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诗篇 22 Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Simplified) (CUVMPS)

遇极苦时之祈祷

22 大卫的诗,交于伶长。调用朝鹿。

我的神!我的神!为什么离弃我?为什么远离不救我,不听我唉哼的言语?
我的神啊,我白日呼求,你不应允;夜间呼求,并不住声。
但你是圣洁的,是用以色列的赞美为宝座[a]的。
我们的祖宗倚靠你,他们倚靠你,你便解救他们。
他们哀求你便蒙解救,他们倚靠你就不羞愧。
但我是虫,不是人,被众人羞辱,被百姓藐视。
凡看见我的都嗤笑我,他们撇嘴摇头,说:
“他把自己交托耶和华,耶和华可以救他吧!耶和华既喜悦他,可以搭救他吧!”
但你是叫我出母腹的,我在母怀里,你就使我有倚靠的心。
10 我自出母胎就被交在你手里,从我母亲生我,你就是我的神。
11 求你不要远离我,因为急难临近了,没有人帮助我。
12 有许多公牛围绕我,巴珊大力的公牛四面困住我。
13 它们向我张口,好像抓撕吼叫的狮子。
14 我如水被倒出来,我的骨头都脱了节,我心在我里面如蜡熔化。
15 我的精力枯干,如同瓦片,我的舌头贴在我牙床上。你将我安置在死地的尘土中。
16 犬类围着我,恶党环绕我,他们扎了我的手、我的脚。
17 我的骨头我都能数过,他们瞪着眼看我。
18 他们分我的外衣,为我的里衣拈阄。
19 耶和华啊,求你不要远离我!我的救主啊,求你快来帮助我!
20 求你救我的灵魂脱离刀剑,救我的生命[b]脱离犬类!
21 救我脱离狮子的口!你已经应允我,使我脱离野牛的角。

谢主恩佑之称颂

22 我要将你的名传于我的弟兄,在会中我要赞美你。

23 你们敬畏耶和华的人,要赞美他!雅各的后裔,都要荣耀他!以色列的后裔,都要惧怕他!
24 因为他没有藐视、憎恶受苦的人,也没有向他掩面,那受苦之人呼吁的时候,他就垂听。
25 我在大会中赞美你的话是从你而来的,我要在敬畏耶和华的人面前还我的愿。
26 谦卑的人必吃得饱足,寻求耶和华的人必赞美他。愿你们的心永远活着!
27 地的四极都要想念耶和华,并且归顺他,列国的万族都要在你面前敬拜。
28 因为国权是耶和华的,他是管理万国的。
29 地上一切丰肥的人必吃喝而敬拜,凡下到尘土中不能存活自己性命的人,都要在他面前下拜。
30 他必有后裔侍奉他,主所行的事必传于后代。
31 他们必来把他的公义传给将要生的民,言明这事是他所行的。

Footnotes:

  1. 诗篇 22:3 “宝座”或作“居所”。
  2. 诗篇 22:20 “生命”原文作“独一者”。
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诗篇 22 Chinese New Version (Simplified) (CNVS)

受苦的人的呼求与感恩

大卫的诗,交给诗班长,调用“黎明的鹿”。

22 我的 神!我的 神!你为甚么离弃我?

为甚么远离不救我,不听我呻吟的话呢?

我的 神啊!我日间呼求,你不应允;

在晚上我还是不停止。

但你是圣洁的,

是用以色列的赞美为宝座的。

我们的列祖倚靠你,

他们倚靠你,你就救他们。

他们向你哀求,就得拯救;

他们倚靠你,就不失望。

但我是虫,不是人,

是世上所羞辱的,也是众人所藐视的。

看见我的,都嘲笑我;

他们撇着嘴,摇着头,说:

“他既然把自己交托耶和华,

就让耶和华搭救他吧!

耶和华既然喜悦他,就让耶和华拯救他吧!”

