Das Buch Jesus Sirach


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Weisheit                    Sirach:     Die Weisheit,  die zu Jesu Christi Zeiten gang und gäbe war:  

Sirach 24


Good News Translation (GNT)

In Praise of Wisdom


24 Listen to Wisdom! She proudly sings her own praises among the Israelites, her own people,
2 in the assembly of the Most High, in the presence of his power.


3 I am the word spoken by the Most High.

    I covered the earth like a mist.

4 I made my home in highest heaven,

    my throne on a pillar of cloud.

5 Alone I walked around the circle of the sky

    and walked through the ocean beneath the earth.

6 I ruled over[b] all the earth and the ocean waves,

    over every nation, over every people.

7 I looked everywhere for a place to settle,

    some part of the world to make my home.

8 Then my Creator, who created the universe,

    told me where I was to live.

Make your home in Israel, he said.

    The descendants of Jacob will be your people.

9 He created me in eternity, before time began,

    and I will exist for all eternity to come.

10 I served him in the Sacred Tent

    and then made my home on Mount Zion.

11 He settled me in the Beloved City

    and gave me authority over Jerusalem.

12 I put down roots among an honored people

    whom the Lord had chosen as his own.

13 I grew tall, like the cedars in Lebanon,

    like the cypresses on Mount Hermon,

14 like the palm trees of Engedi,

    like the roses of Jericho,

like beautiful olive trees in the fields,

    like plane trees growing by the water.

15 My breath was the spicy smell of cinnamon,

    of sweet perfume and finest myrrh,

of stacte, onycha, and galbanum,

    the fragrant incense in the Sacred Tent.

16 Like an oak I spread out my branches,

    magnificent and graceful.

17 Like a grapevine I put out lovely shoots;

    my blossoms gave way to rich and glorious fruit.

19 Come to me, all you that want me,

    and eat your fill of my fruit.

20 You will remember me as sweeter than honey,

    better than honey from the comb.

21 Eat me, and you will hunger for more;

    drink me, and you will thirst for more.

22 Obey me, and you will never have cause for                      embarrassment;

    do as I say, and you will be safe from sin.

Wisdom and the Law


23 Wisdom is the Law, the Law which Moses commanded us to keep, the covenant of God Most High, the inheritance of the synagogues of Israel. 25 The Law overflows with Wisdom like the Pishon River, like the Tigris at fruit-picking time. 26 The Law brims over with understanding like the Euphrates, like the Jordan at harvest time. 27 It sparkles with teachings like the Nile, like the Gihon at grape-picking time.


28 The first human being ever created never knew Wisdom completely, and the last person on earth will be no more successful. 29 The possibilities of Wisdom are vaster than the ocean; her resources are more profound than the deepest waters beneath the earth.


30 As for me, I thought of myself as an irrigation canal bringing water from a river into a garden. 31 I only intended to water my orchard and flower beds, but the canal soon became a river, and the river became a sea. 32 And so I present you with my learning; I hold it high, so that its light can be seen everywhere, like that of the rising sun. 33 Like an inspired prophet, I pour out my teachings, so that future generations can benefit from them. 34 Please realize that I have not done all this hard work for myself alone, but to help anyone who wants to be wise.



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