu dan berjalanlah."(11) 그러자 그 남자가 대답했습니다. “나를 고쳐 주신 분이 나에게 ‘침상을 들고 걸어가거라’ 하고 말씀하셨습니다.”(11) He answered them, "The Man who healed me and gave me back my strength was the One who said to me, 'Pick up your pallet and walk.'"
(12) Mereka bertanya kepadanya: "Siapakah orang itu yang berkata kepadamu: Angkatlah tilammu dan berjalanlah?"(12) “당신에게 침상을 들고 걸어가라고 말한 사람이 도대체 누구요?”라고 유대인들이 다시 물었습니다(12) They asked him, "Who is the Man who told you, 'Pick up your pallet and walk'?"
(13) Tetapi orang yang baru sembuh itu tidak tahu siapa orang itu, sebab Yesus telah menghilang ke tengah-tengah orang banyak di tempat itu.(13) 그러나 병 고침을 받은 사람은 어떤 사람이 자기를 고쳐 주었는지 알 도리가 없었습니다. 왜냐하면 그 곳에는 많은 사람이 있었고, 예수님께서는 이미 군중 속으로 사라진 뒤였기 때문입니다.(13) Now the man who had been healed did not know who it was, for Jesus had slipped away [unnoticed] since there was a crowd in that place.
(14) Kemudian Yesus bertemu dengan dia dalam Bait Allah lalu berkata kepadanya: "Engkau telah sembuh; jangan berbuat dosa lagi, supaya padamu jangan terjadi yang lebih buruk."(14) 얼마 후, 예수님께서는 성전 뜰에서 그 남자를 만나 그에게 말씀하셨습니다. “보시오, 당신은 이제 다시 건강해졌으니, 더 악한 일이 당신에게 닥치지 않게 다시는 죄를 짓지 마시오.”(14) Afterward, Jesus found him in the temple and said to him, "See, you are well! Stop sinning or something worse may happen to you."
(15) Orang itu keluar, lalu menceriterakan kepada orang-orang Yahudi, bahwa Yesuslah yang telah menyembuhkan dia.(15) 그 남자는 그 자리를 떠나 유대인들에게 가서 자신을 고쳐 주신 분이 예수님이라고 말했습니다.(15) The man went away and told the Jews that it was Jesus who had made him well.
(16) Dan karena itu orang-orang Yahudi berusaha menganiaya Yesus, karena Ia melakukan hal-hal itu pada hari Sabat.(16) 예수님께서 안식일에 이러한 일을 하셨기 때문에 유대인들은 예수님을 핍박하기 시작했습니다.(16) For this reason the Jews began to persecute Jesus continually because He was doing these things on the Sabbath.
(17) Tetapi Ia berkata kepada mereka: "Bapa-Ku bekerja sampai sekarang, maka Akupun bekerja juga."(17) 그러나 예수님께서는 그들에게 이렇게 말씀하셨습니다. “내 아버지께서 지금까지 항상 일하시니, 나도 일한다.”(17) But Jesus answered them, "My Father has been working until now [He has never ceased working], and I too am working."
(18) Sebab itu orang-orang Yahudi lebih berusaha lagi untuk membunuh-Nya, bukan saja karena Ia meniadakan hari Sabat, tetapi juga karena Ia mengatakan bahwa Allah adalah Bapa-Nya sendiri dan dengan demikian menyamakan diri-Nya dengan Allah.(18) 이 말 때문에 유대인들은 더더욱 예수님을 죽이려고 안달하였습니다. 그것은 그분이 안식일을 범할 뿐만 아니라 하나님을 자기의 친아버지라고 불러 자기를 하나님과 동등하게 여기고 있기 때문이었습니다.(18) {Jesus' Equality with God}This made the Jews more determined than ever to kill Him, for not only was He breaking the Sabbath [from their viewpoint], but He was also calling God His own Father, making Himself equal with God.
