<< John 4:9 >>

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  • New Living Translation
    The woman was surprised, for Jews refuse to have anything to do with Samaritans. She said to Jesus,“ You are a Jew, and I am a Samaritan woman. Why are you asking me for a drink?”
  • 新标点和合本
    撒玛利亚的妇人对他说:“你既是犹太人,怎么向我一个撒玛利亚妇人要水喝呢?”原来犹太人和撒玛利亚人没有来往。
  • 和合本2010(上帝版)
    撒玛利亚妇人对他说:“你是犹太人,怎么向我一个撒玛利亚女人要水喝呢?”因为犹太人和撒玛利亚人没有来往。
  • 和合本2010(神版)
    撒玛利亚妇人对他说:“你是犹太人,怎么向我一个撒玛利亚女人要水喝呢?”因为犹太人和撒玛利亚人没有来往。
  • 圣经当代译本修订版
    撒玛利亚妇人说:“你是个犹太人,怎么向我这撒玛利亚妇人要水喝?”原来犹太人和撒玛利亚人互不往来。
  • 圣经新译本
    撒玛利亚妇人对耶稣说:“你是犹太人,怎么向我,一个撒玛利亚妇人要水喝呢?”(原来犹太人和撒玛利亚人不相往来。)
  • 中文标准译本
    撒马利亚妇人对他说:“你是犹太人,怎么向我一个撒马利亚妇人要水喝呢?”原来犹太人不和撒马利亚人来往。
  • 新標點和合本
    撒馬利亞的婦人對他說:「你既是猶太人,怎麼向我一個撒馬利亞婦人要水喝呢?」原來猶太人和撒馬利亞人沒有來往。
  • 和合本2010(上帝版)
    撒瑪利亞婦人對他說:「你是猶太人,怎麼向我一個撒瑪利亞女人要水喝呢?」因為猶太人和撒瑪利亞人沒有來往。
  • 和合本2010(神版)
    撒瑪利亞婦人對他說:「你是猶太人,怎麼向我一個撒瑪利亞女人要水喝呢?」因為猶太人和撒瑪利亞人沒有來往。
  • 聖經當代譯本修訂版
    撒瑪利亞婦人說:「你是個猶太人,怎麼向我這撒瑪利亞婦人要水喝?」原來猶太人和撒瑪利亞人互不往來。
  • 聖經新譯本
    撒瑪利亞婦人對耶穌說:“你是猶太人,怎麼向我,一個撒瑪利亞婦人要水喝呢?”(原來猶太人和撒瑪利亞人不相往來。)
  • 呂振中譯本
    撒瑪利亞的婦人就對耶穌說:『你、是猶太人,怎麼向我、一個撒瑪利亞婦人、求飲呢?』(原來猶太人和撒瑪利亞人是沒有攙雜來往的)。
  • 中文標準譯本
    撒馬利亞婦人對他說:「你是猶太人,怎麼向我一個撒馬利亞婦人要水喝呢?」原來猶太人不和撒馬利亞人來往。
  • 文理和合譯本
    婦曰、爾猶太人也、胡為求飲於我撒瑪利亞婦乎、蓋猶太人與撒瑪利亞人不相往來也、
  • 文理委辦譯本
    婦曰、爾猶太人何求飲於我撒馬利亞婦乎、蓋猶太人與撒馬利亞人、不相往來也、
  • 施約瑟淺文理新舊約聖經
    撒瑪利亞婦曰、爾猶太人、何向我撒瑪利亞婦求飲乎、蓋猶太人與撒瑪利亞人、素不相交、
  • 吳經熊文理聖詠與新經全集
    耶穌應曰:『倘汝知天主之宏恩、與夫向汝求飲者之為誰、則必反以求之、而彼將予汝以活水矣!』
  • New International Version
    The Samaritan woman said to him,“ You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink?”( For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.)
  • New International Reader's Version
    The Samaritan woman said to him,“ You are a Jew. I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink?” She said this because Jews don’t have anything to do with Samaritans.
  • English Standard Version
    The Samaritan woman said to him,“ How is it that you, a Jew, ask for a drink from me, a woman of Samaria?”( For Jews have no dealings with Samaritans.)
  • Christian Standard Bible
    “ How is it that you, a Jew, ask for a drink from me, a Samaritan woman?” she asked him. For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.
