8 The remaining, brethren, what things is, true, what things honorable, what things just, what things pure, what things amiable, what things of good report, if any virtue and if any praise, these things attentively consider;
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1 Become you therefore imitators of the God, as children beloved; 2 walk you in love, even as also the Anointed loved us, and delivered up himself on behalf of us an offering and a sacrifice, to the God for an odor of a sweet smell. 3 Fornication but and all impurity or unbridled lust not even let it be named among you, (as it becomes holy ones,) 4 also indecency, and foolish talking or loose jesting, the things not becoming; but rather thanksgiving. 5 This for you know knowing, that every fornicator or impure person or lascivious person, who is an idol worshipper, not has an inheritance in the kingdom of the Anointed one and of God. 6 No one you let deceive with empty words; on account of these things for comes the wrath of the God on the sons of the disobedience. 7 Not therefore become you associates of them. 8 You were indeed once darkness, now but light in Lord; as children of light walk you; 9 (the for fruit of the light in all goodness and truth;) 10 searching out what is well-pleasing to the Lord; 11 and not be you joint-partakers with the works with those unfruitful of the darkness, rather but even do you reprove. 12 The things for in secret being done by them, indecent it is even to say. 13 The but all things, being exposed by the light, are manifested; every thing for that is being manifested, light is. 14 Therefore it says: Awake thou the one sleeping, and arise thou out of the dead ones, and will shine on thee the Anointed. 15 See you then, how accurately you walk; not as unwise ones, but as wise ones; 16 buying for yourselves the season, because the days evil are. 17 Because of this not become you simple ones, but understanding what the will of the Lord. 18 And not be you drunk with wine, in which is profligacy, but be you filled with spirit, 19 speaking yourselves in psalms and hymns and songs spiritual singing and making music in the heart of you to the Lord; 20 giving thanks at all times on behalf of all, in name the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, to the God and Father; 21 submitting yourselves to each other in fear of Anointed; 22 the wives to the own husbands be you submissive, as to the Lord; 23 because a husband is a head of the wife, as even the Anointed a head of the congregation; he is a preserver of the body. 24 But even as the congregation is subjected to the Anointed, thus also the wives to the own husbands in everything. 25 The husbands, love you the wives of yourselves, even as also the Anointed loved the congregation, and himself delivered up on behalf of her, 26 so that her he might sanctify, having cleansed in the bath of the water by a word; 27 that might place beside he himself glorious the congregation, not having a spot or blemish or any of such like things, but that she might be holy and blameless. 28 Thus are obligated the husbands to love the of themselves wives, as the of themselves bodies. He loving the of himself wife, himself loves; 29 no one for ever the of himself flesh hated, but nourishes and cherishes her; as even the Anointed the congregation; 30 because members we are of the body of him, out of the flesh of him, and out of the bones of him. 31 On account of this shall leave a man the father of himself and the mother, and shall be closely joined to the wife of himself, and will be the two into flesh one. 32 The secret this great is; I but speak about Anointed, and about the congregation. 33 But also you the every one, each one the of himself wife thus let love as himself; the and wife so that she may reverence the husband.
9 Or not know you, that unjust ones of God a kingdom not shall inherit? Not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminates, nor Sodomites, 10 nor thieves, nor covetous persons, nor drunkards, nor revilers, not extortioners, a kingdom of God not shall inherit. 11 And these things some you were; but you washed yourselves, but you were separated, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, an in the spirit of the God of us.
28 I but say to you, that all who looking at a woman in order to lust after her, already has debauched her in the heart of him. 29 If and the eye of thee the right ensnare thee, tear out it, and cast it from thee, it is profitable for to thee, that should perish one of the members of thee, and not whole the body her, and cast from thee; 30 it is profitable for the right of thee hand ensnare thee, cut off her, and cast from thee; it is profitable for to thee that should perish one of the members of thee, and not whole the body of thee should be cast into Gehenna. 31 It was said and: that whoever shall release the wife of him, let him give her a bill of divorce. 32 I but say to you, that whoever may release the wife of him, except on account of fornication, makes her to commit adultery; and whoever her being divorced, may marry, commits adultery. 33 Again you have heard, that it was said to the ancients: Not thou shall swear falsely; shalt perform but to the Lord the oaths of thee. 34 I but say to you not swear at all; not even by the heaven, for a throne it is of the God; 35 nor by the earth, for a footstool it is of the feet of him; neither by Jerusalem, for a city it is of the great king; 36 nor by the head of thee shalt thou swear, for not thou art able one hair white or black to make. 37 Let be but the word of you; yes yes; no no; that for over and above of these, of the evil is. 38 You have heard, that it was said: An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. 39 I but say to you, not resist the evil; but whoever thee shall slap upon the right of thee cheek, turn to him also the other; 40 and to the purposing thee to sue at law, and the tunic of thee to take, give up to him also the mantle; 41 and whoever thee shall force to go mile one, go with him two. 42 To the asking thee do thou give; and the wishing from thee to borrow money, not do thou repulse. 43 You have heard, that it was said: Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee, and hate the enemy of thee. 44 I but say to you, love the enemies of you, bless those cursing you, good do to those hating you and pray for those injuring you and persecuting you; 45 that you may be sons of the Father of you, of the in heavens; for the sun of him it rises on evil and good, and it rains on just and unjust. 46 If for you love those loving you, what reward have you? not even the tax-gatherers the same to do? 47 and if you salute the brothers of you only, what more do you? not even the Gentiles so do? 48 Shall be therefore you perfect, as the Father of you, who in the heavens, perfect is.
