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Romanos

Xmaⁿndye nnˈaⁿ na cwilaˈyuˈ tsjoom Roma

Ja Pablo cwiluiindyo̱ apóstol cwentaaˈ Jesucristo. Jom tyˈioom tsˈiaaⁿ ja na matseixmaⁿya tsˈaⁿ na majñom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom jo nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na nñequiaya ñˈoom naya ˈnaaⁿˈaⁿ cantyja na macwjiˈnˈmaaⁿñê joona.

Matseicwanom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom ñˈoom na macwjiˈnˈmaaⁿñê nnˈaⁿ. Tandyo xuee tˈmo̱o̱ⁿ na ljoˈ nntsˈaaⁿ ñequio ñˈomndyuee profetas. Jlaˈljeiina ñˈoomˈñeeⁿ na ljuˈ laˈxmaⁿnaˈ. Juu ñˈoom nayaˈñeeⁿ matˈuiinaˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Jnaaⁿ, nquii Ta Jesucristo. Cantyja na tsˈaⁿ jom, tuiiñê tsjaaⁿ ˈnaaⁿˈ rey David na jndyowicantyjooˈ. Jnda̱ chii tˈmo̱ⁿ Espíritu Santo na Jnda Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom juu ndoˈ waa najndeii. Teitquiooˈ naljoˈ ee jnda̱ na tueˈ tandoˈxco quiiˈntaaⁿ lˈoo. Ndoˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ jom macandaya naya na matseixmaⁿ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na majñoom ja tsˈiaaⁿ ˈnaaⁿˈaⁿ jo nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ chaˈwaa tsjoomnancue. Ee lˈue tsˈoom na meiⁿquiayuucheⁿ caliu nnˈaⁿ na tˈmaⁿ waa na jnda̱ sˈaaⁿ, cha calaˈyuˈya nˈomna ndoˈ calaˈcanda̱na jo nnoom. Mati mañˈoomnaˈ ˈo, ee maqueeⁿˈñê ˈo na calaˈxmaⁿˈyoˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Jesucristo.

Matseicwano̱ⁿ cartawaa na mˈaⁿˈ chaˈtsondyoˈ ˈo na candyaˈ tsˈom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na mˈaⁿˈyoˈ Roma, na maqueeⁿˈñê na cwiluiindyoˈ cwentaaⁿˈaⁿ. Nquii Tsotya̱a̱ya Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom ñequio Ta Jesucristo quiana na tjaa ñomtiuu cˈomˈyoˈ jo nda̱a̱na ñequio naya na laxmaⁿna.

Ñeˈcjaacandoˈ Pablo nnˈaⁿ na cwilaˈyuˈ Roma

Najndyee ncˈe Jesucristo, mañequiaya na quianlˈuaaˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈomya cantyja ˈnaⁿˈyoˈ. Ee meiⁿyuucheⁿ na mawa̱ya, ya ñˈoom cwilaˈneiⁿ nnˈaⁿ cantyja na cwilaˈyuˈya ñˈomˈyoˈ ñˈeⁿñê. Manoomˈm na mayuˈa na ticjo̱meintyja̱a̱ˈa na macaⁿˈa nnoom na cateijneiⁿ ˈo. Mˈaaⁿya na xcweeˈ tsˈo̱o̱ⁿya na mandiˈntjo̱ⁿya nnoom. Ndoˈ ñequiiˈcheⁿ matseina̱ⁿya nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ ñˈoom naya cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Jnaaⁿ Jesucristo. 10 Ñequiiˈcheⁿ na macaⁿˈa nnom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom cha xeⁿ na jom lˈue tsˈoom nncueˈntyjo̱ na nnda̱a̱ nncjo̱cando̱o̱ˈa ˈo. 11 Ee ntyjaaˈya tsˈo̱o̱ⁿya na nncua̱ˈcaño̱o̱ⁿya na nnteijndeiya ˈo ñequio ñˈoomˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom cha nntsanaˈjnda̱ˈyoˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈaⁿ. 12 Luaaˈ lˈue tsˈo̱o̱ⁿ cha juu na cwilayuˈya nˈomˈyoˈ ñˈeⁿñê ñequio juu na matseiyuˈya tsˈo̱o̱ⁿya tjoomˈ nnteijndeiinaˈ ˈo ndoˈ nnteijndeiinaˈ ja.

