Diaglott(i) 1 A beginning of the glad tidings of Jesus Anointed, a son of the God. 2 As it is written in Esaias the prophet: Lo, I send the messenger of me before face of thee, who will prepare the way of thee. 3 A voice crying out in the desert; Make you ready the way of a lord, straight make you the beaten ways of him. 4 Was John dipping in the desert, and publishing a dipping of reformation into forgiveness of sins. 5 And went out to him all the Judea country, and the Jerusalem all; and were dipped in the Jordan river by him, confessing the sins of them. 6 Was now John having been clothed hairs of a camel, and a belt made of skin around the loins of him, and eating locusts and honey wild. 7 And he cried out saying: Comes the mightier of me after me, of whom not I am worthy bowed down to loose the string of the sandals of him. 8 I indeed dipped you in water; he but will dip you in spirit holy. 9 And it came to pass in those the days, came Jesus from Nazareth of the Galilee, and was dipped by John into the Jordan. 10 And immediately ascending from the water, he saw rending the heavens, and the spirit, as a dove, descending upon him. 11 And a voice came out of the heavens: Thou art the son of me the beloved in whom I delight. 12 And immediately the spirit him casts into the desert. 13 And he was in the desert days forty, being tempted by the adversary, and was with the wild beasts; and the messengers ministered to him. 14 After now the to be delivered up the John, came the Jesus into the Galilee, preaching the glad tidings of the kingdom of the God, 15 and saying: That has been fulfilled the season, and has come nigh the majesty of the God; reform you, and believe you in the good message. 16 Walking and by the sea of the Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew the brother of him, casting a fishing net in the sea; they were for fishers. 17 And said to them the Jesus: Come after me, and I will make you to be fishers of men. 18 And immediately leaving the nets of them, they followed him. 19 And going thence a little, he saw James the of the Zebedee, and John the brother of him, and themselves in the ship were mending the nets; 20 and immediately he called them. And leaving the father of them Zebedee in the ship with the hirelings, they went after him. 21 And they went into Capernaum; and immediately to the sabbath going into the synagogue, he taught. 22 And they were amazed at the teaching of him; he was for teaching them as authority having, and not as the scribes. 23 And was in the synagogue of them a man in spirit unclean, and he cried out, 24 saying: Let alone, what to us and to thee, Jesus O Nazarene, comet thou to destroy us? I know thee who thou art, the holy of the God. 25 And rebuked him the Jesus, saying: Be silent, and come out of him. 26 And convulsing him the spirit the unclean, and crying a voice great, came out of him. 27 And they were astonished all, so as to reason among themselves, saying: What is this? what the teaching the new this? that with authority even to the spirits to the unclean he enjoins and they harken to him. 28 Went out and the report of him forthwith into whole the country of the Galilee. 29 And instantly, out of the synagogue being come, he went into the house of Simon and Andrew, with James and John. 30 The and mother-in-law of Simon was laid down having a fever; and immediately they spoke to him about her. 31 And coming he raised her, having laid hold of the hand of her; and left her the fever immediately; and ministered to them. 32 Evening and being come, when set the sun, they brought to him all those sickness having, and those being demonized; 33 and the city whole having been assembled was at the door. 34 And he healed many sick having various diseases; and demons many cast out, and not allowed to speak the demons, because they knew him. 35 And early, night much, having arisen he went out, and depart into a desert place, and there prayed. 36 And eagerly followed him the Simon and those with him. 37 And having found him, they say to him: That all seek thee. 38 And he says to them: We must go into the neighboring towns, that also there I may preach; for this because I have come out. 39 And he was proclaiming in the synagogues of the, in whole the Galilee, and the demons casting out. 40 And comes to a leper, beseeching him and kneeling him, and saying to him: That if thou wilt, thou art able me to cleanse. 41 The and Jesus being moved with pity, stretching out the hand, touched of him, and says to him; I will, be thou cleansed. 42 And having said of him, immediately departed from him the leprosy, and he was cleansed. 43 And having strictly charged him, immediately he sent forth him, 44 and says to him: See, to no one anything thou tell; but go, thyself show to the priest, and offer for the purification of thee what enjoined Moses, for a witness to them. 45 He but going out began to publish many (things) and spread abroad the word, so as no longer him to be able publicly into a city to enter; but without in desert place he was, and they went to him from all parts.