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约翰福音 11:55-12:19Chinese Standard Bible (Simplified) (CSBS)

55 犹太人的逾越节快到了。许多人从乡下上耶路撒冷去,要在节日前洁净自己。 56 他们寻找耶稣,站在圣殿里彼此谈论说:“你们怎么看,他绝不会来过节吧?” 57 原来,祭司长们和法利赛人早就下令,如果有人知道耶稣在哪里,就要报告,好抓住他。

在伯大尼被膏抹

12 逾越节前六天,耶稣来到[a]拉撒路所在的伯大尼,就是他使拉撒路从死人中复活的地方。 有些人在那里为耶稣预备晚餐,玛妲正伺候着。拉撒路也在与耶稣坐席的人当中。 这时候,玛丽亚拿了一斤[b]极其贵重的纯哪哒香液,膏抹耶稣的脚,又用自己的头发擦干,屋子里就充满了香液的气味。

他的一个门徒,就是后来要出卖耶稣的那个加略犹大却说: “为什么不把这香液卖三百个银币[c]去分给穷人呢?” 他说这话,并不是因为顾念穷人,而是因为他是个贼。他管钱包,常常拿走其中所存的。

耶稣说:“由她吧!她是为我安葬的日子而保存的。 要知道,你们总是有穷人与你们在一起,但你们不总是有我。”

决定杀害拉撒路

有一大群犹太人知道耶稣在那里,就来了。他们不仅是为了耶稣的缘故,也是为了看拉撒路,就是耶稣使他从死人中复活的那个人。 10 于是祭司长们就商议,连拉撒路也要杀掉, 11 因为有许多犹太人为了拉撒路的缘故,离开他们,信了耶稣。

光荣进圣城

12 第二天,一大群上来过节的人听说耶稣要来到耶路撒冷 13 就拿着棕榈树枝出去迎接他,欢呼说:

“和散那!
奉主名而来的那一位,
以色列的王啊,
是蒙祝福的!”[d]

14 耶稣找来一头驴驹,骑在上面,正如经上所记: 15 锡安的女儿啊,不要怕!看哪,你的王骑着驴驹来了!”[e]

16 耶稣的门徒们当初不明白这些事,等到耶稣得了荣耀以后,才想起这些话是指着他写的,人们果然向他做了这些事。 17 当耶稣呼唤拉撒路从坟墓中出来,使他从死人中复活的时候,那些与耶稣在一起的众人就见证了这件事。 18 众人之所以也去迎接他,是因为他们听说他行了这神迹。

19 于是法利赛人互相说:“可见你们真没用!看,这世界都跟随他去了。”

Footnotes:

  1. 约翰福音 12:1 有古抄本附“曾经死过的”。
  2. 约翰福音 12:3 一斤——原文为“1力揣”;或译作“1磅”。力揣=罗马磅;1力揣=0.34公斤。
  3. 约翰福音 12:5 三百个银币——原文为“300得拿利”。1得拿利=约1日工资的罗马银币。
  4. 约翰福音 12:13 《诗篇》118:25-26。
  5. 约翰福音 12:15 《撒迦利亚书》9:9。
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约翰福音 11:55-12:19Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified) (CCB)

55 犹太人的逾越节快到了,有很多人从乡下上耶路撒冷,预备在过节前洁净自己。 56 他们四处寻找耶稣,又彼此在圣殿里谈论:“你们怎么想?祂不会来过节吧?” 57 当时祭司长和法利赛人早已下令,如果有人知道耶稣在哪里,就来报告,他们好去抓祂。

香膏抹脚

12 逾越节前六天,耶稣来到伯大尼,就是祂叫拉撒路从死里复活的村子。 村里有人为耶稣预备了晚饭,拉撒路也与耶稣同席,玛大在旁边伺候。 玛丽亚拿出一瓶[a]珍贵的纯哪哒香膏来抹耶稣的脚,又用自己的头发去擦,屋里顿时充满了香气。

有一个门徒,就是将要出卖耶稣的加略人犹大说: “为什么不把香膏卖三百个银币[b]去周济穷人呢?” 他这样说不是因为他真的关心穷人,其实他是个贼,常常借管钱的机会中饱私囊。

耶稣说:“由她吧!她这是为我安葬作预备。 因为你们身边总会有穷人,可是你们身边不会总有我。”

有许多犹太人知道耶稣在那里,就来看祂,不单是为了看耶稣,也想看看从死里复活的拉撒路。 10 于是,祭司长计划连拉撒路也杀掉, 11 因为有许多犹太人因为拉撒路的缘故离开他们,去信了耶稣。

光荣进圣城

12 第二天,很多上来过节的人听见耶稣快到耶路撒冷了, 13 就拿着棕树枝出去迎接祂,并且高声欢呼:

“和散那[c]
奉主名来的以色列王当受称颂!”

