Haggai

Haggai 1

1:1 Sa dara bliain de rí Darius, sa séú mí, ar an gcéad lá den mhí, an briathar an Tiarna a tháinig, ag an láimh de Haggai an fáidh, go Zerubbabel mac Shealtiel, ghobharnóir Judah, agus go Íosa mac Jehozadak, an sagart ard, ag rá:
1:2 Dá bhrí sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach, ag rá: Éilimh sé seo daoine nach bhfuil an t-am a tháinig go fóill le haghaidh tógáil an teach an Tiarna.
1:3 Ach tháinig an focal an Tiarna ag an láimh de Haggai an fáidh, ag rá:
1:4 An bhfuil sé am chun tú a dwell i dtithe painéalta, cé go bhfuil an teach tréigthe?
1:5 Agus anois, dá bhrí sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach: Socraigh bhur gcroí ar do bhealaí.
1:6 Chuir tú i bhfad agus thug i beag. Chaitear tú, agus nach raibh sásta. Ól tú, agus nach a bheith inebriated. Clúdaithe tú féin agus nár warmed. Agus whoever bailíodh pá, Tá iad a chur i mála le poill.
1:7 Dá bhrí sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach: Socraigh bhur gcroí ar do bhealaí.
1:8 Ascend chun an sliabh, adhmad a thabhairt agus an teach a thógáil, agus beidh sé inghlactha dom, agus beidh mé ag a glorified, a deir an Tiarna.
1:9 You have looked for more, agus behold, it became less, and you brought it home, and I blew it away. What is the cause of this, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach? It is because my house is desolate, yet you have hurried, each one to his own house.
1:10 Mar gheall ar seo, the heavens over you have been prohibited from giving dew, and the earth has been prohibited from giving her sprouts.
1:11 And I called a drought over the land, and over the mountains, and over the wheat, and over the wine, and over the oil, and whatever the soil would bring forth, and over men, and over beasts of burden, and over all the labor of hands.
1:12 And Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, and Jesus the son of Jehozadak, an sagart ard, and all the remnant of the people heeded the voice of the Lord their God, and the words of Haggai the prophet, just as the Lord their God sent him to them. And the people were fearful before the face of the Lord.
1:13 And Haggai, a messenger of the Lord among messengers of the Lord, spoke to the people, ag rá: an Tiarna a deir, “I am with you.”
1:14 And the Lord stirred the spirit of Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, ghobharnóir Judah, and the spirit of Jesus the son of Jehozadak, an sagart ard, and the spirit of the remainder of all the people. And they entered and performed work in the house of the Lord of hosts their God,

Haggai 2

2:1 ar an ceathrú lá is fiche den mhí, sa séú mí, sa dara bliain den rí Darius.
2:2 Agus i mí seachtú, ar an t-aonú is fiche den mhí, an briathar an Tiarna a tháinig, ag an láimh de Haggai an fáidh, ag rá:
2:3 Labhair Zerubbabel mac Shealtiel, an rialtóir na Judah, agus go Íosa mac Jehozadak, an sagart ard, agus leis an gcuid eile de na daoine, ag rá:
2:4 Cé atá fágtha i measc tú, a chonaic teach seo ina chéad ghlóir? Agus conas a dhéanann tú é a fheiceáil anois? Nach bhfuil sé, i gcomparáid leis sin, mar aon ní i do shúile?
2:5 Agus a neartú anois, Zerubbabel, a deir an Tiarna. Agus a neartú, Íosa mac Jehozadak, an sagart ard. Agus a neartú, gach duine ar an talamh, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach. Le haghaidh mé leat, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach.
2:6 Agus gníomhú de réir an focal a chuir mé in éineacht leat nuair a imigh tú as an talamh na hÉigipte. Agus beidh mo Spioraid a bheith i do midst. Ná bíodh eagla ort.
2:7 Le haghaidh bhrí sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach: Tá fós aon am gearr, agus beidh mé ag bogadh neamh agus talamh, agus an fharraige agus an talamh tirim.
2:8 Agus beidh mé ag bogadh go léir náisiúin. Agus beidh an inmhianaithe de na náisiúin uile a thagann. Agus beidh mé ag líonadh an teach le ghlóir, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach.
2:9 Is Mine an airgead, agus tá mianach an óir, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach.
2:10 Great shall be the glory of this house, the last more than the first, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach. And in this place, I will bestow peace, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach.
2:11 On the twenty-fourth of the ninth month, sa dara bliain den rí Darius, the word of the Lord came to Haggai the prophet, ag rá:
2:12 Dá bhrí sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach: the priests question the law, ag rá:
2:13 If a man will have carried sanctified flesh in the pocket of his garment, and the top of it touches his bread, or appetizer, nó fíon, nó ola, or any food, shall it be sanctified? But the priests responded by saying, "Uimh"
2:14 And Haggai said, “If the polluted in soul will have touched any of all these things, shall it be contaminated?” And the priests responded and said, “It shall be contaminated.”
2:15 And Haggai answered and he said: Such is this people, and such is this nation before my face, a deir an Tiarna, and such is all the work of their hands. And so all that they have offered there has been contaminated.
2:16 Agus anois, consider in your hearts, from this day and beyond, before stone may be placed upon stone in the temple of the Lord:
2:17 when you approached a pile of twenty measures, and they became ten, and you entered to the press, to press out fifty bottles, and they became twenty,
2:18 how I struck you with a burning wind, and a mildew, and a hailstorm, all the works of your hand, yet there was no one among you who returned to me, a deir an Tiarna.
2:19 Set your hearts from this day and into the future, from the twenty-fourth day of the ninth month, from the day that the foundations of the temple of the Lord have been uttered, and place it upon your heart.
2:20 Has the seed been germinated yet? And has the vine, and the fig tree, and the pomegranate, and the olive tree still not flourished? From this day on, Beidh mé ag bless tú.
2:21 And the word of the Lord came a second time to Haggai, on the twenty-fourth of the month, ag rá:
2:22 Speak to Zerubbabel the governor of Judah, ag rá: I will move both heaven and earth.
2:23 And I will overturn the throne of kingdoms, and I will crush the strength of the kingdom of the Gentiles. And I will overturn the four-horse chariot, and its rider; and the horses and their riders shall be brought down, a man by the sword of his brother.
2:24 Sa lá sin, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach, beidh mé in ann tú, Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, mo sheirbhíseach, a deir an Tiarna, and will set you like a seal, for I have chosen you, a deir an Tiarna ina hóstach.