然而,是你使我从母腹中出来的;

我在母亲的怀里,你就使我有倚靠的心。

10 我自出母胎,就被交托给你;

我一出母腹,你就是我的 神。

11 求你不要远离我,因为灾难临近了,

却没有人帮助我。

12 有许多公牛围着我,

巴珊强壮的公牛困住了我。

13 他们向我大大地张嘴,

像抓撕吼叫的狮子。

14 我好象水被倾倒出去,

我全身的骨头都散脱了,

我的心在我里面像蜡融化。

15 我的精力像瓦片一样枯干,

我的舌头紧黏着上颚,

你把我放在死亡的尘土中。

16 犬类围着我,

恶党环绕我,

他们扎了(按照《马索拉文本》,“他们扎了”作“像狮子”;现参照《七十士译本》等古译本翻译)我的手我的脚。

17 我能数算我全身的骨头,

他们却瞪着眼看我。

18 他们彼此分了我的外衣,

又为我的内衣抽签。

19 至于你,耶和华啊!求你不要远离我;

我的力量啊!求你快来帮助我。

20 求你搭救我的性命脱离刀剑,

搭救我的生命脱离恶狗的爪。

21 求你拯救我脱离狮子的口,

拯救我脱离野牛的角。

你已经应允了我。

22 我要向我的兄弟宣扬你的名,

我要在聚会中赞美你。

23 敬畏耶和华的人哪!你们要赞美他;

雅各所有的后裔啊!你们都要尊敬他;

以色列所有的后裔啊!你们都要惧怕他。

24 因为他不轻看,不厌恶受苦的人的痛苦,也没有掩面不顾他;

受苦的人呼求的时候,他就垂听。

25 在大会中,我赞美你的话是从你而来的;

在敬畏耶和华的人面前,我要还我的愿。

26 受苦的人必吃得饱足,

寻求耶和华的人必赞美他,

愿你们的心永远活着!

27 地的四极,都要记念耶和华,并且归向他。

列国的万族,都要在他(“他”有古抄本作“你”)面前敬拜。

28 因为国度是属于耶和华的,

他是掌管万国的。

29 地上所有富足的人,都必吃喝、敬拜;

所有下到尘土中,不再存活的人,

都在他面前屈身下拜。

30 必有后裔服事他,

必有人把主的事向后代述说。

31 他们要把他的公义传给以后出生的民,

说明这是他所作的。

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诗篇 22 Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified) (CCB)

苦难中的呼求和感恩

大卫的诗,交给乐长,调用“朝鹿”。

22 我的上帝,我的上帝,
你为何离弃我?
为何迟迟不来救我,
不听我的哀号呢?
我的上帝啊,
我日夜不停地呼求,
你却没有回应。
然而,你是圣洁的,
你的宝座设立在以色列人的颂赞之上。
我们的祖先信靠你,
他们信靠你,
你就拯救他们。
他们向你呼求,
就得到拯救;
他们信靠你,
就不会失望。

但我好像不是人,只是一条虫,
受尽人的羞辱和藐视。
看见我的人都讥笑我,
他们撇着嘴、摇着头说:
“他信靠耶和华,
让耶和华救他吧!
既然耶和华喜悦他,
让耶和华拯救他吧!”
耶和华啊,
是你使我从母腹中安然出生,
让我在母亲怀里便倚靠你。
10 我一出生就被交托在你手中,
你从我出母胎就是我的上帝。
11 求你不要远离我,
因为危难当头,无人帮我。
12 我被许多仇敌围困,
他们像巴珊的公牛那样强壮。
13 他们张口要吞噬我,
如同吼叫着撕食猎物的狮子。