5:19-47 = Kesaksian Yesus tentang diri-Nya
(Mat 8:5-13; Luk 7:1-10)
(19) Maka Yesus menjawab mereka, kata-Nya: "Aku berkata kepadamu, sesungguhnya Anak tidak dapat mengerjakan sesuatu dari diri-Nya sendiri, jikalau tidak Ia melihat Bapa mengerjakannya; sebab apa yang dikerjakan Bapa, itu juga yang dikerjakan Anak.(19) 그러나 예수님께서 말씀하셨습니다. “내가 너희에게 진리를 말한다. 아들은 어느 것 하나도 혼자서 할 수 없다. 아들은 다만 아버지께서 하시는 일을 보고서야 그것을 할 수 있을 따름이다. 그것은 아버지께서 무엇을 행하시든지 아들도 행하기 때문이다.(19) So Jesus answered them by saying, "I assure you and most solemnly say to you, the Son can do nothing of Himself [of His own accord], unless it is something He sees the Father doing; for whatever things the Father does, the Son [in His turn] also does in the same way.
(20) Sebab Bapa mengasihi Anak dan Ia menunjukkan kepada-Nya segala sesuatu yang dikerjakan-Nya sendiri, bahkan Ia akan menunjukkan kepada-Nya pekerjaan-pekerjaan yang lebih besar lagi dari pada pekerjaan-pekerjaan itu, sehingga kamu menjadi heran.(20) 아버지께서는 아들을 사랑하셔서 그분이 하시는 모든 일들을 아들에게 보여 주신다. 너희에게는 놀랄 만한 일이겠지만 아버지께서는 이보다 더 큰 일들을 아들에게 보여 주실 것이다.(20) For the Father dearly loves the Son and shows Him everything that He Himself is doing; and the Father will show Him greater works than these, so that you will be filled with wonder.
(21) Sebab sama seperti Bapa membangkitkan orang-orang mati dan menghidupkannya, demikian juga Anak menghidupkan barangsiapa yang dikehendaki-Nya.(21) 아버지께서 죽은 사람을 부활시키시며 그들에게 생명을 주시는 것처럼 아들도 자기가 원하는 자들에게 생명을 줄 것이다.(21) Just as the Father raises the dead and gives them life [and allows them to live on], even so the Son also gives life to whom He wishes.
(22) Bapa tidak menghakimi siapapun, melainkan telah menyerahkan penghakiman itu seluruhnya kepada Anak,(22) 이뿐 아니라 아버지는 아무도 심판하지 않으시고 심판하는 모든 권한을 아들에게 맡기셨다.(22) For the Father judges no one, but has given all judgment [that is, the prerogative of judging] to the Son [placing it entirely into His hands],
(23) supaya semua orang menghormati Anak sama seperti mereka menghormati Bapa. Barangsiapa tidak menghormati Anak, ia juga tidak menghormati Bapa, yang mengutus Dia.(23) 하나님께서 이렇게 하시는 것은 모든 사람들이 아버지를 존경하듯이 아들도 존경하게 하기 위해서이다. 아들을 존경하지 않는 사람은 아들을 보내신 아버지도 존경하지 않는 것이다.”(23) so that all will give honor (reverence, homage) to the Son just as they give honor to the Father. [In fact] the one who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who has sent Him.
(24) Aku berkata kepadamu: Sesungguhnya barangsiapa mendengar perkataan-Ku dan percaya kepada Dia yang mengutus Aku, ia mempunyai hidup yang kekal dan tidak turut dihukum, sebab ia sudah pindah dari dalam maut ke dalam hidup.(24) “내가 너희에게 진리를 말한다. 누구든지 내 말을 듣고 나를 보내신 분을 믿는 사람은 영원한 생명을 얻었고, 심판을 받지 않을 것이며, 사망에서 생명으로 옮겨졌다.(24) "I assure you and most solemnly say to you, the person who hears My word [the one who heeds My message], and believes and trusts in Him who sent Me, has (possesses now) eternal life [that is, eternal life actually begins—the believer is transformed], and does not come into judgment and condemnation, but has passed [over] from death into life.
(25) Aku berkata kepadamu: Sesungguhnya saatnya akan tiba dan sudah tiba, bahwa orang-orang mati akan mendengar suara Anak Allah, dan mereka yang mendengarnya, akan hidup.(25) 내가 너희에게 진리를 말한다. 죽은 사람이 하나님의 아들의 음성을 들을 때가 올 것인데, 그 때가 바로 지금이다. 그 음성을 듣는 사람들은 살 것이다.(25) {Two Resurrections}I assure you and most solemnly say to you, a time is coming and is [here] now, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who hear it will live.
