Diaglott(i) 1 Looking and he saw those casting the gifts of them into the treasury rich ones. 2 He saw and also a certain widow poor casting there two lepta; 3 and he said: Truly I say to you, that the widow that poor this more of all has cast. 4 All for they out of the abundance of them cast into the gifts of the God; she but out of the want of herself all the living, which she had, she cast. 5 And some speaking about the temple that with stones beautiful and offerings it was adorned, he said: 6 These which you behold, will come days in which not will be left a stone upon a stone, which not will be thrown down. 7 They asked and him, saying: O teacher, when then these will be? and what the sign, when may be about these to be done? 8 He but said: Look you, not you may be deceived. Many for will come in the name of me, saying: That I am, and the season has approached. Not therefore go you after them. 9 When and you may hear of wars and commotions, not you may be terrified, must for these come to pass first; but not immediately the end. 10 Then he said to them: Will rise a nation on a nation, and a kingdom on a kingdom; 11 earthquakes and great in many places, and famines, and pestilences will be; fearful sights also and signs from heaven great will be. 12 Before but this all they will lay on you the hands of them, and they will persecute, delivering up to synagogues and prisons, dragging to kings and governors, on account of the name of me. 13 It will turn out and to you for a testimony. 14 Settle therefore in the hearts of you, not to premeditate to make a defence. 15 I for will give to you a mouth and wisdom, which not will be able to gainsay or resist all the opponents to you. 16 You will be delivered up and also by parents, and brothers, and relatives, and friends; and they will put to death of you. 17 And you will be being hated by all through the name of me. 18 And a hair from the head of you not not will perish. 19 In the patient endurance of you preserve you the lives of you. 20 When and you may see surrounded by encampments the Jerusalem, then you may know, that has come near the desolation of her. 21 Then those in the Judea, let them flee to the mountains; and those in midst of her, let them go out; and those in the country places, not let them enter into her. 22 For days of vengeance these are, of the to be fulfilled all the things having been written. 23 Woe but to the in womb holding and to the giving suck in those the days; will be for distress great upon the land, and wrath to the people this; 24 and they will fall by edge of a sword, and they will be led captive into all the nations; and Jerusalem will be trodden down by Gentiles, till may be fulfilled seasons of Gentiles. 25 And will be signs in sun and moon and stars; and on the earth anguish of nations in perplexity of a roar of sea and of tossing; 26 fainting men from fear and expectation of the things coming on the habitable; the for powers of the heavens will be shaken. 27 And then they will see the son of the man coming in a cloud, with power and glory great. 28 Beginning and of these to occur, raise yourselves and lift up the heads of you; because draws near the deliverance of you. 29 And he spoke a parable to them: See you the fig-tree and all the trees; 30 when they shoot forth now, beholding, from of yourselves you know, that now near the summer is. 31 So also you, when you may see these occurring, know you, that near is the kingdom of the God. 32 Indeed I say to you, that not not may pass away the generation this, till all may be done. 33 The heaven and the earth shall pass away; the but words of me not not may pass away. 34 Take heed but to yourselves, lest should be burdened of you the hearts with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and anxieties of life; and suddenly on you may come the day that. 35 As a snare for it will come on all those dwelling on face of all of the earth. 36 Watch you then in every season, praying, that you may be accounted worthy to escape these all the things being about to occur, and to stand in presence of the son of the man. 37 He was and the days in the temple teaching; the and nights going out he lodged in the mountain that being called of olive trees. 38 And all the people came early to him in the temple to hear him.