1 And, Jesus coming forth, from the temple, was taking his departure, when his disciples came forward to point out to him the buildings of the temple. 2 But, he, answering, said unto them—Are ye not beholding all these things? Verily, I say unto you—in no wise, shall there be left here, stone upon stone, which shall not be thrown down. 3 And, as he was sitting upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him, privately, saying—Tell us, when these things shall be,—and what the sign of thy presence, and the conclusion of the age. 4 And, answering, Jesus said unto them—Be taking heed, lest anyone, deceive, you; 5 For, many, will come upon my name, saying—I, am the Christ,—and will, deceive many. 6 Moreover ye will be sure to be hearing of wars, and rumours of wars: Mind! be not alarmed, for it must needs happen,—but, not yet, is, the end; 7 For there will arise—nation against nation, and kingdom against kingdom,—and there will be famines and earthquakes, in places. 8 But, all these things, are a beginning of birth-pangs. 9 Then, will they deliver you up into tribulation, and will slay you,—and ye will be men hated by all the nations, because of my name 10 And, then, will many be caused to stumble, and, one another, will deliver up, and will hate one another; 11 And, many false prophets, will arise, and deceive, many; 12 And, because of lawlessness being brought to the full, the love of the many, will grew cold. 13 But, he that hath endured throughout, the same, shall be saved. 14 And this glad message of the kingdom will be proclaimed in all the inhabited earth, for a witness unto all the nations,—and, then, will have come, the end. 15 Whensoever, therefore, ye shall see the abomination desolation, that was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in a holy place,—he that readeth, let him think, 16 Then, they who are in Judaea, let them flee into the mountains; 17 And, he that is on the house-top, let him not come down, to take away the things out of his house; 18 And, he that is in the field, let him not turn back, to take away his mantle. 19 But alas! for the women with child, and for them that are giving suck, in those days; 20 But be praying that your flight, may not happen in winter, nor on sabbath; 21 For there will be then, Great tribulation, such as hath not happened, from the beginning of the world, until the present time, neither in any wise shall happen. 22 And, except those days had been shortened, no flesh had been saved; but, for the sake of the chosen, those days shall be shortened. 23 Then, if any, unto you, say—Lo! here, is the Christ, or, there, Do not believe it; 24 For there will arise, false Christs, and false prophets,—and they will show great signs and wonders, so that, if possible, even the chosen, should be deceived:— 25 Lo! I have foretold you. 26 If therefore they should say unto you, Lo! in the desert, he is, Do not go forth; Lo! in the chambers, Do not believe it. 27 For, just as the lightning goeth forth from the east, and shineth unto the west, so, shall be the presence of the Son of Man. 28 Wheresoever, the corpse, shall be, there, shall be gathered, the vultures! 29 But, straightway after the tribulation of those days, the sun, will be darkened, and, the moon, will not give her brightness, and, the stars, will fall from heaven,—and, the powers of the heavens, will be shaken; 30 And, then, will be displayed—The sign of the Son of Man in heaven, and, then, will smite their breasts—all the tribes of the earth; and they will see the Son of Man—coming upon the clouds of heaven, with great power and glory. 31 And he will send forth his messengers, with a great trumpet, and they will gather together his chosen—Out of the four winds, from heavens’ bounds, unto their bounds. 32 Now, from the fig-tree, learn ye, the parable:—When, already, her young branch, becometh tender, and the leaves, may be sprouting, ye observe, that, near, is, the summer: 33 Thus, ye also, when ye shall see all these things, observe ye, that, near, he is, at the doors. 34 Verily, I say unto you—In nowise, shall this generation, pass away, until all these things, shall happen: 35 The heaven and the earth, shall pass away, but, my words, shall, in nowise, pass away. 36 But, concerning that day and hour, no one, knoweth, neither the messengers of the heavens, nor the Son,—save the Father only. 37 For, just as the days of Noah, so, will be the presence of the Son of Man; 38 For, as they were in those days that were before the flood, feeding and drinking, marrying and being given in marriage,—until the day Noah entered into the ark; 39 And they observed not, until the flood came and took away all together, so, will be, the presence of the Son of Man. 40 Then, shall there be two men in the field,—one, is taken near, and, one, is left behind: 41 Two women grinding at the mill,—one, is taken near, and, one, is left behind. 42 Be watching, therefore, for ye know not, on what manner of day, your Lord is coming. 43 But there is, one thing, ye know—That, if the householder, had known, in what watch, the thief was coming, he would have been on the alert, and not have suffered his house to be dug through. 44 Wherefore, ye also, be getting ready, because, in what hour ye are, not thinking, The Son of Man doth come. 45 Who then is the faithful and prudent servant, whom the master hath appointed over his household, to give them food in season? 46 Happy! that servant, whom his master, when he cometh, shall find so doing! 47 Verily, I say unto you—Over all his substance, will he appoint him. 48 But, if that wicked servant should say in his heart—My master, delayeth, 49 And begin to be striking his fellow-servants, and eating and drinking with the drunken, 50 The master of that servant, will have come, on a day when he is not expecting, and in an hour when he is not observing,— 51 And will cut him asunder; and, his part, with the hypocrites, will appoint: There, shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth!
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14 All things, be doing, apart from murmurings and disputings; 15 In order that ye may become faultless and inviolate, children of God, blameless amidst a crooked and perverted generation, amongst whom ye appear as luminaries in the world, 16 A word of light, holding forth,—as a matter of boasting unto me, for the day of Christ,—that, not in vain, I ran, nor, in vain, I toiled:— 17 Nay! if I am even to be poured out as a drink-offering, upon the sacrifice and public ministry of your faith, I rejoice, yea rejoice together with you all,—
24 Favour be with all them that love our Lord Jesus Christ with incorruptness.
5 When we pull down, calculations, and every height that uplifteth itself against the knowledge of God, and when we bring into captivity every thought unto the obedience of the Christ,
1 There was however, a man from among the Pharisees, Nicodemus, his name,—ruler of the Jews. 2 The same, came unto him, by night, and said unto him—Rabbi! we know that, from God, thou hast come, a teacher; for, no one, can be doing, these signs, which, thou, art doing, except, God, be with him. 3 Jesus answered, and said unto him—Verily, verily, I say unto thee: Except one be born from above, he cannot see the kingdom of God. 4 Nicodemus saith unto him—How, can a man be born, when he is, old? Can he, into the womb of his mother, a second time, enter, and be born? 5 Jesus answered—Verily, verily, I say unto thee: Except one be born of water and spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. 6 That which hath been born of the flesh, is, flesh, and, that which hath been born of the spirit, is, spirit. 7 Do not marvel, that I said unto thee: Ye must needs be born from above. 8 The spirit, where it pleaseth, doth breathe, and, the sound thereof, thou hearest; but knowest not, whence it cometh and whither it goeth: Thus, is every one who hath been born of the spirit. 9 Nicodemus answered, and said unto him—How, can these things, come about? 10 Jesus answered, and said unto him—Art, thou, the teacher of Israel, and, these things, knowest not? 11 Verily, verily, I say unto thee: What we know, we speak, and, of what we have seen, we bear witness, and, our witness, ye receive not. 12 If, the earthly things, I told you, and ye believe not, How, if I should tell you the heavenly things, will ye believe? 13 And, no one, hath ascended into heaven, save he that, out of heaven, descended,—The Son of Man. 14 And, just as, Moses, lifted up the serpent in the desert, so, must, the Son of Man, be lifted up,— 15 That, whosoever believeth in him, may have life age-abiding. 16 For God, so loved, the world, that, his Only Begotten Son, he gave,—that, whosoever believeth on him, might not perish, but have life age-abiding. 17 For God, sent not, his Son into the world, that he might judge the world, but, that the world might be saved through him. 18 He that believeth on him, is not to be judged: he that believeth not, already, hath been judged,—because he hath not believed on the name of the Only Begotten Son of God. 19 And, this, is the judgment: That, the light, hath come into the world,—and men loved, rather the darkness than the light, for, wicked, were their, works. 20 For, whosoever doth practise corrupt things, hateth the light, and cometh not unto the light, lest his works should be reproved; 21 But, he that doeth the truth, cometh unto the light, that his works may be, made manifest, that, in God, have they been wrought. 22 After these things, came Jesus, and his disciples, into the Judaean land; and, there, was he tarrying with them, and immersing. 23 And John also was immersing in Aenon, near to him, because, many waters, were there; and they were coming, and being immersed;— 24 for, not yet, had John been cast into prison. 25 There arose, therefore, a questioning, from among the disciples of John, with a Jew,—concerning purification. 26 And they came unto John, and said unto him—Rabbi! he who was with thee beyond the Jordan, unto whom, thou, hast borne witness, see! the same, is immersing; and, all, are coming unto him. 27 John answered, and said—A man can receive, nothing, except it have been given him out of heaven. 28 Ye yourselves, unto me, bear witness, that, I, said—I, am not the Christ; but—I am sent before, That One. 29 He that hath the bride, is, bridegroom; but, the friend of the bridegroom, who standeth by and hearkeneth unto him, greatly, rejoiceth, by reason of the voice of the bridegroom. This, my joy, therefore, is fulfilled. 30 That One, it behoveth to increase,—but, me, to decrease. 31 He that, from above, doth come, over all, is: he that is of the earth, of the earth, is, and, of the earth, doth speak: he that, out of heaven, doth come, over all, is, 32 What he hath seen and heard, of, the same, he beareth witness,—and, his witness, no one, receiveth:— 33 He that hath received his witness, hath set seal—that, God, is, true. 34 For, he whom God hath sent, the sayings of God, doth speak; for, not by measure, giveth he the Spirit. 35 The Father, loveth the Son, and, all things, hath given into his hand. 36 He that believeth on the Son, hath life age-abiding: whereas, he that yieldeth not unto the Son, shall not see life,—but, the anger of God, awaiteth him.