13 ˈO nnˈaⁿya na cwilaˈyuˈyoˈ ñˈeⁿ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, lˈue tsˈo̱o̱ⁿ na caliuˈyoˈ na jndye ndiiˈ tyotseijndaaˈndyo̱ na nncua̱ˈcaño̱o̱ⁿya ˈo, sa̱a̱ ñeseicuˈnaˈ ja. Luaaˈ waa na ñetqueⁿ tsˈo̱o̱ⁿ, cha cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ tsˈiaaⁿ na nntsˈaaya majndyeti nnˈaⁿ nntioondye lˈo̱o̱ⁿ, ndoˈ mati ˈo nntsaalaˈno̱ⁿˈtiˈyoˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈaⁿ chaˈxjeⁿ quiluii quiiˈntaaⁿ ntˈomcheⁿ nnˈaⁿ na nchii judíos. 14 Ee matseijomnaˈ ja chaˈcwijom cwii tsˈaⁿ na tˈmaⁿ chujnaⁿ, tseixmaⁿya na ljoˈ nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na cwilaˈneiⁿ ñˈoom griego, ndoˈ mati nda̱a̱ meiⁿquia nnˈaⁿ na tjachuiiˈ ñˈoom na cwilaˈneiⁿ. Oo nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na jndo̱ˈ nˈom cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ ljeii, ndoˈ mati nda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na ticataˈjnaaⁿˈ ljeii. 15 Joˈ chii jeeⁿ queeⁿ tsˈo̱o̱ⁿya na mati nñequiaya ñˈoom na macwjiˈnˈmaaⁿñe Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom nnˈaⁿ nda̱a̱ ˈo quia na nncua̱ya na mˈaⁿˈyoˈ Roma.

Waa najndeii ñˈoom naya

16 Tijnaaⁿˈa cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ ñˈoom naya ˈnaaⁿˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, ee juunaˈ cwiluiiñenaˈ najneiⁿ na macwjiˈnˈmaaⁿñê meiⁿcwiˈñeeⁿcheⁿ tsˈaⁿ na matseiyuˈ ñˈoom nayaˈñeeⁿ. Najndyee machˈeeⁿ na ljoˈ ñequio nnˈaⁿ judíos ndoˈ mati ñequio meiⁿquia nnˈaⁿ. 17 Juu ñˈoom nayaˈñeeⁿ matseicandiinaˈ chiuu machˈee Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na maqueeⁿ jaa na tjaa jnaⁿ laxmaaⁿya jo nnoom ncˈe na cwilaˈyuˈya nˈo̱o̱ⁿya ñˈeⁿ Jesucristo. Ee waa ñˈoomˈm na teiljeii na matsonaˈ na ljoˈ: “Nquii tsˈaⁿ na maqueⁿ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na tjaa jnaⁿ tseixmaⁿ, catseiyuˈya tsˈom tsaⁿˈñeeⁿ ñˈeⁿñê.”