14 我的力量如水消逝,
我的骨头都脱了节,
我的心如蜡熔化。
15 我的力量枯竭如焦土,
我的舌头发干紧贴上颚。
你把我放在死亡的尘土中。
16 恶人包围我,犹如一群恶犬,
他们刺伤我的手脚。
17 我身上的骨头历历可见,
人们都幸灾乐祸地看着我。
18 他们分我的外衣,
又为我的内衣抽签。
19 耶和华啊,求你不要远离我。
你是我的力量,
求你快来帮助我。
20 求你救我逃脱刀剑之灾,
从这些恶犬的利爪下拯救我的生命。
21 求你救我脱离狮子的口,
使我脱离野牛的角。

22 我要向众弟兄传扬你的名,
在会众当中赞美你。
23 敬畏耶和华的人啊,
你们都要赞美祂,
雅各的后裔都要尊崇祂的名,
以色列的后裔都要敬畏祂。
24 因为祂没有藐视、厌恶苦难中的人,
也没有掩面不顾他们,
而是垂听他们的呼求。

25 我要在大会中赞美你,
在敬畏你的人面前履行我的誓言。
26 穷苦人必得饱足,
寻求耶和华的人必赞美祂,
他们的心要永远欢欣跳跃。
27 普世都要心系耶和华,归向祂,
各国人民都要敬拜祂。
28 因为耶和华是主宰,
祂统治列国。
29 世上的富贵人要敬拜祂,
必归尘土的世人都要敬拜祂。
30 世世代代的人都要事奉祂,
传扬主所行的奇事。
31 他们也要向未来的世代传讲祂的公义作为。

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Psalm 22 New International Version (NIV)

Psalm 22[a]

For the director of music. To the tune of “The Doe of the Morning.” A psalm of David.

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
    Why are you so far from saving me,
    so far from my cries of anguish?
My God, I cry out by day, but you do not answer,
    by night, but I find no rest.[b]

Yet you are enthroned as the Holy One;
    you are the one Israel praises.[c]
In you our ancestors put their trust;
    they trusted and you delivered them.
To you they cried out and were saved;
    in you they trusted and were not put to shame.

But I am a worm and not a man,
    scorned by everyone, despised by the people.
All who see me mock me;
    they hurl insults, shaking their heads.
“He trusts in the Lord,” they say,
    “let the Lord rescue him.
Let him deliver him,
    since he delights in him.”

Yet you brought me out of the womb;
    you made me trust in you, even at my mother’s breast.
10 From birth I was cast on you;
    from my mother’s womb you have been my God.

11 Do not be far from me,
    for trouble is near
    and there is no one to help.

12 Many bulls surround me;
    strong bulls of Bashan encircle me.
13 Roaring lions that tear their prey
    open their mouths wide against me.
14 I am poured out like water,
    and all my bones are out of joint.
My heart has turned to wax;
    it has melted within me.
15 My mouth[d] is dried up like a potsherd,
    and my tongue sticks to the roof of my mouth;
    you lay me in the dust of death.

16 Dogs surround me,
    a pack of villains encircles me;
    they pierce[e] my hands and my feet.
17 All my bones are on display;
    people stare and gloat over me.
18 They divide my clothes among them
    and cast lots for my garment.

19 But you, Lord, do not be far from me.
    You are my strength; come quickly to help me.
20 Deliver me from the sword,
    my precious life from the power of the dogs.
21 Rescue me from the mouth of the lions;
    save me from the horns of the wild oxen.

22 I will declare your name to my people;
    in the assembly I will praise you.
23 You who fear the Lord, praise him!
    All you descendants of Jacob, honor him!
    Revere him, all you descendants of Israel!
24 For he has not despised or scorned
    the suffering of the afflicted one;
he has not hidden his face from him
    but has listened to his cry for help.

25 From you comes the theme of my praise in the great assembly;
    before those who fear you[f] I will fulfill my vows.
26 The poor will eat and be satisfied;
    those who seek the Lord will praise him—
    may your hearts live forever!

27 All the ends of the earth
    will remember and turn to the Lord,
and all the families of the nations
    will bow down before him,
28 for dominion belongs to the Lord
    and he rules over the nations.

