Matthew 10

1And having called the twelve disciples of him, he gave to them authority spirits unclean, so as to cast out them, and to heal every disease and every malady. 2Of the now twelve apostles the names are these: First, Simon that being called Peter, and Andrew the brother of him; James that of the Zebedee, and John the brother of him; 3Phillip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew the tax-gatherer; James that of the Alpheus, and Lebbeus the surnamed Thaddeus; 4Simon the Canaanite, and Judas that Iscariot, who even delivered up him. 5These the twelve sent forth the Jesus, commanding them, saying: Into a road of Gentiles not you may go, and into a city of Samaritans not you may enter. 6Go you but rather to the sheep the perishing house of Israel. 7Passing on your way and preach you, saying: That has come nigh the kingdom of the heavens. 8Those being sick heal, dead ones raise up, lepers cleanse, demons cast out; freely you have received, freely give. 9Not provide gold, nor silver, nor copper in the belts of you; 10not a bag for a journey nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor a staff. Worthy for the laborer of the food of him is. 11Into what and ever city or country-town you may enter, search out, who in her worthy is; and there abide, till you go thence. 12Entering and into the house, salute her. 13And if indeed may be the house worthy, let come the peace of you on her; If but not may be worthy, the peace of you to you let it turn. 14And who if not may receive you, nor hear the words of you, coming out of the house or of the city that, shake off the dust of the feet of you. 15Indeed I say to you, more tolerable will be land of Sodom and Gomorrah in a day of trial, than the city that. 16Lo, I send you as sheep in midst of wolves. Be ye therefore wise as the serpents, and artless as the doves. 17Take heed and of the men. They will hand over for you to sanhedrims, and in the synagogues of them they shall scourge you; 18and before governors and also kings you shall be led on account of me, for a witness to them and to the nations. 19When but they shall deliver up you, not you may be anxious, how or what you must speak; it shall be given for to you in that the hour, what you shall speak. 20Not for you are the speaking, but the spirit of the Father of you, that is speaking in you. 21Will give up and a brother a brother to death them; and you will be being hated by rise up children against parents, and deliver to death them; 22and you will be being hated by all for the name of me. The but persevering to end, the same shall be saved. 23When but they persecute you in the city this, flee into the other; and if out of this they persecute you, flee into the other. Indeed for I say to you, in no wise you may finish the cities of the Israel, till may come the son of the man. 24Not is a disciple above the teacher, nor a slave above the lord of him. 25Sufficient to the disciple that he be as the teacher of him, and the slave as the lord of him. If the master of the house Beelzebul they have named, how much more the domestics of him? 26Not therefore you may fear them. Nothing for is having been covered, which not shall be uncovered; and secret, which not shall be known. 27What I say to you in the darkness, speak in the light; and what in the ear you hear, preach you on the house-tops. 28And not be afraid of those killing the body, the but life not being able to kill; be afraid but rather that being able both life and body to destroy in Gehenna. 29Not two sparrows an assarius are sold? and one of them not shall fall upon the earth without the Father of you. 30Of you and even the hairs of the head all being numbered are. 31Not therefore fear you; many sparrows are better you. 32All therefore whoever shall confess to me in presence of the men, I will confess even I to him in presence of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 33Whoever but if may deny me in presence of the men, I will deny him even I in presence of the Father of me, of that in heavens. 34Not must you suppose that I am come to send peace upon the earth; not I am come to send peace, but a sword. 35I am come for to set a man against the father of him, and a daughter against the mother of her, and a daughter-in-law against the mother-in-law of her; 36and enemies of the man, the household of him. 37He loving father or mother above me, not is of me worthy; and he loving son or daughter above me, not is of me worthy; 38and who not takes the cross of himself, and follows after me, not is of me worthy. 39He finding the life of himself, shall lose her; and he having lost the life of himself on account of me, shall find her. 40He receiving you, me receives; and he me receiving, receives him sending me. 41He receiving a prophet in a name of a prophet, a reward of a prophet shall obtain; and he receiving a just man in a name of a just man, a reward of a just man shall obtain. 42And who ever may give to one of the little-ones these a cup of cold only, in a name of a disciple, indeed I say to you, not not may lose the reward of himself.
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