1 Take heed the righteousness of you not to do in the presence of the men, so as to be exhibited to them; if but otherwise, reward not you have with to the Father of you, to the in the heavens. 2 When then thou doest alms, not sound a trumpet in the presence of thee, like the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have praise of the men. Indeed I say to you, they obtain the reward of them. 3 Of thee but doing alms giving, not let it know the left of thee, what does the right of thee, 4 that maybe of thee the alms giving in the secret; and the Father of thee, who seeing in the secret, himself will give back to thee. 5 And when thou prayest, not thou shalt be like the hypocrites; for they love in the synagogues and Matthew in the corners of the wide places standing to pray, that they may appear to the men. Indeed I say to you, that they have in full the reward of them. 6 Thou but, when thou prayest, enter into the retired place of thee, and locking the door of thee, pray thou to the Father of thee, to the in the secret; and the Father of thee, who seeing in the secret place, will give to thee in the clear-light. 7 Praying but not babble, like the Gentiles; they imagine for that in the wordiness of them they shall be heard. 8 Not therefore you may be like to them; knows for the Father of you, of what things need you have, before of the you ask him. 9 In this way then pray you: Father with us, who in the heavens, reverenced the name of thee; 10 let come the kingdom of thee; let be done the will of thee, as in heaven, also on the earth; 11 the bread of us the sufficient give thou to us to-day; 12 and discharge to us the debts of us, as even we discharge to the debtors of us 13 and not bring us into temptation, but save us from the evil. 14 If for you forgive to the men the faults of them, will forgive also you the Father of you the heavenly; 15 if but not forgive to the men the faults of them, neither the Father of you will forgive the faults of you. 16 When and you fast, not be, like the hypocrites, of a sad face; they disfigure for the faces of them; so that they may seem to the men to be fasting. Indeed I say to you, that they obtain the reward of them. 17 Thou but fasting anoint of thee the head, and the face of thee wash, 18 so that not thou mayest seem to the men fasting, but to the Father of thee, that in the secret; and the Father of thee, who seeing in the secret, will give to thee. 19 Not lay up to you treasures on the earth, where moth and rust destroys, and where thieves dig through and steal; 20 lay up but to you treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves not dig through nor steal. 21 Where for is the treasure of you, there will be also and the heart of you. 22 The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore the eye of thee sound may be, whole the body of thee enlightened will be. 23 If but the eye of thee evil may be, whole the body of thee darkness will be. If then the light; that in thee, darkness is, the darkness how great? 24 No one is able two lords to serve; either for the one he will hate, and the other he will love; or one he will cling to, and the other he will slight. Not you are able God to serve and mammon. 25 For this I say to you: Not be over careful the life of you, what you may eat, and what you may drink; nor to the body of you, what you may put on. Not the life more is the food, and the body the clothing? 26 Look attentively at the birds of the heaven, for not they sow, nor reap, nor gather into barns; and the Father of you the heavenly feeds them. Not you greatly excel them? 27 Which and by of you being over careful is able to add to the age of him span one? 28 And about clothing why be over careful? Consider the lilies of the field how it grows; not it labors, nor spins; 29 I say but to you, that not even Solomon in all the glory of him was clothed like one of these. 30 If then the grass of the field, to-day existing and to-morrow into an oven is being cast, the God so clothes, not much more you, O you of weak faith? 31 Not therefore you may be over careful, saying: What may we eat, or what may we drink, or what may we put on? 32 All for these the Gentiles seeks; knows for the Father of you the heavenly, that you have need of these all. 33 Seek you but first the kingdom of the God and the righteousness of him, and these all shall be superadded to you. 34 Not therefore be over careful for the morrow; the for morrow will be over careful of the herself. Enough to the day the trouble of her.
1 Not do you judge, that not you may be judged. 2 In what for judgment you judge, you shall be judged; and in what measure you measure, it shall measured to you. 3 Why and seest thou the splinter, that in the eye of the brother of thee, that but in thine-own eye beam not perceivest? 4 or how will thou say to the brother of thee: Allow me, I can pull the splinter from the eye of thee; and lo, the beam in the eye of thee? 5 O hypocrite, pull first the beam out of the eye of thee, and then thou shalt see clearly to pull the splinter out of the eye of the brother of thee. 6 Not you may give the holy to the dogs, neither cast the pearls of you before the swine; lest they should trample them under the feet of them, and turning they should rend you. 7 Ask, and it shall be given to you; and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened to you. 8 All for the asking receives; and the seeking finds; and to the knocking it shall be opened. 9 Or what is there of you a man, who if ask the son of him bread, not a stone will give to him? 10 or if a fish he asks, not a serpent will give to him? 11 If then you, bad ones being, know gifts good to give to the children of you, how much more the Father of you, that in the heavens, give good to those asking him? 12 All therefore, as much so ever you may will that should do to you the men, even so also you do to them; this for is the law and the prophets. 13 Enter you in through the strait gate; for wide the gate, and broad the road that leading into the perdition; and many are those entering through her. 14 How strait the gate, and difficult the road that leading into the life; and few are they finding her. 15 Beware ye and of the false prophets, who come to you in clothing of sheep, within but they are wolves ravenous. 16 By the fruits of them you shall know them. What do they gather from thorns a cluster of grapes, or from thistles figs? 17 So every tree good fruits good bears; the but corrupt tree fruits evil bears. 18 Not is possible tree good fruits evil to bear, neither tree corrupt fruits good to bear. 19 Every tree, not bearing fruit good, is cut down and into a fire is cast. 20 Therefore by the fruits of them you shall know them. 21 Not all who saying to me; O Lord, O Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of the heavens; but he doing the will of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 22 Many shall say to me in that the day; O Lord, O Lord, not to the thy name have we prophesied, and to the thy name demons have we cast out, and to the thy name wonders many have we done? 23 And then I will declare to them; Because never knew you; depart from me those working the lawlessness. 24 All therefore whoever hears of me the words these, and does them, I will compare him to a man prudent, who will built the house of him upon the rock; 25 and fell down the rain, and came the floods, and blew the winds, and beat against the house that; and not it fell; it was founded for on the rock. 26 And all who hearing of me the words these and not doing them, shall be compared to a man foolish, who built the house of him upon sand; 27 and fell down the rain, and came the floods, and blew the winds, and dashed against the house that, and it fell; and was the fall her great. 28 And it came to pass, when had finished the Jesus the words these, were astounded the crowds at the teaching of him. 29 He was for teaching them as authority having, and not as the scribes.
1 Coming down and to him from the mountain, followed after him crowds great. 2 And lo, a leper coming prostrated to him, saying: O sir, if thou wilt, thou art able me to cleanse. 3 And putting forth the hand, he touched him the Jesus, saying: I will, be thou cleaned. And immediately was cleaned of him the leprosy. 4 And says to him the Jesus: See no one thou tell; but go, thyself show to the priest, and offer the gift, which commanded Moses, for a witness to them. 5 Having entered and to him into Capernaum, came to him a centurion, addressing him, 6 and saying: O sir, the boy of me is laid in the house a paralytic, greatly being afflicted. 7 And says to him the Jesus: I coming will heal him. 8 And answering the centurion said: O sir, not I am fit that of me under the the roof thou shouldst enter; but only speak a word, and will be healed the boy of me. 9 Even for I am a man am under authority, having under myself soldiers; and I say to this: Go, and he goes; and to another; Come, and he comes; and to the slave of me; Do this, and he does. 10 Hearing and the Jesus, was astonished, and said to those following: Indeed I say to you, not even in the Israel so great faith I have found. 11 I say but to you, that many from east and west will come, and will lie down with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of the heavens. 12 The but sons of the kingdom shall be cast out into the darkness the outer; there will be the weeping and the gnashing of the teeth. 13 And said the Jesus to the centurion: Go and as thou hast believed let it be done to thee. And was healed the boy of him in the hour that. 14 And coming the Jesus into the house of Peter, saw the mother-in-law of him being laid down and burning with fever. 15 And he touched the hand of her, and left her the fever; and arose, and ministered to them. 16 Evening now being come, they brought to him being possessed many; and he cast out the spirits by a word, and all those sickness having he healed; 17 that might be fulfilled the words spoken through Esaias the prophet, saying: Himself the weakness of us he took away, and the diseases he removed. 18 Seeing and the Jesus great multitudes about him, he gave orders to depart to the other side. 19 And coming one scribe, said to him: O teacher, I will follow thee, where ever thou goest. 20 And says to him the Jesus: The foxes dens they have, and the birds of the heaven nests; the but son of the man not he has, where the head he may rest. 21 Another and of the disciples of him said to him: O master, permit thou me first to go, and to bury the father of me. 22 The but Jesus said to him: Follow me, and leave the dead ones to bury the of themselves dead ones. 23 And entering to him into the ship, followed to him the disciples of him. 24 And lo, a commotion great arose in the sea, so as the ship to cover by the waves; he but was asleep. 25 And coming the disciples awoke him, saying: O master, do thou save us we perish. 26 And he says to them: How timid you are, O you of weak faith? Then arising he rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a calm great. 27 The and men were astonished, saying: What is this, that even the winds and the sea hearken to him? 28 And coming to him to the other side, into the country of the Gergesenes, met him two being demonized, out of the sepulchres coming forth, fierce very, so that not to be able any one to pass along by the way that. 29 And lo, they cried out saying: What to us and to thee, O son of the God? Comest thou there before a destined time to torment us? 30 There was now at some distance from them a herd of swine many feeding. 31 The and demons implored him, saying: If thou cast out us, send us to the herd of the swine. 32 And he said to them: Go. They and coming out they went to the swine. And lo, rushed whole the herd down the steep place into the lake, and died in the waters. 33 They and feeding them fled, and arriving at the city, related all, and that of those being demonized. 34 And lo, whole the city went out to a meeting to the Jesus; and seeing him, they entreated, that he would depart from the coast of them.