1 When therefore the Lord knew, that the Pharisees had heard—Jesus, more disciples, is making and immersing, than John,— 2 although indeed, Jesus himself, was not immersing, but his disciples, 3 he left Judaea, and departed again into Galilee. 4 Now he must needs pass through Samaria. 5 He cometh, therefore, unto a city of Samaria, called Sychar, near the parcel of ground which Jacob gave unto Joseph his son. 6 Now Jacob’s fountain was there. Jesus, therefore, having become toil-worn with the journey, was sitting thus, upon the fountain. It was about the sixth hour. 7 There cometh a woman of Samaria to draw water. Jesus saith unto her—Give me to drink! 8 for, his disciples, had gone away into the city, that, food, they might buy. 9 The Samaritan woman, therefore, saith unto him—How dost, thou, being, a Jew, ask to drink, of me, who am, a Samaritan woman? [for, Jews, have no dealings with Samaritans.] 10 Jesus answered, and said unto her—If thou hadst known the free gift of God, and who it is that is saying unto thee, Give me to drink, thou, wouldst have asked him, and he would have given thee living water. 11 She saith unto him—Sir! not even a bucket, hast thou,—and, the well, is, deep:—Whence, then, hast thou the living water? 12 Art, thou, greater than, our father Jacob, who gave us the well,—and, himself, out of it drank, and his sons, and his flocks? 13 Jesus answered, and said unto her—Whosoever drinketh of this water, will thirst, again; 14 But, whosoever shall drink of the water which, I, will give him, in nowise shall thirst, unto times age-abiding,—but, the water which I will give him, shall become, within him, a fountain of water, springing up unto life age-abiding. 15 The woman saith unto him—Sir! give me this water, that I thirst not, neither be coming hither to draw. 16 He saith unto her—Go, call thy husband, and come hither! 17 The woman answered, and said [unto him]—I have no husband. Jesus saith unto her—Well, saidst thou, A husband, I have not; 18 for, five husbands, thou hast had,—and, now, he whom thou hast, is not thy, husband: This true thing, hast thou spoken. 19 The woman saith unto him—Sir! I perceive that, a prophet, art, thou:— 20 Our fathers, in this mountain, worshipped; and, ye, say, that, in Jerusalem, is the place, where, to worship, it behoveth. 21 Jesus saith unto her—Believe me, woman! There cometh an hour, when, neither in this mountain, nor yet in Jerusalem, shall ye worship the Father. 22 Ye, worship, that which ye know not; We, worship, that which we know; because, salvation, is, of the Jews. 23 But there cometh an hour, and, now, is,—when, the real worshippers, shall worship the Father in spirit and truth; for, even the Father, is seeking, such as these, as his worshippers. 24 God is, spirit; and, they that worship him, in spirit and truth, must needs worship. 25 The woman saith unto him—I know that, Messiah, cometh, who is called Christ,—Whensoever, he, shall come, he will tell us, everything. 26 Jesus saith unto her—I, that speak unto thee, am he. 27 And, hereupon, came his disciples, and they began to marvel, that, with a woman, he was talking. No one, however, said—What seekest thou? or—Why talkest thou with her? 28 The woman, therefore, left her water-vessel, and went away into the city, and saith unto the men— 29 Come! see a man, that told me all things that ever I did: Can, this, be, the Christ? 30 They came forth out of the city, and were coming unto him. 31 In the meantime, the disciples were requesting him, saying—Rabbi! eat. 32 But, he, said unto them—I, have, food, to eat, of which, ye, know not. 33 The disciples, therefore, began to say, one to another—Hath anyone brought him, to eat? 34 Jesus saith unto them—My food, is, that I should do the will of him that sent me, and complete, his work. 35 Are, ye, not saying—Yet, a fourmonth, it is, and, the harvest, cometh? Lo! I say unto you—Lift up your eyes, and gaze at the fields,—that, white, are they unto, harvest. Already, 36 he that reapeth, receiveth, a reward, and gathereth fruit unto life age-abiding; that, he that soweth, together may rejoice, with him that reapeth. 37 For, herein, doth the saying, hold good,—One, is the sower, and, another, is the reaper. 38 I, sent you forth, to be reaping that whereon, ye, have not toiled: Others, have toiled, and, ye, into their toil, have entered. 39 And, out of that city, many, believed on him—of the Samaritans,—by reason of the word of the woman in bearing witness—He told me all things that ever I did. 40 When, therefore, the Samaritans came unto him, they went on to request him to abide with them; and he abode there two days. 41 And, many more, believed by reason of his discourse; 42 and, unto the woman, began to say—No longer, by reason of thy talk, do we believe; for, we ourselves, have heard, and know that, This One, is, in truth, the Saviour of the world. 43 But, after the two days, he went forth from thence, into Galilee. 44 For, Jesus himself, bare witness, that, a prophet, in his own fatherland, hath not, honour. 45 So, when he came into Galilee, the Galilaeans welcomed him, having seen, all things, whatsoever he had done in Jerusalem during the feast; for, they also, went unto the feast. 46 So he came again into Cana of Galilee, where he had made the water, wine. And there was a certain courtier, whose son was sick, in Capernaum. 47 The same, hearing that Jesus had come out of Judaea into Galilee, came away unto him, and began requesting him, that he would come down and heal his son; for he was on the point of dying. 48 Jesus therefore said unto him—Except, signs and wonders, ye see, in nowise will ye believe. 49 The courtier saith unto him—Sir! come down, ere my child die! 50 Jesus saith unto him—Be going thy way: thy son, liveth! And the man believed in the word which Jesus spake to him, and at once went his way. 51 And, when he was even now going down, his servants, met him, saying, that, his boy, was living. 52 So he enquired the hour, from them, when he began, to amend. They said, therefore, unto him—Yesterday, at the seventh hour, the fever left him. 53 So the father took note that it was, in that hour, wherein Jesus said unto him—Thy son, liveth! and he believed, he, and all his house. 54 Now, this again, as, a second sign, Jesus did, after coming out of Judaea into Galilee.
1 After these things, was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up unto Jerusalem. 2 Now there is in Jerusalem, at the Sheep-gate, a pool, which is called in Hebrew Bethzatha,—having, five porches. 3 In these, was lying a throng of them who were sick,—blind, lame, withered. 4 5 And there was a certain man there, who, for thirty-eight years, had continued in his sickness. 6 Jesus, seeing, this one, lying, and taking note that now, a long time, had he continued, saith unto him—Desirest thou to be made, well? 7 The sick man answered him—Sir! I have, no man, that, as soon as the water hath been troubled, might thrust me into the pool; but, while, I, am coming, another, before me, goeth down. 8 Jesus saith unto him—Rise! take up thy couch, and be walking. 9 And, straightway, the man was made well and took up his couch, and began to walk. Now it was Sabbath, on that day. 10 The Jews, therefore, were saying, unto him who had been cured—It is, Sabbath; and it is not allowable for thee to take up thy couch:— 11 who, however, answered them—He that made me well, he, unto me, said—Take up thy couch, and be walking. 12 They questioned him—Who is the man that said unto thee, Take up [thy couch], and be walking? 13 But, the healed one, knew not, who, it was; for, Jesus, had turned aside, a multitude, being in the place. 14 After these things, Jesus findeth him, in the temple, and said unto him—See! thou hast become, well:—No more, be committing sin, lest, some worse thing, do thee befall. 15 The man went away, and told the Jews, that it was, Jesus, who had made him well. 16 And, on this account, were the Jews persecuting Jesus, because, these things, he had been doing, on Sabbath. 17 But, he, answered them—My Father, until even now, is working; and, I, am working. 18 On this account, therefore, the rather, were the Jews seeking to slay him,—because, not only was he breaking the Sabbath, but was calling God, his own Father, making, himself, equal, with, God. 19 Jesus, therefore, answered, and went on to say unto them—Verily, verily, I say unto you: The Son cannot be doing, of himself, a single thing,—save anything he may see, the Father, doing; for, whatsoever, he, may be doing, these things, the Son also, in like manner, doeth. 20 For, the Father, dearly loveth the Son, and, all things, pointeth out to him, which, himself, is doing; and, greater works than these, will he point out to him, that, ye, may marvel. 21 For, just as the Father waketh up the dead, and quickeneth them, in like manner, the Son also, whom he pleaseth, doth quicken. 22 For neither doth, the Father, judge anyone,—but, all the judging, hath given unto the Son: 23 That, all, may honour the Son, just as they honour the Father: he that doth not honour the Son, doth not, in fact, honour the Father who sent him. 24 Verily, verily, I say unto you: He that heareth, my word, and believeth in him that sent me, hath life age-abiding, and, into judgment, cometh not, but hath passed over, out of death into life. 25 Verily, verily, I say unto you: There cometh an hour, and now is, when, the dead, shall hearken unto the voice of the Son of God, and, they who have hearkened, shall live. 26 For, just as, the Father, hath life, in himself, in like manner, unto the Son also, hath he given, life, to have, in himself; 27 And, authority, hath he given him, to be executing, judgment,—because, Son of Man, is he! 28 Do not be marvelling at this: because there come an hour, in which, all they in the tombs, shall hearken unto his voice, 29 and shall come forth,—they who, the good things, have done, unto a resurrection, of life; but, they who the corrupt things, have practised, unto a resurrection, of judgment. 30 I, cannot be doing, of myself, a single thing,—Just as I hear, I judge; and, my judging, is, just,—because I seek not my own will, but the will of him that sent me. 31 If, I, bear witness, concerning myself, my witness, is not, true. 32 Another, it is, who beareth witness concerning me,—and I know that, true, is the witness which he witnesseth concerning me. 33 Ye, have sent forth unto John,—and he hath borne witness to the truth:— 34 I, however, not from man, my witness, receive; but, these things, I say, that, ye, may be saved:— 35 He, was the burning and shining lamp, and, ye, were willing to exult, for an hour, in his light. 36 But, I, have, as my witness, something greater than John’s; for, the works which the Father hath given me, that I should complete them,—the works themselves which I am doing, bear witness concerning me, that, the Father, hath sent me. 37 And so, the Father who sent me, he, hath borne witness concerning me; Neither, a sound of him, at any time, have ye heard, nor, a form of him, have ye seen; 38 And, his word, ye have not, within you abiding—because, as touching him whom, he, sent, in him, ye, believe not. 39 Ye search the Scriptures, because, ye, think, by them, to have, life age-abiding; and, those [Scriptures], are they which bear witness concerning me: 40 And yet ye choose not to come unto me, that, life, ye may have. 41 Glory from men, am I not receiving;— 42 But I have taken knowledge of you, that, the love of God, ye have not, in yourselves:— 43 I, have come, in the name of my Father,—and ye are not receiving me: If, another, shall come in his own name, him, ye will receive! 44 How can, ye, believe,—Glory from one another, receiving; and, the glory which is from the only God, are not seeking? 45 Do not think that, I, will accuse you unto the Father: There, is, who accuseth you, even, Moses,—on whom, ye, have set your hope. 46 For, if ye had been believing, in Moses, ye would, in that case, have been believing, in me: for, concerning me, he wrote. 47 But, if, in his writings, ye are not believing, how, in my sayings, will ye believe?
