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Job 5 Beibl William Morgan (BWM)

Galw yn awr, od oes neb a etyb i ti, ac at bwy o’r saint y troi di? Canys dicllondeb a ladd yr ynfyd, a chenfigen a ladd yr annoeth. Mi a welais yr ynfyd yn gwreiddio: ac a felltithiais ei drigfa ef yn ddisymwth. Ei feibion ef a bellheir oddi wrth iachawdwriaeth: dryllir hwynt hefyd yn y porth, ac nid oes gwaredydd. Yr hwn y bwyty y newynog ei gynhaeaf, wedi iddo ei gymryd o blith drain, a’r sychedig a lwnc eu cyfoeth. Er na ddaw cystudd allan o’r pridd, ac na flagura gofid allan o’r ddaear: Ond dyn a aned i flinder, fel yr eheda gwreichionen i fyny. Eto myfi a ymgynghorwn â Duw: ac ar Dduw y rhoddwn fy achos: Yr hwn sydd yn gwneuthur pethau mawrion ac anchwiliadwy; rhyfeddol heb rifedi: 10 Yr hwn sydd yn rhoddi glaw ar wyneb y ddaear; ac yn danfon dyfroedd ar wyneb y meysydd: 11 Gan osod rhai isel mewn uchelder; fel y dyrchefir y galarus i iachawdwriaeth. 12 Efe sydd yn diddymu amcanion y cyfrwys, fel na allo eu dwylo ddwyn dim i ben. 13 Efe sydd yn dal y doethion yn eu cyfrwystra: a chyngor y cyndyn a ddiddymir. 14 Lliw dydd y cyfarfyddant â thywyllwch, a hwy a balfalant hanner dydd megis lliw nos. 15 Yr hwn hefyd a achub y tlawd rhag y cleddyf, rhag eu safn hwy, a rhag llaw y cadarn. 16 Felly y mae gobaith i’r tlawd, ac anwiredd yn cau ei safn. 17 Wele, gwyn ei fyd y dyn a geryddo Duw; am hynny na ddiystyra gerydd yr Hollalluog. 18 Canys efe a glwyfa, ac a rwym: efe a archolla, a’i ddwylo ef a iachânt. 19 Mewn chwech o gyfyngderau efe ’th wared di; ie, mewn saith ni chyffwrdd drwg â thi. 20 Mewn newyn efe a’th wared rhag marwolaeth: ac mewn rhyfel rhag nerth y cleddyf. 21 Rhag ffrewyll tafod y’th guddir; ac nid ofni rhag dinistr pan ddelo. 22 Mewn dinistr a newyn y chwerddi; ac nid ofni rhag bwystfilod y ddaear. 23 Canys â cherrig y maes y byddi mewn cynghrair; a bwystfil y maes hefyd fydd heddychol â thi. 24 A thi a gei wybod y bydd heddwch yn dy luest: a thi a ymweli â’th drigfa, ac ni phechi. 25 A chei wybod hefyd mai lluosog fydd dy had, a’th hiliogaeth megis gwellt y ddaear. 26 Ti a ddeui mewn henaint i’r bedd, tel y cyfyd ysgafn o ŷd yn ei amser. 27 Wele hyn, ni a’i chwiliasom, felly y mae: gwrando hynny, a gwybydd er dy fwyn dy hun.

Beibl William Morgan (BWM)

William Morgan Welsh Bible Edition © British & Foreign Bible Society 1992.

Job 5 New International Version (NIV)

“Call if you will, but who will answer you?
    To which of the holy ones will you turn?
Resentment kills a fool,
    and envy slays the simple.
I myself have seen a fool taking root,
    but suddenly his house was cursed.
His children are far from safety,
    crushed in court without a defender.
The hungry consume his harvest,
    taking it even from among thorns,
    and the thirsty pant after his wealth.
For hardship does not spring from the soil,
    nor does trouble sprout from the ground.
Yet man is born to trouble
    as surely as sparks fly upward.

“But if I were you, I would appeal to God;
    I would lay my cause before him.
He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed,
    miracles that cannot be counted.
10 He provides rain for the earth;
    he sends water on the countryside.
11 The lowly he sets on high,
    and those who mourn are lifted to safety.
12 He thwarts the plans of the crafty,
    so that their hands achieve no success.
13 He catches the wise in their craftiness,
    and the schemes of the wily are swept away.
14 Darkness comes upon them in the daytime;
    at noon they grope as in the night.
15 He saves the needy from the sword in their mouth;
    he saves them from the clutches of the powerful.
16 So the poor have hope,
    and injustice shuts its mouth.

17 “Blessed is the one whom God corrects;
    so do not despise the discipline of the Almighty.[a]
18 For he wounds, but he also binds up;
    he injures, but his hands also heal.
19 From six calamities he will rescue you;
    in seven no harm will touch you.
20 In famine he will deliver you from death,
    and in battle from the stroke of the sword.
21 You will be protected from the lash of the tongue,
    and need not fear when destruction comes.
22 You will laugh at destruction and famine,
    and need not fear the wild animals.
23 For you will have a covenant with the stones of the field,
    and the wild animals will be at peace with you.
24 You will know that your tent is secure;
    you will take stock of your property and find nothing missing.
25 You will know that your children will be many,
    and your descendants like the grass of the earth.
26 You will come to the grave in full vigor,
    like sheaves gathered in season.

27 “We have examined this, and it is true.
    So hear it and apply it to yourself.”

Footnotes:

  1. Job 5:17 Hebrew Shaddai; here and throughout Job
New International Version (NIV)

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