1 And stepping into the boat, he passed over, and came to the own city. 2 And lo, they brought to him, a paralytic, upon a bed lying. And seeing the Jesus the faith of them, he said to the paralytic: Take courage, son; are forgiven thee the sins of thee. 3 And lo, some of the scribes said among themselves: This blasphemes. 4 And knowing the Jesus the thoughts of them, says: Why you think evils in the hearts of you? 5 Which for is easier? to say: Are forgiven of thee the sins? or to say: Arise and walk? 6 That but you may know that authority has the son of the man on the earth to forgive sins; (then he says to the paralytic:) Arising take up of thee the bed, and go into the house of thee. 7 And arising he went to the house of him. 8 Seeing and the crowds wondered, and glorified the God, that having given authority so great to the men. 9 And passing on the Jesus from thence, he saw a man sitting at the custom-house, Matthew being named; and he says to him: Follow me. And rising up he followed him. 10 And it happened, of him reclining at table in the house, and lo, many publicans and sinners coming reclined with the Jesus and the disciples of him. 11 And seeing the Pharisees said to the disciples of him: Why with the publicans and sinners eats the teacher of you? 12 The Jesus hearing, says to them: No need have those being well of a physician, but those sick being. 13 You are going but learn, what is; Mercy I wish, and not a sacrifice. Not for I am come to call just persons, but sinners. 14 Then came to him the disciples of John, saying: Why we and the Pharisees fast much, the but disciples of thee not fast? 15 And says to them the Jesus: Not are able the sons of the bridal chamber to mourn, in as much with them is the bridegroom? Shall come but days, when may be taken from them the bridegroom, and then they shall fast. 16 No one now puts a patch of cloth unfulled on to a mantle old; takes away for the patch of it from the mantle, and worse a rent becomes. 17 Nor do they put wine new into bottles old; if but not, burst the bottles, and the wine is spilled, and the bottles are destroyed; but they put wine new into bottles new, and both are preserved together. 18 These of him speaking, of them, lo, a ruler certain coming prostrated to him, saying: That the daughter of me now is dead; but coming lay the hand of thee upon her, and she shall live. 19 And arising the Jesus went after him, and the disciples of him. 20 And lo, a woman having a flow of blood twelve years, approaching behind, touched the tuft of the mantle of him. 21 She said for within herself: If only I can touch the mantle of him, I shall be healed. 22 The but Jesus turning and seeing her, said: Take courage, daughter; the faith of thee has saved thee. And she was well the woman from the hour of that. 23 And coming the Jesus into the house of a ruler, and seeing the flute-players, and the crowd making noise, 24 says to them: Withdraw; not for is dead the girl, but sleeps. And they derided him. 25 When but they put out the crowd, he entering took hold of the hand of her; and was raised the girl. 26 And went forth the report this into all the land that. 27 And passing on from there the Jesus, went after him two blind men, crying out and saying: Have pity on us, O son of David. 28 Being come and into the house, came to him the blind men, and says to them the Jesus: Do you believe, that I am able this I do? They say to him: Yes O master. 29 Then he touched the eyes of them, saying: According to the faith of you be it done to you. 30 And were opened of them the eyes. And strictly charged them the Jesus, saying: See, no one knows. 31 They but having gone published him in all the land that. 32 These and going away, lo, they brought to him a man dumb, being demonized. 33 And having cast out the demon, spoke the dumb. And were astonished the crowds, saying: Never was it seen thus in to the Israel. 34 The but Pharisees said: By the prince of the demons he cast out the demons. 35 And went about the Jesus the cities all and the villages, teaching in the synagogues of them, and publishing the glad tidings of the kingdom, and healing every disease and every malady. 36 Seeing and the crowds, he moved with pity for them, because they were jaded and scattered, like sheep not having a shepherd. 37 Then he says to the disciples of him: The indeed harvest plenteous, the but laborers few. 38 Implore then the Lord of the harvest, that he would send out laborers into the harvest of him.