14 那时,耶稣找到一头驴驹,就骑上它,正如圣经记载:

15 “锡安的居民啊,不要害怕!
你的君王骑着驴驹来了。”

16 起初门徒不明白这些事,后来耶稣得了荣耀,他们才想起圣经上这些有关耶稣的记载果然在祂身上应验了。 17 那些亲眼看见耶稣叫拉撒路复活、走出坟墓的人不断传扬这件事。 18 许多听过耶稣行这神迹的人都去迎接祂。 19 法利赛人彼此议论说:“我们真是枉费心思!你看,整个世界都跟着祂跑了。”

Footnotes:

  1. 12:3 一瓶”希腊文是“一罗马磅”,约325克。
  2. 12:5 三百个银币”相当于当时一个人一年的工钱。
  3. 12:13 和散那”原意是“拯救我们”,此处有“赞美”的意思。
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約 翰 福 音 11:55-12:19Chinese New Testament: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV-ZH)

55 犹太人的逾越节快到了,许多人都离家前往耶路撒冷,赶在节日前洁净自己。 56 他们到处寻找耶稣,他们站在大殿院里相互询问道∶“你怎么认为呢?他到底来不来过逾越节?” 57 但是,祭司长和法利赛人下令,凡是知道耶稣下落的人要立即报告,以便逮捕他。

一位女子荣耀耶稣

12 逾越节的前六天,耶稣来到伯大尼,即拉撒路住的地方。耶稣曾使他死而复生。 在那里他们为耶稣准备了晚饭,马大在旁边伺候着。拉撒路也和其他人一起与耶稣围坐在桌边。 马利亚拿来一罐昂贵的纯哪哒香膏,抹在耶稣的脚上,然后,又用她的头发为他擦干脚,屋子里充满了香气。 耶稣的一位门徒—加略人犹大,他就是后来出卖了耶稣的人,说道: “为什么不把香膏卖了,它值一年的工钱呢,然后把钱分给穷人呢?” 犹大这么说,并非出于对穷人的关心,而是因为他是个小偷,因为他经管钱箱,所以经常从里面偷偷摸摸拿点钱。

耶稣说∶“别打扰她,随她吧,她是在为我的葬礼那天作准备。 你们会总会和穷人在一起,但你们却不会常有我。”

杀害拉撒路的阴谋

许多来过逾越节的犹太人,发现耶稣在伯大尼。他们去那里不仅是为了看耶稣,也是为了看耶稣起死回生的拉撒路。 10 因此,祭司长也策划要杀害拉撒路。 11 因为拉撒路之事,许多犹太人离开他们的首领,信仰了耶稣。

耶稣像王一样进入耶路撒冷

12 第二天,许多来过节的人听说耶稣要来耶路撒冷, 13 都拿着棕榈枝去欢迎他,呼喊着:

“和撒那!祝福奉主的名义而来的人!
祝福以色列王!”

14 耶稣找来一头驴,骑在上面,正如《经》上所记载的那样:

15 “不要害怕,锡安城 [a]
你们的国王来了!
他骑着一匹驴驹。”

16 开始,耶稣的门徒不明白这些事情,直到耶稣得到荣耀后,他们才记起《经》对他的记载,而且他们果然按经上所说的那样对待了他。

人们谈论耶稣

17 当耶稣把拉撒路从坟墓召出,把他从死亡里救活时,周围有许多人,这些人把这件事传开了, 18 许多人因为听说他所行的这个奇迹,都出来迎接他、 19 因此,法利赛人彼此说道∶“瞧!我们一事无成。全世界的人都追随他去了。”

Footnotes:

  1. 約 翰 福 音 12:15 锡安城: 直译为锡安城的女儿,即耶路撒冷。
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约翰福音 11:55-12:19Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Simplified) (CUVMPS)

55 犹太人的逾越节近了,有许多人从乡下上耶路撒冷去,要在节前洁净自己。 56 他们就寻找耶稣,站在殿里彼此说:“你们的意思如何,他不来过节吗?” 57 那时,祭司长和法利赛人早已吩咐说,若有人知道耶稣在哪里,就要报明,好去拿他。

马利亚用香膏抹主

12 逾越节前六日,耶稣来到伯大尼,就是他叫拉撒路从死里复活之处。 有人在那里给耶稣预备筵席,马大伺候,拉撒路也在那同耶稣坐席的人中。 马利亚就拿着一斤极贵的真哪哒香膏,抹耶稣的脚,又用自己的头发去擦,屋里就满了膏的香气。 有一个门徒,就是那将要卖耶稣的加略犹大 说:“这香膏为什么不卖三十两银子周济穷人呢?” 他说这话,并不是挂念穷人,乃因他是个贼,又带着钱囊,常取其中所存的。 耶稣说:“由她吧!她是为我安葬之日存留的。 因为常有穷人和你们同在,只是你们不常有我。”

有许多犹太人知道耶稣在那里,就来了,不但是为耶稣的缘故,也是要看他从死里所复活的拉撒路 10 但祭司长商议连拉撒路也要杀了, 11 因有好些犹太人为拉撒路的缘故,回去信了耶稣。

主骑驴进耶路撒冷

12 第二天,有许多上来过节的人听见耶稣将到耶路撒冷 13 就拿着棕树枝出去迎接他,喊着说:“和散那!奉主名来的以色列王是应当称颂的!” 14 耶稣得了一个驴驹,就骑上,如经上所记的说: 15 锡安的民[a]哪,不要惧怕!你的王骑着驴驹来了。” 16 这些事门徒起先不明白,等到耶稣得了荣耀以后,才想起这话是指着他写的,并且众人果然向他这样行了。 17 当耶稣呼唤拉撒路,叫他从死复活出坟墓的时候,同耶稣在那里的众人就作见证。 18 众人因听见耶稣行了这神迹,就去迎接他。 19 法利赛人彼此说:“看哪,你们是徒劳无益,世人都随从他去了!”

Footnotes:

  1. 约翰福音 12:15 “民”原文作“女子”。
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John 11:55-12:19New Living Translation (NLT)

55 It was now almost time for the Jewish Passover celebration, and many people from all over the country arrived in Jerusalem several days early so they could go through the purification ceremony before Passover began. 56 They kept looking for Jesus, but as they stood around in the Temple, they said to each other, “What do you think? He won’t come for Passover, will he?” 57 Meanwhile, the leading priests and Pharisees had publicly ordered that anyone seeing Jesus must report it immediately so they could arrest him.

Jesus Anointed at Bethany

12 Six days before the Passover celebration began, Jesus arrived in Bethany, the home of Lazarus—the man he had raised from the dead. A dinner was prepared in Jesus’ honor. Martha served, and Lazarus was among those who ate[a] with him. Then Mary took a twelve-ounce jar[b] of expensive perfume made from essence of nard, and she anointed Jesus’ feet with it, wiping his feet with her hair. The house was filled with the fragrance.

But Judas Iscariot, the disciple who would soon betray him, said, “That perfume was worth a year’s wages.[c] It should have been sold and the money given to the poor.” Not that he cared for the poor—he was a thief, and since he was in charge of the disciples’ money, he often stole some for himself.

Jesus replied, “Leave her alone. She did this in preparation for my burial. You will always have the poor among you, but you will not always have me.”

When all the people[d] heard of Jesus’ arrival, they flocked to see him and also to see Lazarus, the man Jesus had raised from the dead. 10 Then the leading priests decided to kill Lazarus, too, 11 for it was because of him that many of the people had deserted them[e] and believed in Jesus.

