Luke 10

1After but these things appointed the Lord also others seventy, and sent them each two before face of himself into every city and place, where was about he to go. 2He said then to them: The indeed harvest great, the but laborers few; implore therefore the lord of the harvest, that he would send out laborers into the harvest of himself. 3Go you; lo, I send you as lambs in midst of wolves. 4Not carry you a purse, nor a bag nor sandals; and no one by the way salute. 5Into what and ever house you may enter, first you say: Peace to the house this. 6And if may be there a son, of peace, shall rest on him the peace of you; if but not, on you it shall return. 7In this and the house remain, eating and drinking the things with them; worthy for the laborer if the reward of himself is. Not go you from house to house. 8Also into what and ever city you may enter, and they may receive you, eat you the things being set before you, 9and cure you those in her sick, and say you to them: Has come nigh to you the kingdom of the God. 10Into what but ever city you may enter, and not they may receive you, going out into the wide places of her say you: 11Even the dust, that cleaving to us from the city of you, we wipe off for you; however this know you, that has approached the kingdom of the God. 12I say to you, that for Sodom in the day that more tolerable it will be than the city that. 13Woe to thee, Chorazin, woe to thee, Bethsaida; for if in Tyre and Sidon had been done the miracles, those being done in you, long ago would in sackcloth and ashes sitting they have reformed. 14But for Tyre and Sidon more tolerable it will be in the judgment, than for you. 15And thou, Capernaum, which even to the heaven art being exalted, even to invisibility down shalt be brought. 16He hearing you, me hears; and he rejecting you me rejects; he and me rejecting, rejects the one sending me. 17Having returned and the seventy with joy, saying: O lord, and the demons are subject to us in the name of thee. 18He said and to them: I beheld the adversary as lightning out of the heaven having fallen. 19Lo, I give to you the authority of the to tread on serpents and scorpions, and on all the power of the enemy; and nothing you not not may hurt. 20But in this not rejoice, that the spirits to you are subject; rejoice you but, that the names of you are written in the heavens. 21In this the hour exulted the spirit the Jesus, and said: I praise thee, O father, O lord of the heaven and the earth, that thou hast hid these things from wise men and discerning men, and thou hast revealed them to babes; yes, the Father, for even so it was good in presence of thee. 22All to me are given by the Father of me; and no one knows, who is the son if not the Father; and who is the Father, if not the son, and to whom may be willing the son to reveal. 23And turning to the disciples, privately he said: Blessed the eyes, those seeing, what you see. 24I say for to you, that many prophets and kings desired to see, what you see, and not saw; and to hear, what you hear, and not heard. 25And lo, a lawyer certain stood up, tempting him, and saying: O teacher, what shall I do life age-lasting I may inherit? 26He and said to him: In the law what has been written? how readest thou? 27He and answering said: Thou shalt love Lord the God of thee out of whole of the heart of thee, and out of whole of the soul of thee, and out of whole of the strength of thee, and out of whole of the mind of thee; and the neighbor of thee as thyself. 28He said and to him: Rightly thou hast answered; this do, and thou shalt live. 29He but choosing to justify himself, said to the Jesus: And who is of me a neighbor? 30Replying and the Jesus said: A man certain was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and robbers fell among; who both stripping him and blows having inflicted, they departed, leaving half dead being. 31By chance and a priest certain was going down in the way that, and seeing him, passed along. 32In like manner and also a Levite, having come near the place, coming and seeing, passed along. 33A Samaritan but certain traveling, came near him, and seeing him, he was moved with pity. 34And having approached he moved the wounds of him, pouring on oil and wine; having set and him on the own beast led him to an inn, and he took care of him. 35And on the next day having come out, having taken out two denarii he gave to the inn keeper, and said to him: Take care of him; and whatever thou mayest expend more, I, in the return me, I will pay to thee. 36Which then of them of the three a neighbor seems to thee to have been to the having fallen among the robbers? 37He and said: He having shown the pity towards him. Said and to him the Jesus: Go, and thou do in like manner. 38It happened and in the to go them, and he entered into a village certain a woman and certain to a name Martha, received him, into the house of herself. 39And to her was a sister having been called Mary, who and having sat at the feet of the Jesus, heard the word of him. 40The but Martha was-over-busied about much serving; having come near and said: O lord, not concerns thee, that the sister of me alone me has left to serve? say then to her, that to me she may give aid. 41Answering and said to her the Jesus: Martha, Martha, thou art anxious and troubled about many things; 42of one but is need. Mary and the good part has chosen, which not shall be taken away from her.
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