Chaˈtsondye nnˈaⁿ jnda̱ jlaˈtjo̱o̱ndyena

18 Ee xjeⁿ cañoomˈlueecheⁿ matseicano̱o̱ⁿ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na matseiwˈeeⁿ nacjoo nnˈaⁿ na cwilˈa chaˈtso nnom na cwajndii ñequio natia. Na nmeiiⁿˈ cwilˈana, cwilaˈlcweˈna ntˈom nnˈaⁿ na ñeˈcaliu ñˈoom na mayuuˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈaⁿ. 19 Ee naquiiˈ nˈomna maxjeⁿ manquiuyana ñˈoom na mayuuˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom ee manquiityeeⁿ jnda̱ tˈmo̱o̱ⁿ chiuu matseixmaaⁿ nda̱a̱na. 20 Ee ljoˈ na titquiooˈ na matseixmaⁿ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom nnda̱a̱ nncwajnaaⁿˈ tsˈaⁿ joˈ quia na mantyˈiaaˈ chaˈtso na sˈaaⁿ. Ee xjeⁿ na tuiicheⁿ tsjoomnancue cwiwitquiooˈya na jom cwiluiiñê Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom ndoˈ chaˈwaa xuee waa na jneiⁿ. Joˈ chii nnˈaⁿ natia ljoˈ cwilˈa xocanda̱a̱ nluena na tjaaˈnaⁿ jnaⁿ cachona, meiⁿ xocanda̱a̱ ntaˈñoomˈndyena. 21 Ee meiiⁿ na cwilaˈno̱ⁿˈna cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom sa̱a̱ maxjeⁿ tîcalaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndyena jom chaˈxjeⁿ na macaⁿnaˈ. Meiⁿ na quianlˈuaaⁿˈaⁿ tiñeˈnquiana. Ndoˈ joo ñˈoom na tyomˈaaⁿˈ nˈomna cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ chiuu cwiluiiñê jeeⁿ cweˈ tsˈiaaⁿˈndyo joonaˈ. Joˈ chii sˈaanaˈ ntjeiⁿ naquiiˈ nˈomna, ndoˈ na ljoˈ cwiljo na jaaⁿñe naquiiˈ nˈomna. 22 Meiiⁿ na cwiluena na laˈxmaⁿna nnˈaⁿ na jeeⁿ jndo̱ˈ nˈom, sa̱a̱ cwino̱o̱ⁿ na cweˈ ntjeiⁿndyetona. 23 ˈNdyena na cwilaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndyena Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na ticantycwii na wandoˈ na mˈaaⁿ yuu na jeeⁿ neiⁿncooˈ. To̱ˈyoona na cwilaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndyena ndyueenda̱a̱ nnˈaⁿ na cwintycwii na taˈndoˈ, ñequio cantsaa ñequio quiooˈ na cwiˈoocaˈ ñequio quiooˈ na tjaaˈnaⁿ ncˈeeˈ.

24 Joˈ chii ˈndiito Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na calˈatona meiⁿquia na ntjeiⁿ na ñeˈcalˈana na cwajndii na queeⁿ nˈom seiina na cantyja ˈnaaⁿ joonaˈ ñelˈana cwii na jeeⁿ jnaaⁿˈ ñequio ntyjeena. 25 Tîcalaˈyuˈna ñˈoom na mayuuˈ cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom. Yacheⁿ jlaˈyuˈna ñˈoom na cweˈ cantu. Ee tyolaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndyena ˈnaⁿ na sˈaaⁿ nchii nqueⁿ na sˈaaⁿ chaˈtso nnom. Ndoˈ matsonaˈ na ñequiiˈcheⁿ calaˈtˈmaaⁿˈndye nnˈaⁿ jom chaˈwaati xuee. Calˈa chaˈtsondye nnˈaⁿ naljoˈ.

26 Macweˈ ncˈe joˈ chii ˈndiito Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom joona na calˈana ljoˈ na machˈeenaˈ nquiuna na ñeˈcalˈana. Hasta yolcu tquiandye nda̱a̱ ntyjelcu ndoˈ nchii ljoˈ teincoondyena. 27 Ndoˈ mati naⁿnom nchii macanda̱ cweˈ ñequio yolcu tyomˈaⁿna. Seijmeiⁿˈtinaˈ joona na queeⁿ nˈomna ncˈiaana. Tyomˈaⁿna meiiⁿ ñˈeⁿ ntyjenomna, ndoˈ nchii ljoˈ teincoondyena, cwii na jnaaⁿˈticheⁿ. Ndoˈ na ljoˈ lˈana, tyotaˈwiˈndye cheⁿnquieena, tioomndyena ñequio seiina na ntjeiⁿ ljoˈ ñelˈana.

