John 2

1And in the day the third a marriage-feast occurred in Cana of the Galilee; and was the mother of the Jesus there. 2Was invited and also the Jesus and the disciples of him to the marriage-feast. 3And having fallen short of wine, says the mother of the Jesus to him: Wine not they have. 4Says to her the Jesus: What to me and to thee, O woman? Not yet has come the hour of me. 5Says the mother of him to the servants; whatever he may say to you, do you. 6Were and there water-pots of stone six being placed according to the mode of cleansing of the Jews, holding each measures two or three. 7Says to them the Jesus: Fill you the water-pots of water. And they filled them to top. 8And he says to them: Draw you now, and carry to the ruler of the feast. And they carried. 9When and tasted the ruler of the feast the water wine having become; (and not he knew whence it is; the but servants knew, those having drawn the water;) calls the bridegroom the ruler of the feast, 10and says to him: Every man first the good wine places, and when they may have drunk freely, then the worse; thou has kept the good wine till now. 11This did the beginning of the signs the Jesus in Cana of the Galilee, and manifested the glory of himself; and believed into him the disciples of him. 12After this he went down into Capernaum, he and the mother of him, and the brothers of him, and the disciples of him, and there remained not many days. 13And nigh was the passover of the Jews, and went up to Jerusalem the Jesus. 14And he found in the temple those selling oxen and sheep and doves, and the money-changers sitting. 15And having made a whip out of rushes, all he drove out of the temple, the and sheep and the oxen; and of the money-changers he poured out the coin, and the tables over-turned; 16and to those the doves selling he said: Take these hence; not make you the house of the Father of me a house of merchandise. 17Remembered and the disciples of him, that having been written it is: The zeal of the house of thee will consume me. 18Answered then the Jews and said to him: What sign showest thou to us, that thee thou doest? 19Answered the Jesus and said to them: Destroy the temple this, and in three days I will raise it. 20Said then the Jews: Forty and six years was being built the temple this; and thou in three days will raise it? 21He but spoke concerning the temple of the body of himself. 22When therefore he was raised out of dead ones, remembered the disciples of him, that this he spoke; and they believed the writing, and the word which said the Jesus. 23When and was in the Jerusalem at the passover at the feast, many believed into the name of him, beholding of him the signs which he did. 24He but the Jesus not committed himself to them, because the him to know all; 25and because not need he had, that any one should testify concerning the man; he for knew, what was in the man.
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