1 After these things, Jesus went away across the sea of Galilee, that is, of Tiberias; 2 and there was following him a great multitude, because they had been viewing the signs which he did upon such as were sick. 3 But Jesus had gone up into the mountain, and, there, was sitting with his disciples. 4 Now the passover was near, the feast of the Jews. 5 So then Jesus, lifting up his eyes, and beholding that a great multitude was coming unto him, saith unto Philip—Whence are we to buy loaves, that these may eat? 6 But, this, he was saying, to test him; for, he himself, knew, what he was about to do. 7 Philip answered him—Two hundred denaries-worth of loaves, are not sufficient for them, that, each one, may take, a little. 8 One from among his disciples, Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter, saith unto him— 9 There is a little lad here, that hath five barley loaves, and two small fishes,—but, these,—what are they, for such numbers? 10 Jesus said—Make the people recline. Now there was much grass in the place. So the men reclined, to the number of about five thousand. 11 Jesus therefore took the loaves, and, giving thanks, went on distributing unto them that reclined; in like manner, of the small fishes also: as much as they were wishing. 12 And, when they were well-filled, he saith unto his disciples—Gather up the broken pieces left over, that nothing be lost. 13 So they gathered them up, and filled twelve baskets, with broken pieces out of the five barley loaves,—which were left over by them who had eaten. 14 The people, therefore, seeing what signs he wrought, began to say—This, is, of a truth, the prophet who was to come into the world. 15 Jesus, therefore, getting to know that they were about to come, and seize him, that they might make him king, retired again into the mountain, himself, alone. 16 But, when evening came, his disciples went down unto the sea; 17 and, entering into a boat, were going across the sea into Capernaum. And, dark, already, had it become, and, not yet, had Jesus reached them; 18 moreover the sea, by reason of a great wind that blew, was rising high. 19 Having therefore rowed about twenty-five or thirty furlongs, they observe Jesus, walking upon the sea, and, near the boat, coming; and they were affrighted. 20 But, he, saith unto them—It is, I: be not affrighted! 21 They were willing, therefore, to receive him into the boat; and, straightway, the boat was at land, whither they had been slowly going. 22 On the morrow, the multitude that was standing on the other side of the sea, saw that there was not, another small-boat, there, save one,—and that Jesus entered not, along with his disciples, unto the boat, but that, alone, his disciples departed:— 23 howbeit there came boats out of Tiberias, near the place where they did eat the bread, after the Lord had given thanks:— 24 When, therefore, the multitude saw, that, Jesus, was not there, nor yet his disciples, they themselves, got into the small boats, and came unto Capernaum, seeking Jesus; 25 and, finding him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him—Rabbi! when, camest thou, hither? 26 Jesus answered them, and said—Verily, verily, I say unto you: Ye seek me, not because ye saw signs, but because ye did eat of the loaves and were filled. 27 Be working, not for the food that perisheth, but for the food that endureth unto life age-abiding,—which, the Son of Man, unto you, will give; for upon, the same, hath the Father, even God, set his seal. 28 They said, therefore, unto him—What are we to do, that we may be working the works of God? 29 Jesus answered, and said unto them—This, is the work of God: that ye believe on him whom, he, hath sent forth. 30 They said, therefore, unto him—What, then, art, thou, doing, by way of sign, that we may see, and believe in thee: what art thou working? 31 Our fathers, did eat, the manna, in the desert,—just as it is written: Bread out of heaven, he gave them to eat. 32 Jesus said unto them—Verily, verily, I say unto you: Not Moses, gave you the bread out of heaven; but, my Father, giveth you the real bread out of heaven. 33 For, the bread of God, is that which is coming down out of heaven, and giving, life, unto the world. 34 They said, therefore, unto him—Sir! Evermore, give us this bread. 35 Jesus said unto them—I, am the bread of life: he that cometh unto me, in nowise shall hunger, and, he that believeth on me, in nowise shall thirst, any more. 36 But I told you—Ye have even seen [me], and yet do not believe. 37 All that which the Father is giving me, unto me, will have come, and, him that cometh unto me, in nowise will I cast out,— 38 Because I have come down from heaven,—Not that I should be doing my own will, but the will of him that sent me. 39 And, this, is the will of him that sent me, That, of all that which he hath given me, I should lose nothing, but should raise it up at the last day. 40 For, this, is the will of my Father, That, every one that vieweth the Son, and believeth on him, should have life age-abiding, and, I, should raise him up, at the last day. 41 The Jews, therefore, began to murmur concerning him, because he said—I, am the bread that came down out of heaven; 42 and were saying—Is not, this, Jesus, the son of Joseph,—of whom, we, know the father and the mother! How is it then, that he, now, saith: Out of heaven, have I come down? 43 Jesus answered, and said unto them—Be not murmuring, one with another: 44 No one, can come unto me, except, the Father who sent me, draw him,—and, I, will raise him up, in the last day. 45 It is written in the prophets,—And they shall be, all, the instructed of God: Every one who hath heard of the Father, and learned, cometh unto me. 46 Not that any one hath seen, the Father, save he who is from God,—this one, hath seen the Father. 47 Verily, verily, I say unto you: He that believeth, hath life age-abiding. 48 I am the bread of life:— 49 Your fathers, did eat, in the desert, the manna,—and died: 50 This, is the bread which, out of heaven, cometh down, that one, thereof, may eat,—and not die. 51 I, am the living bread, which, out of heaven, came down: If one eat of this bread, he shall live unto times age-abiding; and, the bread, moreover, which, I, will give, is, my flesh—for the world’s life. 52 The Jews, therefore, began to strive one with another, saying—How can this one, unto us, give his flesh to eat? 53 Jesus, therefore, said unto them—Verily, verily, I say unto you—Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of Man, and drink his blood, ye have not life within yourselves. 54 He that feedeth upon my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath life age-abiding, and, I, will raise him up at the last day; 55 For, my flesh, is, true, food, and, my blood, is, true, drink: 56 He that feedeth upon my flesh, and drinketh my blood, in me, abideth, and, I, in him. 57 Just as the living Father sent me,—and I live by reason of the Father, he also that feedeth upon me, even he, shall live by reason of me. 58 This, is the bread, which, out of heaven, came down:—Not just as your fathers did eat—and died! He that feedeth upon this bread, shall live unto times age-abiding. 59 These things, said he, as, in a synagogue, he was teaching, in Capernaum. 60 Many, of his disciples, therefore, when they heard, said—Hard, is this discourse,—Who can, thereunto, hearken? 61 But Jesus, knowing within himself that his disciples were murmuring concerning this, said unto them—Doth, this, cause, you, to stumble? 62 [What] then, if ye should view the Son of Man ascending where he was before? … 63 The spirit, it is, that giveth life,—the flesh, profiteth, nothing: The declarations which, I, have spoken unto you, are, spirit, and, are, life. 64 But there are some from among you, who do not believe. For Jesus knew from the beginning, who they were that did not believe, and who it was would deliver him up;— 65 and he went on to say—For this cause, have I said unto you: No one, can come unto me, except it have been given him, of the Father. 66 Because of this, many from among his disciples, went away back, and, no longer, with him, were walking. 67 Jesus, therefore, said unto the twelve—Are, ye also, wishing to withdraw? 68 Simon Peter answered him—Lord! unto whom, shall we go? Declarations o life age-abiding, thou hast; 69 And, we, have believed, and come to know,—that, thou, art the Holy One of God. 70 Jesus answered them—Did not, I, make choice, of you, the twelve? And yet, from among you, one, is, an adversary. 71 Now he was speaking of Judas, son of Simon Iscariot: for, the same, was about to deliver him up,—one of the twelve.