1 And having called the twelve disciples of him, he gave to them authority spirits unclean, so as to cast out them, and to heal every disease and every malady. 2 Of the now twelve apostles the names are these: First, Simon that being called Peter, and Andrew the brother of him; James that of the Zebedee, and John the brother of him; 3 Phillip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew the tax-gatherer; James that of the Alpheus, and Lebbeus the surnamed Thaddeus; 4 Simon the Canaanite, and Judas that Iscariot, who even delivered up him. 5 These the twelve sent forth the Jesus, commanding them, saying: Into a road of Gentiles not you may go, and into a city of Samaritans not you may enter. 6 Go you but rather to the sheep the perishing house of Israel. 7 Passing on your way and preach you, saying: That has come nigh the kingdom of the heavens. 8 Those being sick heal, dead ones raise up, lepers cleanse, demons cast out; freely you have received, freely give. 9 Not provide gold, nor silver, nor copper in the belts of you; 10 not a bag for a journey nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor a staff. Worthy for the laborer of the food of him is. 11 Into what and ever city or country-town you may enter, search out, who in her worthy is; and there abide, till you go thence. 12 Entering and into the house, salute her. 13 And if indeed may be the house worthy, let come the peace of you on her; If but not may be worthy, the peace of you to you let it turn. 14 And who if not may receive you, nor hear the words of you, coming out of the house or of the city that, shake off the dust of the feet of you. 15 Indeed I say to you, more tolerable will be land of Sodom and Gomorrah in a day of trial, than the city that. 16 Lo, I send you as sheep in midst of wolves. Be ye therefore wise as the serpents, and artless as the doves. 17 Take heed and of the men. They will hand over for you to sanhedrims, and in the synagogues of them they shall scourge you; 18 and before governors and also kings you shall be led on account of me, for a witness to them and to the nations. 19 When but they shall deliver up you, not you may be anxious, how or what you must speak; it shall be given for to you in that the hour, what you shall speak. 20 Not for you are the speaking, but the spirit of the Father of you, that is speaking in you. 21 Will give up and a brother a brother to death them; and you will be being hated by rise up children against parents, and deliver to death them; 22 and you will be being hated by all for the name of me. The but persevering to end, the same shall be saved. 23 When but they persecute you in the city this, flee into the other; and if out of this they persecute you, flee into the other. Indeed for I say to you, in no wise you may finish the cities of the Israel, till may come the son of the man. 24 Not is a disciple above the teacher, nor a slave above the lord of him. 25 Sufficient to the disciple that he be as the teacher of him, and the slave as the lord of him. If the master of the house Beelzebul they have named, how much more the domestics of him? 26 Not therefore you may fear them. Nothing for is having been covered, which not shall be uncovered; and secret, which not shall be known. 27 What I say to you in the darkness, speak in the light; and what in the ear you hear, preach you on the house-tops. 28 And not be afraid of those killing the body, the but life not being able to kill; be afraid but rather that being able both life and body to destroy in Gehenna. 29 Not two sparrows an assarius are sold? and one of them not shall fall upon the earth without the Father of you. 30 Of you and even the hairs of the head all being numbered are. 31 Not therefore fear you; many sparrows are better you. 32 All therefore whoever shall confess to me in presence of the men, I will confess even I to him in presence of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 33 Whoever but if may deny me in presence of the men, I will deny him even I in presence of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 34 Not must you suppose that I am come to send peace upon the earth; not I am come to send peace, but a sword. 35 I am come for to set a man against the father of him, and a daughter against the mother of her, and a daughter-in-law against the mother-in-law of her; 36 and enemies of the man, the household of him. 37 He loving father or mother above me, not is of me worthy; and he loving son or daughter above me, not is of me worthy; 38 and who not takes the cross of himself, and follows after me, not is of me worthy. 39 He finding the life of himself, shall lose her; and he having lost the life of himself on account of me, shall find her. 40 He receiving you, me receives; and he me receiving, receives him sending me. 41 He receiving a prophet in a name of a prophet, a reward of a prophet shall obtain; and he receiving a just man in a name of a just man, a reward of a just man shall obtain. 42 And who ever may give to one of the little-ones these a cup of cold only, in a name of a disciple, indeed I say to you, not not may lose the reward of himself.
1 And it happened, when has finished the Jesus charging to the twelve disciples of himself, he departed thence, of the to teach and to preach in the cities of them. 2 The and John having heard in the prison the works of the Anointed, having sent two of the disciples of himself, 3 said to him: Thou art the coming one, or another are we to look for? 4 And answering the Jesus said to them: Going away relate to John what you hear and see; 5 blind ones see again, and lame ones are walking about, lepers are cleansed, and deaf ones are hearing, dead ones are raised up, and poor ones are addressed with joyful news; 6 and blessed is, whoever not may offended in me. 7 These and going away, began the Jesus to say to the crowds concerning John: What went you out in the desert to see? a reed by wind being shaken? 8 But what went you out to see? a man in soft garments having been clothed? Lo, those the soft (garments) wearing, in the houses of the kings are. 9 But what went you out to see? a prophet? Yes, I say to you, and much more of a prophet. 10 This for is, concerning whom it is written: Lo, I send the messenger of me before the face thee, who shall prepare the way of thee in presence of thee. 11 Indeed I say to you, not has risen among born of woman greater, of John the dipper; the but less in the kingdom of the heavens, greater of him is. 12 From and the days of John the dipper till now, the kingdom of the heavens has been invaded, and invaders seize on her. 13 All for the prophets and the law till John, prophesied. 14 And if you are willing to receive, this is Elias, that being about to come. 15 He having ears to hear let him hear. 16 To what but shall I compare the generation this? Like it is boys in markets sitting, and calling to the companions of them, 17 and saying: We have played on the flute to you, and not you have danced; We have mourned to you, and not you have lamented. 18 Came for John, neither eating nor drinking; and they say: A demon he has. 19 Came the son of the man, eating and drinking; and they say: Lo, a man glutton and a wine drinker, of tax-gatherers a friend and sinners. But is justified the wisdom by the children of her. 20 Then he began to reproach the cities, in which were done the most mighty works of him, because not they reformed; 21 Woe to thee, Chorazin, Woe to thee, Bethsaida; for if in Tyre and Sidon had been done the mighty works, those being performed in you, long ago would in sackcloth and ashes they have reformed. 22 But I say to you: Tyre and Sidon more tolerable will be in a day of trial, than you. 23 And thou, Capernaum, which even to the heaven art being exalted, to invisibility shalt be brought down; for if in Sodom had been done the mighty works, those being done in thee, it had remained till this day. 24 But I say to you, that land of Sodom more tolerable will be in a day of trial, then thee. 25 On that the occasion answering the Jesus said: I adore thee, O Father, O Lord the heaven and of the earth, because thou hast hid these from wise men and discerning men, and thou hast revealed them to babes. 26 Yes, the Father, for even so it was good in presence of thee. 27 All to me are given by the Father of me; and no one knows the son, if not the Father; neither the Father any one knows, if not the son, and to whom may be willing the son to reveal. 28 Come to me all the toiling and being burdened, and I will cause to rest you. 29 Take the yoke of me upon you, and be informed by me; for meek I am, and humble to the heart and you shall find a rest to the lives of you. 30 The for yoke of me easy, and the burden of me light is.