  • New American Standard Bible
    So the Samaritan woman* said to Him,“ How is it that You, though You are a Jew, are asking me for a drink, though I am a Samaritan woman?”( For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.)
  • New King James Version
    Then the woman of Samaria said to Him,“ How is it that You, being a Jew, ask a drink from me, a Samaritan woman?” For Jews have no dealings with Samaritans.
  • American Standard Version
    The Samaritan woman therefore saith unto him, How is it that thou, being a Jew, askest drink of me, who am a Samaritan woman?( For Jews have no dealings with Samaritans.)
  • Holman Christian Standard Bible
    “ How is it that You, a Jew, ask for a drink from me, a Samaritan woman?” she asked Him. For Jews do not associate with Samaritans.
  • King James Version
    Then saith the woman of Samaria unto him, How is it that thou, being a Jew, askest drink of me, which am a woman of Samaria? for the Jews have no dealings with the Samaritans.
  • New English Translation
    So the Samaritan woman said to him,“ How can you– a Jew– ask me, a Samaritan woman, for water to drink?”( For Jews use nothing in common with Samaritans.)
  • World English Bible
    The Samaritan woman therefore said to him,“ How is it that you, being a Jew, ask for a drink from me, a Samaritan woman?”( For Jews have no dealings with Samaritans.)

交叉引用

  • Acts 10:28
    Peter told them,“ You know it is against our laws for a Jewish man to enter a Gentile home like this or to associate with you. But God has shown me that I should no longer think of anyone as impure or unclean.
  • 2 Kings 17 24-2 Kings 17 41
    The king of Assyria transported groups of people from Babylon, Cuthah, Avva, Hamath, and Sepharvaim and resettled them in the towns of Samaria, replacing the people of Israel. They took possession of Samaria and lived in its towns.But since these foreign settlers did not worship the Lord when they first arrived, the Lord sent lions among them, which killed some of them.So a message was sent to the king of Assyria:“ The people you have sent to live in the towns of Samaria do not know the religious customs of the God of the land. He has sent lions among them to destroy them because they have not worshiped him correctly.”The king of Assyria then commanded,“ Send one of the exiled priests back to Samaria. Let him live there and teach the new residents the religious customs of the God of the land.”So one of the priests who had been exiled from Samaria returned to Bethel and taught the new residents how to worship the Lord.But these various groups of foreigners also continued to worship their own gods. In town after town where they lived, they placed their idols at the pagan shrines that the people of Samaria had built.Those from Babylon worshiped idols of their god Succoth benoth. Those from Cuthah worshiped their god Nergal. And those from Hamath worshiped Ashima.The Avvites worshiped their gods Nibhaz and Tartak. And the people from Sepharvaim even burned their own children as sacrifices to their gods Adrammelech and Anammelech.These new residents worshiped the Lord, but they also appointed from among themselves all sorts of people as priests to offer sacrifices at their places of worship.And though they worshiped the Lord, they continued to follow their own gods according to the religious customs of the nations from which they came.And this is still going on today. They continue to follow their former practices instead of truly worshiping the Lord and obeying the decrees, regulations, instructions, and commands he gave the descendants of Jacob, whose name he changed to Israel.For the Lord had made a covenant with the descendants of Jacob and commanded them:“ Do not worship any other gods or bow before them or serve them or offer sacrifices to them.But worship only the Lord, who brought you out of Egypt with great strength and a powerful arm. Bow down to him alone, and offer sacrifices only to him.Be careful at all times to obey the decrees, regulations, instructions, and commands that he wrote for you. You must not worship other gods.Do not forget the covenant I made with you, and do not worship other gods.You must worship only the Lord your God. He is the one who will rescue you from all your enemies.”But the people would not listen and continued to follow their former practices.So while these new residents worshiped the Lord, they also worshiped their idols. And to this day their descendants do the same.
  • John 8:48
    The people retorted,“ You Samaritan devil! Didn’t we say all along that you were possessed by a demon?”