1 And, after these things, Jesus was walking in Galilee; for he was not wishing, in Judaea, to be walking, because the Jews were seeking to slay him. 2 But the feast of the Jews was near, that of the pitching of tents. 3 His brethren, therefore, said unto him—Remove hence, and withdraw into Judaea, that, thy disciples also, may view thy works which thou art doing. 4 For, no one, anything in secret, doeth, and yet is seeking, himself, to be well-known. If, these things, thou art doing, manifest thyself unto the world. 5 For, not even his brethren, were believing on him. 6 Jesus, therefore, saith unto them—My season, not yet, is here; but, your season, at anytime, is ready: 7 The world cannot hate you; but, me, it hateth, because, I, bear witness concerning it, that, the works thereof, are, wicked. 8 Ye, go up unto the feast: I, not yet, am coming up unto this feast, because, my season, not yet, hath fully come. 9 And, these things, having said unto them, he was still abiding in Galilee. 10 But, when his brethren had gone up unto the feast, then, he also, went up,—not openly, but as it were in secret. 11 The Jews, therefore, were seeking him in the feast, and were saying—Where is that one? 12 and there was great, murmuring, about him among the multitudes: some, indeed, were saying—Good, is he! [but], others, were saying—Not so! but he is leading the multitude astray. 13 No one, nevertheless, was speaking, openly, about him, because of their fear of the Jews. 14 Presently, however, the feast being at its height, Jesus went up unto the temple and was teaching. 15 The Jews, therefore, began to marvel, saying—How, doth this one know, letters, not having learned? 16 Jesus, therefore, answered them, and said—My teaching, is not mine, but his who sent me. 17 If any one intend, his will, to do, he shall get to know concerning the teaching—whether it is, of God, or, I, from myself, am speaking, 18 He that, from himself, doth speak, his own glory, is seeking: he that seeketh the glory of him that sent him, the same, is, true, and, injustice, in him, is there none. 19 Did not, Moses, give you the law? And yet, not one of you, doeth the law!—Why, seek ye, to slay, me? 20 The multitude answered—A demon, thou hast: Who, is seeking, to slay, thee? 21 Jesus answered, and said unto them—One work, I did, and ye, all, are marvelling: 22 For this cause, Moses, hath given you, circumcision,—not that, of Moses, it is, but of the fathers;—and, on Sabbath, ye circumcise a man. 23 If, circumcision, a man receiveth, on Sabbath, that the law of Moses may not be broken, with me, are ye bitter as gall, because, a whole man, I made, well, on Sabbath? 24 Be not judging according to appearance, but, just judgment, be judging, 25 So then, some of them of Jerusalem were saying—Is not, this, he whom they are seeking to kill? 26 And yet, see! with freedom of speech, he is talking, and, nothing, unto him, do they say:—Have the rulers perhaps come to know, of a truth, that, this, is, the Christ? 27 But, as for this one, we know whence he is; The Christ, however, whensoever he shall come, no one, getteth to know whence he is. 28 Jesus, therefore, cried aloud in the temple, teaching, and saying—Both me, ye know, and ye know whence I am,—and yet, of myself, have I not come, but he is real, who sent me, whom, ye, know not. 29 I, know him, because, from him, I am, and, he, sent me forth. 30 They were seeking therefore to seize him; and yet no one laid on him his hand, because, not yet, had come his hour. 31 But, from amongst the multitude, many, believed on him, and were saying—The Christ, whensoever he cometh, greater signs, will he do, than those which, this one, did? 32 The Pharisees hearkened unto the multitude murmuring concerning him these things; and the High-priests and the Pharisees sent forth officers, that they might seize him. 33 Jesus, therefore, said—Yet a little time, I am, with you, and withdraw unto him that sent me: 34 Ye shall seek me, and not find me, and, where, I, am, ye, cannot come. 35 The Jews, therefore, said unto themselves—Whither, is, this one, about to go, that we shall not find him? Unto the dispersion of the Greeks, is he about to go, and teach the Greeks? 36 What, is this which he said: Ye shall seek me and not find me, and, where, I, am, ye, cannot come? 37 Now, on the last—the great—day of the feast, Jesus was standing, and he cried aloud, saying—If any man thirst, let him come unto me and drink: 38 He that believeth on me—just as said the Scripture,—River, from within him, shall flow, of living water. 39 Now, this, spake he concerning the Spirit which they who believed on him were about to receive; for, not yet, was there Spirit, because, Jesus, not yet, was glorified! 40 Some from amongst the multitude, therefore, having hearkened unto these words, were saying—This, is, in truth, the prophet. 41 Others, were saying—This, is, the Christ. But, others, were saying—Out of Galilee, is, the Christ, to come? 42 Hath not the Scripture said: Of the seed of David, and from Bethlehem, the village where David was, cometh the Christ? 43 A division, therefore, arose in the multitude, because of him. 44 Certain, indeed, from among them, were wishing to seize him; but, no one, thrust upon him his hands. 45 So then the officers came unto the High-priests and Pharisees, and, they, said unto them—For what cause, have ye not brought him? 46 The officers answered—Never, man spake thus! 47 The Pharisees, therefore, answered them—Surely, ye also, have not been led astray? 48 Surely, none of the rulers, hath believed in him, nor of the Pharisees? 49 But, this multitude, that take no note of the law, are, laid under a curse. 50 Nicodemus saith unto them—he that came unto him formerly, being, one, from among them— 51 Surely, our law, doth not judge the man, unless it hear first from him, and get to know what he is doing? 52 They answered and said unto him—Surely, thou also, art not, of Galilee? Search and see! That, out of Galilee, a prophet is not to arise. 53 [[And they went, each unto his own house;
1 but, Jesus, went unto the Mount of Olives. 2 And, early in the morning, again, came he into the temple, and all the people were coming unto him; and, sitting down, he began to teach them. 3 And the Scribes and the Pharisees bring a woman, caught, in adultery; and, setting her in the midst, 4 they say unto him—Teacher! this woman, hath been caught in the very act of committing adultery! 5 Now, in the law, Moses, [unto us] gave command to stone, such as these. What, then, dost, thou, say? 6 [This, however, they were saying, by way of testing him,—that they might have whereof to accuse him.] But, Jesus, stooping down, with his finger, wrote in the ground. 7 When, however, they still continued questioning him, he lifted himself up and said [unto them]—He of you, that is without sin, let him first cast at her a stone; 8 and, again stooping down, he wrote in the ground. 9 And, they who heard, began to go out, one by one, beginning from the elders,—and he was left, alone; the woman also, being, in the midst. 10 And lifting himself up, Jesus said unto her—Woman, where are they? Hath, no one, condemned thee? 11 And, she, said—No one, Sir! And Jesus said—Neither do, I, condemn thee,—be going thy way: Henceforth, be sinning, no more.]] 12 Again, therefore, unto them, spake Jesus, saying—I, am the light of the world: He that followeth me, shall in nowise walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life. 13 The Pharisees, therefore, said unto him—Thou, concerning thyself, bearest witness: thy witness, is not true. 14 Jesus answered, and said unto them—Even though, I, bear witness concerning myself, true, is my witness, because I know whence I came, and whither I go; but, ye, know not whence I come, and whither I go. 15 Ye, according to the flesh, do judge: I, am judging no one. 16 And, even if, I, am judging, my judging, is, genuine,—because, alone, am I not, but, I, and the Father who sent me; 17 And, in your own law, it is written, that, two men’s witness, is, true: 18 I, am the one bearing witness of myself, and the Father who sent me is bearing witness concerning me. 19 They were saying unto him, therefore—Where, is thy father? Jesus answered—Neither, me, do ye know, nor yet my Father: If, me, ye had known, my Father also, had ye known. 20 These sayings, spake he in the treasury, teaching in the temple, and yet, no one, seized him, because, not yet, had come his hour. 21 He said unto them again, therefore—I, go, and ye shall seek me,—and yet, in your sin, shall ye die: Whither, I, go, ye, cannot come. 22 The Jews, therefore, were saying—Can it be that he will kill himself, that he saith, Whither, I, go, ye, cannot come? 23 And he was saying unto them—Ye, are, of the realms below, I, am, of the realms above: Ye, are, of this world, I, am not of this world. 24 Therefore said I unto you, Ye shall die in your sins: For, if ye believe not that, I, am he, ye shall die in your sins. 25 They were saying unto him, therefore—Who art, thou? Jesus said unto them—First and foremost, even what I speak unto you. 26 Many things, have I, concerning you, to speak, and to judge; but, he who sent me, is, true, and, I, what things I heard from him, the same, speak I unto the world. 27 They noted not that, as touching the Father, unto them, he was speaking. 28 Jesus, therefore, said—Whensoever ye shall lift up the Son of Man, then, shall ye know, that, I, am he, and, of myself, am doing, nothing; but, just as the Father taught me, the same things, am I speaking. 29 And, he that sent me, is, with me: He hath not left me, alone. Because, I, the things that please him, ever do. 30 As he was speaking these things, many, believed on him. 31 Jesus was saying, therefore, unto the Jews who had believed on him—If, ye, abide in my word, of a truth, my disciples, ye are; 32 And ye shall know the truth, and, the truth, shall make you free. 33 They made answer unto him—Seed of Abraham, are we, and, unto no one, have been brought into bondage, at any time: How sayest, thou, Free, shall ye be made? 34 Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you: Every one who committeth sin, is, a slave, [of sin:] 35 Now, the slave, doth not abide in the house, evermore. The Son, abideth, evermore. 36 If then, the Son, shall make you free, really free, shall ye be. 37 I know that ye are, seed of Abraham; but ye are seeking to kill me, because, my word, findeth no place in you. 38 What things, I, have seen with the Father, I am speaking; Ye, also, then, what things ye have heard from your father, are doing.— 39 They answered and said unto him—Our father, is, Abraham. Jesus saith unto them—If, children of Abraham, ye are, the works of Abraham, are ye doing. 40 But, now, ye are seeking, to kill me,—A man who, the truth, unto you, hath spoken, which I have heard from God: this, Abraham, did not. 41 Ye, are doing the works of your father. They said unto him—We, of fornication, were not born: One father, have we—God. 42 Jesus said unto them—If, God, had been your father, ye had been loving me, for, I, from God, came forth, and am here; for, not even of myself, have I come, but, he, sent me forth. 43 Wherefore, is it, that, my speech, ye do not understand? because ye cannot hear my word. 44 Ye, are, of your father—the adversary, and, the covetings of your father, ye choose to be doing. He, was, a murderer, from the beginning, and, in the truth, he stood not; because truth is not in him: Whensoever he speaketh falsehood, of his own, he speaketh; because, false, he is, and, the father of it. 45 But, as for me, because, the truth, I speak, ye do not believe me. 46 Which of you convicteth me of sin? If, truth, I speak, wherefore, do, ye, not believe me? 47 He that is of God, heareth, the sayings of God; therefore, do, ye, not hear, because, of God, ye are not. 48 The Jews answered, and said unto him—Do, we, not, well, say: Thou, art, a Samaritan, and hast a demon? 49 Jesus answered—I, have not, a demon, but honour my Father: and, ye, dishonour me. 50 But, I, seek not my glory: There is one who seeketh and judgeth. 51 Verily, verily, I say unto you: If anyone shall keep, my word, death, shall he not see, unto times age-abiding. 52 The Jews said unto him—Now, we know that, a demon, thou hast:—Abraham, died, and, the prophets, and yet, thou, sayest: If anyone shall keep, my word, in nowise shall he taste of death, unto times age-abiding. 53 Surely, thou, art not, greater, than our father Abraham,—who, indeed, died? and, the prophets, died:—Whom, makest thou thyself? 54 Jesus answered—If, I, glorify myself, my glory, is nothing: It is, my Father, that glorifieth me,—of whom, ye, say—He is, your God! 55 And yet ye have not come to know him; but, I, do know him: If I say, I know him not, I shall be like you—false; but I know him, and, his word, am I keeping. 56 Abraham, your father, exulted that he should see my day; and he saw, and rejoiced. 57 The Jews, therefore, said unto him—Fifty years old, not yet art thou, and, Abraham, hast thou seen? 58 Jesus said unto them—Verily, verily, I say unto you: Before, Abraham, came into existence, I, am. 59 They took up stones, therefore, that they might cast at him; but, Jesus, was hidden, and went forth out of the temple.