1 At that the season passed the Jesus to the sabbaths through the corn-fields; the and disciples of him were hungry, and began to pluck ears of corn, and to eat. 2 The and Pharisees seeing, said to him: Lo, the disciples of thee are doing, that is not lawful to do in a sabbath. 3 He but said to them: Not have you known, what did David, when he was hungry, and those with him? 4 how he entered in the house of the God, and the loaves of the presence did eat, which not lawful was to him to eat, neither to those with him, except the priests alone? 5 Or not have you read in the law, that to the sabbaths the priests in the temple the sabbath violate, and blameless are? 6 I say but to you, that of the temple greater is here. 7 If but you had known, what is; Mercy I desire, and not a sacrifice; not would you have condemned the blameless. 8 A lord for is of the sabbath the son of the man. 9 And passing on from thence, he came into the synagogue of them. 10 And lo, a man there was the hand having withered. And they asked him, saying: If it is lawful to the sabbaths to heal? that they might accuse him. 11 He but said to them: What shall be among you a man, who shall have sheep one, and if should fall this to the sabbath into a pit, not seize it, and raise it up? 12 How much then is superior a man of a sheep? So that it is lawful to the sabbath good to do. 13 Then he says to the man: Stretch out the hand of thee. And he stretched it out; and it was restored whole, as the other. 14 The then Pharisees a council held against him going out, how him they might destroy. 15 The but Jesus knowing withdrew from thence; and followed him crowds great; and he healed them all, 16 and charged them that not known him they should make; 17 so that it might be fulfilled the word spoken through Esaias the prophet, saying: 18 Lo, the servant of me, whom I have chosen, the beloved of me, in whom takes delight the soul of me: I will put the spirit of me upon him, and judgment to the nations he shall declare. 19 Not he shall strive, nor cry out, nor shall hear any one in the wide places the voice of him; 20 a reed having been bruised not he shall break, and flax smoking not shall quench; till he bring forth to a victory the judgment. 21 And to the name of him nations will hope. 22 Then was brought to him a demoniac, blind and dumb; and he healed him, so that the blind and dumb both to speak and to see. 23 And were amazed all the crowds, and said: Not this is the son of David? 24 The and Pharisees hearing, said: This not casts out the demons, if not by the Beelzebul, a prince of the demons. 25 Knowing but the Jesus the thoughts of them, said to them: Every kingdom being divided against itself, is laid waste; and every city or house being divided against itself, not will stand. 26 And if the adversary the adversary casts out, with himself he is at variance; how then will stand the kingdom of him? 27 And if I by Beelzebul cast out the demons, the sons of you by whom do they cast out? In this they of you shall be judges. 28 If but by spirit of God I cast out the demons, then has suddenly come among you the majesty of the God. 29 Or how is able any one to enter into the house of the strong man, and the household stuff of him to plunder, if not first he should bind the strong man? and then the house of him he shall plunder. 30 He not being with me, against me is; and he not gathering with me, scatters. 31 Therefore this I say to you: All sin and evil-speaking shall be forgiven to the men; the but of the spirit evil-speaking not shall be forgiven to the men; 32 and who ever may speak a word against of the son of the man, it shall be forgiven to him; who but ever may speak against of the spirit of the holy, not it shall be forgiven to him, neither in this the age, nor in the coming. 33 Either make you the tree good, and the fruits of him good; or make you the tree corrupt, and the fruits of him corrupt; by for the fruit the tree is known. 34 O broods of venomous serpents, how are you able good (things) to speak, evil (men) being? out of for the fulness of the heart the mouth speaks. 35 The good man out of the good treasure bring forth the good (things); and the evil man out of the evil treasure brings forth evil (things). 36 I say but to you, that every word idle, which if may speak the men, they shall give account, concerning this word in a day of trial. 37 By for the words of thee thou shalt be acquitted, and by the words of thee thou shalt be condemned. 38 Then answered some of the scribes and Pharisees, saying: O teacher, we wish from thee a sign to see. 39 He but answering said to them: A generation evil and adulterous a sign demands; and a sign not shall be given to her, if not a sign of Jonas the prophet. 40 Like as for was Jonas in the belly of the fish three days and three nights; so shall be the son of the man in the heart of the earth three days and three nights. 41 Men Ninevites shall stand up in the judgment against the generation of this, and shall give judgment against her; for they reformed at the preaching of Jonas; and lo, a greater of Jonas here. 42 Queen of south shall rise up in the judgment against the generation of this, and shall give judgment against her; for she came from the ends of the earth to her the wisdom of Solomon; and lo, a greater of Solomon here. 43 When but the unclean spirit may come out from the man, it wanders about through dry places seeking a resting-place, and not it finds. 44 Then it says: I will return into the house of me, whence I came. And coming it finds it being empty, having been swept, and having been set in order. 45 Then it goes, and takes with itself seven other spirits, more wicked of itself, and they entering finds an abode there; and becomes the last (state) of the man that worse of the first. Thus will be and the generation this the wicked. 46 While and he is talking to the crowds, lo, the mother and the brothers of him stood without, seeking to him to speak. 47 Said then one to him: Lo, the mother of thee and the brothers of thee without stand, seeking to thee to speak. 48 He but answering said to the man informing him: Who is the mother of me? and who are the brothers of me? 49 And stretching out the hand of him towards the disciples of him, said: Lo, the mother of me, and the brothers of me. 50 Whoever for may do the will of the Father of me, that in heavens, the same of me a brother and a sister and a mother is.
1 In but the day that departing the Jesus from the house, he sat by the sea; 2 and were gathered to him crowds great, so that he into the ship entering to be seated; and all the crowds on the shore stood. 3 And he spake to them much in parables, saying: Lo, went out the sower of the (seed) to sow. 4 And in the sowing it, some indeed fell on the path; and came the birds, and ate them. 5 Others and fell on the rocky ground where not it had earth much; and immediately sprung up, through the not to have a depth of earth; 6 sun and having arisen, it was scorched; and through the not have a root, was dried up. 7 Others and fell among the thorns; and sprung up the thorns, and coked them. 8 Others and fell on the ground the good; and bore fruit, the one a hundred, the other sixty, the other thirty. 9 He having ear to hear, let him hear. 10 And coming the disciples said to him: Why in parables speakest thou to them? 11 He and answering said to the: Because to you it is given to know the secrets of the kingdom of the heavens; to them but not it is given. 12 Whoever for has, it shall be given to him, and he will be gifted with abundance; Whoever but not has, even what he has, shall be taken from him. 13 Therefore this in parables to them I speak, for seeing not they see, and hearing not they hear, neither do they understand. 14 And is fulfilled to them the prophecy of Esaias, that saying: By hearing you shall hear, and not not may you understand; and seeing you will see, and not not you may see. 15 Has grown fat for the heart of the people this, and with the ears heavily they hear, and the eyes of them they shut, lest they should see with the eyes, and with the ears they should hear, and with the heart should understand, and they should turn, and I should heal them. 16 Of you but blessed the eyes for they see; and the ears of you for they hear. 17 Indeed for I say to you, that many prophets and righteous men have desired to see, what you see, and not saw; and to hear, what you hear, and not heard. 18 You therefore hear the parable of the sower. 19 Any one hearing the word of the kingdom, and not understanding, comes the wicked (one), and snatches that having been sown in the heart of him; this is, that on the path being sown. 20 That but on the rocky ground being sown, this, who the word hearing and forthwith with joy receiving it; 21 not he has but a root in himself, but transient is; arising and trial or persecution through the word, immediately he is offended. 