Luke 18

1He spoke and also a parable to them, in order that ought always to pray, and not to be weary, 2saying: A judge certain was in a certain city, the God not fearing, and man not regarding. 3A widow and was in the city that; and she went to him, saying: Do justice me from the opponent of me. 4And not he would for a time. Afterwards but these he said in himself: If even the God not I fear, and man not I regard; 5through the to render to me trouble the window this, I will do justice her; that not to end coming she should pester me. 6Said and the Lord: Hear you, what the judge the unjust says. 7The and God not not will do the justice for the chosen ones of himself those crying to him day and night, and bearing long towards them? 8I say to you, that he will do the justice for them in an instant. But the son of the man coming indeed will he find the faith on the earth? 9He spoke and also to some those trusting in themselves that they are just ones, and despising the others, the parable this: 10Men two went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a tax-gather. 11The Pharisee, standing by himself, these he prayed: The God, I give thanks to thee, that not I am like the others of the men, plunders, unjust ones, adulterers, or even like this the tax-gatherer. 12I fast twice of the week, I tithe all what I acquire. 13And the tax-gather at a distance having been standing not would not even the eyes to the heaven lift up; but he smote on the breast of himself, saying: The God, be propitious to me the sinner. 14I say to you, went down this having been justified to the house of himself, or for that; for every one the exalting himself, will be humbled; he but humbling himself, will be exalted. 15They brought and to him also the infants, that them he might touch; seeing and the disciples rebuked them. 16The but Jesus calling to them, he said: Allow the little children to come to me, and not forbid them; for the because such like is the kingdom of the God. 17Indeed I say to you, who ever not may receive the kingdom of the God as little child, not not may enter into her. 18And asked certain him ruler, saying: O teacher good, what shall I do life age-lasting to inherit? 19Said and to him the Jesus: Why me callest thou good? no one good, if not one, the God. 20The commandments thou knowest: Not thou mayest commit adultery not thou mayest kill; and not thou mayest steal; not thou mayest bear false testimony; honor the father of thee, and the mother of thee. 21He and said: These all I observed from youth of me. 22Having heard and these the Jesus, said to him: Yet one to thee is wanting; all what thou hast sell, and give thou to poor ones, and thou shalt have a treasure in heaven; and come, follow me. 23Her and having heard these, greatly grieved became; he was for rich exceedingly. 24Seeing and him the Jesus greatly grieved becoming, said: How with difficulty those the riches having shall enter into the kingdom of the God. 25Easier for it is, a camel through hole of a needle to enter, than a rich man into the kingdom of the God to enter. 26Said and those having heard: And who is able to be saved? 27He but said: The things impossible with men, possible is with the God. 28Said and the Peter: Lo, we left all and followed thee. 29He and said to them: Indeed I say to you, that no one is who left house, or parents, or brethren, or wife, or children, on account of the kingdom of the God, 30who not not may receive many times more in the season this, and in the age the coming life age-lasting. 31Having taken and the twelve, he said to them: Lo, we go to Jerusalem, and will be finished all the having been written through the prophets in the son of the man. 32He will be delivered up for to the Gentiles, and will be derided, and will be shamefully treated, and will be spit on; 33and having been scourged they will kill him; and the day the third he will stand up. 34And they not one of these understood; and was the thing this having been hidden from them, and not they knew the things being spoken. 35It happened and in the to draw nigh him to Jericho, a blind man certain sat by the way begging. 36Hearing and a crowd passing along, he asked, what may be this? 37They told and him, that Jesus the Nazarene passes by. 38And he shouted, saying: Jesus, O son of David, pity me. 39And those going before rebuked him, that he might be silent. He but much more cried out: O son of David, pity me. 40Stopping and the Jesus commanded him to be led to himself. Having come and of him, he asked him, 41saying: What for thee desirest I should do? He and said: O lord, that I may see again. 42And the Jesus said to him: See thou again; the faith of thee has saved thee. 43And instantly he saw again, and followed him, glorifying the God; and all the people seeing, gave praise to the God.
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