29 All the rich of the earth will feast and worship;
    all who go down to the dust will kneel before him—
    those who cannot keep themselves alive.
30 Posterity will serve him;
    future generations will be told about the Lord.
31 They will proclaim his righteousness,
    declaring to a people yet unborn:
    He has done it!

Footnotes:

  1. Psalm 22:1 In Hebrew texts 22:1-31 is numbered 22:2-32.
  2. Psalm 22:2 Or night, and am not silent
  3. Psalm 22:3 Or Yet you are holy, / enthroned on the praises of Israel
  4. Psalm 22:15 Probable reading of the original Hebrew text; Masoretic Text strength
  5. Psalm 22:16 Dead Sea Scrolls and some manuscripts of the Masoretic Text, Septuagint and Syriac; most manuscripts of the Masoretic Text me, / like a lion
  6. Psalm 22:25 Hebrew him
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Psalm 22 The Message (MSG)

A David Psalm

22 1-2 God, God . . . my God!
    Why did you dump me
    miles from nowhere?
Doubled up with pain, I call to God
    all the day long. No answer. Nothing.
I keep at it all night, tossing and turning.

3-5 And you! Are you indifferent, above it all,
    leaning back on the cushions of Israel’s praise?
We know you were there for our parents:
    they cried for your help and you gave it;
    they trusted and lived a good life.

6-8 And here I am, a nothing—an earthworm,
    something to step on, to squash.
Everyone pokes fun at me;
    they make faces at me, they shake their heads:
“Let’s see how God handles this one;
    since God likes him so much, let him help him!”

9-11 And to think you were midwife at my birth,
    setting me at my mother’s breasts!
When I left the womb you cradled me;
    since the moment of birth you’ve been my God.
Then you moved far away
    and trouble moved in next door.
I need a neighbor.

12-13 Herds of bulls come at me,
    the raging bulls stampede,
Horns lowered, nostrils flaring,
    like a herd of buffalo on the move.

14-15 I’m a bucket kicked over and spilled,
    every joint in my body has been pulled apart.
My heart is a blob
    of melted wax in my gut.
I’m dry as a bone,
    my tongue black and swollen.
They have laid me out for burial
    in the dirt.

16-18 Now packs of wild dogs come at me;
    thugs gang up on me.
They pin me down hand and foot,
    and lock me in a cage—a bag
Of bones in a cage, stared at
    by every passerby.
They take my wallet and the shirt off my back,
    and then throw dice for my clothes.

19-21 You, God—don’t put off my rescue!
    Hurry and help me!
Don’t let them cut my throat;
    don’t let those mongrels devour me.
If you don’t show up soon,
    I’m done for—gored by the bulls,
    meat for the lions.

22-24 Here’s the story I’ll tell my friends when they come to worship,
    and punctuate it with Hallelujahs:
Shout Hallelujah, you God-worshipers;
    give glory, you sons of Jacob;
    adore him, you daughters of Israel.
He has never let you down,
    never looked the other way
    when you were being kicked around.
He has never wandered off to do his own thing;
    he has been right there, listening.

25-26 Here in this great gathering for worship
    I have discovered this praise-life.
And I’ll do what I promised right here
    in front of the God-worshipers.
Down-and-outers sit at God’s table
    and eat their fill.
Everyone on the hunt for God
    is here, praising him.
“Live it up, from head to toe.
    Don’t ever quit!”

27-28 From the four corners of the earth
    people are coming to their senses,
    are running back to God.
Long-lost families
    are falling on their faces before him.
God has taken charge;
    from now on he has the last word.

29 All the power-mongers are before him
    —worshiping!
All the poor and powerless, too
    —worshiping!
Along with those who never got it together
    —worshiping!

30-31 Our children and their children
    will get in on this
As the word is passed along
    from parent to child.
Babies not yet conceived
    will hear the good news—
    that God does what he says.

The Message (MSG)

Copyright © 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002 by Eugene H. Peterson

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