Luke 13


Repent or Perish

1[3were at hand 1And 2certain ones] at the same time reporting to him concerning the Galileans, of whom the blood Pilate mixed with their sacrifices. 2And responding Jesus said to them, Do you think that these Galileans [2sinners 3beyond 4all 5the 6Galileans 1were], that [2such things 1they suffered]? 3No, I say to you; but if you should not repent, [2all 4likewise 1you shall 3perish]. 4Or those ten and eight upon whom fell the tower in Siloam, and it killed them. Do you think that these [2debtors 1were] beyond all men dwelling in Jerusalem? 5No, I say to you; but if you should not repent, [2all 4in like manner 1you shall 3perish].

The Parable of the Fig-tree

6And he spoke this parable. [3a fig-tree 2had 1A certain one] in his vineyard being planted; and he came [2fruit 1seeking] on it, and he found not. 7And he said to the vine dresser, Behold, three years I come seeking fruit on this fig-tree, and I found not. Cut it down! Why even [2the 3land 1render] useless? 8But he answering says to him, O master, leave it even this year, until whenever I shall dig around it, and throw manure; 9and if then it should produce fruit, good, but if not [2for 3the 4about to be 1you can cut it down].

Jesus Heals the Feeble Woman

10And he was teaching in one of the synagogues in the Sabbath days. 11And behold, there was a woman [2a spirit 1having] of feebleness [4years 1ten 2and 3eight], and was stooped down, and not able to raise her head totally. 12And seeing her, Jesus called out, and said to her, O woman, you have been loosened of your feebleness. 13And he placed [2upon 3her 1hands]; and immediately she was erected, and she glorified God. 14But responding the chief of the synagogue being indignant that [3on the 4Sabbath 2cured 1Jesus], said to the multitude, Six days there are in which it behooves to work, during these then in coming you be cured, and not in the day of the Sabbath! 15And [3responded 4then 5to him 1the 2Lord], and said, Hypocrite, each of you in the Sabbath, does he not untie his ox or donkey from the stable, and having taking it away waters it? 16And this one, [2a daughter 3of Abraham 1being], whom [2bound 1Satan], behold, ten and eight years, must she not be untied from this bond on the day of the Sabbath? 17And [3these things 2saying 1of his], [5were put to shame 1all 2the ones 3being adverse 4to him]. And all the multitude rejoiced over all the noble things, the ones being done by him.

The Parable of the Mustard Seed

18And he said, To what [5likened 1is 2the 3kingdom 4of God]? and to what shall I liken it? 19It is likened to a kernel of mustard, which [2having taken 1a man] threw into his own garden; and it grew and became into [2tree 1a great], and the birds of the heaven encamped in the branches of it. 20And again he said, To what shall I liken the kingdom of God? 21It is likened to leaven, which having taken, a woman hid in [3of flour 2seahs 1three], until of which time [2was leavened 1all]. 22And he traveled by cities and towns, teaching, and [2a coursing 1making] unto Jerusalem.

Enter by the Narrow Gate

23And said a certain one to him, O Lord, are there few being delivered? And he said to them, 24Struggle to enter through the narrow gate, for many, I say to you, will seek to enter, and will not be able. 25From of which ever time [3should arise 1the 2master of the house], and should lock the door, and you should begin outside to stand and to knock on the door, saying, O lord, O lord, open to us! And answering he shall say to you, I do not know you, or from what place you are from. 26Then you will begin to say, We ate in your presence, and we drank, and in our squares you taught. 27And he shall say, I say to you, I do not know you, from what place you are; depart from me all workers of iniquity! 28There will be the weeping and the gnashing of teeth, whenever you should see Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, but you being cast forth outside. 29And they shall come from east and west, and north and south, and shall lie down in the kingdom of God. 30And behold, there are last who will be first, and there are first who will be last. 31On the same day came forward certain Pharisees, saying to him, Come forth, and go from here! for Herod wants to kill you. 32And he said to them, Having gone, you tell to the fox this, Behold, I cast out demons, and [2works of healing 1I complete] today and tomorrow, and the third day I am perfected. 33Furthermore, it is necessary for me today, and tomorrow, and the next to go; for it is not permitted a prophet to perish outside Jerusalem.

Jesus Laments Over Jerusalem

34Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one killing the prophets, and stoning the ones being sent to her. How often I wanted to assemble your children in the manner a hen gathers her own nest under her wings, and you wanted it not. 35Behold, [2is left 3to you 1your house] desolate. And I say to you that, In no way shall you behold me, until whenever it should come when you should say, Being blessed is the one coming in the name of the Lord.
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