Mark 2

1And again he went into Capernaum after days; and it was reported, that into a house he is. 2And immediately were gathered together many, so as no longer to contain not even the places near the door; and he spake to them the word. 3And they come to him a paralytic bringing, being carried by four. 4And not being able to come nigh to him through the crowd, they uncovered the roof, where he was; and having dug through they let down the bed upon which the paralytic was laid. 5Seeing and the Jesus the faith of them, says to the paralytic: Son, are forgiven of thee the sins. 6Were but some of the scribes there sitting and reasoning in the hearts of them: 7Why this thus speaks blasphemy? Who is able to forgive sins, if not one the God? 8And immediately knowing the Jesus to the spirit of himself, that thus they reasoned among themselves, said to them: Why these (things) reason you in the hearts of you? 9Which is easier? to say to the paralytic: Are forgiven of thee the sins? or to say: Arise, take up of thee the bed, and walk? 10That but you may know, that authority has the son of the man on the earth to forgive sins; (he says to the paralytic:) 11To thee I say: Arise, take up the bed of thee, and go into the house of thee. 12And he was raised immediately, and taking up the bed, went out in presence of all; so as to astonish all, and to glorify the God, saying: That never thus we saw. 13And he went out again by the sea; and all the crowds came to him, and he taught them. 14And passing on he saw Levi the of the Alpheus, sitting at the custom house, and says to him: Follow me. And arising up he followed him. 15And it happened in the to recline at table him in the house of him, and many publicans and sinners reclined with the Jesus and the disciples of him; they were for many, and they followed him. 16And the scribes and the Pharisees seeing him eating with the publicans and sinners, said to the disciples of him: Why that with of the publicans and sinners he eats and drinks? 17And hearing the Jesus says to them: No need have those being well of a physician, but those sick being. Not I came to call just (ones) but sinners. 18And were the disciples of John and the Pharisees fasting; and they come, and they say to him: Why the disciples of John and those of the Pharisees fast; those but to thee disciples not fast? 19And said to them the Jesus: Not are able the sons of the bride-chamber, in which the bridegroom with them is, to fast? so long a time with themselves they have the bridegroom, not are able to fast. 20Will come but days, when may be taken away from them the bridegroom, and then they will fast in that the day. 21No one a patch of cloth unfulled sews on to a mantle old; if but not, takes away the patch of itself the new of the old, and worse a rent becomes. 22And no one puts wine new into bottles old; if but not, bursts the wine the new the bottles, and the wine is spilled, and the bottles are lost; but wine new into bottles new must be put. 23And it came to pass to go him in the sabbath through the corn-fields, and began the disciples of him a way to make plucking the ears of corn. 24And the Pharisees said to him: See, why do they in the sabbath, what not is lawful? 25And he said to them: Never have you known, what did David, when need he had, and was hungry, he and those with him? 26How he went into the house of the God, to Abiathar of the high-priest, and the loaves of the presence did eat, which not is lawful to eat if not the priests, and he gave also to those with him being? 27And he said to them: The sabbath because of the man was made, not the man because of the sabbath. 28So that a lord is the son of the man even of the sabbath.
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