  • Ezra 4:1-24
    The enemies of Judah and Benjamin heard that the exiles were rebuilding a Temple to the Lord, the God of Israel.So they approached Zerubbabel and the other leaders and said,“ Let us build with you, for we worship your God just as you do. We have sacrificed to him ever since King Esarhaddon of Assyria brought us here.”But Zerubbabel, Jeshua, and the other leaders of Israel replied,“ You may have no part in this work. We alone will build the Temple for the Lord, the God of Israel, just as King Cyrus of Persia commanded us.”Then the local residents tried to discourage and frighten the people of Judah to keep them from their work.They bribed agents to work against them and to frustrate their plans. This went on during the entire reign of King Cyrus of Persia and lasted until King Darius of Persia took the throne.Years later when Xerxes began his reign, the enemies of Judah wrote a letter of accusation against the people of Judah and Jerusalem.Even later, during the reign of King Artaxerxes of Persia, the enemies of Judah, led by Bishlam, Mithredath, and Tabeel, sent a letter to Artaxerxes in the Aramaic language, and it was translated for the king.Rehum the governor and Shimshai the court secretary wrote the letter, telling King Artaxerxes about the situation in Jerusalem.They greeted the king for all their colleagues— the judges and local leaders, the people of Tarpel, the Persians, the Babylonians, and the people of Erech and Susa( that is, Elam).They also sent greetings from the rest of the people whom the great and noble Ashurbanipal had deported and relocated in Samaria and throughout the neighboring lands of the province west of the Euphrates River.This is a copy of their letter:“ To King Artaxerxes, from your loyal subjects in the province west of the Euphrates River.“ The king should know that the Jews who came here to Jerusalem from Babylon are rebuilding this rebellious and evil city. They have already laid the foundation and will soon finish its walls.And the king should know that if this city is rebuilt and its walls are completed, it will be much to your disadvantage, for the Jews will then refuse to pay their tribute, customs, and tolls to you.“ Since we are your loyal subjects and do not want to see the king dishonored in this way, we have sent the king this information.We suggest that a search be made in your ancestors’ records, where you will discover what a rebellious city this has been in the past. In fact, it was destroyed because of its long and troublesome history of revolt against the kings and countries who controlled it.We declare to the king that if this city is rebuilt and its walls are completed, the province west of the Euphrates River will be lost to you.”Then King Artaxerxes sent this reply:“ To Rehum the governor, Shimshai the court secretary, and their colleagues living in Samaria and throughout the province west of the Euphrates River. Greetings.“ The letter you sent has been translated and read to me.I ordered a search of the records and have found that Jerusalem has indeed been a hotbed of insurrection against many kings. In fact, rebellion and revolt are normal there!Powerful kings have ruled over Jerusalem and the entire province west of the Euphrates River, receiving tribute, customs, and tolls.Therefore, issue orders to have these men stop their work. That city must not be rebuilt except at my express command.Be diligent, and don’t neglect this matter, for we must not permit the situation to harm the king’s interests.”When this letter from King Artaxerxes was read to Rehum, Shimshai, and their colleagues, they hurried to Jerusalem. Then, with a show of strength, they forced the Jews to stop building.So the work on the Temple of God in Jerusalem had stopped, and it remained at a standstill until the second year of the reign of King Darius of Persia.
  • Luke 17:16-19
    He fell to the ground at Jesus’ feet, thanking him for what he had done. This man was a Samaritan.Jesus asked,“ Didn’t I heal ten men? Where are the other nine?Has no one returned to give glory to God except this foreigner?”And Jesus said to the man,“ Stand up and go. Your faith has healed you.”
  • Luke 9:52-56
    He sent messengers ahead to a Samaritan village to prepare for his arrival.But the people of the village did not welcome Jesus because he was on his way to Jerusalem.When James and John saw this, they said to Jesus,“ Lord, should we call down fire from heaven to burn them up?”But Jesus turned and rebuked them.So they went on to another village.
  • John 4:27
    Just then his disciples came back. They were shocked to find him talking to a woman, but none of them had the nerve to ask,“ What do you want with her?” or“ Why are you talking to her?”
  • Luke 10:33
    “ Then a despised Samaritan came along, and when he saw the man, he felt compassion for him.
  • Nehemiah 4:1-2
    Sanballat was very angry when he learned that we were rebuilding the wall. He flew into a rage and mocked the Jews,saying in front of his friends and the Samarian army officers,“ What does this bunch of poor, feeble Jews think they’re doing? Do they think they can build the wall in a single day by just offering a few sacrifices? Do they actually think they can make something of stones from a rubbish heap— and charred ones at that?”
  • Matthew 10:5
    Jesus sent out the twelve apostles with these instructions:“ Don’t go to the Gentiles or the Samaritans,
  • Acts 1:8
    But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere— in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”