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路加福音 15:11-32Chinese New Version (Simplified) (CNVS)

浪子的比喻

11 耶稣又说:“某人有两个儿子。 12 小儿子对父亲说:‘爸爸,请把我应得的家业给我。’父亲就把财产分给他们两兄弟。 13 过了不多几天,小儿子收拾一切,到远方去了,在那里生活放荡,浪费钱财。 14 他花尽了一切所有的,那地方又遇上了严重的饥荒,就穷困起来; 15 于是他去投靠当地的一个居民。那人打发他到田里去放猪, 16 他恨不得吃猪所吃的豆荚,可是没有人给他。 17 他醒悟过来,说:‘我父亲有那么多雇工,又有丰富的食物,我却要在这里饿死吗? 18 我要起来,到我父亲那里去,对他说:爸爸,我得罪了天,也得罪了你, 19 不配再称为你的儿子,把我当作一个雇工吧!’ 20 于是他起来往父亲那里去。他还在远处时,他父亲看见了他,就动了慈心,跑过去抱着他,连连与他亲吻。 21 儿子说:‘爸爸,我得罪了天,也得罪了你,不配再称为你的儿子。’ 22 父亲却吩咐仆人说:‘快把那最好的袍子拿来给他穿,把戒指戴在他手上,把鞋穿在他脚上, 23 把肥牛犊牵来宰了,我们要吃喝快乐, 24 因为我这儿子是死而复活、失而又得的。’他们就欢乐起来。

25 “那时,大儿子正在田里。他回来离家不远的时候,听见音乐跳舞的声音, 26 就叫了一个仆人来,问他这是怎么一回事。 27 仆人说:‘你弟弟回来了,你父亲因为他平安无恙地回来,就宰了肥牛犊。’ 28 大儿子就生气,不肯进去;父亲出来劝他。 29 他对父亲说:‘你看,我服事你这么多年,从来没有违背过你的命令,可是你没有给我一只山羊羔,叫我和朋友一同欢乐。 30 但你这个儿子,常常跟娼妓在一起,花尽了你的财产,他一回来,你倒为他宰杀肥牛犊!’ 31 父亲对他说:‘孩子,你常跟我在一起,我的一切都是你的。 32 只是因为你这个弟弟是死而复活、失而又得的,我们应该欢喜快乐。’”

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路加福音 15:11-32Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified) (CCB)

浪子回头

11 耶稣又说:“某人有两个儿子。 12 小儿子对父亲说,‘父亲,请你把我应得的家产分给我。’父亲就把财产分给了两个儿子。

13 “没过几天,小儿子带着他所有的财物出门远游去了。他终日在外花天酒地,挥金如土, 14 很快囊空如洗,又遇到严重的饥荒,就陷入困境, 15 只好投靠一个当地人。那人派他到田里去放猪, 16 他饿到恨不得拿喂猪的豆荚充饥,可是连这些也没有人给他。 17 最后,他醒悟过来,心想,‘在我父亲家里,连雇工的口粮都绰绰有余,我现在却要在这里饿死吗? 18 我要动身回到我父亲身边,对他说,父亲,我得罪了天,也得罪了你, 19 今后,我再也不配做你的儿子,请把我当作雇工看待吧。’ 20 于是他动身回家。

“他父亲远远地看见他,就动了慈心,跑上前去抱着他连连亲吻。 21 小儿子说,‘父亲,我得罪了天,也得罪了你,今后,我再也不配做你的儿子。’

22 “父亲却对奴仆说,‘赶快拿最好的袍子来给他穿上,给他戴上戒指,穿上鞋, 23 把那只肥牛犊牵来宰了,让我们一同欢宴庆祝! 24 因我这儿子是死而复活、失而复得的。’于是他们欢宴庆祝。

25 “那时,大儿子正在田间。当他回来还没到门口,就听见家里传出奏乐跳舞的声音。 26 他叫来一个奴仆问个究竟。

27 “奴仆回答说,‘你弟弟回来了!你父亲因他无灾无难地回来,特地宰了那只肥牛犊。’ 28 大儿子很生气,不肯进去。父亲就出来劝他。

29 “他对父亲说,‘你看,我伺候你这么多年,从来没有违背过你的命令,可是你没有给过我一只羊羔,让我和朋友一同欢宴。 30 但你这个儿子在娼妓身上耗尽家财,一回来,你倒为他宰了肥牛犊!’

