John 4

1When therefore knew the Lord that heard the Pharisees, that Jesus more disciples made and dipped, than John; 2(though indeed Jesus himself not dipped, but the disciples of him;) 3he left the Judea, and went again into the Galilee. 4It behooved and him to pass through the Samaria. 5He comes therefore into a city of the Samaritans, being called Sychar, near by the field, of which gave Jacob Joseph to the son of himself. 6Was and there a spring of the Jacob. The then Jesus having become weary from the journey, sat down thus over the spring; hour was about six. 7Comes a woman of the Samaria, to draw water. Say to her the Jesus: Give to me a drink. 8(The for disciples of him had gone into the city, that provisions they might buy.) 9Says then to him the woman that Samaritan: How thou, a Jew being, from me to drink askest, being a woman a Samaritan? (Not for associate with Jews Samaritans.) 10Answered Jesus and said to her: If thou hast known the gift of the God, and who is be saying to thee: Give to me to drink; thou wouldst ask him, and he would give thee water living. 11Says to him the woman: O lord, nothing to draw with thou hast, and the well is deep; whence then hast thou the water the living? 12Not thou greater art the father of us, Jacob? who gave to us the well, and he of it drank, and the sons of him, and the cattle of him. 13Answered Jesus and said to her: All the drinking of the water this, will thirst again; 14who but ever may drink of the water, of which I shall give to him, not not may thirst to the age; but the water, which I shall give him, shall be in him a well of water springing into life age-lasting. 15Says to him the woman: O lord, give to me this the water, that not I may thirst, nor may come in this place to draw. 16Says to her the Jesus: Go, call the husband of thee, and come here. 17Answered the woman and said: Not I have a husband. Says to her the Jesus: Rightly thou didst say: That a husband not I have. 18Five for husbands thou hast had; and now whom thou hast not is of thee a husband; this truly thou hast said. 19Says to him the woman: O lord, I see, that a prophet art thou. 20The fathers of us in the mountain this worshipped; and you say, that in Jerusalem is the place, where it is necessary to worship. 21Says to her the Jesus: O woman, believe thou me, that comes an hour, when neither in the mountain this, nor in Jerusalem you shall worship the Father. 22You worship what not you know; we worship what we know; because the salvation from the Jews is. 23But comes an hour, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and truth; and for the Father such like seeks those worshipping him. 24A spirit the God; and those worshipping him, in spirit and truth it behooves to worship. 25Says to him the woman: I know, that Messiah comes; (the being called Anointed;) when may come he, he will relate to us all. 26Says to her the Jesus: I am, he talking to thee. 27And on this came the disciples of him, and wondered, that with a woman he talked. No one nevertheless said: What seekest thou? or, why talkest thou with her? 28Left therefore the bucket of herself the woman, and went into the city, and says to the men: 29Come you, see a man, who told me all what I did; not this is the Anointed? 30They went out of the city, and were coming to him. 31In and the meantime were asking him the disciples saying: Rabbi, eat. 32He but said to them: I food have to eat, which you not know. 33Said then the disciples to each other: Not any one brought to him food? 34Says to them the Jesus: My food is, that I may do the will of the sending me, and may finish of him the work. 35Not you say, that yet four months it is, and the harvest comes? Lo, I say to you, lift up the eyes of you, and see you the fields, that white they are to harvest already. 36He reaping a reward receives, and gathers fruit for life age-lasting; so that both he sowing together may rejoice, and he reaping. 37In for this the word is the true, that one is the sowing, and another the reaping. 38I sent you to reap what you have labored; others labored, and you into the labor of them are entered. 39Out of and the city that many believed into him of the Samaritans, through the word of the woman, testifying: That he told me all what I did. 40When therefore came to him the Samaritans, asking him to abide with them; and he abode there two days. 41And many more believed through the word of him. 42To the and woman they said: That no longer through the they saying we believe; ourselves for we have heard, and we know, that this is truly the savior of the world the Anointed. 43After and the two days he went out thence, and went out into the Galilee. 44Himself for Jesus testified, that a prophet in the own country honor not has. 45When therefore he came into the Galilee, received him the Galileans, all having seen what he did in Jerusalem at the feast; also themselves for came to the feast. 46He came then again into the Cana of the Galilee, where he made the water wine. And was certain courtier, of whom the son was sick, in Capernaum. 47This hearing that Jesus was come out of the Judea into the Galilee, went to him, and was asking him, that he would come down, and heal of him the son; he was about for to die. 48Said therefore the Jesus to him: If not signs and prodigies you may see, not not you may believe. 49Says to him the courtier: O sir, come down, before to die the child of me. 50Says to him the Jesus: Go; the son of thee lives. And believed the man the word which said to him Jesus, and went. 51Already and of him was going down, the slaves of him met him, and reported, saying: That the child of thee lives. 52He inquired then of them the hour, in which better he was. And they said to him: That yesterday hour seventh left the fever. 53Knew then the father, that in that the hour, in which said to him the Jesus: That the son of thee lives. And he believed himself, and the house of him all. 54This again a second sign did the Jesus, having come out of the Judea into the Galilee.
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