John 12

The therefore Jesus before six days the passover came into Bethany, where was Lazarus he having been dead, whom he raised out of dead ones. They made therefore him a supper there, and the Martha served; the but Lazarus one was of those reclining with him. The then Mary having taken a pound of balsam of spikenard genuine of great price, anointed the feet of the Jesus, and wiped with the hairs of herself the feet of him; the and house was filled with the odor of the balsam. Says therefore one of the disciples of him, Judas of Simon Iscariot, he being about him to deliver up: Why this the balsam not sold three hundred denarii, and given to poor ones? He said now this, not because about the poor it concerned him, but because a thief he was, and the box he had, and the things being put in he carried off. Said therefore the Jesus: Let alone her; for the day of the embalming of me she has kept it. The poor for always you have with yourselves, me but not always you have. Knew therefore a crowd great of the Jews, that there he is; and they came not on account of the Jesus alone; but that also the Lazarus they might see, whom he raised out of dead ones. 10 Took counsel but the high-priests, that also the Lazarus they might kill; 11 because many on account of him went away of the Jews, and believed into the Jesus. 12 On the morrow a crowd great, who having come to the feast, having heard, that was coming Jesus into Jerusalem, 13 they took the branches of the palm-trees, and went out to a meeting with him, and cried out: Hosanna, worthy of blessing he coming in name of Lord, the king of the Israel. 14 Finding and the Jesus a young ass, he sat on it, as it is having been written: 15 Not fear, O daughter of Sion; lo, the king of thee comes sitting on a foal of an ass. 16 These things now not knew the disciples of him the first; but when was glorified the Jesus, then they remembered, that these things was about him having been written, and these things they did to him. 17 Testified then the crowd, that being with him, that the Lazarus he called out of the tomb, and raised him out of dead ones. 18 On account of this also met him the crowd, because they heard this him to have done the sign. 19 The then Pharisees said to themselves: You see that not you gain nothing; see, the world after him is going away. 20 Were and some Greeks of those going up, that they might worship in the feast. 21 These therefore came to Philip, that from Bethsaida of the Galilee, and were asking him, saying: O sir, we wish the Jesus to see. 22 Come Philip, and says to the Andrew; and again Andrew and Philip say to the Jesus. 23 The but Jesus answered them, saying: Has come the hour, that may be glorified the son of the man. 24 Indeed indeed I say to you, if not the grain of the wheat falling into the ground should die, he alone abides; if but it may die, much fruit it bears. 25 He loving the life of himself, shall lose her; and he hating the life of himself in the world this, into life age-lasting shall keep her. 26 If me may serve any one, me let him follow; and where am I, there also the servant the mine shall be; if any one me may serve, will honor him the Father. 27 Now the soul of me is troubled; and what shall I say? O Father, save me from the hour this? But on account of this I came to the hour this. 28 O Father, glorify of thee the name. Came then a voice out of the heaven: Both I glorified, and again will glorify. 29 The therefore crowd that standing and hearing, said thunder to have been. Others said: A messenger to him has spoken. 30 Answered the Jesus and said: Not on account of me this the voice had come, but on account of you. 31 Now a judgment is the world this; now the ruler of the world this, will be cast out. 32 And if I should be lifted up from the earth, all will draw to myself. 33 This but he said, signifying by what death he was about to die. 34 Answered him the crowd: We heard out of the law, that the Anointed abides into the age; and how thou sayest, that it behooves to be lifted up the son of the man? who is this the son of the man? 35 Said then to them the Jesus: Yet a little time the light among you is. Walk you, while the light you have, that not darkness you may overtake; and he walking in the darkness not knows where he goes. 36 While the light you have, believe into the light, that sons of light you may become. These things spoke the Jesus, and going away he was hid from them. 37 So many but of him signs having been done in presence of them not they did believe into him; 38 that the word of Esaias the prophet might be fulfilled, which he said: O lord, who believed the report of us? and the arm of Lord to whom was it revealed? 39 On account of this not they were able to believe; because again said Esaias: 40 He has blinded of them the eyes, and has hardened of them the heart; so that not they might see with the eyes, and understand with the heart, and should turn back, and I should heal them. 41 These things said Esaias, because he saw the glory of him, and spoke concerning him. 42 Nevertheless truly and of the rulers many believed into him; but on account of the Pharisees not did confess, so that not from synagogues they might be; 43 they loved for the glory of the men more, than the glory of the God. 44 Jesus and cried and said: He believing into me, not believe into me, but into him having sent me; 45 and he seeing me, see him having sent me. 46 I a light into the world have come, that all the believing into me, in the darkness not may abide. 47 And if any one of me may hear the words, and not may believe, I not judge him; (not for I came, that I might judge the world, but that I might save the world); 48 he rejecting me, and not receiving the words of me has that judging him; the word which I spoke, that shall judge him in the last day. 49 Because I from myself not spoke; but the having sent me Father he me a commandment gave, what I should say and what I should I speak. 50 And I know, that the commandment of him life age-lasting is. What therefore say I, as has spoken to me the Father, so I speak.
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