31 “父亲对他说,‘孩子啊!你一直在我身边,我所有的一切都是你的。 32 可是你弟弟是死而复活、失而复得的,所以我们应该欢喜快乐。’”

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路 加 福 音 15:11-32Chinese New Testament: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV-ZH)

两个儿子的故事

11 耶稣又说∶“从前,一个人有两个儿子, 12 一天,小儿子对父亲说∶‘父亲,把属于我的那份产业分给我吧。’父亲就把财产分给了两个儿子。 13 不久以后,小儿子带上他所有的东西,离家到一个遥远的国家去了。在那里,他过着放荡的生活,挥霍了他所有的金钱。 14 他花尽了所有的一切时,偏偏又赶上那个国家闹饥荒,此时,他一贫如洗。 15 于是他不得不去给那个国家的一个公民当雇工。那人打发他到地里去放猪。 16 他真恨不得用喂猪的豆荚来充饥,可是,连豆荚也没人给他。 17 这时,他开始省悟过来,说:我父亲手下有那么多雇工,每个人都有很多吃的东西,可我在这里都快饿死了! 18 我得动身,去见父亲,对他说∶‘父亲,我对上帝有罪,也对您有罪, 19 我不配再被称为您的儿子了,就让我做您的长工吧!’ 20 所以,他动身到他父亲那里去了。

小儿子回来了

“这个儿子离家还很远的时候,他的父亲便望见了他,他父亲心里充满了怜爱,跑到儿子面前,搂住儿子的脖子,不停地亲吻他。 21 儿子对他父亲说∶‘父亲,我对上帝有罪,对您也做了错事,所以,我不配再被称为您的儿子了。’ 22 但是,父亲却对他的仆人说∶‘你们快去拿来最好的衣裳给他穿上,把戒指给他戴上,拿鞋给他穿上, 23 再把那头养得最肥的小牛牵来宰了,让咱们庆贺一番, 24 因为,我的儿子死而复活、失而复得的!’听罢,大家便开始欢呼庆祝起来。

大儿子的不满

25 “当时,他的大儿子正在田里。他回来走近房子时,听见了音乐和跳舞的声音, 26 就叫过来一个仆人,问他这是怎么回事, 27 仆人对他说∶‘你弟弟回来了,你父亲宰了那头肥牛犊,因为你弟弟安然无恙的回来了。’ 28 大儿子听了,非常生气,不肯进屋去。他的父亲出来,劝他进去。 29 但是,他却对父亲说∶‘你看,这些年来,我一直伺候着您,从来没有违背过你!可您连一只山羊也没有给过我,让我与朋友们一起欢庆一番, 30 可是您这个儿子,把您的钱财都花在了妓女的身上,可他回来时,您却为他宰了那头肥牛犊!’ 31 父亲对他说∶‘我的儿啊,你总是和我在一起,我所有的一切都是你的。 32 可现在咱们应该高兴,应该庆祝,因为你弟弟死而复活,失而复得了!’”

Chinese New Testament: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV-ZH)

Copyright © 2004 by World Bible Translation Center

路加福音 15:11-32Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Simplified) (CUVMPS)