28 Ndoˈ ncˈe na lˈayana na tsuuˈ nˈomna Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, joˈ chii mati ˈndiitoom na calˈatona meiⁿljoˈcheⁿ natia na ñeˈcalˈana. 29 Mˈaⁿna na cwilˈana chaˈtso nnom na ticatyˈiomyanaˈ. Chaˈna tsˈaⁿ na cweˈ mˈaaⁿya ñˈeⁿ xˈiaaˈ, oo tsˈaⁿ na ntjeiⁿ ljoˈ machˈee ñˈeⁿ xˈiaaˈ oo tsˈaⁿ na matseiqueeⁿ tsˈom ˈnaaⁿˈ xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na ticatseiñˈoomˈñe yuu na matyˈiomyanaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na ta̱a̱ˈ tsˈom xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na matseicwjee nnˈaⁿ, tsˈaⁿ na matseintjaˈñe ñequio xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na manquiuˈnnˈaⁿ xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na matseiˈndaaˈ tsˈom xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na cweˈ matseineiⁿto chiuu waa ñˈoom na mandii cantyja ˈnaaⁿˈ xˈiaaˈ, 30 tsˈaⁿ na matioñˈoom xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na ticueeˈ tsˈom Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom, tsˈaⁿ na wiˈñe ñequio xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na sˈañe scuñe, tsˈaⁿ na matseiwendyeñe cheⁿnquii, tsˈaⁿ na matseijndaaˈñexco natia, tsˈaⁿ na ticatseitˈmaaⁿˈñe nnˈaⁿ na nda juu, 31 tsˈaⁿ na tiñequiaañe na nntseiˈno̱ⁿˈ yuu na ya oo yuu na tia, tsˈaⁿ na meiiⁿ na ñˈoom ˈndyoo sa̱a̱ xocatseicanda̱, tsˈaⁿ na ticajnda ntyjii ljoˈ cwitjoom ncˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na tixocatseitˈmaⁿ tsˈom xˈiaaˈ, tsˈaⁿ na ticˈoom na wiˈ tsˈom nnˈaⁿ, 32 joona manquiujndaaˈndyena na jnda̱ seijndaaˈñe Tyˈo̱o̱tsˈom na nntsuundye nnˈaⁿ na nmeiiⁿˈ cwilˈa, sa̱a̱ meiiⁿ na ljoˈ, wjaanaˈ na ˈoolˈana na ljoˈ, ndoˈ yacheⁿ ya nquiuna quia na cwintyˈiaana na majoˈti cwilˈa ntˈomcheⁿ nnˈaⁿ.

Amuzgo de Guerrero (AMU)

Copyright © 1973, 1999 by La Liga Biblica

Romans 1 New International Version (NIV)

Paul, a servant of Christ Jesus, called to be an apostle and set apart for the gospel of God the gospel he promised beforehand through his prophets in the Holy Scriptures regarding his Son, who as to his earthly life[a] was a descendant of David, and who through the Spirit of holiness was appointed the Son of God in power[b] by his resurrection from the dead: Jesus Christ our Lord. Through him we received grace and apostleship to call all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from[c] faith for his name’s sake. And you also are among those Gentiles who are called to belong to Jesus Christ.

To all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be his holy people:

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ.

Paul’s Longing to Visit Rome

First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for all of you, because your faith is being reported all over the world. God, whom I serve in my spirit in preaching the gospel of his Son, is my witness how constantly I remember you 10 in my prayers at all times; and I pray that now at last by God’s will the way may be opened for me to come to you.

11 I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong— 12 that is, that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith. 13 I do not want you to be unaware, brothers and sisters,[d] that I planned many times to come to you (but have been prevented from doing so until now) in order that I might have a harvest among you, just as I have had among the other Gentiles.

14 I am obligated both to Greeks and non-Greeks, both to the wise and the foolish. 15 That is why I am so eager to preach the gospel also to you who are in Rome.

16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile. 17 For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed—a righteousness that is by faith from first to last,[e] just as it is written: “The righteous will live by faith.”[f]

God’s Wrath Against Sinful Humanity

18 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, 19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.

21 For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles.

24 Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. 25 They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.

26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.

28 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done. 29 They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice. They are gossips, 30 slanderers, God-haters, insolent, arrogant and boastful; they invent ways of doing evil; they disobey their parents; 31 they have no understanding, no fidelity, no love, no mercy. 32 Although they know God’s righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.

Footnotes:

  1. Romans 1:3 Or who according to the flesh
  2. Romans 1:4 Or was declared with power to be the Son of God
  3. Romans 1:5 Or that is
  4. Romans 1:13 The Greek word for brothers and sisters (adelphoi) refers here to believers, both men and women, as part of God’s family; also in 7:1, 4; 8:12, 29; 10:1; 11:25; 12:1; 15:14, 30; 16:14, 17.
  5. Romans 1:17 Or is from faith to faith
  6. Romans 1:17 Hab. 2:4
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