John 13

1Before and the feast of the passover, knowing the Jesus, that was come of himself the hour, that he should depart out of the world this to the world, to an end he loved them. 2And supper being done, (the accuser already having put into the heart Judas of Simon Iscariot, that him he might betray,) 3knowing the Jesus, that all things had given him the Father into the hands, and that from God he came out and to the God he goes; 4rises from the supper, and puts off the mantles, and having taken a towel, girded himself. 5Afterward he puts water into the wash-basin, and began to wash the feet of the disciples, and to wipe with the towel with which he was having been girded. 6He comes then to Simon Peter; and says to him he: O lord, thou of me washest the feet? 7Answered Jesus and said to him: What I do, thou not knowest now, thou shalt know but after these things. 8Says to him Peter: Not not thou mayest wash the feet of me into the age. Answered him the Jesus: If not I may wash thee, thou hast a part of me. 9Says to him Simon Peter: O lord, not the feet of me alone, but also the hands, and the head. 10Says to him the Jesus: He having been bathed not need has than the feet to wash, but is clean wholly; and you clean are, but not all. 11He knew for the betraying him; on account of this he said: Not all clean you are. 12When therefore he had washed the feet of them, and taken the mantles of himself, falling down again, he said to them: Know you what I have done to you: 13You call me: The teacher and the lord; and well you say; I am for. 14If then I washed of you the feet, the lord and the teacher, also you are bound of one another to wash the feet. 15An example for I gave to you, that as I did to you, also you should do. 16Indeed indeed I say to you, not is a slave greater of the lord of himself, nor a messenger greater of the sending him. 17If these things you know, blessed are you, if you should do them. 18Not about all of you I speak; I know whom I chose; but, that the writing may be fulfilled: He eating with me the loaf, lifted up against me the heel of himself. 19From now I say to you, before the to happen, that when it may happen, you may believe, that I am. 20Indeed indeed I say to you: He receiving if any one I may send, me receives; he and me receiving, receives him having sent me. 21These things saying the Jesus was troubled in the spirit, and testified, and said: Indeed indeed I say to you, that one of you will betray me. 22Looked then to each other the disciples, doubting about whom he was speaking. 23Was now reclining one of the disciples of him in the bosom of the Jesus, whom loved the Jesus. 24Nods then to him Simon Peter, to ask who it might be concerning of whom he speaks. 25Falling and he on the breast of the Jesus, he says to him: O lord, who is it? 26Answers the Jesus: He it is, to whom I have dipped the little piece shall give. And having dipped the little piece, he gives to Judas of Simon Iscariot. 27And after the little piece, then answered into him the adversary. Says then to him the Jesus: What thou doest, do thou quickly. 28This now no one knew of those reclining with why he said to him. 29Some for thought, seeing that the box had the Judas, that says to him the Jesus: Buy what things need we have for the feast; or to the poor that something he should give. 30Having taken then the little piece he immediately went out; it was and night. 31When he went out, says the Jesus: Just now was glorified the son of the man, and the God was glorified in him. 32If the God was glorified in him, also the God will glorify him in himself, and immediately will glorify him. 33O little children, yet a little with you I am. You will seek me; and as I said to the Jews: That where I go, you not are able to come; even to you I say now. 34A commandment new I give to you, that you may love each other; as I loved you, that also you might love each other. 35By this will know all that to me disciples you are, if love you have in each other. 36Says to him Simon Peter: O lord, where goest thou? Answered him the Jesus: Where I go, not thou art able me now to follow; afterwards but thou shalt follow me. 37Says to him Peter: O lord, why not I am able thee to follow now? the life of me in behalf of thee I will lay down. 38Answered him the Jesus: The life of thee in behalf of me wilt thou lay down? Indeed indeed I say to thee not not a cock will crow, till not thou wilt deny me thrice.
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