Jesus’ Triumphant Entry

12 The next day, the news that Jesus was on the way to Jerusalem swept through the city. A large crowd of Passover visitors 13 took palm branches and went down the road to meet him. They shouted,

“Praise God![f]
Blessings on the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
Hail to the King of Israel!”[g]

14 Jesus found a young donkey and rode on it, fulfilling the prophecy that said:

15 “Don’t be afraid, people of Jerusalem.[h]
Look, your King is coming,
    riding on a donkey’s colt.”[i]

16 His disciples didn’t understand at the time that this was a fulfillment of prophecy. But after Jesus entered into his glory, they remembered what had happened and realized that these things had been written about him.

17 Many in the crowd had seen Jesus call Lazarus from the tomb, raising him from the dead, and they were telling others[j] about it. 18 That was the reason so many went out to meet him—because they had heard about this miraculous sign. 19 Then the Pharisees said to each other, “There’s nothing we can do. Look, everyone[k] has gone after him!”

Footnotes:

  1. 12:2 Or who reclined.
  2. 12:3 Greek took 1 litra [327 grams].
  3. 12:5 Greek worth 300 denarii. A denarius was equivalent to a laborer’s full day’s wage.
  4. 12:9 Greek Jewish people; also in 12:11.
  5. 12:11 Or had deserted their traditions; Greek reads had deserted.
  6. 12:13a Greek Hosanna, an exclamation of praise adapted from a Hebrew expression that means “save now.”
  7. 12:13b Ps 118:25-26; Zeph 3:15.
  8. 12:15a Greek daughter of Zion.
  9. 12:15b Zech 9:9.
  10. 12:17 Greek were testifying.
  11. 12:19 Greek the world.
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约翰福音 2:13-25Chinese Standard Bible (Simplified) (CSBS)

洁净圣殿

13 犹太人的逾越节快到了,耶稣上耶路撒冷去。 14 他看见圣殿里有卖牛、羊、鸽子的,还有兑换银币的人坐在那里。 15 耶稣就用绳子做了一条鞭子,把所有的牛、羊都从圣殿里赶出去,倒出兑换银币之人的银币,并推翻了他们的桌子, 16 又对卖鸽子的人说:“把这些东西从这里拿走!不要把我父的殿当成做买卖的地方!”

17 他的门徒们就想起经上记着:“我为你的殿,心火焚烧。”[a]

18 于是那些犹太人问耶稣说:“你做这些事,有什么权柄的[b]凭据给我们看呢?”

19 耶稣回答说:“你们把这圣所毁了吧!三天内我要把它建起来。”

20 那些犹太人说:“这圣所建了四十六年,而你能在三天内把它建起来吗?”

21 其实耶稣所说的圣所,就是指他自己的身体。 22 当他从死人中复活以后,他的门徒们才想起他说过这话,就相信了经上的话和耶稣所说的话。

23 当耶稣在耶路撒冷过逾越节的时候,许多人看见他所行的这些神迹,就信了他的名。 24 但耶稣自己却信不过他们,因为他了解所有的人。 25 他也不需要谁来见证人的事,因为他知道人里面是什么。

Footnotes:

  1. 约翰福音 2:17 《诗篇》69:9。
  2. 约翰福音 2:18 权柄的——辅助词语。
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约翰福音 2:13-25Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified) (CCB)

洁净圣殿

13 犹太人的逾越节快到了,耶稣便上耶路撒冷去。 14 祂看见圣殿区有人在卖牛羊和鸽子,还有人在兑换银币, 15 就用绳索做成鞭子把牛羊赶出去,倒掉钱商的银币,推翻他们的桌子, 16 又对卖鸽子的说:“把这些东西拿出去!不要把我父的殿当作市场。” 17 祂的门徒想起圣经上说:“我对你的殿充满炙热的爱。”

18 当时,犹太人质问祂:“你给我们显什么神迹来证明你有权这样做?”

19 耶稣回答说:“你们拆毁这座殿,我三天之内会把它重建起来。”

20 他们说:“这座殿用了四十六年才建成,你三天之内就要把它重建起来吗?” 21 其实耶稣说的殿是指自己的身体, 22 所以等到祂从死里复活以后,祂的门徒想起这句话,就相信了圣经和耶稣所传的道。

23 耶稣在耶路撒冷过逾越节期间,许多人看见祂行的神迹,就信了祂。 24 耶稣却不信任他们,因为祂洞悉万人。 25 不用别人告诉祂,祂也深知人的内心。

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約 翰 福 音 2:13-25Chinese New Testament: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV-ZH)

13 快到犹太人的逾越节时,耶稣便启程前往耶路撒冷。 14 在大殿院里,他看到人们在那里卖牛、羊、鸽子,还有一些人坐在桌边为人们兑换钱币, 15 所以,耶稣就用绳子做成一条鞭子,把他们连牛、羊一起都赶了出去,还掀翻了兑换钱币的人的桌子,把钱币撒了一地。 16 然后他又对卖鸽子的人说∶“把这些东西全都拿出去!不要把我父的大殿当成集市!”

