Biblia - Sväté písmo
(CPDV - Anglický - Catholic PD)
Prís 1, 1-33
1 Prís 1, 1 The parables of Solomon, son of David, king of Israel, 2 Prís 1, 2 in order to know wisdom and discipline, 3 Prís 1, 3 to understand words of prudence, and to accept the instruction of doctrine, justice and judgment, and equity, 4 Prís 1, 4 so as to give discernment to little ones, knowledge and understanding to adolescents. 5 Prís 1, 5 By listening, the wise shall become wiser and the intelligent shall possess governments. 6 Prís 1, 6 He shall turn his soul to a parable and to its interpretation, to the words of the wise and their enigmas. 7 Prís 1, 7 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. The foolish despise wisdom as well as doctrine. 8 Prís 1, 8 Listen, my son, to the discipline of your father, and forsake not the law of your mother, 9 Prís 1, 9 so that grace may be added to your head and a collar to your neck. 10 Prís 1, 10 My son, if sinners should entice you, do not consent to them. 11 Prís 1, 11 If they should say: “Come with us. We will lie in wait for blood. We will lay traps against the innocent, without cause. 12 Prís 1, 12 Let us swallow him alive, like Hell, and whole, like one descending into the pit. 13 Prís 1, 13 We will discover every precious substance. We will fill our houses with spoils. 14 Prís 1, 14 Cast your lot with us. One purse will be for us all.” 15 Prís 1, 15 My son, do not walk with them. Preclude your feet from their paths. 16 Prís 1, 16 For their feet rush to evil, and they hurry to shed blood. 17 Prís 1, 17 But a net is thrown in vain before the eyes of those who have wings. 18 Prís 1, 18 Likewise, they lie in ambush against their own blood, and they undertake deceits against their own souls. 19 Prís 1, 19 Thus, the ways of all those who are greedy seize the souls of those who possess. 20 Prís 1, 20 Wisdom forewarns far and wide; she bestows her voice in the streets. 21 Prís 1, 21 She cries out at the head of crowds; at the entrance of the gates of the city, she offers her words, saying: 22 Prís 1, 22 “Little ones, how long will you choose to be childish, and how long will the foolish desire what is harmful to themselves, and how long will the imprudent hate knowledge? 23 Prís 1, 23 Be converted by my correction. Lo, I will offer my spirit to you, and I will reveal my words to you. 24 Prís 1, 24 For I called, and you refused. I extended my hand, and there was no one who watched. 25 Prís 1, 25 You have despised all my counsels, and you have neglected my rebukes. 26 Prís 1, 26 Similarly, I will ridicule you at your demise, and I will mock you, when that which you feared shall overcome you. 27 Prís 1, 27 When sudden calamity rushes upon you, and your demise advances like a tempest, when tribulation and anguish overcome you, 28 Prís 1, 28 then they will call to me, and I will not heed, they will arise in the morning, and not find me. 29 Prís 1, 29 For they held hatred for discipline, and they would not accept the fear of the Lord; 30 Prís 1, 30 they would not consent to my counsel, but they detracted from all of my corrections. 31 Prís 1, 31 Therefore, they shall eat the fruit of their way, and they shall have their fill of their own counsels. 32 Prís 1, 32 The loathing of the little ones shall destroy them, and the prosperity of the foolish shall perish them. 33 Prís 1, 33 But whoever will listen to me shall rest without terror, and shall have full enjoyment of abundance, without fear of evils.”
Prís 1, 1-33
For their feet rush to evil, and they hurry to shed blood.
Iz 59:7 - Their feet run to evil, and they rush to shed innocent blood. Their thoughts are useless thoughts; devastation and destruction are in their ways.
Rim 3:15 - Their feet are swift to shed blood.
For I called, and you refused. I extended my hand, and there was no one who watched.
Iz 65:12 - I will number you with the sword, and you will all fall by slaughter. For I called and you did not respond; I spoke, and you did not listen. And you did what is evil in my eyes; and what I did not will, you have chosen.
Iz 66:4 - Therefore, I also will choose their illusions, and I will lead over them the things that they feared. For I called, and there was no one who would respond. I have spoken, and they have not listened. And they have done evil in my eyes; and what I did not will, they have chosen.
Jer 13:10 - This most wicked people, they are not willing to listen to my words, for they walk in the depravity of their own heart, and they have gone after strange gods, so as to serve them and to adore them. And so, they will become like this waistcloth, which is not fit for any use.
My son, if sinners should entice you, do not consent to them.
Prís 4:14 - Do not delight in the paths of the impious, nor permit the way of evil-doers to please you.
When sudden calamity rushes upon you, and your demise advances like a tempest, when tribulation and anguish overcome you,
Jób 27:9 - Will God pay attention to his cry, when anguish overcomes him?
Jób 35:12 - There they will cry, and he will not heed them, because of the arrogance of the wicked.
Iz 1:15 - And so, when you extend your hands, I will avert my eyes from you. And when you multiply your prayers, I will not heed you. For your hands are full of blood.
Jer 11:11 - For this reason, thus says the Lord: Behold, I will lead evils over them, from which they will not be able to escape. And they will cry out to me, and I will not heed them.
Jer 14:12 - When they will fast, I will not heed their petitions. And if they offer holocausts and victims, I will not accept them. For I will consume them by the sword, and by famine, and by pestilence.”
Ez 8:18 - Therefore, I also will act toward them in my fury. My eye will not be lenient, nor will I take pity. And when they will have cried out to my ears with a loud voice, I will not heed them.”
Mi 3:4 - Then they will cry out to the Lord, and he will not heed them. And he will hide his face from them in that time, just as they have acted wickedly with their inventions.
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. The foolish despise wisdom as well as doctrine.
Jób 28:28 - And he said to man, “Behold the fear of the Lord. Such is wisdom. And to withdraw from evil, this is understanding.”
Ž 111:10 - The sinner will see and become angry. He will gnash his teeth and waste away. The desire of sinners will perish.
Prís 9:10 - The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of holiness is prudence.
Kaz 12:13 - Let us all listen together to the end of the discourse. Fear God, and observe his commandments. This is everything for man.
- Prvá čiastka knihy (1,1 – 9,18) predstavuje všeobecný úvod, ktorý k jadru celej knihy (k jednotlivým prísloviam a naučeniam v ďalších častiach) napísal ich redaktor. Vhodnou formou (zosobnením múdrosti a pochabosti) sa podávajú pokyny a rady pre život. Dlhšie, súvislejšie vývody sú prepletené jednotlivosťami, lenže poriedko (napr. 3,27–30 a i.).Za nadpisom (1) spisovateľ uvádza hneď účel tejto zbierky prísloví. Pris 1,7
- Jadrom všetkej múdrosti, je bázeň pred Pánom, bohabojnosť, ktorá vzdáva úctu Bohu vnútorne i navonok. – Porov. 9,10a. Pris 1,8
- Porov. 6,20b. Pris 1,9
- Porov. 4,9a. Pris 1,11
- "Nevinnému", v hebr.: "krvi". Pris 1,16
- Tento verš nie je v gréckych rukopisoch, preto ho niektorí pokladajú za sem vsunutý z Iz 59,7 (Peters). Pris 1,20-23
- Personifikácia je známa v poézii všetkých národov, lež zvlášť je prijateľná obrazivej mysli Orientálcov. Pris 1,21
- "Na samom vrchu hradieb" preložené podľa LXX, miesto hebr. "v čele zhluknutého ľudu" a takisto Vulg. Nazdávame sa, že pôvodný text sa tu nezachoval celkom neporušený. Pris 1,27
- Tento verš pokladajú novší bádatelia za glosu.