Luke 22

1Drew near now the feast of the unleavened cakes, that being called passover; 2and sought the high-priests and the scribes, the how they might kill him; they feared for the people. 3Entered and adversary into Judas that being surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve. 4And going he talked with the high-priests and the officers, the how him he might deliver up to them. 5And they were glad; and agreed to him silver to give. 6And he consented; and he sought opportunity of the to deliver up him to them without of a crowd. 7Came and the day of the unleavened cakes, in which it is necessary to sacrifice the paschal lamb; 8and he sent Peter and John, saying: Going prepare you for us the passover, that we may eat. 9They and said to him: Where wilt thou we make ready? 10He and said to them: Lo, having entered of you into the city, will meet you a man a pitcher of water carrying; follow you him into the house, where he enters; and say you to the householder of the house: 11Says to thee the teacher: Where is the great-chamber, where the passover with the disciples of me I may eat? 12And he to you will show an upper room large having been furnished; there prepare you. 13Having gone and they found even as he had said to them; and they prepared the passover. 14And when came the hour, he reclined, and the twelve apostles with him. 15And he said to them: With desire I have desired this the passover to eat with you, before the me to suffer. 16I say for to you, that no more not not I may eat it, till it may be fulfilled in the kingdom of the God. 17And having taken a cup, having given thanks he said: Take you this, and divide you among yourselves. 18I say for to you, that not not I may drink of the product of the vine, till the kingdom of the God may come. 19And having taken a loaf, having given thanks he broke, and gave to them, saying: This is the body of me, that in behalf of you being given; this do you in the my remembrance. 20In like manner also the cup, after the supper, saying: This the cup, the new covenant in the blood of me, that in behalf of you being poured out. 21But lo, the hand of the delivering up me with mine on the table. 22And the indeed son of the man goes away according to that having been appointed; but woe to the man that, through whom he is delivered up. 23And they began to inquire among themselves, the, which then it could be of them the this being about to do. 24There had been and also a strife among them, the, which of them thinks to be greater. 25He but said to them: The kings of the nations exercise lordship over them; and those having authority of them; benefactors are called. 26You but not so; but the greater among you, let him become as the younger; and the governor, as he serving. 27Which for greater? he reclining, or he serving? not he reclining? I but am in the midst of you as he serving. 28You but are those having continued with me in the trials of me. 29And I covenant for you, even as has covenanted for me the Father of me a kingdom, 30that you may eat and you may drink at the table of me in the kingdom of me; and you may sit on thrones, judging the twelve tribes of the Israel. 31Said and the Lord: Simon, Simon, lo, the adversary has asked for you, the to sift as the wheat. 32I but prayed for thee, that not may fail the faith of thee. And thou when having been turned, strengthen the brethren of thee. 33He and said to him: O lord, with thee ready I am both to prison and to death to go. 34He but said: I say to thee, O Peter, not not will crow to-day a cock, before thrice thou wilt deny not to have known me. 35And he said to them: When I sent you without a purse, and a bag, and sandals, not anything wanted you? They and said; Nothing. 36He said then to them: But now, he having a purse, let him take, in like manner and a bag; and he not having, let him sell the mantle of himself, and let him buy a sword. 37I say for to you, that yet this the having been written must to be finished in me, that: And with law-breakers he was counted. Also for the things about me an end has. 38They but said: O lord, lo, swords here two. He and said to them: Enough it is. 39And going out he went according to the custom to the mountain of the olive-trees; followed and him also the disciples of him. 40Having come and to the place, he said to them: Pray you not to enter into temptation. 41And he was withdrawn from them about of a stone throw, and having placed the knees he prayed, saying: 42O Father if thou art willing to take away the cup this from me; but not the will of me, but the thine be done. 43Appeared and to him a messenger from heaven, strengthening him. 44And being in agony, very earnestly he prayed. Was and the sweat of him like clots of blood falling down to the ground. 45And having stood up from the prayer, coming to the disciples, he found them sleeping from the grief; and he said to them: 46Why sleep you? having stood up pray you, that not you may enter into temptation. 47While and of him speaking, lo, a crowd, and he being called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them, and drew near to the Jesus to kiss him. 48The but Jesus said to him: Judas, with a kiss the son of the man betrayest thou? 49Seeing and those about him the was going to be, said to him: O lord, if shall we strike with a sword? 50And struck one a certain of them the slave of the high-priest, and cut off of him the ear the right. 51Answering and the Jesus said: Let you be till this. And touching the ear of him, he healed him. 52Said and the Jesus to those having come on him high-priests, and offices of the temple, and elders: As on a robber you have come out with swords and clubs; 53every day being of me with you in the temple, not you did stretch out the hands on me; but this of you it is the hour, and the authority of the darkness. 54Having seized and him they led, and brought him into the house of the high-priest. The but Peter followed at a distance. 55Having kindled and a fire in midst of the court, and having sat down of them, sat the Peter in midst of them. 56Seeing and him a maid-servant certain sitting by the light, and looking steadily to him, she said: Also this with him was. 57He but denied him, saying: O woman, not I know him. 58And after a little another seeing him, said: Also thou of them art. The but Peter said: O man, not I am. 59And having intervened about hour one, another person confidently affirmed, saying: In truth also this with him was also for a Galilean he is. 60Said but the Peter: O man, not I know what thou sayest. And immediately, while speaking of him, crew a cock. 61And having turned the Lord looked to the Peter; and was reminded the Peter of the word of the Lord, as he said to him: That before a cock to crow, thou mayest deny me thrice. 62And going out, he wept bitterly. 63And the men those having in custody the Jesus, mocked him, scourging; 64and having blindfolded him, they struck of him the face, and they asked him, saying: Prophesy, who is he striking thee? 65And other many blaspheming they spoke against him. 66And as it became day, were assembled the eldership of the people, high-priests and and scribes, and brought him into the sanhedrim of themselves, 67saying: If thou art the Anointed, tell us. He said and to them: If to you I tell, not not you will believe; 68if but also I ask, not not you would answer me, or would loose. 69From of the now shall be the son of the man sitting at right hand of the power of the God. 70Said and all: Thou then art the son of the God? He and to them said: You say; that I am. 71They and said: What further need have we of testimony? Ourselves for we have heard from the mouth of him.
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