1 And, passing along, he saw a man, blind from birth. 2 And his disciples questioned him, saying—Rabbi! who sinned, this man or his parents, that, blind, he should be born? 3 Jesus answered—Neither, this man, sinned nor his parents; but…that the works of God should be made manifest in him. 4 We must needs be working the works of him that sent me, while it is, day: There cometh a night, when, no one, can work. 5 Whensoever I may be, in the world, I am, the light, of the world. 6 These things, having said, he spat on the ground, and made clay with the spittle, and laid the clay upon his eyes; 7 and said unto him—Withdraw! wash in the pool of Siloam,—which is to be translated, Sent. He went away, therefore, and washed, and came, seeing. 8 The neighbours, therefore, and they who used to observe him aforetime—that he was, a beggar, were saying—Is not, this, he that used to sit and beg? 9 Others, were saying—’Tis, the same. Others, were saying—Nay! but he is, like him. He, was saying—I, am he. 10 So they were saying unto him—How [then] were thine eyes opened? 11 He, answered—The man that is called Jesus, made, clay, and anointed mine eyes, and said unto me: Withdraw unto the pool of Siloam, and wash. Going away, therefore, and washing, I received sight. 12 And they said unto him—Where is, He? He saith—I know not. 13 They bring him unto the Pharisees—him at one time blind. 14 Now it was Sabbath, on the day when Jesus made, the clay, and opened his eyes. 15 Again, therefore, the Pharisees also questioned him, as to how he received sight. And, he, said unto them—Clay, laid he upon mine eyes, and I washed,—and do see. 16 Certain from among the Pharisees, therefore, were saying—This man is not, from God, because, the Sabbath, he keepeth not. Others, [however] were saying—How can a sinful man, such signs as these, be doing? And there was, a division, among them. 17 So they were saying unto the blind man, again, What dost, thou, say concerning him, in that he opened thine eyes? And, he, said—A prophet, is he. 18 The Jews, therefore, did not believe, concerning him, that he was blind, and received sight,—until they called the parents of him that had received sight, 19 and questioned them, saying—Is, this, your son, of whom, ye, say, that blind, he was, born? How, then, seeth he, even now? 20 His parents, therefore, answered, and said—We know that, this, is our son, and that, blind, he was born; 21 But, how he now seeth, we know not, or, who opened his eyes, we, know not,—Question, him, he is, of age, he, concerning himself, shall speak. 22 These things, said his parents, because they were in fear of the Jews,—for, already, had the Jews agreed together, that, if anyone should confess, him, to be Christ, an, excommunicant from the synagogue, should he be made. 23 For this cause, his parents said—He is, of age,—question him. 24 So they called the man a second time—[him] who had been blind, and said unto him—Give glory unto God! We know that, this man, is, a sinner. 25 He, therefore, answered—Whether he is a sinner, I know not: One thing, I know,—That, whereas I was, blind, now, I see! 26 They said, therefore, unto him—What did he unto thee? How opened he thine eyes? 27 He answered them—I told you just now, and ye did not hear: Why, again, do ye wish to hear? Are, ye also, wishing to become, his disciples? 28 And they reviled him, and said—Thou, art, the disciple, of that man; but, we, are, Moses’, disciples:— 29 We, know, that, unto Moses, hath God spoken; but, as for this man, we know not whence he is. 30 The man answered, and said unto them—Why! Herein, is, the marvel: That, ye, know not whence he is, and yet he opened mine eyes. 31 We know that, God, unto sinners, doth not hearken: but, if one be, a worshipper of God, and be doing, his will, unto this one, he hearkeneth. 32 Out of age-past time, hath it never been heard, that anyone opened the eyes of one who, blind, had been born. 33 If this man were not from God, he could have done nothing. 34 They answered and said unto him—In sins, wast, thou, born, altogether; and art, thou, teaching, us? And they cast him out. 35 Jesus heard that they had cast him out: and, finding him, said—Dost, thou, believe on the son of Man? 36 He answered [and said]—And, who, is he, Sir, that I may believe on him? 37 Jesus said unto him—Thou hast both seen him and, he that is speaking with thee, is, he. 38 And, he, said—I believe, Sir! and worshipped him. 39 And Jesus said—For judgment, I, unto this world, came: that, they who were not seeing, might see, and, they who were seeing, might become, blind. 40 They of the Pharisees who were with him, heard, these things, and said unto him—Are, we also, blind? 41 Jesus said unto them—If, blind, ye had been, ye had not had sin; but, now, ye say, We see, your sin, abideth.
1 Verily, verily, I say unto you:—He that entereth not, through the door, into the fold of the sheep, but goeth up from another place, that man, is, a thief, and, a robber. 2 But, he that entereth through the door, is, shepherd, of the sheep: 3 To him, the porter openeth, and, the sheep, unto his voice, hearken: and, his own sheep, he calleth by name, and leadeth them forth. 4 As soon as, all his own, he hath put forth, before them, he moveth on, and, the sheep, follow him, because they know his voice; 5 But, a stranger, will they in nowise follow, but will flee from him, because they know not the voice, of strangers. 6 This similitude, spake Jesus unto them; but, those men, understood not what the things were which he was speaking unto them. 7 Jesus, therefore, said, again—Verily, verily, I say unto you:—I, am the door of the sheep: 8 All, as many as came before me, are thieves, and, robbers: but the sheep hearkened nor unto them. 9 I, am the door: through me, if anyone enter, he shall be saved, and shall come in and go out, and, pasture, shall find. 10 The thief, cometh not, save that he may thieve and slay and destroy: I, came, that, life, they might have, and, above measure, might have. 11 I, am the good shepherd: The good shepherd, his life, layeth down, for the sheep. 12 The hireling, even because he is no shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, vieweth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth,—and, the wolf, seizeth them and scattereth,— 13 Because, a hireling, he is, and hath no care for the sheep. 14 I, am the good shepherd, and know my own, and, my own, know me,— 15 Just as, the Father, knoweth me, and, I, know, the Father; and, my life, I lay down for the sheep. 16 And, other sheep, have I, which are not of this fold: those also, I must needs bring, and, unto my voice, will they hearken, and there shall come to be, One flock, One shepherd. 17 Therefore, doth the Father, love, me, because, I, lay down my life, that, again, I may receive it:— 18 No one, forced it from me, but, I, lay it down, of myself,—Authority, have I, to lay it down, and, authority, have I, again, to receive it: This commandment, received I, from my Father. 19 A division, again, took place among the Jews, because of these words. 20 But many from among them were saying—A demon, he hath, and is raving,—Why, unto him, do ye hearken? 21 Others, said—These sayings, are not those of one demonized,—Can, a demon, open the eyes of, the blind? 22 The feast of dedication took place at that time, in Jerusalem: it was, winter, 23 and Jesus was walking in the temple, in the porch of Solomon. 24 The Jews, therefore, surrounded him, and were saying unto him—How long, holdest thou, our lives, in suspense? If, thou, art the Christ, tell us, plainly. 25 Jesus answered them—I told you, and ye believe not: The works which, I, am doing in the name of my Father, the same, bear witness concerning me. 26 But, ye, believe not, because ye are not of my sheep. 27 My sheep, unto my voice, hearken,—and, I, know, them, and they follow me,— 28 And, I, give unto them life age-abiding, and in nowise shall they perish, unto times age-abiding; and no one shall carry them off out of my hand. 29 What, my Father, hath given me, is, something greater than all, and, no one, can carry off out of the hand of my Father:— 30 I and the Father, are, one. 31 The Jews again lifted up stones, that they might stone him. 32 Jesus answered them—Many works, have I showed you, noble ones, from my Father: For which of those works are ye stoning me? 33 The Jews answered him—Concerning a noble work, are we not stoning thee; but concerning profane speech,—and because, thou, being, a man, art making thyself, God. 34 Jesus answered them—Is it not written in your law: I, said, Ye are, gods? 35 If, those, he called gods, unto whom, the word of God, came—and the Scripture cannot be broken— 36 Of him whom, the Father, hallowed and sent forth into the world, are, ye, saying—Thou speakest profanely, because I said, Son of God, I am? 37 If I am not doing the works of my Father, do not believe in me; 38 But, if I am doing them, even though, in me, ye believe not, in the works, believe,—that ye may get to know and go on to know, that the Father is, in me, and, I, am, in the Father. 39 They were [therefore] again seeking to take him; and he went forth out of their hand. 40 And he went away again, beyond the Jordan, unto the place where John was at the first, immersing; and he abode there. 41 And, many, came unto him, and were saying—John, indeed, did not so much as, one sign; but, all things, whatsoever John said concerning this one, were, true. 42 And, many, believed on him there.