浪子的比喻

11 耶稣又说:“一个人有两个儿子。 12 小儿子对父亲说:‘父亲,请你把我应得的家业分给我。’他父亲就把产业分给他们。 13 过了不多几日,小儿子就把他一切所有的都收拾起来,往远方去了。在那里任意放荡,浪费资财。 14 既耗尽了一切所有的,又遇着那地方大遭饥荒,就穷苦起来。 15 于是去投靠那地方的一个人,那人打发他到田里去放猪。 16 他恨不得拿猪所吃的豆荚充饥,也没有人给他。 17 他醒悟过来,就说:‘我父亲有多少的雇工,口粮有余,我倒在这里饿死吗? 18 我要起来,到我父亲那里去,向他说:“父亲,我得罪了天,又得罪了你。 19 从今以后,我不配称为你的儿子,把我当做一个雇工吧!”’ 20 于是起来,往他父亲那里去。相离还远,他父亲看见,就动了慈心,跑去抱着他的颈项,连连与他亲嘴。 21 儿子说:‘父亲,我得罪了天,又得罪了你。从今以后,我不配称为你的儿子。’ 22 父亲却吩咐仆人说:‘把那上好的袍子快拿出来给他穿,把戒指戴在他指头上,把鞋穿在他脚上, 23 把那肥牛犊牵来宰了,我们可以吃喝快乐! 24 因为我这个儿子是死而复活,失而又得的。’他们就快乐起来。 25 那时,大儿子正在田里。他回来,离家不远,听见作乐跳舞的声音, 26 便叫过一个仆人来,问是什么事。 27 仆人说:‘你兄弟来了,你父亲因为得他无灾无病地回来,把肥牛犊宰了。’ 28 大儿子却生气,不肯进去。他父亲就出来劝他。 29 他对父亲说:‘我服侍你这多年,从来没有违背过你的命,你并没有给我一只山羊羔,叫我和朋友一同快乐。 30 但你这个儿子和娼妓吞尽了你的产业,他一来了,你倒为他宰了肥牛犊!’ 31 父亲对他说:‘儿啊!你常和我同在,我一切所有的都是你的。 32 只是你这个兄弟是死而复活、失而又得的,所以我们理当欢喜快乐。’”

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Copyright © 2011 by Global Bible Initiative

Luke 15:11-32New Living Translation (NLT)

Parable of the Lost Son

11 To illustrate the point further, Jesus told them this story: “A man had two sons. 12 The younger son told his father, ‘I want my share of your estate now before you die.’ So his father agreed to divide his wealth between his sons.

13 “A few days later this younger son packed all his belongings and moved to a distant land, and there he wasted all his money in wild living. 14 About the time his money ran out, a great famine swept over the land, and he began to starve. 15 He persuaded a local farmer to hire him, and the man sent him into his fields to feed the pigs. 16 The young man became so hungry that even the pods he was feeding the pigs looked good to him. But no one gave him anything.

17 “When he finally came to his senses, he said to himself, ‘At home even the hired servants have food enough to spare, and here I am dying of hunger! 18 I will go home to my father and say, “Father, I have sinned against both heaven and you, 19 and I am no longer worthy of being called your son. Please take me on as a hired servant.”’

20 “So he returned home to his father. And while he was still a long way off, his father saw him coming. Filled with love and compassion, he ran to his son, embraced him, and kissed him. 21 His son said to him, ‘Father, I have sinned against both heaven and you, and I am no longer worthy of being called your son.[a]

22 “But his father said to the servants, ‘Quick! Bring the finest robe in the house and put it on him. Get a ring for his finger and sandals for his feet. 23 And kill the calf we have been fattening. We must celebrate with a feast, 24 for this son of mine was dead and has now returned to life. He was lost, but now he is found.’ So the party began.

25 “Meanwhile, the older son was in the fields working. When he returned home, he heard music and dancing in the house, 26 and he asked one of the servants what was going on. 27 ‘Your brother is back,’ he was told, ‘and your father has killed the fattened calf. We are celebrating because of his safe return.’

28 “The older brother was angry and wouldn’t go in. His father came out and begged him, 29 but he replied, ‘All these years I’ve slaved for you and never once refused to do a single thing you told me to. And in all that time you never gave me even one young goat for a feast with my friends. 30 Yet when this son of yours comes back after squandering your money on prostitutes, you celebrate by killing the fattened calf!’

31 “His father said to him, ‘Look, dear son, you have always stayed by me, and everything I have is yours. 32 We had to celebrate this happy day. For your brother was dead and has come back to life! He was lost, but now he is found!’”

Footnotes:

  1. 15:21 Some manuscripts add Please take me on as a hired servant.
New Living Translation (NLT)

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