(26) Sebab sama seperti Bapa mempunyai hidup dalam diri-Nya sendiri, demikian juga diberikan-Nya Anak mempunyai hidup dalam diri-Nya sendiri.(26) 아버지 속에 생명이 있는 것처럼, 아버지께서는 아들에게도 생명을 주어 그 속에 있게 하셨다.(26) For just as the Father has life in Himself [and is self-existent], even so He has given to the Son to have life in Himself [and be self-existent].
(27) Dan Ia telah memberikan kuasa kepada-Nya untuk menghakimi, karena Ia adalah Anak Manusia.(27) 또한 아들이 곧 인자이기 때문에 아버지께서는 아들에게 심판할 수 있는 권한을 주셨다.(27) And He has given Him authority to execute judgment, because He is a Son of Man [sinless humanity, qualifying Him to sit in judgment over mankind].
(28) Janganlah kamu heran akan hal itu, sebab saatnya akan tiba, bahwa semua orang yang di dalam kuburan akan mendengar suara-Nya,(28) 이 말을 한다고 놀라지 마라. 무덤 속에 있는 모든 사람들이 아들의 음성을 들을 때가 올 것이다.(28) Do not be surprised at this; for a time is coming when all those who are in the tombs will hear His voice,
(29) dan mereka yang telah berbuat baik akan keluar dan bangkit untuk hidup yang kekal, tetapi mereka yang telah berbuat jahat akan bangkit untuk dihukum.(29) 선한 일을 한 사람들은 생명을 얻기 위해 부활할 것이며, 악한 일을 한 사람들은 심판을 받기 위해 부활할 것이다.(29) and they will come out—those who did good things [will come out] to a resurrection of [new] life, but those who did evil things [will come out] to a resurrection of judgment [that is, to be sentenced].
(30) Aku tidak dapat berbuat apa-apa dari diri-Ku sendiri; Aku menghakimi sesuai dengan apa yang Aku dengar, dan penghakiman-Ku adil, sebab Aku tidak menuruti kehendak-Ku sendiri, melainkan kehendak Dia yang mengutus Aku.(30) 나는 혼자서는 아무것도 할 수 없다. 나는 내가 듣는 대로만 심판을 한다. 그래서 나의 심판은 의롭다. 나는 내가 하고 싶은 것을 하려 하지 않고, 오직 나를 보내신 분이 원하시는 것을 하려고 애쓴다.”(30) "I can do nothing on my own initiative or authority. Just as I hear, I judge; and My judgment is just (fair, righteous, unbiased), because I do not seek My own will, but only the will of Him who sent Me.
(31) Kalau Aku bersaksi tentang diri-Ku sendiri, maka kesaksian-Ku itu tidak benar;(31) “내가 나 자신에 대하여 증언한다면, 사람들은 내 증거를 참된 증거로 받아들이지 않을 것이다.(31) "If I alone testify about Myself, My testimony is not valid.
(32) ada yang lain yang bersaksi tentang Aku dan Aku tahu, bahwa kesaksian yang diberikan-Nya tentang Aku adalah benar.(32) 그러나 나에 대하여 증언하는 다른 분이 계시니, 나는 그분이 나에 대하여 증언하는 것이 옳다는 것을 안다.”(32) There is another [My Father] who testifies about Me, and I know [without any doubt] that His testimony on My behalf is true and valid.
(33) Kamu telah mengirim utusan kepada Yohanes dan ia telah bersaksi tentang kebenaran;(33) “너희가 요한에게 사람을 보냈고 요한은 너희에게 진실되게 증언하였다.(33) {Testimony of John}You have sent [an inquiry] to John [the Baptist] and he has testified [as an eyewitness] to the truth.
(34) tetapi Aku tidak memerlukan kesaksian dari manusia, namun Aku mengatakan hal ini, supaya kamu diselamatkan.(34) 그렇다고 해서 내가 사람에게서 증언을 받은 것은 아니다. 내가 이런 말을 하는 것은 너희가 구원을 얻을 수 있도록 하기 위해서이다.(34) But the testimony I receive is not from man [a merely human witness]; but I say these things so that you may be saved [that is, have eternal life].