22 That but into the thorns being sown, this is, who the word hearing, and the care of the age this, and the delusion of the riches chokes the word; and unfruitful becomes. 23 That but on the ground the good being sown, this is, who the word hearing, and understanding; who really bear fruit, and yields, the one a hundred, the other sixty, the other thirty. 24 Another parable he proposed to them, saying: May be compared the kingdom of the heavens to a man sowing good seed in the field of him. 25 In and the to sleep the men, came of him the enemy, and sowed darnel through midst of the wheat; and went forth. 26 When and was spring up the blade and fruit yielded, then appeared also the darnel. 27 Coming and the slaves of the householder, said to him: O lord, not good seed didst thou sow in the thy field? whence then has it darnel? 28 He and said to them: An enemy a man this has done. The and slaves said to him: Dost thou wish then going forth we should gather them? 29 He said: No; lest, gathering the darnel, you should root up with them the wheat. 30 Leave them to grow together both till the harvest; and in time of the harvest I will say to the harvesters: Gather you first the darnel, and bind you them into bundles, for the to burn them; the but wheat bring together into the barn of me. 31 Another parable he proposed to them, saying: Like is the kingdom of the heavens to a grain of mustard, which taking a man sowed in the field of him. 32 Which less indeed is of all of the seeds; when but it may be grown, greater of the herbs is, and becomes a tree, so that to come the birds of the heaven, and to make nests in the branches of it. 33 Another parable he spake to them: Like is the kingdom of the heavens to leaven, which taking a woman mixed in of meal measures three, till of it was leavened whole. 34 These all spake the Jesus in parables to the crowds, and without a parable not he spake to them; 35 so that it might be fulfilled the word spoken through the prophet, say: I will open in parables the mouth of me; I will openly declare things having been hid from a beginning of the world. 36 Then leaving the crowds, went into the house the Jesus. And came to him the disciples of him, saying: Explain to us the parable of darnels of the field. 37 He and answering said to them: He sowing the good seed, is the son of the man; 38 the and field, is the world; the and good seed, they are the sons of the kingdom; the and darnel, are the sons of the wicked (one); 39 the and enemy, he having sown them, is the adversary; the and harvest, end of the age is; the and reapers, messengers are. 40 As therefore are gathered the darnel, and in a fire are burned; so will it he in the end of the age this. 41 Will send the son of the man the messengers of him, and they will gather out of the kingdom of him all the seducers and those working the lawlessness, 42 and they will cast them into the furnace of the fire; there shall be a weeping and gnashing of the teeth. 43 Then the righteous shall shine, as the sun, in the kingdom of the father of them. He having ears to hear, let him hear. 44 Again like is the kingdom of the heaven to a treasure having been hid in the field, which finding a man be hides, and from the joy of him he goes, and all as much he has sells, and buys the field that. 45 Again like is the kingdom of the heaven to a man a merchant, seeking choice pearls. 46 Finding and one costly pearl, going he sold all as much as he had, and bought it. 47 Again like is the kingdom of the heaven, to a drag-net, being cast into the sea, and of every kind bringing together; 48 which when it is full, drawing to the shore, and sitting down they collected the good into vessels, the but bad away they cast. 49 So it will be in the end of the age. Shall go forth the messengers, and shall separate the wicked from among the just, 50 and shall cast them into the furnace of the fire; there will be the weeping and the gnashing of the teeth. 51 Says to them the Jesus: Have you understood these things all? They say to him: Yes O Lord. 52 He then said to them: Therefore this every scribe, being instructed to the kingdom of the heavens, like is to a man an householder, who brings out of the treasury of him new and old. 53 And it came to pass, when had concluded the Jesus the parables these, he departed thence. 54 And coming into the country of him, he taught them in the synagogue of them, so as to astonish them, and to say, Whence this the wisdom this, and these powers? 55 Not this is the of the carpenter son? Not the mother of him is called Mary? and the brothers of him James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas? 56 and the sisters of him not all with us are? whence then this these all? 57 And they found a difficulty in him. The and Jesus said to them: Not is a prophet unhonored, if not in the country of him, and in the house of him. 58 And not he did do there mighty works many, because of the unbelief of them.
1 At that the time heard Herod the tetrarch the fame of Jesus, 2 and said to the servants of him: This is the John the dipper; he is raised from the dead, and therefore this the mighty powers work in him. 3 The for Herod, seizing the John, had bound him, and put in prison, on account of Herodias the wife of Philip the brother of him. 4 He said for to him the John: Not it is lawful to thee to have her. 5 And wishing him to destroy, he feared the people, for as a prophet him they esteemed. 6 Birthday of but was being held of the Herod, danced the daughter of Herodias in the midst; and pleased the Herod; 7 whereupon with an oath he promised to her to give, what soever she might ask. 8 She and, being incited by the mother of her, Give to me, she said, here upon a plate the head of John the dipper. 9 And was sorry the king; because of but the oaths and those reclining at table, he commanded it to be given. 10 And sending he cut off the head of the John in the prison. 11 And was brought the head of him on a plate, and it was given to the little girl; and she brought it to the mother of her. 12 And coming the disciples of him took the body, and they buried it; and departing they told it to the Jesus. 13 And having heard the Jesus, withdrew from thence in a ship into a desert place by himself; and having heard the crowds, they followed him by land from the cities. 14 And coming out the Jesus saw great a crowd; and he was moved with pity towards them, and healed the sick of them. 15 Evening and having come, came to him the disciples of him, saying: A desert is the place, and the hour has passed by; dismiss the crowds, that going into the villages, they may buy themselves victuals. 16 The but Jesus said to them: No need they have to go away; give to them you to eat. 17 They and say to him: Not we have here, except five loaves and two fishes, 18 He and said: Bring to me them here. 19 And directing the crowds to recline upon the grass, taking the five loaves, and the two fishes, looking up to the heaven, he gave praise; and breaking, he gave to the disciples the loaves, the and disciples to the crowds. 20 And they ate all, and were filled; and they took up the over and above of the fragments, twelve baskets full. 21 Those and eating were men about five-thousand, besides women and children. 22 And immediately he urged the disciples to enter into the ship, and to go before him to the other side, while he should dismiss the crowds. 23 And having sent away the crowds, he went up into the mountain by himself to pray. Evening and having come, alone he was there. 24 The and ship now in the midst of the sea was, having been tossed by the waves; was for contrary the wind. 25 In forth and watch of the night he went to them, walking upon the sea. 26 And seeing him the disciples upon the sea walking, they were terrified, saying: That an apparition is; and from the fear they cried aloud. 27 Immediately but spake to them the Jesus, saying: Take courage, I am; not be afraid. 28 Answering and him the Peter said: O lord, if thou art, bid me to thee to come upon the water. 29 He and said: Come. And descending from the boat the Peter, he walked upon the water, to come to the Jesus. 30 Seeing but the wind strong, he was afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried, saying: O lord, save me. 31 Immediately and the Jesus stretching out the hand, took hold of him, and says to him: O distrustful man, for why didst thou doubt? 32 And entering of them into the ship, ceased the wind. 33 They and in the ship, coming prostrated to him saying: Certainly of a God a son thou art. 34 And having passed over, they came to the land Gennesaret. 35 And knowing him the men of the place that, they send into all the country round about that, and they brought to him all those disease having, 36 and besought him that only they might touch the tuft of the mantle of him; and as many as touched, were made whole.
