Here they rejoice; having passed away they rejoice.
In both places they who have done wholesome deeds rejoice.
They rejoice; they are delighted,
Having seen the purity of their own actions.
Here they rejoice
They rejoice hereafter.
In both worlds
the merit-makers rejoice.
They rejoice, are jubilant,
seeing the purity
of their deeds.
The doers of good rejoice here and hereafter; they rejoice in both the worlds. They rejoice and exult, recollecting their own pure deeds.
(Note: Version 1 is from the John Ross Carter and Mahinda Palihawadana translation. Version 2 is from the Thanissaro Bhikkhu translation. Version 3 is from the Acharya Buddharakkhita translation. I have made significant changes throughout in both pronouns and verbs for a neutral gender reading.)