Rotherham(i) 13 and, seeing a fig-tree from afar, having leaves, he came… if, therefore, he should find aught in it, and, coming up to it, nothing, found he, save, leaves; for it was not, the season, of figs. 14 And, answering, he said unto it—No more, unto times age-abiding, let anyone of thee, eat fruit. And his disciples were listening. 15 And they come into Jerusalem. And, entering into the temple, he began to be casting out them who were selling and them who were buying in the temple, and, the tables of the money-changers, and the seats of them who were selling doves, he overthrew,— 16 and was not suffering that anyone should carry a vessel through the temple; 17 and was teaching, and saying—Is it not written, My house, a house of prayer, shall be called, for all the nations? but, ye, have made it, A den of robbers. 18 And the High-priests and the Scribes, heard, it, and began seeking how they might, destroy, him,—for they were fearing him; for, all the multitude, were being struck with astonishment at his teaching. 19 And, as soon as it became late, they were going forth outside the city. 20 And, passing by early, they saw the fig-tree, withered from its roots; 21 and, put in mind, Peter saith unto him—Rabbi! see! the fig-tree which thou didst curse, is withered. 22 And, answering, Jesus saith unto them—Have faith in God. 23 Verily, I say unto you—Whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be lifted up, and cast into the sea, and shall not doubt in his heart but shall believe that, what he speaketh, cometh to pass, it shall be his.