1 Then came to the Jesus those from Jerusalem scribes and Pharisees, saying: 2 Why the disciples of thee transgress the tradition of the elders? not for they wash the hands of them, whenever bread they may eat. 3 He but answering said to them: Why also you transgress the commandment of the God, through the tradition of you? 4 He for God he commanded, saying: Honor the father and the mother; and: He reviling father or mother, death let him die. 5 You but say: Whoever may say to the father or the mother, A gift, whatever out of me thou mightest be profited; 6 then not not may honor the father of him or the mother of him. And you annul the commandment of the God through the tradition of you. 7 O hypocrites, well prophesied concerning you Esaias, saying: 8 The people this with the lips me honor; the but heart of them far off is removed from me. 9 without profit but they reverence me, teaching doctrine, commandments of men. 10 And having called the crowd, he said to them: Hear you and be instructed. 11 Not that entering into the mouth pollutes the man; but that proceeding out of the mouth this pollutes the man. 12 Then having come the disciples of him, said to him: Knowest thou, that the Pharisees, hearing that saying, found a difficulty? 13 He but answering said: Every plantation, which not has planted the Father of me the heavenly, shall be rooted up. 14 Let alone them; guides they are blind of blind. Blind and blind if may lead, both into a pit will fall. 15 Answering and the Peter said to him: Explain to us the comparison this. 16 The and Jesus said: Yet also you unintelligent are? 17 Not yet perceive you, that all that entering into the mouth, into the belly passes, and into a privy is cast? 18 Those but proceeding out of the mouth, from the heart issues forth, and they pollute the man. 19 From for the heart comes forth purposes evil; murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false testimonies, evil speakers. 20 These is the (things) polluting the man; that but with unwashed hands to eat not pollutes the man. 21 And departing thence the Jesus withdrew into the confines of Tyre and Sidon. 22 And lo, a woman Canaanitish, of the parts those coming out, cried out to him, saying: Pity me, O lord, O son David; the daughter of me sadly is demonized. 23 He but not answered her a word. And coming the disciples of him, besought him, saying: Send away her, for she cries at the back of us. 24 He but answering said: Not I am sent, except to the sheep the perishing house of Israel. 25 She then coming prostrated to him, saying: O lord, give aid to me. 26 He but answering said: Not it is right to take the bread of the children, and to throw to the dogs. 27 She but said: True, O Lord: even for the dogs eatest of the crumbs of the falling from the table of the masters of them. 28 Then answering the Jesus and to her: O woman, great of thee the faith; let it be to thee, as thou wilt. And was healed the daughter of her from the hour that. 29 And departing thence the Jesus, came near the sea the Galilee; and ascending into the mountain, he sat down there. 30 And came to him crowds great, having with them lame, blind, deaf, maimed, and others many; and they laid them at the feet of the Jesus, and he healed them; 31 so that the crowds to wonder, beholding deaf speaking, maimed sound, lame walking and blind seeing; and they glorified the God of Israel. 32 The then Jesus, having called the disciples of him, said: I have compassion on the crowd, for already days three, they have remained with me, and not they have any thing they may eat; and to send away them fasting not I will, lest they may faint in the way. 33 And they say to him the disciples of him: Whence to us in a desert place loaves so many, so as to satisfy a crowd so great? 34 And says to them the Jesus: How many loaves have you? They and said: Seven, and few small fishes. 35 And he directed the crowds to recline upon the ground. 36 And taking the seven loaves and the fishes, giving thanks he broke and he gave to the disciples of him, the and disciples to the crowd. 37 And they ate all, were filled; and they took up that over and above of the fragments, seven large baskets full. 38 They and eating were for thousand men, besides woman and children. 39 And having sent away the crowds, he went into the ship, and came to the coasts of Magdala.
1 And coming the Pharisees and Sadducees, tempting they asked him, a sign from the heaven to show to them. 2 He but answering said to them: Evening coming, you say: Fair weather; reddens for the heaven. 3 And in the morning; To-day a storm; is red for lowering the heaven. Hypocrites, the truly face of the heaven you know to judge, the but signs of the times not can you? 4 A generation evil and adulterous a sign seeks; and a sign not shall be given to her, except the sign of Jonas the prophet. And leaving them, he went away. 5 And coming the disciples of him to the other side, had forgotten loaves to take. 6 The and Jesus said to them: Look and take heed of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees. 7 They and reasoned among themselves saying: Because loaves not we have brought. 8 Knowing and the Jesus said: Why reason you among yourselves, O you weak of faith, because loaves not you have brought? 9 Not yet perceive you, nor remember you the five loaves of the five thousand, and how many baskets you took up? 10 Nor the seven loaves of the for thousand, and how many large baskets you took up? 11 Why not do you perceive, that not about bread I spoke to you to take heed of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees? 12 Then they understood, that not he did say beware of the leaven of the bread, but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees. 13 Coming and the Jesus into the parts of Caesarea of the Philip, asked the disciples of him, saying: Who me say the men to be, the son of the man? 14 They and said: Some, John the dipper; others and, Elias; other and, Jeremias, or one of the prophets. 15 He says to them: You but who me say to be? 16 Answering and Simon Peter said:Thou art the Anointed, the son of the God the living. 17 And answering the Jesus said to him: Blessed art thou, Simon son of Jonas; for flesh and blood not it has revealed to thee, but the Father of me, that in the heavens. 18 Also I and to thee say, that thou art a rock, and upon this the rock I will build of me the church, and gates of hades not shall prevail against her. 19 And I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of the heavens; and whatever thou mayest bind upon the earth, shall be bound in the heavens; and whatever thou mayest loose upon the earth, shall be loosed in the heavens. 20 Then he charged the disciples of him, that no one they should tell that he is the Anointed. 21 From that time began the Jesus to show to the disciples of him, that must he to go to Jerusalem, and many (things) to suffer from the elders and high-priests and scribes, and to be killed, and the third day to be raised. 22 And taking aside him the Peter, began to reprove him, saying: Be it far from thee, O lord; not not shall be to thee this. 23 He but turning said to the Peter: Go thou behind of me, adversary; a stumbling block of me thou art; for not thou regardest the (things) of the God, but those of the men. 24 Then the Jesus said to the disciples of him: If any one wish after me to come, let him deny himself, and let him bear the cross of him, and follow me. 25 Whoever for may wish the life of him to save, shall lose her; whoever and may lose the life of him on account of me, shall find her. 26 What for is profited a man if the world whole he may win, the and life of him he may forfeit? or what shall give a man in exchange for the life of him? 27 Is about for the the son of the man to come in the glory of the Father of him, with the messengers of him, and then he will render to each one according to the behavior of him. 28 Indeed I say to you, there are some of those here having stood, who not not shall taste of death, till they may see the son of the man coming in the royal majesty of him.