1 Now a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany, of the village of Mary and Martha her sister. 2 And Mary was she who anointed the Lord with perfume, and wiped his feet with her hair—whose brother Lazarus was sick. 3 The sisters, therefore, sent out unto him, saying—Lord, see! he whom thou tenderly lovest, is sick. 4 But Jesus hearing, said—This sickness, is not unto death, but for the glory of God,—that the Son of God may be glorified thereby. 5 Now Jesus loved Martha, and her sister, and Lazarus. 6 When, therefore, he heard that he was sick, then, indeed, he abode in the place where he was, two days. 7 Then, after this, he saith unto the disciples—Let us be leading on into Judaea, again. 8 The disciples say unto him—Rabbi! just now, were the Jews seeking to stone thee—and, again, goest thou thither? 9 Jesus answered—Are there not, twelve hours, in the day? If one walk in the day, he doth no stumble, because, the light of this world, he seeth; 10 But, if one walk in the night, he stumbleth, because, the light, is not in him. 11 These things, he said, and, after this, he saith unto them—Lazarus, our dear friend, hath fallen asleep; but I am going, that I may awake him. 12 The disciples, therefore, said unto him—Lord! if he have fallen asleep, he will recover. 13 But Jesus had spoken concerning his death; whereas, they, supposed that, concerning the taking of rest in sleep, he had been speaking. 14 Jesus, therefore, then, said unto them, plainly,—Lazarus, died; 15 and I rejoice, for your sake—that ye may believe,—that I was not there; but let us be going unto him. 16 Thomas, therefore, the one called Didymus, said unto his fellow-disciples—Let, us also, be going, that we may die with him. 17 Jesus, therefore, coming, found that, four days already, had he been in the tomb. 18 Now Bethany was near Jerusalem, about fifteen furlongs off; 19 and, many from among the Jews, had come unto Martha and Mary, that they might console them concerning their brother. 20 Martha, therefore, when she heard that Jesus was coming, went to meet him; but, Mary, in the house, remained sitting. 21 Martha, therefore, said unto Jesus—Lord! if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died; 22 And, now, I know, that, whatsoever thou shalt ask of God, God, will give unto thee. 23 Jesus saith unto her—Thy brother shall rise. 24 Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise, in the resurrection, in the last day. 25 Jesus said unto her—I, am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth on me, even though he die, shall live again! 26 And, no one who liveth again and believeth on me, shall in anywise die, unto times age-abiding. Believest thou this? 27 She saith unto him—Yea, Lord! I, have believed, that, thou, art the Christ, the Son of God,—He who, into the world, should come. 28 And this saying, she went away, and called Mary her sister, secretly, saying—The teacher, is present, and calleth thee. 29 And, she, when she heard, was roused up quickly, and was coming unto him. 30 Not yet, however, had Jesus come into the village, but was still in the place where, Martha, met him. 31 The Jews, therefore, who were with her in the house and consoling her, seeing Mary, that quickly she arose and went out, followed her, supposing that she was withdrawing unto the tomb, that she might weep there. 32 Mary, therefore, when she came where Jesus was, seeing him, fell at his feet, saying unto him—Lord! if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died. 33 Jesus, therefore, when he saw her weeping, and the Jews who came with her weeping, was indignant in the spirit, and troubled himself, 34 and said—Where have ye laid him? They say unto him—Lord! come and see. 35 Jesus wept. 36 The Jews, therefore, were saying—See! how tenderly he loved him! 37 But, some from among them, said—Could not this man, who opened the eyes of the blind, have caused that, this one also, should not have died? 38 Jesus, therefore, again, being indignant within himself, cometh unto the tomb. Now it was a cave, and, a stone, was lying thereon. 39 Jesus, saith, Take ye away the stone! Martha, the sister of the deceased, saith unto him—Lord! by this time, he stinketh, for it is, four days. 40 Jesus saith unto her—Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldst believe, thou shouldst see the glory of God? 41 So they took away the stone. And, Jesus, lifted up his eyes on high, and said—Father! I thank thee, thou didst hear me: 42 I, indeed, knew that, always, unto me, thou dost hearken; but, for the sake of the multitude standing around, I spake,—that they might believe that, thou, didst send me forth. 43 And, these things, having said, with a loud voice, he cried out—Lazarus! Come forth! 44 He that was dead came forth, bound feet and hands with bandages, and, his face, with a napkin, was bound about. Jesus saith unto them—Loose him, and let him go. 45 Many therefore from among the Jews, who had come unto Mary, and gazed on what he did, believed on him 46 but, certain from among them, went away unto the Pharisees, and told them what Jesus had done. 47 The High-priests and Pharisees, therefore, brought together a high-council, and were saying—What are we to do, in that, this man, doeth, many signs? 48 If we let him alone thus, all, will believe on him, and the Romans will come, and take away, both our place and nation. 49 But, a certain one from among them, Caiaphas, being, High-priest, for that year, said unto them—Ye, know, nothing at all; 50 nor do ye take into account, that it is profitable for you that, one man, should die for the people, and not, the whole nation, perish. 51 This, however, from himself, he spake not, but, being, High-priest, for that year, he prophesied, that Jesus was about to die for the nation; 52 and, not for the nation only, but that, the scattered children of God also, he might gather together into one. 53 From that day, therefore, they took counsel, that they might put him to death. 54 Jesus, therefore, no longer openly, was walking among the Jews, but departed thence, into the country near the desert, unto a city called, Ephraim; and, there, abode, with his disciples. 55 Now the passover of the Jews was at hand, and many went up unto Jerusalem, out of the country, before the passover, that they might purify themselves. 56 They were therefore seeking Jesus, and were saying one to another, in the temple, standing—How seemeth it unto you? that he will in nowise come unto the feast? 57 Now the High-priests and the Pharisees had given commands, that, if anyone came to know where he was, he should inform [them], so that they might seize him.
1 Jesus, therefore, six days before the passover, came unto Bethany, where Lazarus was, whom Jesus had raised from among the dead. 2 So they made for him a supper, there; and, Martha, was ministering, but, Lazarus, was one of them who were reclining with him. 3 Mary, therefore, taking a pound of pure nard perfume, very precious, anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped, with her hair, his feet; and, the house, was filled with the fragrance of the perfume. 4 [But] Judas Iscariot, one of his disciples, he that was about to deliver him up, saith— 5 Why was, this perfume, not sold for three hundred denaries, and given unto the destitute? 6 Howbeit he said this, not that, for the destitute, he cared, but because, a thief, he was, and holding, the bag, used to carry away, what was cast therein. 7 Jesus, therefore, said—Let her alone, that, for the day of my burial, she may observe it; 8 For, the destitute, always, have ye with you, whereas, me, not always, have ye. 9 The great multitude of the Jews, therefore, got to know that he was, there, and came, not on account of Jesus only, but that, Lazarus also, they might see, whom he had raised from among the dead. 10 But the High-priests took counsel, that Lazarus also, they might put to death; 11 because, many of the Jews, by reason of him, were withdrawing, and believing on Jesus. 12 On the morrow, the great multitude that had come unto the feast, hearing that Jesus was coming into Jerusalem, 13 took the branches of the palm trees, and went out to meet him, and began crying aloud—Hosanna! Blessed is he that is coming in the name of the Lord,—even the King of Israel! 14 And Jesus, finding a young ass, took his seat thereon, just as it is written— 15 Do not fear, O daughter of Zion! Lo! thy king, cometh, sitting upon the colt of an ass. 16 These things, his disciples noticed not, at the first; but, when Jesus was glorified, then, remembered they that, these things, had, for him, been written,—and that, these things, they had done unto him. 17 The multitude, therefore, that was with him when he called, Lazarus, out of the tomb, and raised him from among the dead, was bearing witness. 18 On this account, the multitude met him also, because they heard that he had done, this sign. 19 the Pharisees, therefore, said among themselves—Ye observe that ye are profiting nothing: See! the world, after him, hath gone away. 20 Now there were certain Greeks, from among them who were coming up that they might worship in the feast. 21 These, therefore, came unto Philip, him who was from Bethsaida of Galilee,—and were requesting him, saying—Sir! We desire to see, Jesus. 22 Philip cometh, and telleth Andrew: Andrew and Philip come, and tell Jesus. 23 But, Jesus, answereth them, saying—The hour hath come, that the Son of Man should be glorified! 24 Verily! Verily, I say unto you: Except, the kernel of wheat, shall fall into the ground, and die, it, alone, abideth; but, if it die, much fruit, it beareth. 25 He that loveth his life, loseth it; but, he that hateth his life, in this world, unto life age-abiding, shall guard it. 26 If, with me, anyone be ministering, with me, let him be following; and, where, I, am, there, my minister also, shall be. If anyone, with me, be ministering, the Father, will honour him. 27 Now, is my soul troubled,—and what can I say? Father! save me from this hour? But, on this account, came I unto this hour. Father, glorify thy name! 28 There came, therefore, a voice out of heaven—I both have glorified it, and will glorify it again. 29 [So], the multitude that was standing by, and heard it, were saying—It hath, thundered. Others, were saying—A messenger, unto him, hath spoken. 30 Jesus answered, and said—Not for my sake, hath this voice come, but, for your sake. 31 Now, is there, a judging, of this world,—Now, the ruler of this world, shall be cast out; 32 And, I, if I be lifted up out of the earth, will draw, all, unto myself. 33 But, this, he was saying, signifying, by what manner of death, he was about to die. 34 The multitude, therefore, answered him—We, have heard, out of the law, that, the Christ, abideth evermore; How then dost, thou, say,—It behoveth the Son of Man to be lifted up? Who is this Son of Man? 35 Jesus, therefore, said unto them—Yet a little while, the light, is, among you: Walk, while ye have, the light, lest, darkness, on you should lay hold; and, he that walketh in darkness, knoweth not whither he drifteth. 36 While, the light, ye have, believe on the light, that, sons of light, ye may become. These things, spake Jesus,—and, departing, was hid from them. 37 And, although such signs, as these, he had done before them, they were not believing on him:— 38 that, the word of Isaiah the prophet, might be fulfilled, which said—Lord! who believed, what we have heard? And, the arm of the Lord, to whom, was it revealed? 39 On this account, they could not believe, because, again, said Isaiah— 40 He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; lest they should see with their eyes, and should understand with their heart, and should turn,—and I should heal them. 41 These things, said Isaiah, because he saw his glory, and spake concerning him. 42 Nevertheless, however, even from among the rulers, many believed on him; but, because of the Pharisees, they were not confessing him, lest, excommunicants from the synagogue, they should be made; 43 for they loved the glory of men, more than the glory of God. 44 And, Jesus, cried aloud, and said—He that believeth on me, believeth not on me, but on him that sent me; 45 And, he that vieweth me, vieweth him that sent me. 46 I, a light, into the world have come, that, no one who believeth on me, in darkness, should abide. 47 And, if anyone shall hearken unto my sayings, and not guard them, I, am not judging him; for I came not that I might judge the world, but that I might save the world. 48 He that setteth me aside, and receiveth not my sayings, hath that which is to judge him: The word that I spake, that, will judge him, in the last day. 49 Because, I, out of myself, spake not, but, the Father who sent me, hath, himself, given me commandment, what I should say, and what I should speak. 50 And I know that, his commandment, is, life age-abiding; The things, therefore, which I speak, just as the Father hath told me, so, I speak.