(35) Ia adalah pelita yang menyala dan yang bercahaya dan kamu hanya mau menikmati seketika saja cahayanya itu.(35) 요한은 타오르면서 빛을 내는 등불이었다. 너희는 잠시 요한의 빛 가운데서 기뻐하기를 원했으나(35) John was the lamp that kept on burning and shining [to show you the way], and you were willing for a while to rejoice in his light.
(36) Tetapi Aku mempunyai suatu kesaksian yang lebih penting dari pada kesaksian Yohanes, yaitu segala pekerjaan yang diserahkan Bapa kepada-Ku, supaya Aku melaksanakannya. Pekerjaan itu juga yang Kukerjakan sekarang, dan itulah yang memberi kesaksian tentang Aku, bahwa Bapa yang mengutus Aku.(36) 내게는 요한의 증언보다 더 큰 증언이 있다. 아버지께서 나에게 하라고 주셨고, 지금 내가 행하고 있는 일들이 아버지께서 나를 보내신 것을 증언한다.(36) {Testimony of Works}But the testimony which I have is far greater than the testimony of John; for the works that the Father has given Me to finish—the very same works [that is, the miracles and proofs of My deity] that I am [now] doing—testify about Me, [by providing evidence] that the Father has sent Me.
(37) Bapa yang mengutus Aku, Dialah yang bersaksi tentang Aku. Kamu tidak pernah mendengar suara-Nya, rupa-Nyapun tidak pernah kamu lihat,(37) 나를 보내신 아버지께서 친히 나를 증언해 주셨다. 너희는 지금까지 그분의 음성을 듣지도 않았고, 그분의 모습을 보지도 않았다.(37) {Testimony of the Father}And the Father who sent Me has Himself testified about Me. You have never heard His voice nor seen His form [His majesty and greatness—what He is like].
(38) dan firman-Nya tidak menetap di dalam dirimu, sebab kamu tidak percaya kepada Dia yang diutus-Nya.(38) 또한 너희는 아버지께서 보내신 사람을 믿지 않기 때문에 하나님의 말씀이 너희 속에 머물러 있지도 않는다.(38) You do not have His word (Scripture) abiding in you [actually living in your hearts and minds], because you do not believe in Him whom He has sent.
(39) Kamu menyelidiki Kitab-kitab Suci, sebab kamu menyangka bahwa oleh-Nya kamu mempunyai hidup yang kekal, tetapi walaupun Kitab-kitab Suci itu memberi kesaksian tentang Aku,(39) 너희는 성경에서 영생을 얻을 수 있다고 생각하여 성경을 부지런히 연구하고 있는데, 바로 그 성경이 나를 증언하는 것이다.(39) {Testimony of the Scripture}You search and keep on searching and examining the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and yet it is those [very Scriptures] that testify about Me;
(40) namun kamu tidak mau datang kepada-Ku untuk memperoleh hidup itu.(40) 하지만 너희는 영생을 얻기 위해 나에게 오는 것을 거절하였다.”(40) and still you are unwilling to come to Me so that you may have life.
(41) Aku tidak memerlukan hormat dari manusia.(41) “내가 사람에게서 영광을 받으려는 것이 아니다.(41) I do not receive glory and approval from men;
(42) Tetapi tentang kamu, memang Aku tahu bahwa di dalam hatimu kamu tidak mempunyai kasih akan Allah.(42) 나는 너희가 어떤 사람인지를 안다. 너희에게는 하나님을 사랑하는 마음이 없다.(42) but I know you and recognize that you do not have the love of God in yourselves.
(43) Aku datang dalam nama Bapa-Ku dan kamu tidak menerima Aku; jikalau orang lain datang atas namanya sendiri, kamu akan menerima dia.(43) 나는 나의 아버지로부터 받은 권세를 가지고 왔으나, 너희는 나를 받아들이지 않는다. 그러나 다른 사람이 자기의 권세를 가지고 온다면, 너희는 그를 받아들일 것이다.(43) I have come in My Father's name and with His power, and you do not receive Me [because your minds are closed]; but if another comes in his own name and with no authority or power except his own, you will receive him and give your approval to an imposter.