1 And after days six takes the Jesus the Peter, and James, and John the brother of him; and leads up them into a mountain high privately. 2 And he was transfigured in the presence of them, and shone the face of him as the sun; the and garments of him become white as the light. 3 And lo, appeared to them Moses and Elias with him talking. 4 Answering and the Peter said to the Jesus: O lord, good it is us here to be; if thou wilt, we may make here three tents, to thee one, and Moses one, and one Elias. 5 Still of him speaking, lo, a cloud of light overshadowed them; and lo, a voice out of the cloud, saying: This is the son of me the beloved, in whom I delight; of him hear you. 6 And having heard the disciples, they fell upon face of them, and were frightened greatly. 7 And coming near the Jesus, touched them, and said: Be you raised, and not be afraid. 8 Lifting up then the eyes of them, no one they saw, except the Jesus alone. 9 And descending of them, from the mountain, charged them the Jesus, saying: To no one you may tell the vision, till the son of the man from dead (ones) should be raised. 10 And asked him the disciples of him, saying: Why then the scribes say, that Elias must to come first? 11 The but Jesus answering said to them: Elias truly comes first, and shall restore all things; 12 I say but to you, that Elias just now came, and not they knew him, but have done to him as much as they wished; thus also the son of the man is about to suffer by them. 13 Then understood the disciples, that concerning John the dipper he spoke to them. 14 And having come of them to the crowd, came to him a man, knee-falling him, 15 and saying: O lord, have pity on me the son; for he is moon-struck, and sadly suffers; often for he falls into the fire, and often into the water. 16 And I brought him to the disciples of thee, and not they were able him to heal. 17 Answering and the Jesus said: O generation unfaithful and having been perverted; till when shall I be with you? till when shall I bear you? bring you to me him here. 18 And rebuked him the Jesus, and came out of him the demon; and was cured the boy from the hour that. 19 Then coming the disciples to the Jesus by himself, said: Why we not were able to cast out it? 20 The and Jesus said to them: On account of the unbelief of you. Indeed for I say to you, If you have faith as a grain of mustard, you will say to the mountain this. Be thou removed from here there, and it will remove; and nothing will be impossible to you. 21 This but the kind not goes out, if not in prayer and fasting. 22 Were traveling and of them in the Galilee, said to them the Jesus: Is about the son of the man to be delivered up into hands of men, 23 and they will kill him; and the third day he will be raised. And they were grieved exceedingly. 24 Having arrived and of them at Capernaum, came those the didrachmas receiving to the Peter, and said: The teacher of you not pays the didrachmas? 25 He says: Yes. And when he was come into the house, anticipated him the Jesus, saying: Which to thee seems right, Simon? The kings of the earth from whom do they take taxes or census? from the sons of them, or from the aliens? 26 Says to him the Peter: From the aliens. Says to him the Jesus: Then exempt are the sons. 27 That but not we may offend them, going to the sea, cast thou a hook, and the ascending first fish take up; and opening the mouth of him, thou wilt find a stater; that taking, give to them for me and thee.
1 In that the hour came the disciples to the Jesus, saying: Who then greater is in the kingdom of the heaven? 2 And having called the Jesus a little child placed it in midst of them, 3 and said: Indeed I say to you, if not you be changed and become as the little children, not not you may enter into the kingdom of the heavens. 4 Whoever therefore may humble himself as the little child this, he is the greater in the kingdom of the heavens. 5 And whoever may receive a little child such one on the name of me, me receives. 6 Who but ever may insnare one of the little-ones these, of the believing into me, it is appropriate to him, that should be hung a millstone upper on the neck of him, and he should be sunk in the depth of the sea. 7 Woe to the world from the snares. Necessary for it is to come the snares; but woe to the man to that through whom the snare comes. 8 If therefore the hand of thee or the foot of thee insnares thee, cut off them, and cast from thee; good to thee it is to enter into the life lame or a cripple, than two hands or two feet having to be cast into the fire the age-lasting. 9 And if the eye of thee insnares thee, tear out it, and cast from thee; good of thee it is one-eyed into the life to enter, than two eyes having to be cast into the Gehenna of the fire. 10 See, not you may despise one of the little-ones these; I say for to you that the messengers of them in heavens perpetually see the face of the Father of me, that in heavens. 11 Is come for the son of the man to save the having been lost. 12 What to you seems right? if should have any man a hundred sheep, and should go astray one from them; not leaving the ninety-nine upon the mountain, going he seeks that having strayed? 13 And if he should happen to find it, indeed I say to you, that he rejoices over it more, than over the nine-nine, those not having been led astray. 14 Thus not it is will in the presence of the Father of you of that in heavens, that should perish one of the little-ones of them. 15 If and should in error against thee the brother of thee, go, test him between thee and him alone. If thee he may hear thou hast won the brother of thee; 16 If but not he may hear, take with thee besides one or two; that by mouth two of witnesses or of three may be proved every word. 17 If and he should disregard them, tell thou to the congregation; if and also of the congregation he should disregard, let him be to thee as the Gentile and the tax-gather. 18 Indeed i say to you, whatever you may bind on the earth, shall be having been bound in the heaven; and whatever you may loose on the earth, shall be having been loosed in the heaven. 19 Again I say to you, that if two of you may agree upon the earth, about any matter, whatever they may ask, it shall be to them from the Father of me, of that in heavens. 20 Where for are two or three having come together in the my name, there i am in the midst of them. 21 Then coming to him the Peter, said: O lord, how often shall sin against me the brother of me, and I shall forgive him? till seven times? 22 Says to him the Jesus: Not I say to thee, till seven times, but till seventy times seven. 23 Therefore this has been compared the kingdom of the heavens to a man king, who wished to settle an account with the slaves of him. 24 Having begun and of him to settle, they brought to him one a debtor of ten thousand talents. 25 Not having but of him to pay, ordered him the lord of him to be sold, and the wife of him, and the children, and all as much as he had, and payment to be made. 26 Falling down therefore the slave he prostrated to him, saying: O lord, have patience with me, and all to thee I will pay. 27 being moved with pity then the lord of the slave of that, loosed him, and the debt remitted to him. 28 Going out but the slave that, found one of the fellow-slaves of him, who owned to him a hundred denarii; and seizing him he coked him, saying: Pay to me if any thing thou owest. 29 Falling down therefore the fellow-slave of him, besought him, saying: Have patience with me, and all I will pay to thee. 30 He and not he would; but going away he cast him into prison, till he should pay that he was owing. 31 Seeing and the fellow-slaves of him that having been done, were grieved much; and going they related to the lord of them all that having been done. 32 Then having called him the lord of him, says to him: O slave wicked, all the debt that I remitted to thee, because thou besought me; 33 not was it binding also thee to have pitied the fellow slave of thee, as also I thee pitied? 34 And being provoked the lord of him delivered him to the jailors, till he may pay all that owing to him. 35 So also the Father of me the heavenly will do to you if not you forgive each one the brother of him from the hearts of you.