1 Now, before the feast of the passover, Jesus, knowing that his hour had come, that he should remove out of this world unto the Father, having loved his own that were in the world, unto the end, loved them. 2 And, supper, being in progress, the adversary, having already thrust into the heart of Judas son of Simon Iscariot, that he should deliver him up,— 3 [Jesus] knowing that, all things, the Father had given unto him, into his hands, and that, from God, he had come, and, unto God, he was going, 4 rouseth himself out of the supper, and layeth aside his garments, and taking a linen cloth, girded himself. 5 Next, he poureth water into the wash-basin, and began to be washing the feet of the disciples, and to be wiping them with the linen cloth wherewith he was girded. 6 So he cometh unto Simon Peter. He saith unto him—Lord, dost, thou, wash my feet? 7 Jesus answered, and said unto him—What, I, am doing, thou, knowest not, as yet; howbeit, thou shalt got to know, hereafter. 8 Peter saith unto him—In nowise shalt thou, ever, wash my feet. Jesus answered him—If I wash thee not, thou hast no part with me. 9 Simon Peter saith unto him—Lord! not my feet only, but my hands also, and my head. 10 Jesus saith unto him—He that hath bathed himself, hath no need [save as to the feet] to get washed; but is pure, as a whole. And, ye, are, pure, but not ye, all. 11 For he know the man that was delivering him up; therefore, said he—Not ye all, are pure. 12 When, therefore, he had washed their feet, and taken his garments, and reclined, again said he unto them—Are ye taking note, what I have done unto you? 13 Ye, call me, The Teacher, and, The Lord,—and, well, say, for I am. 14 If then, I, have washed your feet,—[I] The Lord, and, The Teacher, ye also, ought to wash, one another’s, feet; 15 For, an example, have I given you,—that, just as, I, did unto you, ye also, should be doing. 16 Verily, verily, I say unto you—A servant is not greater than his lord, neither one sent forth greater than he that sent him. 17 If, these things, ye know, happy, are ye, if ye be doing them. 18 Not, concerning you all, am I speaking,—for, I, know of whom I made choice; but…that, the Scripture, might be fulfilled: He that feedeth on my bread, hath lifted up against me, his heel. 19 Henceforth, I tell you, before it cometh to pass,—that ye may believe, whensoever it doth come to pass, that, I, am he. 20 Verily, verily, I say unto you—He that receiveth whomsoever I shall send, receiveth, me; and, he that receiveth, me, receiveth him that sent me. 21 These things, having said, Jesus, was troubled in spirit, and bare witness, and said—Verily, verily, I say unto you—One from among you, will deliver me up. 22 The disciples began to look one at another, being at a loss concerning whom he was speaking. 23 One of Jesus’ disciples was reclining in his bosom, one whom Jesus loved: 24 so Simon Peter beckoneth unto the same, and saith unto him—Say, Who is it? concerning whom he speaketh. 25 He, falling back thus, upon the breast of Jesus, saith unto him—Lord! who is it? 26 Jesus, therefore, answereth—That one, it is, for whom, I, shall dip the morsel, and give unto him. So, dipping the morsel, he taketh and giveth it unto Judas, son of Simon Iscariot. 27 And, after the morsel, then, entered, Satan, into that man. Jesus, therefore, saith unto him—What thou art doing, do quickly! 28 But, as to this, none of them who were reclining with him knew respecting what, he said it to him. 29 For, some, were thinking, since Judas held the bag, that Jesus was saying to him—Buy the things of which we have, need, for the feast; or that, unto the destitute, he should give something. 30 So, he, taking the morsel, went out straightway;—and it was night. 31 When, therefore, he had gone out, Jesus saith—Just now, was, the Son of Man, glorified, and, God, was glorified in him; 32 And, God, will glorify him, in himself,—and, straightway, glorify him. 33 Dear children! Yet a little, am I, with you. Ye shall seek me, and, just as I said unto the Jews, Whither, I, go, ye, cannot come, unto you also, I say it, even now. 34 A new commandment, give I unto you,—That ye be loving one another: Just as I loved you, that, ye also, be loving one another: 35 By this, shall all men take knowledge, that, my disciples, ye are,—If ye have, love, one to another. 36 Simon Peter saith unto him—Lord! whither dost thou withdraw? Jesus answered—Whither I withdraw, thou canst not, now, follow me, but thou shalt follow, hereafter. 37 Peter saith unto him—Lord! why, cannot I follow thee, even now? My life, in thy behalf, will I lay down. 38 Jesus answereth—Thy life, in my behalf, wilt thou lay down? Verily, verily, I say unto thee—In nowise shall a cock crow till thou hast denied me, thrice.
1 Let not your heart be troubled: Believe on God, and, on me, believe. 2 In the house of my Father, are, many dwellings; or else I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you. 3 And, if I go, and prepare a place for you, again, am I coming, and will take you home unto—myself, that, where, I, am, ye also, may be. 4 And, whither, I, go, ye know, the way. 5 Thomas saith unto him—Lord! we know not whither thou goest: How know we, the way? 6 Jesus saith unto him—I, am the way, and the truth, and the life: No one, cometh unto the Father, but through me. 7 If ye had been getting to know me, my Father also, had ye known: from henceforth, are ye getting to know him, and have seen him. 8 Philip saith unto him—Lord! show us the Father, and it sufficeth us. 9 Jesus saith unto him—So long a time as this, have I been, with you,—and thou hast not come to know me, Philip? He that hath seen me, hath seen the Father. How art, thou, saying, Show us the Father? 10 Believest thou not, that, I, am in the Father, and, the Father, is, in me? The things which I am saying unto you, from myself, I speak not; but, the Father, within me abiding, doeth his works. 11 Believe me, That, I, am in the Father, and, the Father, in me;—or else, on account of the works themselves, believe ye. 12 Verily, verily, I say unto you—He that believeth on me, the works which, I, am doing, he also, shall do; and, greater than these, shall he do, because, I, unto the Father, am going,— 13 And because, whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, the same, will I do, that, the Father, may be glorified, in the Son: 14 If anything ye shall ask [me] in my name, the same, will I do. 15 If ye be loving me, my commandments, ye will keep; 16 And, I, will request the Father, and, Another Advocate, will he give unto you, that he may be with you age-abidingly, 17 The Spirit of truth,—which, the world, cannot receive, because it beholdeth it not, nor getteth to know it. But, ye, are getting to know it; because, with you, it abideth, and, in you, it is. 18 I will not leave you bereft,—I am coming unto you. 19 Yet a little, and, the world, no longer beholdeth me; but, ye, behold me,—Because, I, live, ye also, shall live. 20 In that day, shall ye get to know, That, I, am in my Father, and, ye, in me, and, I, in you. 21 He that hath my commandments and keepeth them, he, it is that loveth me; and, he that loveth me, shall be loved by my Father, and, I, will love him, and will manifest, myself, unto him. 22 Judas, not the Iscariot, saith unto him—Lord! what hath happened, that, unto us, thou art about to manifest thyself, and, not unto the world? 23 Jesus answered, and said unto him—If any man be loving me, my word, he will keep, and, my Father, will love him,—and, unto him, will we come, and, an abode with him, will we make. 24 He that loveth me not, doth not keep, my word;—and, the word which ye hear, is not mine, but, the Father’s who sent me. 25 These things, have I spoken unto you, With you abiding; 26 But, the Advocate, The Holy Spirit, which the Father will send in my name, He, will teach you all things, and will put you in mind, of all things which, I, told you. 27 Peace, I leave with you, My own peace, give, I, unto you,—Not as, the world, giveth, give, I, unto you:—Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. 28 Ye heard that, I, said unto you—I go my way, and I come unto you,—Had ye loved me, ye would have rejoiced, that I am going unto the Father, for, the Father, is, greater than I. 29 But, now, have I told you, before it cometh to pass, that, whensoever it shall come to pass, ye may believe. 30 No longer, many things, will I speak with you; for, the world’s ruler, is coming, and, in me, hath, nothing,— 31 But, that the world may get to know that I love the Father, and just as the Father hath given me commandment, so, I do. Be rousing yourselves! let us be leading on from hence.
1 I, am the real vine, and, my Father, is, the husbandman. 2 Every branch in me that beareth not fruit, He taketh it away; and, every one that beareth, fruit, He pruneth it, that, more fruit, it may bear. 3 Already, ye, are, pure, because of the word which I have spoken unto you: 4 Abide in me, and, I, in you. Just as, the branch, cannot be bearing fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine, so, neither, ye, except, in me, ye abide. 5 I, am the vine: Ye, are the branches. He that abideth in me and, I, in him, the same, beareth much fruit; because, apart from me, ye can bring forth, nothing. 6 If one abide not me, he is cast out as the branch, and withered, and they gather them,—and, into fire, they cast them, and they are burned. 7 If ye abide in me, and, my sayings, in you, abide, whatsoever ye may be desiring, ask! and it shall be brought to pass for you. 8 Herein, was my Father glorified, that, much fruit, ye should bear, and become my disciples. 9 Just as the Father loved me, I also, loved you: Abide ye in my love. 10 If, my commandments, ye keep, ye shall abide in my love,—just as, I, the Father’s commandments, have kept, and abide in his love. 11 These things, have I spoken unto you, that, my own joy, in you, may be, and, your joy, may be made full. 12 This, is my own commandment, That ye be loving one another, just as I loved you. 13 Greater love than this, hath, no one, That, his life, one should lay down in behalf of his friends. 14 Ye, are, friends of mine, if ye be doing that which, I, am commanding you. 15 No longer, do I call you, servants, for, the servant, knoweth not what, his lord, is doing. But, you, I have called, friends, because, all things which I heard from my Father, made I known unto you. 16 Not, ye, chose, me, but, I, chose you, and placed you, that ye should go your way and bear, fruit,—and, your fruit, should abide: that, whatsoever ye should ask the Father in my name, he might give unto you. 17 These things, I command you, That ye be loving one another. 18 If, the world, is hating, you, ye are getting to know that, me, before you, it hath hated. 19 If, of the world, ye had been, the world, of its own, had been fond; but, because, of the world, ye are not, on the contrary, I, chose you out of the world, therefore, the world, doth hate you. 20 Remember the word which, I, spake unto you: A servant is not greater than his lord. If, me, they persecuted, you too, will they persecute,—If, my word, they kept, your own also, will they keep. 21 But, all these things, will they do unto you, on account of my name, because they know not him that sent me. 22 Had I not come and spoken unto them, Sin, had they none; but, now, have they no, excuse, for their sin. 23 He that hateth me, hateth, my Father also. 24 Had I not done among them, the works, which, no other, had done, sin, had they none; but, now, have they, both seen and hated both me and my Father. 25 But…that the word which, in their law, is written, might be fulfilled—They hated me without cause. 26 Whensoever the Advocate shall come, Whom, I, will send unto you from the Father, The Spirit of truth, which, from the Father, cometh forth, He, will bear witness concerning me; 27 And do, ye also, bear witness, because, from the beginning, ye are, with me,
1 These things, have I spoken unto you, that ye may not be caused to stumble: 2 Excommunicants from the synagogue, will they make you; Nay! there cometh an hour, that, every one who killeth you, shall think to be rendering, divine service, unto God! 3 And, these things, will they do, because they got to know, neither the Father nor me. 4 But, these things, have I told you,—That, whensoever their hour shall come, ye may remember, that, thereof, I told you. These things, however, I told you not, from the beginning, because I was, with you; 5 But, now, I go my way unto him that sent me, and, not one from among you, questioneth me—Whither goest thou? 6 But, because, these things, I have told you, sorrow, hath filled your heart. 7 But, I, the truth, am telling you—It is profitable for you, that, I, depart; for, if I should not depart, The Advocate, would in nowise come unto you, but, if I go, I will send him unto you. 8 And, having come, He, will reprove the world—Concerning sin, and concerning righteousness, and concerning judgment: 9 Concerning sin, indeed, because they are not believing on me; 10 But, concerning righteousness, because, unto the Father, I go my way, and, no longer, do ye behold me; 11 And, concerning judgment, because, the ruler of this world, hath been judged. 12 Yet many things, have I, unto you, to be saying,—but ye cannot bear them, just now; 13 Howbeit, as soon as, he, hath come—The Spirit of truth, he will guide you into all truth; for he will not speak from himself, but, whatsoever he heareth, he will speak, and, the coming things, will he announce unto you. 14 He, shall glorify me; for, of mine, shall he receive, and announce unto you. 15 All things, whatsoever the Father hath, are, my own; therefore, said I—Of mine, shall he receive, and announce unto you. 16 A little while, and, no longer, ye behold me; and, again a little while, and ye shall see me. 17 Some of his disciples, therefore, said one to another—What is this which he is saying to us:—A little while, and ye behold me not, and, again a little while, and ye shall see me; and—Because I go my way unto the Father? 18 They were saying, therefore—What is this which he saith:—A little while? We know not [what he is saying]. 19 Jesus took note, that they were wishing to question him, and said unto them—Concerning this, are ye enquiring one with another,—because I said:—A little while, and ye behold me not, and, again, a little while, and ye shall see me? 20 Verily, verily, I say unto you—Ye, shall weep and lament, but, the world, shall rejoice: Ye, shall be grieved, but, your grief, into joy, shall be turned. 21 A woman, as soon as she is about to bring forth, hath, grief, because her hour hath come; but, as soon as she hath given birth to the child, no longer, remembereth she the anguish, by reason of the joy, that a human being into the world hath been born. 22 And, ye, therefore, now, indeed have grief; but, again, will I see you, and your heart shall rejoice,—and, your joy, no one, shall force from you. 23 And, in that day, shall ye request me, nothing:—Verily, verily, I say unto you—Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father, He will give you, in my name. 24 Until even now, ye have asked nothing in my name: Be asking, and ye shall receive,—that, your joy, may be made full. 25 These things, in similitudes, have I spoken unto you: There cometh an hour, when, no longer in similitudes, will I speak unto you, but, openly, concerning the Father, will I tell you. 26 In that day, In my name, shall ye ask:—and I say not that, I, will request the Father for you; 27 For, the Father himself, dearly loveth you, because, ye, have dearly loved me, and believed that, I, from the Father, came forth:— 28 I came forth out of the Father, and have come into the world,—Again, I leave the world, and go, unto the Father. 29 His disciples say—See! now, openly, art thou speaking, and, not a single similitude, art thou using: 30 Now, we know, that thou knowest all things, and hast, no need, that one be questioning thee. Hereby, do we believe, that, from God, thou camest forth. 31 Jesus answered them—As yet, ye believe: 32 Lo! there cometh an hour, and hath come, that ye should be scattered, each, unto his own home; and, me, alone, should leave;—And yet I am not, alone, but, the Father, is, with me! 33 These things, have I spoken unto you, that, in me, ye may have, peace: In the world, ye have, tribulation; but be taking courage,—I, have overcome the world.