(44) Bagaimanakah kamu dapat percaya, kamu yang menerima hormat seorang dari yang lain dan yang tidak mencari hormat yang datang dari Allah yang Esa?(44) 너희는 너희끼리 영광받는 것을 좋아하면서도, 하나님께로부터 오는 영광을 얻는 일에는 힘을 쓰지 않으니, 너희가 어떻게 나를 믿을 수 있겠느냐?”(44) How can you believe [in Me], when you [seek and] receive glory and approval from one another, and yet you do not seek the glory and approval which comes from the one and only God?
(45) Jangan kamu menyangka, bahwa Aku akan mendakwa kamu di hadapan Bapa; yang mendakwa kamu adalah Musa, yaitu Musa, yang kepadanya kamu menaruh pengharapanmu.(45) “내가 아버지 앞에서 너희를 고소할 것이라고 생각하지 마라. 너희를 고소하는 사람은 바로 너희가 소망을 두고 있는 모세이다.(45) Do not think that I [am the One who] will accuse you before the Father. There [already] is one who accuses you: Moses, [the very one] in whom you have placed your hope [for salvation].
(46) Sebab jikalau kamu percaya kepada Musa, tentu kamu akan percaya juga kepada-Ku, sebab ia telah menulis tentang Aku.(46) 너희가 모세를 믿었다면, 나를 믿었을 것이다. 왜냐하면 모세가 기록한 것이 나에 관한 것이기 때문이다.(46) For if you believed and relied on [the Scriptures written by] Moses, you would believe Me, for he wrote about Me [personally].
(47) Tetapi jikalau kamu tidak percaya akan apa yang ditulisnya, bagaimanakah kamu akan percaya akan apa yang Kukatakan?"(47) 너희가 모세의 글을 믿지 않는데, 내가 말하는 것을 어떻게 믿을 수 있겠느냐?”(47) But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?"
Yohanes (John)
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Rut
(Ruth)
(룻기 )
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(열왕기상 )
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(2 Kings)
(열왕기하 )
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(역대상)
2 Tawarikh
(2 Chronicles)
(역대하 )
Ezra
(Ezra)
(에스라 )
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(Nehemiah)
(느헤미야)
Ester
(Esther)
(에스더 )
Ayub
(Job)
(욥기 )
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(Psalm)
(시편 )
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(Proverbs)
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(Ecclesiastes)
(전도서 )
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(Song of Solomon)
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Yesaya
(Isaiah)
(이사야 )
Yeremia
(Jeremiah)
(예레미야 )
Ratapan
(Lamentations)
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(Ezekiel)
(에스겔 )
Daniel
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(다니엘 )
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Obaja
(Obadiah)
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(요나)
Mikha
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(미가)
Nahum
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(Habakkuk)
(하박국)
Zafanya
(Zephaniah)
(스바냐)
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(Zechariah)
(스가랴 )
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(Malachi)
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(John)
(요한복음 )
Kisah Para Rasul
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Roma
(Romans)
(로마서 )
1 Korintus
(1 Corinthians)
(고린도전서 )
2 Korintus
(2 Corinthians)
(고린도후서 )
Galatia
(Galatians)
(갈라디아서)
Efesus
(Ephesians)
(에베소서 )
Filipi
(Philippians)
(빌립보서)
Kolose
(Colossians)
(골로새서)
1 Tesalonika
(1 Thessalonians)
(데살로니가전서)
2 Tesalonika
(2 Thessalonians)
(데살로니가후서)
1 Timotius
(1 Timothy)
(디모데전서 )
2 Timotius
(2 Timothy)
(디모데후서)
Titus
(Titus)
(디도서 )
Filemon
(Philemon)
(빌레몬서)
Ibrani
(Hebrews)
(히브리서 )
Yakobus
(James)
(야고보서)
1 Petrus
(1 Peter)
(베드로전서 )
2 Petrus
(2 Peter)
(베드로후서)
1 Yohanes
(1 John)
(요한일서)
2 Yohanes
(2 John)
(요한이서)
3 Yohanes
(3 John)
(요한삼서)
Yudas
(Jude)
(유다서 )
Wahyu
(Revelation)
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