The Lord’s Prayer in Cantonese

Audio

Press “play” to listen to The Lord’s Prayer in Cantonese, as read by Annie Li.  Cantonese is a form of Chinese spoken mainly in southeastern China, including Hong Kong.


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Text

 

我們在天上的父,
願人都尊祢的名為聖,
願祢的國降臨,
願祢的旨意行在地上,
如同行在天上。
我們日用的飲食,今日賜給我們,
免我們的債,如同我們免了人的債,
不叫我們遇見試探,
救我們脫離兇惡,
[因為國度、權柄、榮耀,全是祢的,
直到永遠。阿們! ]

Pronunciation Guide

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NOTE: Please bear with us, this transliteration is still being perfected. Meanwhile, please listen to the audio or watch the video for yourself, as a more definitive reference.

Wo mên zai tiên shan de fo, // Yüan rên du ju ni de ming wei seng, // Yüan nege guo kang lang, // Yuan ni de zhi-yi hang zoi di shang, ru tong xing zai tin shang. // Wo mon yet yong de yam set cam yet tsi cam wo mon // Miên wo mon de zhai, Ru tong wo mon mi-ley en de zhai // Bi kia wo mon yu kiên si tam // Kao wo mon tuo lei hiung ah. [Yun wei kuo du, küan beng, wong yiu, – chüan shih ni de, zhi do ong yuan] // Amen!

Text/Transliteration/Translation

我們在天上的父,
Wo mên zai tiên shan de fo,
Our father in heaven,

願人都尊祢的名為聖,
Yüan rên du ju ni de ming wei seng,
Hallowed be Thy name,

願祢的國降臨,
Yüan nege guo kang lang,
Thy kingdom come,

願祢的旨意行在地上,如同行在天上。
Yuan ni de zhi-yi hang zoi di shang, ru tong xing zai tin shang.
Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.

我們日用的飲食 今日賜給我們,
Wo mon yet yong de yam set cam yet tsi cam wo mon
Our daily bread give us today,

免我們的債
Miên wo mon de zhai
Forgive our debts

如同我們免了人的債
Ru tong wo mon mi-ley en de zhai,
As we forgive our debtors

不叫我們遇見試探,
Bi kia wo mon yu kiên si tam,
Lead us not into temptation,

救我們脫離兇惡,
Kao wo mon tuo lei hiung ah.
Deliver us from evil.

[因為國度、權柄、榮耀,全是祢的,直到永遠。 ]
[Yun wei kuo du, küan beng, wong yiu, – chüan shih ni de, zhi do ong yuan.]
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever.

阿們!
Amen!

Learn More

NHM Ministrants has embarked on a project to bring The Lord’s Prayer to the web in as many languages as possible. Click here to find more languages and Lord’s Prayer resources, including how to put on a multi-lingual event featuring The Lord’s Prayer in words and in song.

Categories Lord's Prayer | Tags: , , , | Posted on April 22, 2013

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