1 And I saw, when the Lamb opened one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures saying, as with a voice of thunder—Go! 2 And I saw, and lo! a white horse,—and he that was sitting thereon holding a bow; and there was given unto him a crown, and he went forth conquering, and that he might conquer. 3 And, when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature, saying—Go! 4 And there went forth another, a red horse,—and, unto him that was sitting thereon, it was given, [unto him], to take away peace from the earth, and that, one another, they should slay; and there was given unto him a great sword. 5 And, when he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature, saying—Go! And I saw, and lo! a black horse, and he that was sitting thereon holding a pair of balances in his hand. 6 And I heard as a voice in the midst of the four living creatures, saying—A quart of wheat for, a denary, and three quarts of barley, for a denary,—and, the oil and the wine, do not wrong. 7 And, when he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature, saying—Go! 8 And I saw, and lo! a livid horse,—and he that was sitting thereupon had for a name, Death, and, Hades, was following with him; and there was given unto them authority over the fourth of the earth, to slay with sword, and with famine, and with death, and by the wild beasts of the earth. 9 And, when he opened the fifth seal, I saw, beneath the altar, the souls of them who had been slain because of the word of God and because of the witness which they held. 10 And they cried out with a loud voice, saying—How long, O Sovereign, the Holy and True, dost thou not vindicate and avenge our blood from them that dwell upon the earth? 11 And there was given to them, each one, a white robe, and it was bidden them, that they should rest yet a little while—until the number should be made full of their fellow-servants also, and their brethren, who were about to be slain as even, they. 12 And I saw, when he opened the sixth seal, that a, great earthquake, took place; and, the sun, became black as sackcloth of hair, and, the full moon, became as blood, 13 and, the stars of heaven, fell to the earth, as, a fig-tree, sheddeth her winter figs, when, by a great wind, it is shaken, 14 and, the heaven, was withdrawn, as a scroll rolling itself up, and, every mountain and island, out of their places, were shaken. 15 And, the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rulers of thousands, and the rich, and the mighty, and every bondman and freeman, hid themselves within the caves and within the rocks of the mountains; 16 and they say, unto the mountains and unto the rocks—Fall upon us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth upon the throne, and from the anger of the Lamb; 17 Because the great day of their anger is come, and who is able to stand?
13 And I heard a voice out of heaven, saying—Write! Happy, the dead who, in the Lord, do die, from henceforth. Yea! (saith the Spirit) that they may rest from their toils, for, their works, do follow with them.
16 For God, so loved, the world, that, his Only Begotten Son, he gave,—that, whosoever believeth on him, might not perish, but have life age-abiding.
8 The wild-beast which thou sawest, was, and is not, and is about to come up out of the abyss, and into, destruction, goeth away. And they who are dwelling upon the earth whose name is not written upon the book of life from the foundation of the world, will be astonished, when they see the wild-beast, because it was, and is not, and shall be present. 9 Here, is the mind that hath wisdom. The seven heads, are, seven mountains, whereupon the woman sitteth; 10 and they are, seven kings: the five, have fallen, the one, is, the other, hath not yet come; and, whensoever he shall come, a little while, must he remain,
1 And, a great sign, appeared in heaven: a woman arrayed with the sun, and, the moon, beneath her feet, and, upon her head, a crown of twelve stars; 2 and she was with child, and crieth out, being in pangs and in anguish to bring forth? 3 And there appeared another sign in heaven; and lo! a great red dragon,—having seven heads and ten horns, and, upon his heads, seven diadems; 4 and, his tail, draweth the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth. And, the dragon, stood before the woman who was about to bring forth, that, as soon as she should bring forth, he might devour, her child. 5 And she brought forth a son, a manchild, who was about to shepherd all the nations with a sceptre of iron; and her child was caught away unto God and unto his throne. 6 And, the woman, fled into the desert, where she hath a place prepared of God, that, there, they should nourish her a thousand, two hundred, and sixty days. 7 And there came to be war in heaven: Michael and his messengers [going forth] to war with the dragon; and, the dragon, fought, and his messengers; 8 and he prevailed not, neither was place found for them, any longer, in heaven. 9 And the great dragon was cast out,—the ancient serpent, he that is called Adversary and the Satan, that deceiveth the whole habitable world,—he was cast to the earth, and his messengers, with him, were cast. 10 And I heard a loud voice in heaven, saying—Now, hath come the salvation, and the power, and the kingdom of our God, and the authority of his Christ; because the accuser of our brethren hath been cast out, who was accusing them before our God day and night; 11 And, they, overcame him by reason of the blood of the Lamb, and by reason of their witnessing word, and they loved not their life, even unto death. 12 For this cause, be joyful, O heavens, and ye who, therein, are tabernacling. Woe! unto the earth, and the sea, because the Adversary hath come down unto you, having great wrath—knowing that, but a little season, he hath. 13 And, when the dragon saw that he was cast to the earth, he pursued the woman who had brought forth the manchild. 14 And there were given unto the woman the two wings of the great eagle, that she might fly into the desert, into her place,—where she is nourished, a season and seasons and half a season, from the face of the serpent. 15 And the serpent cast out of his mouth, after the woman, water as a river, that he might cause her to be carried away by the stream. 16 And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed up the river which the dragon cast out of his mouth. 17 And the dragon was angered against the woman, and went away to make war with the rest of her seed—with them who were keeping the commandments of God, and holding the witness of Jesus;—and he stood upon the sand of the sea.
1 After this, I saw four messengers, standing at the four corners of the earth, holding fast the four winds of the earth, that no wind might blow upon the land, or upon the sea, or upon any tree. 2 And I saw another messenger, ascending from the rising of the sun, holding the seal of the Living God; and he cried out with a loud voice unto the four messengers unto whom it had been given to injure the land and the sea, 3 saying—Do not injure the land, or the sea, or the trees, until we have sealed the servants of our God upon their foreheads. 4 And I heard the number of the sealed,—a hundred and forty-four thousand,—sealed out of every tribe of the sons of Israel:— 5 Of the tribe of Judah, twelve thousand sealed, of the tribe of Reuben, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Gad, twelve thousand, 6 Of the tribe of Asher, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Naphtali, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Manasseh, twelve thousand, 7 Of the tribe of Simeon, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Levi, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Issachar, twelve thousand, 8 Of the tribe of Zebulun, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Joseph, twelve thousand, of the tribe of Benjamin, twelve thousand, sealed. 9 After these things, I saw, and 1o! a great multitude,—which, to number it! no one was able,—of every nation, and [of all] tribes, and peoples, and tongues; standing before the throne, and before the Lamb; arrayed in white robes, and palm-branches in their hands;— 10 and they cry out with a loud voice, saying—Salvation unto our God who sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb! 11 And, all the messengers, were standing round about the throne and the elders and the four living creatures; and they fell down before the throne upon their faces, and rendered homage unto God, 12 saying—Amen! The blessing, and the glory, and the wisdom, and the thanksgiving, and the honour, and the power, and the might,—be unto our God, unto the ages of ages. [Amen]! 13 And one of the elders began, saying unto me—These who are arrayed in white robes, who are they? and whence came they? 14 And I at once said to him—My lord! thou, knowest! And he said unto me—These, are they who come out of the great tribulation, and they washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb; 15 For this cause, are they before the throne of God, and are rendering divine service unto him, day and night, in his sanctuary; and he that sitteth upon the throne shall spread his tent over them; 16 They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more, neither in any wise shall the sun fall upon them, nor any burning heat; 17 Because, the Lamb that is in the midst of the throne, shall shepherd them, and shall lead them unto life’s fountains of waters; and God shall wipe away every tear out of their eyes.
36 But, concerning that day and hour, no one, knoweth, neither the messengers of the heavens, nor the Son,—save the Father only.