17 他的门徒想起《经》上的话:

“对您的大殿的热情,
将把我吞噬掉。”

18 犹太人对耶稣说∶“你用什么奇迹向我们显示你有权做这些事情呢?”

19 耶稣对他们说∶“拆毁这座大殿,我将在三天之内把它重建起来。”

20 犹太人说∶“我们花了四十六年才建成它,你三天之内就能重建它吗?”

21 其实,耶稣所说的大殿,是指他自己的身体。 22 耶稣复活后,他的门徒们想起了他说过的话,他们便相信了《经》和耶稣的话。

23 耶稣在耶路撒冷过逾越节期间,许多人看到耶稣所行的奇迹,就都信仰了他。 24 但是耶稣却信不过他们, 25 因为他了解人的内心,他不需要任何人告诉他关于人类的事情,因为他知道人类的内心。

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约翰福音 2:13-25Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Simplified) (CUVMPS)

洁净圣殿

13 犹太人的逾越节近了,耶稣就上耶路撒冷去。 14 看见殿里有卖牛、羊、鸽子的,并有兑换银钱的人坐在那里, 15 耶稣就拿绳子做成鞭子,把牛羊都赶出殿去,倒出兑换银钱之人的银钱,推翻他们的桌子, 16 又对卖鸽子的说:“把这些东西拿去,不要将我父的殿当做买卖的地方!” 17 他的门徒就想起经上记着说:“我为你的殿心里焦急,如同火烧。”

耶稣以殿譬己身

18 因此犹太人问他说:“你既做这些事,还显什么神迹给我们看呢?” 19 耶稣回答说:“你们拆毁这殿,我三日内要再建立起来。” 20 犹太人便说:“这殿是四十六年才造成的,你三日内就再建立起来吗?” 21 但耶稣这话是以他的身体为殿。 22 所以到他从死里复活以后,门徒就想起他说过这话,便信了圣经和耶稣所说的。

23 当耶稣在耶路撒冷过逾越节的时候,有许多人看见他所行的神迹,就信了他的名。 24 耶稣却不将自己交托他们,因为他知道万人, 25 也用不着谁见证人怎样,因他知道人心里所存的。

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John 2:13-25New Living Translation (NLT)

Jesus Clears the Temple

13 It was nearly time for the Jewish Passover celebration, so Jesus went to Jerusalem. 14 In the Temple area he saw merchants selling cattle, sheep, and doves for sacrifices; he also saw dealers at tables exchanging foreign money. 15 Jesus made a whip from some ropes and chased them all out of the Temple. He drove out the sheep and cattle, scattered the money changers’ coins over the floor, and turned over their tables. 16 Then, going over to the people who sold doves, he told them, “Get these things out of here. Stop turning my Father’s house into a marketplace!”

17 Then his disciples remembered this prophecy from the Scriptures: “Passion for God’s house will consume me.”[a]

18 But the Jewish leaders demanded, “What are you doing? If God gave you authority to do this, show us a miraculous sign to prove it.”

19 “All right,” Jesus replied. “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.”

20 “What!” they exclaimed. “It has taken forty-six years to build this Temple, and you can rebuild it in three days?” 21 But when Jesus said “this temple,” he meant his own body. 22 After he was raised from the dead, his disciples remembered he had said this, and they believed both the Scriptures and what Jesus had said.

Jesus and Nicodemus

23 Because of the miraculous signs Jesus did in Jerusalem at the Passover celebration, many began to trust in him. 24 But Jesus didn’t trust them, because he knew all about people. 25 No one needed to tell him about human nature, for he knew what was in each person’s heart.

Footnotes:

  1. 2:17 Or “Concern for God’s house will be my undoing.” Ps 69:9.
New Living Translation (NLT)

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